Monthly Archives: October 2017

Not Quite the Same Debut For This Brett.

It was one of those strange Packer Sundays, where fatherhood made my schedule a little goofy. At halftime, I had to take Jackson to Bloomington for a couple of basketball games. So after watching a spirited first half that featured … Continue reading

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Expect Saints to Bring the Heat on Hundley

And so begins the Packers’ new reality. Brett Hundley takes the reins for what could be the rest of the season and his first test is the suddenly competent Saints. There’s no question he will be more comfortable with a … Continue reading

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Why Sunday’s Game Is the Most Important Game of the Year

I realize that there’s a large portion of the Packers’ fan base that has given up on the season. But if you’re reading this, you’re either a fan who is interested to watch this team compete in the face of … Continue reading

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From Elation to Heartache in Seven Days

What a difference a week makes. Was it just a week ago that Aaron Rodgers was doing Aaron Rodgers things, carrying the Pack to a comeback win over the Cowboys? A Sunday later, we face a 2017 season with Rodgers … Continue reading

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Rodgers vs.Vikings D Is Worth the Price of Admission

OK, here we go. The Packers are in town for the first of two visits to US Bank Stadium this season, facing a Vikings team that’s talented, but not quite ready for prime time (as we witnessed on Monday night, … Continue reading

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A Triple A Thriller In Aaron’s House

It’s official. The house that Jerry built belongs to Aaron Rodgers. His final drive masterpiece broke the Cowboys’ hearts for the second time this calendar year, with help from the other Aaron and Adams. A triple A knockout to complete … Continue reading

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Can Pack Stun the Desperate ‘Boys Again?

No matter how many more Packer games I watch, last year’s final minute, 3rd and 20, Rodgers to Cook masterpiece will forever have a place on my Mount Rushmore of memorable Packers plays. The Cowboys players are still shaking their … Continue reading

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