Monthly Archives: November 2010

Discipline Departs: Pack Falls Short in Atlanta

A four game winning streak gives you reason to believe. It makes you believe that early season issues like penalties and special teams are a thing of the past. But it was costly mistakes in those areas–along with an Aaron … Continue reading

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Can Pack Fly High vs. Falcons?

The NFC North could come down to the final weekend at Lambeau against the Bears. That said, this week’s game is the most important one left on the schedule. This game will serve notice as to which team will head … Continue reading

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Things We Are Thankful For (Green & Gold Edition)

It’s the time of year when we reflect on what we have to be thankful for and gather with our families and friends for a wonderful meal, family traditions and football. So considering solely the latter, here is what The … Continue reading

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Dear Vikings Fans,

This one’s on you. It’s not on Brad Childress. It’s not on a bunch of overpaid Pro Bowlers. When the vast majority of you gleefully welcomed the gray haired texter into your arms last year, you were making a deal … Continue reading

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Packers Apply Nails Into Coffin that is Vikings Season

In 16 years of attending Packers-Vikings games at the Metrodome, it’s never felt sweeter than this. It’s never felt more satisfying than on this Sunday, when the Packers emphatically ended the Vikings’ season and most likely, the misguided Brett Favre … Continue reading

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Pack at Vikes: A Few Reasons to Worry, More Reasons to Relax

On paper, this one shouldn’t be close. But in this rivalry, it’s usually close, regardless of the records or state of the teams involved. This is meeting number 100 in this great rivalry and the Packers hold a slim 50-48-1 … Continue reading

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Could Sunday Be Brett’s Final Game?

Let’s forget for a moment that he’s making a million dollars a game. Let’s forget that his ironman streak is at least as important to him as winning one more Super Bowl than Trent Dilfer. Could Brett ride into the … Continue reading

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Here Are Your Top 10 Most Valuable Packers

OK, time to re-charge and get ready for the mythical second half of the season. For the moment, the Packers share first place in the North with the Bears at 6-3. Both teams have difficult schedules down the stretch, but … Continue reading

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Midseason Head Cheese Packer Awards

With the Packers on their bye week, the Head Cheese hands out his midseason awards: Bleu Cheese Award: I don’t like bleu cheese. Never have. And it stinks, just like injuries do. This season’s Bleu Cheese award goes to: Ryan … Continue reading

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In Cutting Harris, Packers Are Rolling the Dice

While dismantling Dallas on Sunday night, the Packers showed their strength at cornerback, with Woodson, Williams and Shields. For a second consecutive game, the trio shut down a passing attack and made big plays. Meanwhile, the clock was ticking for … Continue reading

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