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Green Bay Packers
Kansas City Chiefs
Week 13 has come and gone, and a couple more cadavers were dropped off at the mortuary.The Chiefs were merely a prelude to the slew of departed souls who would be making their way onto my concrete slabs.They've been inevitably tagged and bagged; now it's merely time to examine what caused these wretched souls to fulfill the destiny that their mortal coil demands.Subject: Carolina PanthersDate of Death: December 2, 2012Record at Time of Death: 3-9Contributing Factors to Death1. Too Many Close LossesUnder Aaron Rodgers, the 2008 Green Bay Packers went 6-10, and many of media vultures (read: ESPN) were quick to crow about Brett Favre, and how Green Bay would be 16-0 and world champions had they not alienated the gunslinger.Rodgers had an impressive year (93.8 rating), but Green Bay just lost close games. Seven of their 10 losses were by four points or less. One more touchdown pass for Mr. Discount Double Check in each, and Green Bay would have been 13-3.But as Jim Mora would te...
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- In this week's weekly meeting with the media, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers talked about getting an old teammate back, preparing to face the Detroit Lions, his thoughts on Bret Bielema leaving Wisconsin, and more.
Five question-and-answer highlights:
1. What was it like to have Ryan Grant back at practice today?
RODGERS: It was great. It's great...
Who said that not one call changes a season? Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers said that the week 3 loss to the Seattle Seahawks could have a huge impact on where Green Bay plays in the playoffs, and to them it still isn’t fair.
I think that game was also a little skewed because the Packers were on fire and the Texans were a...
Time goes so fast when you’re having fun and things all going according to plan. Just think it was close to 10 weeks ago that we were dealing with replacement referee blunders and possibly the biggest blunder of all time. The Green Bay Packers remember clearly, because it was week 3 when a replacement referee [...]
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Since their controversial Monday Night Football loss to the Seahawks in Week 3, the Green Bay Packers have been on a tear.
Aaron Rodgers has led the Packers to a 7-2 record in the last nine games and has the Packers back atop the NFC North at 8-4 on the season. But even with the terrific turnaround, Rodgers and his teammates still can’t get over the memorable “Fail Mary” pass...
Click on the photo for more of Destiny Newton Destiny sports a tramp stamp, is a self-proclaimed fan of Jack Daniels and has no known social presence on the Internet. She seems to only appear publicly withAaron Rodgers when he’s at a Vandy football game and has only been photographed at one Packers game. We [...]
Where to Put 'em is the Fantasy Football Nerd's look at the best and worst matchups for the week. Decisions are based upon the FFN rankings and matchup analysis. Given the known conditions, these matchups are the ones to watch and/or avoid for Week 14 of the 2012 season.
This list does not generally include the elite players that you are going to start regardless of matchup...
This Sunday night, the Green Bay Packers host the Detroit Lions in a game that looks far simpler on paper than it will likely play out. The Lions have just four wins under their belt, while the Packers lead the NFC North with an 8-4 record.
Having only won the four games, it's somewhat surprising that NFL football odds (click to view) only have the Lions as a one touchdown...
Here it is owners. The time has come for the big locker room speeches. A time to reach out to your team, and deep within your emotions and be the very best you can be