The Packers lost this past weekend versus New England.
Am I the only one who felt the veteran duo of Brady and Belichick needed a turnover plus the kitchen sink to win?
Quite the chess match, I’m proud of the Packer’s next man up mentality.
With four losses at this point in the season, I refuse to think the Packers are circling the drain but can’t say I was looking forward to work Monday morning.
“Soooooooooooooo, Packers got beat by Thomas Edward Patrick Brady, Jr. yesterday” I heard bright and early from a co-worker to start the week. Bears fans…..
Around the water cooler folks seemed to agree, Mike McCarthy won’t be the Packers head coach next year, the Patriots game was closer than the final score, this season feels like the Packers are rebuilding but they shouldn’t be, and that was not roughing the kicker.
Lastly, no one is too comfortable in the NFC North.
The 1972 Miami Dolphins veteran players should be the only part of the Dolphins franchise remaining well rested approaching week ten versus the Packers at Lambeau.
On Veteran’s Day 2018 the Packers will host Miami.
A gold season ticket holder’s game, I don’t have tickets, bummer.
Also a bummer, I was unable to find on the interweb any information on a planned flyover before kickoff. The forecast at this point shows cloudy and high thirties. If you are heading to the game, dress warmly.
Wear blaze orange or camouflage to fit right in at Lambeau in November.
Get there early and tailgate with a bloody mary. Walk Armed Forces Drive to the stadium.
Spend a couple of bucks on a poppy from a Veteran to remember those who have served, and say thank you.
And if you’re fortunate enough to bump into a man, about your Dad’s age, wearing his full original Marine dress uniform, taking donations for Veterans, spend a couple more. Amazing.
A 13x World Champion vibe always I love the energy Antonio Morrison brought to each snap he participated in on November 4, 2018, versus New England. In this game, Morrison recorded his first career sack, of whom else but Thomas Edward Patrick Brady, Jr. Next man up.
Thank You Veterans #salutetoservice