Monthly Archives: December 2018

D Is For Doughnut.

I’ve decided to put as much effort into writing this blog as the Packers put in to playing on Sunda

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The Winds of Change Are Blowing in Titletown

There’s an air of finality heading into Sunday’s game against the Lions, and not just because, hello, it’s the final game of the season. A number of fixtures on the roster will likely be playing their final game as a … Continue reading

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Pack Gets A Win, But It’s Not So Special.

So I only got to watch the first half of the Packer game. I had to shuttle daughter Aly to the Maple Grove dome for some indoor softball. I listened to Wayne’s call of the second half in my car … Continue reading

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Of Course Rodgers is Playing. As He Should.

Only two of the 16 games on the Week 16 NFL schedule don’t feature at least one team still in the playoff hunt. Unfortunately, Packers-Jets is one of them, ¬†and that is why we’ll get that lower level Fox duo … Continue reading

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Turn Out the Lights…

If there is a silver lining to this dumpster fire of a season, maybe we won’t see and hear any more State Farm commercials featuring Aaron Rodgers in 2019. Maybe they’ll find a new pitchman/woman. Maybe that’s wishful thinking. Rodgers … Continue reading

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So Nice To Be Home for the Holidays

It was courteous of the NFL to allow the Pack to be home for the holidays. OK, not exactly home, but at their home away from home. When the Packers and Bears take the field for the 198th meeting in … Continue reading

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Bring On Da Bears.

We learned a little something about the Packers on Sunday. We’ll learn a lot more about them next Sunday. What we learned by watching their convincing win over the Falcons was that they weren’t quite ready to fold their tent … Continue reading

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An Early Head Coach Prediction and What We May See on Sunday

We know two things: 1) The Packers will not make a decision on their new head coach until after the season. 2)What happens in these last four games could have a major impact on what direction Mark Murphy takes. I … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Aaron.

I’m pretty sure Mark Murphy didn’t wake up Sunday morning expecting to fire Mike McCarthy before day’s end. But after witnessing the embarrassing, putrid performance by the Packers at Lambeau Field against one of the worst teams in the NFL, … Continue reading

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