Monthly Archives: November 2015

Thanksgiving Night: Incompletions, Incomprehension and Indigestion

Sorry for the late post, everyone. It was a long, rainy drive back to Milwaukee after the game and I had family obligations on Friday morning. Finally have a chance now to sit down and reflect on what went down at … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Night at Lambeau: A Feast for the Eyes, Ears and Emotions

It’s that time of year when we reflect on all that we are thankful for. Hopefully we will be spending Thanksgiving Day with our loved ones and friends to renew annual traditions, eat, and watch football (not necessarily in that … Continue reading

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Pack D Throws a Sack Party at the Bank

After watching that one, I can’t get the “Welcome Back Kotter” theme song out of my head.  It was a day of welcome backs. From Eddie Lacy and James Jones on the offense, to the overall pass rush and dominance … Continue reading

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Vikings Smell Blood in the Water.

It’s been an uneasy week for Packer fans, who are treading in unchartered waters, suddenly questioning everything about their football team. Funny what a home loss to the Lions will do for your psyche. Clearly, the biggest issues this team … Continue reading

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A November to Un-Remember

Halloween wasn’t that long ago. On that night we passed out treats and perhaps imbibed on treats and looked forward to the matchup of unbeatens in Denver between the Pack and the Broncos. Nothing has been the same since–for either … Continue reading

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The Lions: Pack’s Perfect Panacea

The only way we’ll learn much about the Pack on Sunday is if they don’t dispatch with the lowly Lions early and decisively. Anything less than a laugher will cause the consternation to continue leading up to their road test … Continue reading

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Pack Shows No Fight (Except With Each Other)

Needless to say, I should have listened to Devil Siny. I turned off the TV at halftime and mostly did not watch the second half. That was by design: my 10 year old Dylan had a basketball championship game to … Continue reading

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Meet Devil Siny and Angel Siny

I feel like Pinto in Animal House right now, as I try to forecast what I expect to witness in Charlotte on Sunday. You know the scene: his date has passed out on his bed and he contemplates what to … Continue reading

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Debacle in Denver.

It’s been a long day. It’s late Sunday night; just got home from a fun, if disheartening night at the Park Tavern. There’s not much to say after that one. Right now, it feels like the most flat, uninspiring, one-sided … Continue reading

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