Why Aaron Rodgers Is Broken

Editor’s note: this article was written by guest author Elisha Twerski. You can follow him on Twitter at @ETwPhoneHome   Aaron Rodgers is….umm…struggling, to say the least. You’ve probably heard some asinine theories to explain his performance: He’s jealous of his brother winning the Bachelorette, his numbers have been down since deflategate (thanks, Tom Brady), […]

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Takeaways From the Packers Debacle in Denver

What the hell was that? That is the most common question being asked by Packers fans after the 29-10 ass beating handed to them by the Denver Broncos. The score doesn’t indicate just how piss poor the Packers played. It was an all around embarrassing performance by the supposed best team in the NFC. When […]

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A Father-Son Bond Created By Brett Favre

Anyone who knows me knows my all time favorite football player is Brett Favre. I’ve never tried to hide it. You may even say I am obnoxious in letting the world know this. Favre was, is, and always will be at the top of my list. What most people do not know is the reason […]

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This Packers Loss Hurts

When I sat down in front of the computer, I had a pretty good idea what I was going to write about. I wanted to try and sift through the reasons why the Packers lost the NFC Championship Game 28-22 to the Seahawks in overtime. Goodness knows there are plenty of reasons why the Packers […]

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Some People Can Just Never Win

Some people can just never win. No matter what they do, their actions will be analyzed. Over and over. Trying to find some deeper meaning to what is said, how it was said, why was it said, why wasn’t it said. And so on. And so on. And so on. One person who will never […]

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Game Predictions: Packers at Saints

C.D. Angeli (@TundraVision): The prevailing wisdom seems to predicts some sort of wild and wolly shootout in the Superdome. Many are predicting a big Packer offensive score to outmatch Drew Brees and Co. While I predict a Packer victory, I have a hard time believing that the Packers can put together two massive offensive outputs […]

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