Guess Who Is In “Pitch Perfect 2″

The official trailer for “Pitch Perfect 2″ came out and of all things…Clay Matthews and the Packers Clay Matthews Training CampO-line are in it! Please be advised…if you watch the trailer to the end, there is some inuendo…viewer discretion and all.

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Breaking Down Week 12 vs. the Vikings

min-vikings-revolutionRecent visits to Minneapolis have been all about trying to contain Vikings running back Adrian Peterson. And if Peterson was actually active this week, one could be sure that he would be the center of Dom Capers and the 29th-ranked run defense’s game plan. But with Peterson still suspended, the Packers face a considerably weaker Vikings offense, led by rookies Teddy Bridgewater and Jerick McKinnon.

While the Vikings are missing Peterson, the Packer defense gets a slightly tougher test than their October meeting with Minnesota, where they sacked Christian Ponder six times and picked him off twice. But like Ponder, Bridgewater is more than capable of turning the ball over, having thrown six interceptions in his last five starts. Meanwhile, the Green Bay defense has collected four interceptions since the bye week while consistently forcing bad throws from opposing QBs.

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What Do You Do? You Do Your JOB!

This week there has been a lot of talk about taking the Vikings seriously and what a Vikings upset real12thmanwould do to the playoff picture. Let me set the record straight. The Packers go to Minnesota to do their job. And their job is to WIN, Period. No excuses, no hiccups, no asterisks. What do you do when you play a team that for all intents and purposes should beat? You do your job!

The Packers have the Vikings out manned, out gunned and outmatched in this one. There will be NO excuses, their will be no mercy, there will be no pride or moral victories in this matchup when the dust clears. This is a team that does not belong on the same field as our Packers but if they dare take the field against us, we must do our job.  Continue reading

Three Keys Against the Vikings

Even Chicago can beat the Vikings…

The Packers travel to Minnesota in what seems to be the perfect game to have after the Eagles min-vikings-revolutionand before the Patriots. With Minnesota playing outdoors this year while their new stadium construction continues, and the fact that so many in Minnesota are Packers fans, this game will be as close to a “home away from home” game as the Packers could hope for.

The Vikings had won two in a row and Bridgewater was looking for his third 4th quarter comeback when he threw the pick that effectively ended the game. While the Packers cannot afford to overlook anyone, this game sets up well for a team that has a lot of reasons to expect a win. Continue reading

What We Learned Against the Eagles

eagles-packers-footballThe Packers’ dismantling of Chicago in Week 10 may have been their most impressive victory of the season but the blowout of Philadelphia in Week 11 was most certainly the most impressive versus a quality team. With the win, the Packers now own an important tie-breaker over the Eagles in the NFC playoff race, which figures to see at least one good team eliminated from the postseason at the end of December.

The offense stole the spotlight against the Eagles as Aaron Rodgers tossed three more touchdowns on 341 passing yards. However, the defense and special teams contributed 21 of the 53 total points, with touchdowns scored on an interception, fumble and punt return. For Julius Peppers and Casey Hayward, these touchdowns were their second on the season – simply outstanding for two players who aren’t every-down starters.

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Post-Game Rants and Raves

Okay coach sign me up I am on board now with this defense being the real deal. They held Chip 2014 PackersKelly’s high powered no huddle offense to 2 field goals until there were two minutes left in the third quarter when they finally found the end zone, By that time though Aaron Rodgers and the offense had pretty much locked up the game with a 53-20 win plucking the Eagles. The defense held McCoy to 88 yds. and Sproles to 21. The only thing the Eagles can sink their talons into about this game was Jordan Matthews had 5 receptions for 107 yds. but other than that the Packers defense owned them for sixty minutes.

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FOX Responds to Upset Viewers

FOX news sent a message to’s Facebook page today. Take a look and see foxwhat you think. Here is the message in its entirety:

Dear Viewer:

Thanks for your note regarding the “flex” FOX Sports employed during the NFL game you were watching. Obviously, you would have preferred us to stay with the game you were watching.

Making the call on a flex is always challenging, but our feeling is that most viewers in neutral areas of the country would prefer to be switched to a more competitive game rather than see the conclusion of a game that has become lopsided.

We understand that not everyone is going to be happy when we make such a call, especially if you’re a fan of one of the two teams playing. However, our experience tells us that a greater number of people would prefer seeing the conclusion of a contest where the outcome is still uncertain.

We appreciate your point of view and will consider it in the future.

Best regards,

FOX Sports Customer Service Team

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Breaking Down Week 11 vs. the Eagles

P_144_SM_EaglesHelmet_md[1]Coming off of one of their most impressive wins of the season, the Packers host Eagles in a game with big-time playoff implications. Having only beaten one team with a record over .500 this season, we can be sure that Mike McCarthy and the Packers are eager to strengthen their resume at home versus one of the NFC’s most talented teams on paper.

The notable absence in Sunday’s NFC showdown is Eagles quarterback Nick Foles, who shredded the Green Bay defense at Lambeau last November. Instead of Foles, the Packers get Mark Sanchez, who has been surprisingly effective under Chip Kelly in two games as starter. The Packers’ limited exposure to Sanchez is a shutout win in the Meadowlands during their 2010 Super Bowl season, which featured a considerably different set of Packers defensive personnel.

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