2015 Game Review

R&R Packers/Chiefs

  2 years ago     220 Views     5 Comments  

Raves How many #GoPackGo can I get on the FB fan page for this win? This was a game everyone was thinking could be a sleeper but this team will not be denied at Lambeau. I predicted a blowout and if Capers would have stayed with his pressure defense it very well could have been but I will get to that in the rant section! (more…)

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Hot Read: Waited…And Saw

  2 years ago     94 Views     1 Comment  

The Packers' 38-28 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs proved something to me. We all know that Aaron Rodgers is the best in the business. We all know that the Packers' receiver corps...even banged up...is still better than many in this game. But if you were like me, you wanted to see how the defense would perform, particularly against another great running back in Jamaal Charles. The Packers had allowed Matt Forte to run up 141 yards and a long of 23, then against the Seahawks, they turned it around, holding Marshawn Lynch to just 41 yards. So I was…

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Hot Read: Around the Division

  2 years ago     88 Views     1 Comment  

The Packers look to go 3-0 and that would bode well for the lofty goals of the team. In 1996, the Packers went 3-0 and finished the season 13-3 and the Brett Favre-led Packers won the Super Bowl for the first time since the Lombardi era. There is no question what is on the Packers' bucket list this year and going 3-0 against a very good Kansas City team would bode well. But a win tonight would also bode well for the Packers' shorter term goal of winning the division. With a win, the Packers will stay a full game…

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Week 2 Takeaways

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It’s far too early to talk about the NFL playoffs -- but one can be sure that home field advantage was top of mind for the Packers as they lined up against the same Seahawks team that spoiled their Super Bowl chances in Seattle this past January. Playing with much more discipline and focus than in Week 1, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers overcame key in-game injuries to defeat the Seahawks for the first time in six seasons – helping ensure that the road to Super Bowl 50 goes through Green Bay. Twenty-seven points on offense was about the best…

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