MNF!! Green Bay Packers vs Racine Tornadoes

Let’s step back in time to 1910’s-1927 and the early days of professional football, for a brief history lesson of what might have been. Racine, WI had a professional team called the Horlick-Racine Legion team, many of the players were from the Racine National Guard. When they weren’t performing military duties, they would play other […]

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Who’s running the Show! Packers Outlast Cowboys!

What a barn burner! This game between the Cowboys and the Packers was unnecessarily stressful. The Packers at one point led 24-0, and Packers fans had to be feeling pretty good, although 21 minutes remained. The Packers pushed the lead to 31-3 with approximately 16 minutes left in the contest. in the next 4 minutes […]

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The Packers vs the Pokes

This Sunday as you all well know by now, the Green Bay will play the Dallas Cowboy’s in Arlington, TX at AT&T Stadium. Aaron Rodgers has never lost a game at AT&T, having won all 3 contests including Super Bowl 45. The Packers are actually 4-0 at AT&T. In 2013, with Aaron Rodgers out with […]

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Several Keys to begin 2nd Quarter

The second quarter of the season brings some very interesting contests for the Green Bay Packers. Unlike former Packer’s Coach Mike McCarthy, Matt LaFleur looks at the next game on the schedule only. McCarthy liked to look at the season divided in quarters. For this discussion, I will use the quarter system to evaluate upcoming […]

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2018, Roughing the QB; 2019, Pass Interference; NFL Failures

Another season and another epic failure by the NFL Officiating to bring clarity to the game. In 2018, in response to Aaron Rodgers 2nd broken collarbone (2017 vs Vikings), the NFL decided to implement rules to better protect the quarterback. This new interpretation failed miserably, as perfectly sound QB sacks were then ruled roughing the […]

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