The first in a series that chronicles the championships of the mighty team from the tiny town of Green Bay, Wisconsin. In 1919, in the tiny town of Green Bay, Wisconsin, a football team was born. Ten years later this
Before I get too far into this post, I have to give credit where credit is due. Matt Flynn stepped into a very difficult situation and has performed well enough to have the Packers in position where they can make
So close, and yet so far. However, the Packers are not out of the playoff race.
An amazing comeback and the Packers are still in the hunt for a playoff spot. Who gets the Ring in this game and who gets the Finger? Which stats were key to the Packers comeback victory? Find out in this
A win is a win and the Rodgers-less Packers have pulled out another one finally. More importantly, the Lions lost this week which keeps our playoff hopes alive. Who gets the Ring and the Finger for this game? What key
The Packers decided to give their fans a little reminder of what the 70s and the 80s were like for the team when they faced the Lions. Who gets the Finger in this game? Who (if anyone) gets a Ring?
A late effort by Matt Flynn was enough to close the gap and force an overtime, but not enough to pull off the win. Who gets the Ring and the Finger this week and what were the key stats? Join
Three interceptions were too much for the Packers offense to overcome in this loss to the Giants. Who gets the Ring and who gets the Finger? What other key stats contributed to this loss? Find out on this episode of
Moving quickly from our #2 quarterback to our #3 quarterback, a very winnable game for the Packers became a nightmare. Even with Tolzien at the helm, we had every opportunity to win this game and just didn’t pull it off.
By now you’ve heard that Aaron Rodgers will be out for 4 to 6 weeks with a broken collarbone. That means at the earliest he would be back for the Atlanta Falcons game and he’s more likely to be back