Monthly Archives: November 2018

The Drive for Five Begins with a Bunny.

This is a kind of no-win situation for the Packers. As they return home from their grueling five-game post-bye stretch, they know the playoffs have begun on the first Sunday in December. And anything less than a double digit win … Continue reading

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Turn Out the Lights…

A couple of years ago, when the Pack founds themselves sitting at 4-6, I wrote an obituary for their season–prematurely as it turned out. Aaron Rodgers suggested the Pack could run the table and we all know how that turned … Continue reading

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Let’s Hope Vikes Don’t Party Like It’s 1998.

Here comes the fifth game in the five game stretch coming out of the Packers’ bye. A stretch where we knew the Pack needed to win two to stay in the thick of things. With opportunities lost in LA, New … Continue reading

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Will It Be Another Sleepless Night in Seattle?

Nothing like heading to your personal House of Horrors when you really need to win a game on the road. And on a short week. And in prime time. It’s a tough spot for a banged up Packer team that … Continue reading

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In (the other) Aaron We Trust.

Packer fans had waited a long time to watch their favorite team play a game at Lambeau; they’ve been waiting even longer to see Aaron Jones be featured in the offensive game plan. It was worth the wait. Jones demonstrated … Continue reading

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Packers Must Deliver In Their Only November Home Game.

The Packers come home for the only time in November at a crossroads. On the one hand, they had a chance to win their last two road games against Super Bowl caliber teams. On the other hand, they didn’t and … Continue reading

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Pack is Outcoached, Outplayed and Nearly Out of Time.

We should’ve seen it coming when Josh Jones was flagged for being offsides on the opening kickoff. This Packers’ road performance looked much like the first two (at Detroit and Washington), rather than last week’s effort in LA that gave … Continue reading

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Here Comes Rodgers vs. Brady II

It’s probably the game of the season in the NFL–or at least it was when the schedule came out (the upcoming Rams-Chiefs tilt in Mexico City have have surpassed it). Rodgers vs. Brady for just the second, and likely the … Continue reading

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