Monthly Archives: October 2018

Thoughts on the Pack’s Moves as the Trade Deadline Dust Settles

This is now clearly Gutey’s team. The march continues to move on from many of Ted Thompson’s marginal draft picks, but this narrative that the Packers were sellers on Tuesday is flawed, in my opinion. As Brian Gutekunst met the … Continue reading

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A Season Defining Win Slips Through the Packers’ Hands.

It took until Halloween weekend, but the Packers finally showed us the team we thought they could be on Sunday, serving up treats all afternoon, only to be done in by a trick at the hands of their special teams. … Continue reading

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The Rams Will Score at Will; Can the Pack Keep Up?

So here we go. Aaron Rodgers said this week he has never seen a stretch like this. It stood out as soon as the schedules were released in April. Four out of five on the road, three in prime time, … Continue reading

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Just Another Yawner at Lambeau.

This game had just about everything: redemption for Mason Crosby, late game artistry from Aaron Rodgers and atrocious defense (until the final three drives). Much like the opener, I sat at my seat at Lambeau with the Pack trailing in … Continue reading

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With Bye Looming, Pack Has a Chance to Get Their House in Order.

So here come the largely luckless 49ers, ravaged by injuries, in what appears to be the easiest game left on the Pack’s schedule. If the Packers don’t bounce back in a big way from the debacle in Detroit, it will … Continue reading

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Where’s Marvin Gaye When You Need Him?

It’s fitting that the Packers were in Motown on Sunday, as Marvin Gaye’s classic, “What’s Going On” would serve as the soundtrack of the game for the Pack and its fans. From the gaffe on the Lions’ first punt that … Continue reading

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Can Pack’s Defense Provide an Encore to Last Week’s Virtuoso Performance?

The Packers head to Detroit for their first divisional road test of the season and it’s a game with unusually high repercussions for their postseason aspirations. On the surface, you’d say that the home team is under more pressure to … Continue reading

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Defense Is Sack-Happy; Aaron Is Unhappy.

It was precisely the 60 minutes of football we had hoped to see. An afternoon where we could put our feet up early, comfortable that the Packers had this game in control. After watching the defense dominate young Josh Allen … Continue reading

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