Category Archives: Al Davis

Packers’ season in jeapordy

The Green Bay Packers already injury-riddled season went from bad to catastrophic Monday night when Aaron Rodgers was lost indefinitely with a broken collarbone. His backup Seneca Wallace was barely serviceable as the Packers were beaten by their arch rival … Continue reading

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Ground Pack a sight to see

The Green Bay Packers dominated a bad Minnesota team last night, scoring on seven consecutive possessions to stick a fork in the Vikings’ season. I’m not sure who this guy that calls himself Mike McCarthy is, but this new focus … Continue reading

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Packers-Vikings Game Blog

7:33 PM:  If Shawn Slocum isn’t fired this week something is wrong. He must have something on McCarthy that keeps him employed. Ridiculous. 7:43 PM:  Packers didn’t waste much time in answering. A 90-yard drive after another special teams miscue … Continue reading

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Big game in Minnesota

The Green Bay Packers can take control of the NFC North over the next two weeks with wins over the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears. It starts tonight in the what will be the Packers’ last trip to the House … Continue reading

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Packers back in first place

Like Aaron Rodgers said earlier in the week, it might not be pretty, but the job will still get done. That it did as the Packers were able to overcome even more injuries to beat the Cleveland Browns 31-13 at … Continue reading

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Packers overcome injuries to win again

The hits keep coming for the Green Bay Packers, who won a hard-fought game over the Ravens in Baltimore yesterday. In the process they lost three more starters to injury. This time it was Nick Perry, Randall Cobb and James … Continue reading

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Packers-Ravens Game Blog

12:22 PM:  Late start due to yard work. Did see the Packers move down the field on the back of Eddie Lacy then throw three times and settle for a field goal. Same stuff, different Sunday. Packers’ defense did stop … Continue reading

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Packers need a big win

The Green Bay Packers have not looked bad this year, despite their 2-2 record, but they do need a statement win to let the rest of the league know they are still relevant.  Knocking off the defending Super Bowl champions … Continue reading

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A win and a loss

The Green Bay Packers evened their record at 2-2 by beating the Detroit Lions 22-9 but it may have come at a high cost. Linebacker Clay Matthews broke his thumb and could be lost for the season. The Packers have … Continue reading

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Packers-Lions Game Blog

12:07 PM:  Lions on the move to start the game without Calvin Johnson. Packers probably thought they had it won when he was announced inactive. Lions are already in scoring position. 12:12 PM:  Thanks to a sack the Packers defense … Continue reading

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