Monthly Archives: September 2020

I Found My Thrill on Taysom Hill.

For all you holdouts, can we finally put the Taysom Hill angst in the rearview mirror? Can we all finally move on? After sparring with caller Craig from Brown Deer on “Packer Preview” on Sunday, I tried to implore everybody … Continue reading

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All Good Things Must Come To An End.

OK, there are two ways to read that headline. On one hand, the Packers are off to a near perfect start, with an offense that’s in midseason form and a defense that seems to right itself after giving up points … Continue reading

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Lions and Vikings and Points, Oh My.

Do the Packers really have to leave their NFC North cocoon? It’s so, warm and comfy in here. Yards and points come in waves. By 2pm we can choose between a nap or doing some yard work, comfortable with the … Continue reading

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Here Come the Angry, Embarrassed, Banged-Up Lions

It’s Week 2, which means it’s time to talk about injuries. We wondered if we’d see a rash of muscle-related injuries early in the season–in light of the fact that there was no preseason to truly prepare the players for … Continue reading

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Rodgers to the World: You Can’t Hurry Love

Well that was fun. Gotta say, it might have been the most enjoyable day of 2020 so far. Who am I kidding? It was, by far, the most enjoyable day of 2020. Granted, it doesn’t have a lot of competition. … Continue reading

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Timing Is Right for Pack to Make an Early Statement

So, here we go…the strangest year we’ve ever lived through now brings us what will no doubt be the oddest NFL season, with fans in some stadiums but not others and the looming COVID threat always there to upend everything. … Continue reading

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How Does the Pack Look? Who the @#&% Knows?

The 2020 opener is just days away and never have we known less about what this team is shaping up to look like than this year. The combination of the pandemic wiping out the preseason and the Pack’s mandate that … Continue reading

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