Brett Favre sat down with Steve Mariucci on the morning that Peyton Manning goes out on the field with a realistic chance of breaking the career touchdown record. No Packers fan will forget the day that Favre broke the record, with an in route to Greg Jennings, a “Monumental milestone in a legendary career.”
But few records stand the test of time and when Peyton breaks Favre’s record…it will be temporary bliss and one day, Manning will have to watch someone surpass him. But there are is one thing I love about Brett Favre’s career in touchdowns. Continue reading
The Panthers, whose defense was a league-leader last season, has not been great up front, exposing their weakness in the backfield in 2014. The Packers and in particular Aaron Rodgers, took advantage of that today. Rodgers and the Pack racked up 172 first quarter yards to the Panthers 5. Aaron took apart the Panthers defense with a passer rating of over 150 for the third time in his career. This game was over before the half and though they were ineffective, it was good to see a lot of second stringers get on the field. Continue reading
Aaron Rodgers doesn’t top the stats sheet across the board, but, where it matters, nobody is better.
Well, the Carolina Panthers are coming to Lambeau. They will be as welcome there as Percy Harvin is in Seattle, as welcome as LenDale White at a USC football game, as welcome as…Percy Harvin is in Minnesota….you get the point.
But the Packers have to watch this as it is a classic trap game. No one yet can figure out why the Panthers’ defense has no played like it did last year, Cam Newton is a danger to our defense with both his arm and his leg, and the Packers’ emotional victory last week sets them up for a possible let down in front of the home crowd. But if the Packers can do 3 things (the first of which is apparently brought to you by shamelessalliteration.com), they can get another important victory. Continue reading