Monthly Archives: October 2020

You Can Cut the Tension With a Knife.

It’s kind of amazing to consider the two disparate directions the Packers and Vikings have taken in the last eight weeks. Entering the season, they were both considered division favorites. Many believed the Vikings would take the division, with the … Continue reading

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Houston, We Don’t Have a Problem.

If you listened to me on the radio leading up to this game, you know I was a bit nervous. The combination of last week’s performance, coupled with the lengthy injury report had me worried that it might take some … Continue reading

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Banged-Up Pack Will Have Their Hands Full in Houston.

As I sit down to write this on Friday afternoon, there is reason to believe the following Packers will miss the Texans game: David Bakhtiari, Aaron Jones, Kevin King, Darnell Savage, Robert Tonyan and Preston Smith. Already ruled out are … Continue reading

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Yikes.

I’ll say one thing about Matt LaFleur. When his teams lose, they lose. Four of his five losses as Packers coach have been of the blowout variety. I have no idea how to explain this, but I think I’m ready … Continue reading

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Time To Tackle a Tricky Test in Tampa.

We’ve been waiting for this one since Tom Brady ditched Bill Belichick and took his talents to Tampa. The long awaited Rodgers vs. Brady matchup would happen in 2020, as long as there was a season. Well, so far so … Continue reading

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Weapons? We Don’t Need No Stinking Weapons.

You listen to him in post-game press conferences and in interviews and he sounds and looks nothing like the prototypical NFL head coach. He seems too young, too unassuming, too fresh-faced. Admit it, when Matt LaFleur was hired and introduced … Continue reading

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Unbeaten Pack Face Eerie Parallels to Week 4 Last Season.

Feeling a sense of deja vu as the unbeaten Pack gets set for their Monday night game against the Falcons. Last year the Pack also entered Week 4 at 3-0 and welcomed an NFC opponent to Lambeau in prime time. … Continue reading

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