In this episode of the “Out of Breath, Arm-sore Packer Minute”: 1. The Packers back on top 2. The offense still with a lot of work to do 3. I get chased off the road by a car 🙂
With the beyond the last second win over the Lions, the Packers closed out a difficult Sunday-Thursday-Thursday run. Today they will be no doubt paying attention to the way the rest of the week 13 matchups. First and foremost on
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In a game the Packers never led for one single tick of the clock, they came away with a victory in one… single… un-timed play. The Packers had been on the wrong side of the “that’s why we play the game” cliche since
Wow! What a come back and a much needed win! Rants The reality of this game is that the Lions out played the Pack and, for most of the game with the exception of a few plays, the offense played
I just think this sums it up… the Packers needed a victory, and Richard Rodgers snatched that victory from the sky and when the dust cleared was lying on the field of battle victorious.
Mike McCarthy made it very clear that the Packers’ Sunday-Thursday-Thursday schedule is one that he can’t wait to get past. If the Packers can get a win at Ford Field, they will be able to exit that stretch and take
Doing the little things…sometimes that is the difference between success and failure. Packers are close, will they get it done against the Lions?
The media tried to stir up another rumor about a “players only” meeting. McCarthy said he knew nothing about any such meeting in his news conference and Rodgers later confirmed there was no meeting but my question would be, “Why
In my mind one of the key characteristics of a true fan is whether you stick with your team through thick and thin. That’s not to say that you don’t get angry or frustrated about bad situations. Frustration over poor