Monthly Archives: November 2017

The Three Bs Were Just a Little Too Much.

The Packers passed a major test in Pittsburgh Sunday night, showing resolve, grit and toughness in the face of adversity. But when the Steelers were able to move down the field in 17 seconds to kick the game winning field … Continue reading

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Packers Fresh Out of Kryptonite for Men of Steel

It’s come to this: the Packers are two touchdown underdogs for their prime time game in Pittsburgh Sunday night. Safe to say, they haven’t been 14 point dogs since the ’80s…or maybe the 70s. Unfortunately, if I were in Vegas … Continue reading

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This Doughnut Leaves a Glazed Look in our Eyes

Le’s start with the good stuff. As hoped, Brett Hundley picked up where he left off in the fourth quarter in Chicago, leading the Pack down the field on the opening drive to the Ravens 10 yard line. OK, let’s … Continue reading

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Lose a Third Straight at Lambeau? Nevermore.

For the second straight week, the Packers find themselves in must-win territory, facing a team rested and ready coming off a bye. At 4-5, the Baltimore Ravens have been an enigma this season, but they are usually ready after extra … Continue reading

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Home Sweet Home Away From Home

It turns out, as long as the Packers start a QB named Brett or Aaron, they can handle the Bears. Hundley was the first QB not named Favre or Rodgers to start against Chicago since 1991 and happily, the results … Continue reading

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Role Reversal: Bears Look Like Goliath in this Matchup

It’s come to this: the Packers are 5 1/2 points underdogs in Chicago on Sunday. The sad thing is, if I were in Vegas this weekend, I’d be tempted to lay the points. The Pack limps into the Windy City … Continue reading

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Blech.

Where even to start? I’m thinking defense, because that’s what has me most bothered after watching the debacle ¬†at Lambeau. There are no excuses for Dom Capers and his staff after this one. With a mostly healthy unit and 15 … Continue reading

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A Win On Monday Night? It Won’t Be a Snap.

Over the past quarter century or so, you could count on three things as a Packer fan: Lambeau Field would be packed every game, you could always find Gilbert Brown at the Burger King drive-thru and the Pack would beat … Continue reading

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