Monthly Archives: October 2019

Appreciating the Aarons.

Sorry for being a couple of days late with this. I’ve been up north at meetings with a client for couple of long days and even longer nights, but I’m back and since we’re on to LA, I’ll make this … Continue reading

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Pack Couldn’t Ask For a Better Scenario at Arrowhead.

So what’s going against the Pack as they get set to play their fourth prime time game as the season reaches the midway point? No Davante Adams for a fifth week, possibly no Darnell Savage and Corey Linsley, both are … Continue reading

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A Perfect Day in Mr. Rodgers’ Neighborhood

We Packer fans in the Twin Cities get assaulted by Vikings fans week after week, year after year, with the fact that the Packers have just two Super Bowl titles to show for a quarter century of Hall of Fame … Continue reading

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Pack Will Grab Their Sixth Win; Knock on Wood if You’re With Me.

Through the first six weeks of the season, the Packers have faced four tough NFC opponents, going a perfect 3-0 within the division and splitting against the top two teams in the NFC East. They’ve dispatched with the bottom feeder … Continue reading

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I’ve Always Liked Zebras.

You know, everything is so different when you go to the game. You don’t see replays. You don’t hear the commentary. You just watch the game and experience the thrill of victory or the agony of defeat. I left Lambeau … Continue reading

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Lions Appear Ready For Their Only Prime Time Closeup

The Pack get set to play under the lights for the third time in their first six games, with a couple more to come, in Kansas City in a couple of weeks and in Minnesota in Week 16. For Detroit, … Continue reading

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How ‘Bout Them Cowboys!!

There was so much to like about the Packers’ 34-24 beatdown of the Cowboys in the house that Jerry built on Sunday. The two biggest takeaways for me: the resurgence of Aaron Jones and the confidence, swagger and physicality of … Continue reading

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Jerry Built it, But Aaron Owns It.

After three luxurious weeks playing at home, the Packers hit the road for one of the toughest games on the 2019 schedule, but there’s reason for hope that the team is catching the Cowboys at a good time. On paper, … Continue reading

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