Monthly Archives: September 2017

A Stormy Night On the Field and Off

By the time the second half rolled around Thursday night, I found myself locked in after each play, just to see who was still lying on the ground. It’s been one of those seasons so far, but the Pack is … Continue reading

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Packers Take a Page from Al Davis and ‘Just Win Baby.’

We’ll take it. On a day when the defense got torched early and the offense struggled to find a rhythm throughout, somehow the Pack found a way to pull out a gritty win over the desperate Bengals and avoid a … Continue reading

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Bengals Are Dangerous, But Ultimately Harmless

With their tails planted squarely between their legs, the Packers return home for a two-games-in-five-days stretch where we hope they will take care of business against two winless teams and get healthy for the tough two game trip that will … Continue reading

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U-G-L-Y. But Maybe Pack Has an Alibi.

When it was announced that the Packers would be without both starting tackles for their showdown with the Falcons, I had one overriding thought: let’s just get Rodgers through the game in one piece. Heading into the season, offensive line … Continue reading

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Can Pack Tackle Their Demons in Atlanta?

Just like a year ago, the Pack opens its road schedule in a shiny, brand new stadium. This time around, it’s the $1.5 billion Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta, where the Falcons will play a home game under stars for the … Continue reading

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Defense Steals the Show in Pack’s Opener

As Packer fans, there are few things more satisfying than a win over the Seahawks. Now, it is exponentially more gratifying if it comes in January, but the Pack’s season opening 17-9 over Seattle guarantees that these teams finish with … Continue reading

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A Preview of the NFC Title Game?

Finally. The 2017 season is finally here and the Pack gets its most heated non-NFC North rival and fellow favorite to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. Is it Sunday yet? There are enough storylines to fill Lambeau Field: … Continue reading

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