Monthly Archives: October 2015

Aaron vs. Peyton? More Likely Clay vs. DeMarcus

A funny thing happened on the way to this epic meeting of QB greats past and present: their team’s defenses have eclipsed them and have become the real storyline of this rare meeting of 6-0 teams Sunday night in Denver. … Continue reading

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Just When You Think You Know What’s Going On…

Sure, the NFL is unpredictable, but this was ridiculous. Behind a makeshift offensive line, the immobile Philip Rivers was supposed to struggle at Lambeau. And Eddie Lacy was supposed to carve up that 30th ranked run defense. The crestfallen Chargers … Continue reading

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Book It: Pack Will Handle Rivers, Gordon, Gates and Lambo at Lambeau

Dedicated readers of this blog know I’ve been a bit of a nervous Nellie the past few weeks, concerned about matchups, injuries, history, you name it. No more. I’m done. This week’s matchup looks, on paper, to be one of … Continue reading

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Rodgers Shows He’s Mortal; Defense Comes to the Rescue

On a day when Clark Kent couldn’t find his way to the phone booth, the Packers defense rose up once again and dominated an average offense, leading the team to its second 5-0 start in the last 50 years. All … Continue reading

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Points Will Be Hard To Come By On Sunday

First one to ten points wins? That’s not what we’re used to when Aaron Rodgers and company take the field at Lambeau, but the combination of injuries on offense along with the Rams’ ferocious defense, makes this look like a … Continue reading

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D Is For Domination

Maybe Old South Side guy will finally come around. It was a defensive effort that reminded me of the Jets trip on Halloween five years ago (a 9-0 shutout during the Super season); the Pack completely shut down Colin Kaepernick, … Continue reading

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Pack Has One More Debt to Collect to Complete Perfect First Quarter

When the 2015 schedule came out, we saw that the Pack had a chance, in the first quarter of the season, to pay off some debts, old and new. It started with our oldest and most hated rival at their … Continue reading

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