Surviving Sunday: Packers News, Notes and Links for the Football Deprived

Welcome to the “all-too-soon” edition of Surviving Sunday without Green Bay Packers football. The plan was to start this series off on February 8th, a week after the Packers triumphant Super Bowl win in Arizona. And then the last minutes of the NFC Championship game happened. So here we are. Personally, I still haven’t watched […]

Packers 22, Seahawks 28: Game Balls and Lame Calls

Game Balls K Mason Crosby Seriously? Five field goals including two 48 yarders, the last to send the game into overtime? One of the best playoff performances by a kicker EVER. LB Clay Matthews It was a very different defense when Matthews missed some series late, apparently with some type of knee injury. Suddenly Wilson had some […]

Green Bay Packers Enter Seattle a Different Team Than Week One

Seattle has not been kind to the Green Bay Packers in recent years. Or more to the point, the Seattle Seahawks football team and CenturyLink Field have not been kind. In 2012 with replacement officials calling the game, Seattle QB Russell Wilson heaved a desperation Hail Mary pass as time expired to win the game […]

No Huddle Radio: Packers Corral Cowboys, Look to Slay Seahawks

Your hosts for No Huddle Radio tonight are Jason Perone and Mike Reuter of ALLGBP.com. They’ll break down the Packers’ Sunday playoff win, led by the quasi-one-legged Aaron Rodgers who recovered from a sluggish first half performance to lead the Packers to victory. The Packers were assisted by the now-famous Dez Bryant catch that really wasn’t, which your hosts will […]

Packers 26, Cowboys 21: Game Balls and Lame Calls

Game Balls QB Aaron Rodgers After a slow start and with limited mobility, Rodgers was 15-20, over 200 yards and two touchdown passes in the second half.  The Packers entered the fourth quarter down by one and came back to win.  What’s that you say?  Not only a fourth quarter rally to win but in […]