If the Green Bay Packers are ever to get over the ‘hump’ and move ahead of the powerful Seattle Seahawks in the NFC, the time is now. There is a bitter taste in the mouths of the faithful and it is time to get rid of it.
Garda gets off hs lazy rear-end and gets back to work between Rutgers basketball games to write up some NFL thoughts including the shifting Jets-Bills game, the Chiefs bein' the Chiefs as well as thoughts on the playoff pictures of both conferences.
Welcome to another edition of Opposition Research, where I’ll be taking a look at the penultimate Packers opponent for the regular season, the Seattle Seahawks. In light of the holiday season (and the fact that the Seahawks have been mathematically eliminated from the playoffs), news on this match-up has been sparse. But just because the Seahawks may phone it in this week doesn’t mean that we will, so let’s get started.
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