Tonight the undefeated Lions take on the hated Chicago Bears. What’s a Packer fan to do?
Dealing with the hangover that is a 7-3 loss.
The Chief Packer show: Lions
If the Packers can beat the Seahawks and Cardinals, they will need to find one win against the Ravens, Bears, and Steelers in order to reach the 10-6 mark. They should be able to do that.
As the Green Bay Packers knocked the stuffing out of the turkeys known as the Detroit Lions, Packer fans everywhere were surely in a thankful mood. After watching the game, here are five things this Packer fan and writer is thankful for. Feel free to add your own in the comments section.
I know Aaron Nagler will probably wish you a happy holiday too, and undoubtedly will do it better than me. Either way, I hope you all have a blessed weekend, and take a moment to thank your fellow Packer fans in the comment section for making this such a great place to be.
I will not be so easily dissuaded, however. I am sticking to my guns. This madness—or should I say dumbness—cannot continue. Sooner or later, these guys have to get their act together and begin playing like professionals.
Like I said, I am not all that excited one way or another. It’s better than a loss, but doesn’t leave me feeling better about how we are going to perform against real teams.
Those are my early predictions for tomorrows matchup. If you so desire feel free to sound off with your own. Since I am too poor to give prizes, if some paranormal lucky stuff goes down, you most certainly will have bragging rights for the week.