Green Bay Packers: Homecomings

This past week versus the Vikings was one of two regular season games of which I don’t have tickets. Having no tailgate prep work Saturday, I took a trip in the opposite direction to my hometown of Highland, Wisconsin.  Where for homecoming, at the last minute, we threw together a 20th class reunion. A graduating class […]

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Green Bay Packers Week Two: Beat Your Rivals – Not The Traffic

As time expired ending the first half of Sunday Night Football, my husband turned my way and asked me to check the internet for an update on Rodgers. “I’m not going on the internet right now,” I said. To my right sat two middle-aged Bears fans who had driven up from Chicago. It was their […]

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Handicapping the 2018 NFC North

Surveying the North: This is probably one of the earliest futures columns that has surfaced, but with the draft still, a month away, and the first wave of free agency completed, I wanted to take a look at how the NFC North is shaping up after almost four weeks into the new NFL calendar year. […]

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Reminder: Keep Lambeau Classy. Don’t Be Philly

The Minnesota Vikings were destroyed this past weekend in Philadelphia vs. the Eagles. This, along with the Patriots making their 76th Super Bowl appearance during the Brady/Belichick era, were the biggest takeaways from the weekend. Yet, as badly as the Vikings were destroyed, it can be argued they weren’t destroyed as badly as any semblance […]

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And Another One Bites the Dust

Here’s where we’re at in the last few days: Davante Adams: PAID Corey Linsley: PAID Dom Capers: Gone/Put to pasture/Fired Scott McCurley: Fired Mike Trgovac: Fired Edgar Bennett: Fired Alex Van Pelt: Fired Ted Thompson: reassigned a new position taking care of the roach problem   The theme song of the offseason so far has […]

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Steps to Decompress From a Lost Season

The 2010 championship season for the Green Bay Packers is another year behind us. Its sight disappeared in the proverbial rearview mirror years ago. The 2017 season was easily the biggest debacle of the past decade. That snap of Aaron Rodgers’s clavicle will have effects for years to come. The fundamental flaws of the organization […]

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Barr’s Hit on Rodgers puts Packers Season on Life Support

After a 23-10 loss in which the Packers gave a lackluster performance, the main headline is not the said lackluster performance.   The headline-grabbing story from the 23-10 loss, is the potentially season-ending injury suffered by Aaron Rodgers.  The injury was sustained on a late hit by Anthony Barr which occurred after Rodgers threw a pass […]

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