Monthly Archives: September 2015

Just Another Night in Paradise in Mr. Rodgers’ Neighborhood

What, me worry? OK, if you read my preview blog or listened to me on the radio in the days leading up to the game, you know I was a little nervous about this one. No, I didn’t expect the … Continue reading

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Packers Rarely Provide a Masterpiece vs. KC

Monday night’s game is the scariest test left on the home schedule. Yes, I know the Cowboys (presumable healthy) will come to Lambeau in December and we still have all three divisional opponents, plus Philip Rivers and the stout Rams … Continue reading

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Defense Rises, Rodgers Roars and Packers Roll

Two weeks into the 2015 NFL season, the Packers have a three game lead on the Seahawks. How’s that sound. It sounds like this year’s rendition has reversed the trend of slow starts we’ve seen the last couple of seasons. … Continue reading

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A Fast Start Is Key as Pack Looks for a Dose of Payback

I may miss Carrie Underwood’s opening song on Sunday night. I don’t want to see one minute of NBC’s pregame show. Don’t want to relive last season’s NFC title game. Don’t need to watch the “highlights.” Not interested. I’ll turn … Continue reading

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More Ups Than Downs in Pack’s Win Over Da Bears

There was much to like about the Pack’s eight point season-opening victory over the Bears. There was also plenty to wring our hands and be concerned about. Virtually all of the latter revolves around the defense. First, the good stuff. … Continue reading

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A Super Season Hinges on a Speedy Start

There’s lots of optimism surrounding the ’15 Packers–they’re a popular Super Bowl pick by many of the national talking heads and it’s easy to understand why. But if the Pack is to remain a viable Super Bowl contender, they need … Continue reading

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My 53-Man Packer Roster…For Now.

OK, why not. I reserve the right to make some changes following the preseason finale. Injuries might alter things as well. But for now, here’s how I’d stack the Pack of cards heading into the 2015 season. Quarterback (3): Nothing … Continue reading

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