Monthly Archives: November 2016

That’s One Small Step for Pack, One Giant Leap…

It wasn’t quite as world changing as setting foot on the moon, but the Packers’ dominant 27-13 win in Philadelphia reminded us that that they do have enough healthy bodies to compete in a tough environment. Aaron Rodgers played flawlessly … Continue reading

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Its Season on the Brink, Can Pack Rise Up in Philly?

Want to know where the Packers find themselves right now? In a game they basically must win to keep their season alive, they are more than a field goal underdog against a .500 team. Oh, how the mighty have fallen. … Continue reading

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Obituary: 2016 Packers Fought Lengthy Illness

We are very sorry to announce the passing of the 2016 Packers, following a lengthy illness. The Packers were diagnosed with gastric indigestion while in Denver in the fall of 2015, following a severe punch to their solar plexus, and … Continue reading

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Can Pack Escape a Capitol Punishment?

It’s gut check time. Not in the usual sense. I’ll need to check what I eat throughout the day Sunday, to lessen the likelihood that I regurgitate it while watching the Pack play on Sunday night. OK, that’s a bit … Continue reading

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Packers Have Fallen and They Can’t Get Up.

Looking back, I can’t believe the Packers recovered the opening on side kick. From that point on, they delivered the most dismal, wretched, embarrassing performance I can remember watching since the ’80s. I don’t even know where to begin. I … Continue reading

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Packers Face Must Win Game in Nashville

The season’s second half kicks off with the Packers at a crossroads, losers of two straight and facing a three game road trip that will likely define where this season heads. At 4-4, the Packers head to Nashville, carrying the … Continue reading

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An Unacceptable Energy Shortage at Lambeau

OK, let’s start with the good news. It was a beautiful day. The punter played pretty well; so did Jake Ryan with a team high 12 tackles. ┬áThe Packers are still just a game out of first place. Gee, wasn’t … Continue reading

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No Luck Needed for Pack in Their Only November Home Game

With the Colts coming to town, before the team heads off on a ┬áthree game road trip, I thought I’d take a quick look at the Pack’s remaining nine games, split nicely into three groups. The Packers have three games … Continue reading

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