Week 11 Blacked Out For Western WI / Twin Cities Region

This week’s game vs. the Buccaneers is going to be unavailable to a lot of western WI and Twin Cities Packer fans due to the Vikings having a home game at the same time.

If you live in this area and you don’t own the NFL Sunday Ticket, you’ll just have to head to a bar or watch via Slingbox or on NFL Rewind a few days later.

See all of the 2011 Western WI / Twin Cities Packer Game Blackouts.

Kevin

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  • Rick

    Well wishes and prayers to Oklahoma State and the families of those lost.

  • http://jlworden1@suddenlink.net LarryAz

    Chuckle of the week?
    “Albert Haynesworth made his presence felt in his BUC debut after being cast off by the PATs. On Sunday he might be the key to TB derailing GBs perfect season.”
    Bucky Brooks NFL.com, Analyst
    Well, TB lost that game, at home, 37-9 to the HOU club that racked up 420 yds of which 242 were passing. Stats over-all were low for that score because HOU scored on drives of 1, 14, 3, 7, 7, and 4 so I guess you could say TB controlled the clock. HOU does not even have their best WR.
    BTW, AH had 4 tackles and 1 assist with no sacks. Some debut!

    • I Luv Brats

      Bucky Brooks is the biggest idiotic moron I have ever seen

  • CWO 3

    Ditto

  • Larry

    Back to the draft topic…at 32 there are probably 6 or 7 people that are so closely graded that anyone of them could be BPA or called BPA. If TT is looking out 2 to 3 years, on O maybe you go RB to add depth, Center to groom a replacement for Wells or another O lineman as Cliftons’ time has come.

    The D has needs at each level, using 30 as the age where a replacement starts being groomed. I’ll be interested to see if Woodson gets a chance at safety.

  • iccyfan

    I just flipped thru the aTm demolition of Kansas and the announcers were discussing Ryan Tannehill’s pro prospects. Their summary was that he had all the physical tools, would be drafted and make somebody’s squad as a developmental project. Rick opined earlier that the Packers should draft Tannehill at the end of Round 1. Any further thoughts about Tannehill (and his relative draft position) given the disappointing aTm season (6-5 at this point)?

    P.S. That sounds more cynical than I meant it to, but I’m too lazy to rewrite it; it’s not meant as a criticism of your opinion! Obviously I’m paying attention to your writings or I wouldn’t have “stopped” on that game to listen!

    • http://jlworden1@suddenlink.net LarryAz

      Tannehill is exactly the type of kid (hardly, at 24 next camp) that I mentioned as a future journeyman backup. He was recruited (but not really heavily) by a few local area schools but he was considered one of those guys that you would not know where to play him. At this point I’d have him behind Harrell (I think better arm) if Flynn left so would not take as a 1st. If you have multi-picks to gamble on, then consider him as a high #2 at the 32 spot; I don’t think 30 or higher. He is willing to sit a while IMO given he has before, but his age is against that senario. Really tough choice who I think will slip unless somebody out there is really desparate at QB. Even w/ Sherman as his coach he just has not started that many games.

    • Rick

      Currently Tannehill is my top senior QB on my big board.

      Tannehill is a solid young man that played on a not so great team but was not the reason behind their loses. He has the tools and the mental make up to be playing on Sundays. He is a 1st round talent but may go late as juniors declare and higher value players come on the board. He is a very very similar QB to Rodgers and could really develop with MM as a teacher.

      I am not saying TT takes a QB in the draft, I just want to point out that in a true BPA Green Bay may have a shot at a value QB at pick 32 and even though QB is not considered a “need” in true BPA a QB may be TT’s pick.

  • iccyfan

    Just my opinion with a sprinkle of Ted philosophy gleaned somewhere over the past year. Ted said (paraphrase), “there are a limited number of 300+ lb athletes created; when you get a chance to draft one – take him.” Ted’s last three first-round picks have been Raji (and CMIII), Bulaga and Sherrod. The old saying is “the game is won or lost in the trenches”. I’m not knowledgeable enough about the college game to know who might be the prospects, but I’m hoping for another big ugly, hopefully on the defensive side of the ball.

    A quick shout-out for my beloved Iowa State Cyclones who knocked off #2 Oklahoma State last night. The Cowboys are my second favorite Big XII team; I’d rather we beat the Sooners! Iowa State’s enormous OT Kelechi Osemele might be an OL prospect to consider…

    • http://Orlando Mark

      Bulaga, Sherrod and Raji fell to us as a result of draft position and value. The shocking move was CMIII, completely contrary to TT’s usual m.o.