Monthly Archives: November 2014

Get Ready for Rodgers vs. Brady I

These are the Sundays we dream about. The calendar’s about to turn to December. A late afternoon, nationally televised showdown at Lambeau. Temperature around 30. Rodgers vs. Brady for the first time. The two hottest teams and current Super Bowl … Continue reading

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Pack Leaps to Division Lead, Led by Lacy’s Legs

Say what you want about the 2014 Packers, they are able to assume different identities depending on the situation facing them. In the two 50-point explosions, the passing game was on fire, as the Bears and Eagles defenses basically dared … Continue reading

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Can Pack Stay Hot? Take It to the Bank.

It’s Vikings week, where we in Minnesota always have a little extra at stake. In the 20 years I’ve lived here, I’ve taken many the hard climb up the steps from the lower section at the Metrodome, listening to the … Continue reading

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Peaking Too Early? Is It a Thing?

During his weekly radio appearance on Tuesday, Aaron Rodgers was asked if there was a danger of peaking too early. “I don’t even understand what that means,” he told ESPN Milwaukee. “We’re just playing well right now. I don’t believe … Continue reading

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Pack Continues to Fly Like an Eagle at Lambeau

It’s not supposed to be this easy. You’re not supposed to outscore your opponent 128-9 in the first half of your last four home games. Yes, 128-9. You’re not supposed to win the turnover battle 4-0. You’ not supposed to … Continue reading

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Can Pack Slow Eagles? Can Eagles Slow Pack?

There’s no dancing around it: this is the Pack’s most important game between now and week 17. A win against the Eagles will protect the Pack when it comes to playoff tiebreakers, providing a better record vs. NFC foes and … Continue reading

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Rodgers, Defense Send Bears Into Hibernation

In the five years I’ve been writing this blog I’m pretty sure I never started writing my game story in the third quarter of the game. But such was the laugher at Lambeau on this night, as the Pack came … Continue reading

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Health of Offense the Only Question Mark Heading Into This One

As the Pack kicks off the second half of the schedule Sunday night back at home against the hated Bears, we find them in a much different state than the last time they took the field. The prime timer in … Continue reading

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Why Am I a Packer Fan? My Dad, Of Course.

My dad passed away on Monday afternoon. If you’ve wondered why I haven’t been as prolific this season, it’s because my dad was diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer seven weeks ago and, well, you get it. He spent his final … Continue reading

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