Monthly Archives: December 2019

A Holiday Break…

In case you haven’t heard, KFAN has decided not to air “Packer Preview” this Sunday, Week 17. I guess they just couldn’t handle an hour of discussion about the 2019 NFC North champs. To take full advantage of my weekend … Continue reading

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Kings of the North: How Sweep It Is!

Imagine if I told you the Packers would turn the ball over three times in the first half and Aaron Rodgers wouldn’t throw a touchdown pass all night. And then imagine that the Pack would win the game by two … Continue reading

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Suddenly, the #1 Seed Is Within Pack’s Grasp.

Well now. Maybe Border Battle #119 has a little more riding on it than we all thought it would. Arizona’s stunning beatdown of the Seahawks in Seattle has the Packers dreaming about the NFC’s top seed and the Vikings two … Continue reading

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Playoffs? Playoffs? Yes, Playoffs!

Let’s start with the important stuff. The Packers are back in the playoffs after a two year hiatus. Back in the post-season for the 20th time in 27 years of the Favre-Rodgers eras. They close the decade with a 17-4 … Continue reading

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Can Pack Send the Bears Into Hibernation?

It’s only fitting that meeting #200 between the NFL’s oldest rivals means this much. And it’s only fitting that it will be played at noon in December on a day when the temperature is not expected to get past the … Continue reading

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OK, Now It Get’s Interesting…

Throughout the Packer game on Sunday I found myself constantly flipping back and forth to the 49ers-Saints game, to watch what I considered to be the top two NFC teams battle it out. And after the Pack dispatched with Washington, … Continue reading

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Pack’s Return to Lambeau Should Be Festive.

Let’s just get this one out of the way, shall we? Beginning on Monday, we’ll be thinking about the final three games of the season, all division games, knowing that if they beat the Bears and Lions, they’ll be no … Continue reading

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Taking Care of Business.

The Packers checked most of the boxes in their 31-13 win over the Giants. Aaron Rodgers looked like Aaron Rodgers again. They converted more than 50% of their third down opportunities and were 3-3 in the red zone. The defense … Continue reading

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