Emotion is one of those intangibles that make predicting the outcome of a game very difficult. All the stats can point to one team dominating a game and emotion can be the tipping point that changes that outcome.
Yesterday, I wrote about how there is a lot of football still to play this year and that is true. However, I don’t want to belittle the importance of the Packers getting back on track…and fast. The Packers’ loss to
After a “humbling” loss at the hands of the Broncos, the Packers hope to rebound against another unbeaten. The good news is that the loss to the Broncos was an AFC loss…this game against the Panthers is a game that
Charles Woodson still has it. He’s leading the league in INTs. I’m sure happy for him. I hated to see him go. But… Something’s not quite right with this picture. (Or, maybe it’s very right.) 🙂
Without exception, the predictions I heard for this game against the Broncos all had Green Bay winning the game. Many predictions were closer than others, but all had Green Bay winning this game out right. So what went wrong?
McCarthy said it best, the Packers just got their (Butt’s) kicked. I had this game down as their first loss when the schedule came out but going into the game last night I figured the way the defense had been
Friday’s predictions…will they come true? What is your prediction for tonight’s game? Here are my thoughts for the game along with JR’s prediction video. Enjoy and let us know what your prediction is in the comments below or back on
In this week’s edition of the Weekend Update… Refreshed from the bye week Clash of the undefeateds Return of Davante Adams? And more…
Eddie Lacy was asked if he was doing anything different to prepare for the altitude of Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium (just rolls off the tongue, don’t it). Earlier in the week, Mike McCarthy was asked the same
Packers’ head coach Mike McCarthy addressed the press today before what could prove to be one of the toughest challenges the Packers will face this season…the Denver Broncos at Mile High Stadium. Both teams are coming off bye weeks and