This one gets me every time. You know the drill Packernation…spread around some greatness this Friday. ENJOY!
The Packers have the most loyal and longstanding fan-base in the NFL. We can prove it…just check out some of the pictures of some of the great Packers fans that we have corresponded with this year. Then, at the end of the post is a place for you to click the box that represents how long you have been a fan. The Seattle Seahawks can’t hold a candle to the Green Bay Packers! Our fans are the BEST!
Most of today’s news involves coaching staff additions (and yes, expect John Fox to interview with the Bears very soon), while Packernation revels in the confidence of a team with GM, head coach, and franchise quarterback locked up. At the same time, the Packers have a lot to prove on Championship Sunday. Can Aaron Rodgers hold up with his injured calf? Can the defense keep the Seahawks and their Russell Wilson-led offense at bay. Can Eddie Lacy stay in this whole game, and be as impactful as he can be? Can Jordy Nelson shake free for a catch on Sherman? These and more questions will be answered on Sunday. Continue reading
I, for one, was not happy with the way McCarthy called the game for the most part. He started out great with pounding the ball with Lacy/Starks and short passes so Rodgers could get the ball out fast and not have to scramble to take a chance of further injuring his calf. But after the first drive he did a 180 and tried forcing the ball down field. Going into halftime being down 14-10 was the first time since the first home game the Packers did not go into the locker room with a lead. After they came out McCarthy went back to what worked on the first drive and that’s when Rodgers started clicking again so why he got away from it for most of the first half just boggles my mind. I like McCarthy and think he is a great leader but at times I truly wonder about the way he calls a game. Continue reading