Hey there cheesheads of the world, how about your Green Bay Packers?
Aaron Rodgers and his Green Bay team has a fire under their butts that is keeping them going with absolutely no signs of stumbling in their future. Green Bay is playing like a team that wants to win and their fancy 27-15 defeat of the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving Day was a sure sign of that. The defending champion Packers are 11-0 for the first time in franchise history and have won a team-record 17 straight, including the playoffs. Rodger's was a big factor in the win and threw for 307 yards will 2 touchdowns and did not have a single interception. His leading receiver Julio Jones ran for 94 yards on just three carries and leading rusher Ryan Grant ran for 20 yards on 6 carries.
Perhaps the most eventful part of the game came in the third quarter thanks to Ndamukong Suh's ejection.
"We try to rise above things like that," Rodgers said. "We knew in a rivalry game, there are going to be a hard of hard hits...