Rodgers Opt-Out Clause Demand No Cause For Concern

The drama around Aaron Rodgers contract extension negotiations has taken another twist. In reports over the weekend, Rodgers and his agent have asked for an opt-out clause to be included in the contract language. Give Rodgers and his agent credit, they could essentially ask for the moon from the Packers and get it because of […]

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It’s Cowboys Week

The Dallas Cowboys. Don’t you just get a queasy feeling in your stomach when you hear this? Dallas Cowboys. Dallas Cowboys. Dallas Cowboys. I feel like if I said that three times while locked in a pitch black bathroom, something horrible would happen. On that note, let’s take a look at some CLASSIC, and I […]

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Green Bay Packers Flashback Sunday: Strike Season Success

The 1982 NFL season will always be remembered as “The Strike Season.” A 57 day player’s strike reduced the 16 game season to a 9 game season, and turned the playoffs into a tournament style event. For the die hard football fan, having nearly half of the games eliminated was tough to stomach. Luckily for Packers fans, […]

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Aaron Rodgers, Brett Favre, Bart Starr, and PR

The spring and summer of 2013 should be renamed the Seasons of Favre. Over the past six months, the seemingly tumultuous relationship between the former quarterback and his former employer has gone from a Defcon 1 state of war to a Defcon 3. Not the huggy kissy relationship some would like the two sides to […]

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Green Bay Packers Flashback Sunday: So Close in ’78

If you were a Packer fan in the 1970’s, success was often difficult to find. Following the dynasty of the Lombardi teams of the 1960s, the Packers of the 1970’s were often the complete reverse of that. More familiar with losing than winning for most of the first half (save for one playoff season in 1972) the […]

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Green Bay Packers Flashback Sunday: If Only They Had a Defense

If only they had a defense. That is the puzzle that will sadly never be solved regarding the 1983 Green Bay Packers. By the end of the 1983 season, goo gobs of points would be scored, records would be shattered, and the team would finish a mediocre 8-8 and out of the playoffs despite scoring 429 […]

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