Green Bay Packers: Ugly Tears

Don’t cry ugly tears cause it’s over; smile cause it happened. Halftime Sunday, I changed my entire outfit, took both the Aaron Rodgers cutout and replica Lombardi Trophy out of the living room to mix it up. I don’t wear much make-up nor did I cry but for some reason the image of a woman, […]

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Packers Should Choose Lewis Over Graham in 2020

The Green Bay Packers are in the market for a tight end. Again. Now that the season is over, the team can potentially move on from both Jimmy Graham and Marcedes Lewis. Two NFL journeymen who can perhaps remain serviceable under the right circumstances. It probably comes as no surprise to Packers fans, but Lewis […]

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These Young Packers have seen the Pinnacle!

We’ve been down this road before. Seeing the dejected walk to the sidelines after another unsuccessful trip to the NFCCG. But, this season was supposed to be different, these Packers had built a perfect Cinderella story. A new first year head coach, a revamped defense with three big FA signings, a surging Special Teams, with […]

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The Weakest Bay in the NFL – Green Bay

Coming into the week, the Green Bay Packers were counted out by pretty much every single football analyst, announcer, reporter, and personality, fitting into what has been driving this team from a motivational perspective all year. And after Sunday night’s NFC Championship Game, it is fair to say that all of the naysayers and doubters […]

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Matt LaFleur: The Difference Maker

When Packers’ President Mark Murphy and GM Brian Gutekunst announced Matt LaFleur as the next coach of the team, most fans were disappointed. Packer fans wanted a big name prospect hired, thank goodness the Packers’ leadership knew better. No one expected LaFleur to do as well as he has for a rookie coach, making the […]

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