I brought this topic up earlier in the Morning Minute. With an uncapped year looming, is 2010 the last real shot for the Green Bay Packers? I think it just might be.
From his interview with Greg Bedard of the Milwaukee Journal, Ted Thompson claims he didn’t pay any attention to the NFC Championship Game. We all know he is lying.
I sat down to write up today’s grades for your 2009 Green Bay Packers and I just couldn’t do it. They say the grieving process has several stages, I think I just hit anger.
Playoffs or no playoffs, Ted Thompson has most likely done enough to spend another year in the Bay.
None of you probably know this, but this blog has never pissed me off more than it did on March 5th, 2009. On November 9th, 2009 I can finally put it to rest.
Ted Thompson has finally done what many of us were hoping he would do last year—he has allowed the roster to begin to mature.
Signing Mike Vick was a top secret discussion amoung the coaching staff today in Packersville. Our insiders told us they had to swear on their first born’s life not to discuss the team’s interest in signing Vick.
I demanded obesity, and Ted Thompson delivered.
I’ve been disagreeing with my pals at Cheeseheadtv.com lately, and that trend continues.
Greg C. suggested I do a review of the 2005 draft because my 2006 review was so awesome. here you go.
You may think the ninth pick in the draft is an easy decision but there’s a good chance when the pick is announced, you stand up and yell “WHAT?!”