Monthly Archives: December 2020

Any Questions?

This was the night we would learn whether the Packers truly were Super Bowl contenders. This was the night we would learn whether the Pack’s defense could play big boy football and slow down the best running back in the … Continue reading

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Oh, Henry!

What an interesting matchup we have on tap Sunday night. A true barometer game against a playoff team whose strength is the Packers’ biggest perceived weakness. On top of that, we’ll find out about an hour before kickoff whether the … Continue reading

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Here Kitty, Kitty…

Here comes the first of two straight prime time games at Lambeau Field, with the Packers focused on taking care of business and hanging on to the top seed in the NFC. Obviously, on paper, this one looks like the … Continue reading

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Kings of the North Once Again, with Bigger Goals Within Reach.

At halftime on Sunday, with the score tied at 14, I thought about how I expected the third quarter to unfold. What surprised me most about the first half was the Pack’s inability to get the running game going. I … Continue reading

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Fourth Quarter Opens with a Familiar Test.

The Pack embarks on the final quarter of the season, which includes two prime time home games, sandwiched between two road division games. For my money, this is the trickiest game left on the schedule, in part due to the … Continue reading

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Pack’s Big Three Puts On a Show.

When you have the NFL’s best QB-RB-WR combo, you can keep some warts hidden, like shoddy return coverage and the propensity to give up big plays (what is it about fourth and forever plays against the Eagles?). And when those … Continue reading

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The Eagles Have (Crash) Landed.

I remember walking out of Lambeau following a loss to the Eagles on a Thursday night last season, replaying Aaron Rodgers’ last minute red zone interception, and thinking, well at least they lost to a good football team. How times … Continue reading

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