Green Bay Packers TV Blackouts in Chicago 2013

I have gotten requests to write up a “blackout” report for the Chicago area, as I have done for the Twin Cities region. So, here are the Packers TV blackouts in Chicago for 2013. Technically the games are not “blacked … Continue reading

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49ers find yet another way to beat the Packers

The Green Bay Packers are finding out what it must feel like to be the Bears. Like the Bears against the Packers, the Packers can’t seem to beat the 49ers anymore. Since the Mike Holmgren took over the Packers in … Continue reading

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Packers-49ers Game Blog

3:28 PM:  Could not have been a worse start for the Packers offense. At least a good punt by Tim Masthay. 3:37 PM:  Nice defensive stand by the Packers. Now a nice pass to Cobb. Still can’t run the ball … Continue reading

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Chance for revenge comes Sunday

The Green Bay Packers won’t have to wait long to get revenge for last season’s ugly playoff loss to San Francisco. Opportunity knocks Sunday and if the Packers can knock off the 49ers in San Fran, the landscape of the … Continue reading

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Tough schedule could mean tough year

This will be the third season since the Packers won the Super Bowl and nothing I have seen thus far in training camp and the preseason makes me think they will be any better this year than the last two. … Continue reading

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GB-KC Game Blog – Life without Rodgers

7:54 PM:  Well, if anybody thought the Packers could get by a few games without Aaron Rodgers they might be sorely mistaken. Uh, just kidding. This is the new NFL with a player work-friendly training camp, so preseason games are … Continue reading

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Packers Roster Cut Down To 75

Here is a quick list of roster moves the Packers have made since Friday’s preseason game to bring the roster down to 75: 8/27 – K Zach Ramirez released. S Sean Richardson, T Derek Sherrod, T JC Tretter, DE Jerel Worthy … Continue reading

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First Game Blog – Seahawks at Packers

7:14 PM:  Game blogs are back, and so is the Packers’ sieve-like pass defense. Thanks to Clay Matthews though they held them to three. 7:28 PM:  Packers answer with a rare Crosby field goal. Offense looked good once again but … Continue reading

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Looking better in St. Louis

The Green Bay Packers looked more like a football team last night in St. Louis, nearly getting a shutout of their own after losing 17-0 last week. Aaron Rodgers looks to be in midseason form but could definitely use Jordy … Continue reading

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CBA has created bad football

The National Football League will never be the same again. After two years it is clear that the latest collective bargaining agreement between the owners and players has created a league that is far different from the one I grew … Continue reading

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