8 year old Gabe White is one of the “managers” of the Rhinelander High School Freshman football team. He has Down’s Syndrome. If you’ve spent any time in the last few months wondering what is wrong with the world, just take a look. There is still a LOT that is right with the world. The Mosinee team gets in on it and makes this little boy’s day! Gabe’s brother is number 84 and is the first to congratulate Gabe after he makes the score. This took place after the game was over but the Rhinelander team asked little Gabe to score the “winning touchdown”. Take a look: Continue reading
Brett Favre has postponed this year’s meeting at Lambeau with Bart Starr and Aaron Rodgers because Bart Starr’s health is still in question and Brett doesn’t want to visit without him. This one small statement forced me to pause and consider two things:
1. How great it is to be a Packers fan
2. How great Packers fans are Continue reading
After a 1-2 start to the regular season, the Packers have finally hit their stride, trouncing a good Panthers team at home in Week 7. Aaron Rodgers was near unstoppable as the seven-year starter hit each of his primary targets for scores and improved his QB rating to 117.3 (second best in the NFL).
Part of the reason behind Aaron Rodgers’s MVP-quality day was outstanding protection up front. Rodgers played three quarters of football largely untouched, thanks to pro bowl-caliber play from the entire offensive line. The front five also created big holes for Eddie Lacy, who has enjoyed few big performances since the season’s start but has now upped his yards per carry to 4.0 on the season. Further, play calling from Mike McCarthy was balanced and hard to predict, which produced long drives on offense and good rest for the defense.
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