Monthly Archives: October 2016

You’ll Hear No Outrage from the Head Cheese Following This Loss.

I find it hard to get too down on the Pack for their last minute loss in Atlanta. For about 58 minutes, they made enough plays on both sides of the ball to beat a talented team, desperate to break … Continue reading

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Angry Birds Will Likely Fly Past Pack

Let’s take a look at the next five weeks. After an extended homestead, the Pack heads to Atlanta to begin a stretch of four road games over the next five weeks. What record do you hope the Packers can achieve … Continue reading

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Air Aaron Sends Bears Back to their Cubby-Hole

It was just one night. But it was fun to watch, interesting and different. Faced with no proven, trusted running backs, Mike McCarthy aired it out and Rodgers and his receivers delivered. But it begs the question: is that type … Continue reading

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Are You Ready For Pack’s Encore?

Think of the Packers as that rock band that is coming off a flat performance. The lead singer was off-key and the band just couldn’t find their rhythm (I’m aware that Vikings fans would prefer to look at them as … Continue reading

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Where Does the Pack Go From Here?

I’m going to make it brief. After a performance like we saw on Sunday, the Pack’s season can go in one of two directions. It can be a wake-up call or it can be a knockout punch. With four road … Continue reading

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Irresistible Force: Meet Immovable Object

Through the NFL’s first five weeks, there have been some surprising starts–predominantly in the NFC. The Vikings, Falcons and Cowboys have all emerged as early conference powers. And the Pack will have faced all three before Halloween. The second of … Continue reading

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No Need to Worry that Pack is Peaking Too Early.

I’m not quite sure what to make of the Pack’s 23-16 win over the Giants. Let’s start with the good: the Pack’s opening drive was textbook, taking more than eight minutes off the clock, a 16 play drive that mixed … Continue reading

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Beware the Humbled Giants

We all saw the Giants’ miserable excuse for a performance at US Bank Stadium on Monday night. You can credit the Vikings for some of that, but much of their problems were of their own making. Their passing attack consisted … Continue reading

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