Win Prizes as the 20,000th Commenter All Green Bay Packers All the Time
Super-Bowl XLV T-Shirt - Packers-Steelers
Super-Bowl XLV T-Shirt – Packers-Steelers

It’s hard to believe, but (or, or is covering it’s fourth NFL season. Along the way, we’ve built a nice little community of Packers fans interested in discussing the Packers in a somewhat normal and mature manner (with a few exceptions, of course).

Some of you have been frequent commenters, some just occasional or not at all. Whatever your level of participation in the past, we just appreciate your coming here.

We are currently approaching our 20,000th comment (we’re talking real comments left by real people and not SPAM, otherwise it’s probably closer to 2o million…).

So as one way to say thank you, we’re offering a package of Packers-related prizes for the person who leaves our 20,000th comment. Here’s what we have so far;

Contest Prizes:

$100 gift Certificte to the Packers Pro Shop.

Super Bowl XLV T-Shirt (purchased at the Super Bowl). Long-sleeve, Size M

1 free admission to the Packers Hall of Fame (this season)

1 free Lambeau Field tour admission (this season)

Lambeau Field “1957” 100% Cotton Baseball Cap

1993 Topps Bret Favre football card mounted on a wall plaque


Hint: There are currently less than 500 comments to go to get to 20,000.

Good Luck!




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73 thoughts on “Win Prizes as the 20,000th Commenter

  1. I waited deliberately for someone to post first, because with careful analysis and game film of the website, I have deducted that “There are currently less than 500 comments to go” meant there was 2 comments left.

  2. The Seahawks took it to the Cowboys today, which was fun to watch. But it also reminded me how good they can play at home. The Pack will take notice too and will be prepared, well rested and healthy(for the most part). I love seeing Wilson starting and playing good, but, Monday night he will be the enemy. The D needs play like they did against Da bearlys and rattle the young QB. This will be a good road win for the Packers.

  3. It was good to see the Lions lose last night. Now we are all on even turf. But wait. We’re on top due to our division win! GO-PACK-GO

  4. Seattle is a tough place to play. It will be a good test for us. New Orleans will be desperate in 2 weeks for TBWII.

  5. I have seen that I won!! Ok, I detatched a retina picturing Adam dancing, so I’m alittle blnd here.

  6. I am a displaced Yooper that has put down roots in Indianapolis. I can walk to Lucas Oil Stadium in less than two hours (I do urban hiking). I do enjoy the content of this site but miss face to face interaction with fellow cheeseheads. I know Packer fans do gather at a local watering hole but since I do not thirst for that type of water anymore I enjoy the games at home. Thanks for contributing writers that have journalistic skills.

      1. A “Yooper” is a person who is a native of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, the northern land bridge that stretches from northern Wisconsin to Northern Michigan (by way of the Mackinac Bridge).

        They are called Yoopers because the live in what locals call the U.P. (upper peninsula), or the ‘You-Pee’, hence, ‘Yoopers’.

        Since the U.P. is physically connected to WI while actually separated from Michigan by the meeting of Lake Michigan and Lake Huron, many Yoopers have taken to the Packers more than the Lions.

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