Come in off the ledge Packer fan

The Green Bay Packers lost to the Seattle Seahawks last night in a game that was never really close. Yes the Packers actually held the lead at one point, but for the most part they were dominated. But is there … Continue reading

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Packers-Seahawks Game Blog

7:36 PM: ┬áJust about ready for kickoff. Confidence remains high. 7:46 PM: ┬áPackers get a couple of first downs before it turned ugly and then a terrible punt. Eddie Lacy must be hurt because he is no longer in the … Continue reading

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We will win the ballgame

The Green Bay Packers will beat the Seahawks tomorrow night. Yes, it may be just a hunch, but everybody with a lonely half brain knew after the Seahawks won the Super Bowl that the Packers were heading to Seattle on … Continue reading

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2014 Packer Game Blackouts in the Twin Cities Metro / Western Wisconsin Regions

If you are a Packers fan living in the Twin Cities metro / western Wisconsin regions like I am, I have some bad news for you this year. For the past several years, we have enjoyed an average of only … Continue reading

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Ready to Rock

The Green Bay Packers closed out the preseason with a 34-14 drubbing of the Kansas City Chiefs at Lambeau Field last night and confidence is high heading to Seattle next Thursday. Even with 20 starters sitting out the Packers dominated … Continue reading

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Live Blog: Packers Roster Cut To 53

The Packers must cut 22 players by 4 p.m. ET on Saturday 8/30 to reduce their rosters to a maximum of 53 players. Check this page frequently, as we will post updates as the Packers roster cut to 53 unfolds. … Continue reading

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Live Blog: Packers Roster Cut To 75

The Packers must cut 13 players by 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday to reduce their rosters to a maximum of 75 players. The Packers roster cut to 75 will include some tough decisions at the tight end, running back, and … Continue reading

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Some chinks in the armour, but still impressive

The Green Bay Packers beat the Oakland Raiders 31-21 last night and while the starting offense was again productive, a few areas of concern have arisen. The offensive line struggled with pass protection and all of a sudden the receivers … Continue reading

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Starting offense in midseason form

The Green Bay Packers look to be ready for the regular season even if they have only played two games. The Packers’ first string offense looked unstoppable scoring on both of their drives against St. Louis Saturday afternoon. The Packers’ … Continue reading

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Packers’ offensive line ready to shine

The Green Bay Packers are heading into head coach Mike McCarthy’s ninth season as head coach with high expectations mostly centered around quarterback Aaron Rodgers and running back Eddie Lacy. However, everything starts up front and this might be the … Continue reading

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