Hello again Packer fans. After a brief hiatus to re-introduce myself to the wife and kids, I am back to once again discuss all things Packers. I have had several weeks to digest the Packers playoff loss to the Cardinals and their season, in general.
As you know my luck is no good, so I always consult our friends at BETUS.com for advice.
I think we as Packer fans have a lot to look forward to. God knows it will be an easier haul than it was last off-season. I of course am still pretty upset about Sunday, but this time I am just going to let it go. It was a pretty exciting 2009, and there is no reason to believe that 2010 won’t be just that much sweeter.
I firmly believe losing certain games in certain ways to certain opponents can be as much of a confidence boost as a big win.
Cardinals Coach Ken Whisenhunt seems a little confused about how to spin his team’s lack of effort in the season finale.
Each guest has the opportunity to give their opinion on a wide variety of Packer topics. You the guest, along with myself, will decide who stays for the next round and who will be asked to “Shut their Box and Go.”
It seems as if the first thing that football announcers learn in broadcasting school is that one should never miss an opportunity to treat your viewers to a lengthy lecture about the devastating effect of penalties
In the never-ending irony that is the NFL to the real world, Labor Day weekend has brought unemployment to a host of football players throughout the country.
It really surprised me that Ruvell Martin got cut. I thought he was a lock. Not because of his talent, but with his off the field chemistry with Aaron Rodgers.
Here is your 2009 cut list. The Green Bay Packers roster is officially at 53. Are there any surprises? I’ll let you decide.
I’ll include a live shot of Lambeau to add to the ambiance.