Monday, December 31, 2007
Friday, December 28, 2007
Here is the issue. I can't get over the Packers performance in Chicago. The whole team, both sides of the ball, seemed totally out of it. Out of steam. Disinterested. Al Harris, who is usually so ROCK solid was so far off his opponent it was silly. Packers' Coach Mike McCarthy had some thoughts on his game plan, "I did not like some of the positions I put Brett in, in the second half of that game. I felt if we were able to line up and run the ball in a 30, 35-plus attempt game, that was clearly the course that I wanted to take. It did not work out that way." Again, the weather was out of control and I so feel for those guys just trying to move that odd shaped ball down the field, but guys, we need to see the passion heading in to this last regular season game and straight into the post-season. You have a first-round bye, home field advantage and the most-loyal, hard-core fans around supporting your journey to the Super Bowl.
So we sit two days before kickoff against the Detroit Lions and with an ass whoopin', I will calm down and feel WAY better about how January will go for MY, ok, OUR Green Bay Packers.
And as far as the picture goes for this post; I had to give my little butterfingers' quarterback a little jab. We will be back in full cutie, patootie mode after a win this weekend. K?
Thursday, December 27, 2007
Tuesday, December 11, 2007
Monday, December 10, 2007
My husband came home with the biggest grin on his face after spending the day in Green Bay at Lambeau Field watching the Packers Raiders game. While I watched the Packer win on TV, all I could do was think of all the people who had Packers tickets to this game. Prior to the game you would think that this wouldn't be a "great" game given Favre's injury from the Packers Cowboys game coupled with the playoff picture looking pretty clear for the Packers, but fans experienced an AWESOME game filled with great plays on all sides of the field - offense, defense and special teams. Seeing the Packers have fun was so enjoyable, although I was a little worried when Mike McCarthy kept Favre in the game when the Packers held such a comfortable lead.
Brett Favre looked great. No obvious issues as far as his arm or shoulder goes. Speaking of looking great; have you seen the packers press conference after the game with Favre wearing his camouflage hat? Seriously. Wow. Few things beat a man in a nice suit and apparently one of them is a camo hat. Who knew?
It sure stunk to watch the score of the Detroit Lions Dallas Cowboys game at the bottom of my TV screen. Watch the lead slip, slip, slip away until finally the Cowboys eeaked out a win over the Lions. It was so close!! Yes, the Packers clinched the Division, but a Cowboys loss would have had them just a little bit closer to possibly hosting the NFC Division Championship game at Lambeau, if we would all be so lucky to even be playing in the game. Do you like the use of "we"?
And hey der guy, don't look now, but the Minnesota Vikings are trying to make something of their season. At minimum, it will give my friend to the north something to write about on his Minnesota Vikings blog. Of all the professional sports though, the NFL is the one which can change overnight, so I won't get too cocky about my NFC North Division Championship Green Bay Packers. No I won't.
Wednesday, December 05, 2007
Tuesday, December 04, 2007
Monday, December 03, 2007
NFL All-Star Top 10 vote-getters
Brett Favre, Packers
Tom Brady, Patriots
Payton Manning, Colts
Randy Moss, Patriots
Tony Romo, Cowboys
Adrian Peterson, Vikings
Joseph Addai, Colts
Terrell Owens, Cowboys
LaDainian Tomlinson, Chargers
Devin Hester, Bears
Friday, November 30, 2007
This game played out in many ways exactly as people had expected. Except for the Favre injury of course. No one speaks of such things happening. Right away it was all about scoring back and forth. Tony Romo hit a wall once Rodgers came in, but they were still able to hang on for the win.
Now it is a waiting game. Should Brett Favre rest for the Packers Raiders game regardless of how good his left shoulder and right arm feel? Should he suit up for one snap just to keep his 249 regular season starting record alive? Is this a game of team or individual accomplishments? I am conflicted. Having already bought my Packers tickets for the next game, I sure would selfishly like to see Brett play, but is it a smart move given the Packers 10-2 (that hurts to type) record and likely post-season play?
I might need a fresh cup of coffee to tackle the mess that was the NFL Network's attempt at broadcasting and announcing an NFL game. Off I go.
Thursday, November 29, 2007
Wednesday, November 28, 2007
Check out "Welcome to Dallas" on jsonline.com for a little taste of Texas.
Monday, November 26, 2007
Wednesday, November 21, 2007
Monday, November 19, 2007
Some trends emerge from the data on the people arrested during the last 38 Packers games at Lambeau Field.
Half are age 25 or younger.
85 percent are from outside Brown County.
60 percent end up in the Brown County Jail for at least a few hours.
The average blood-alcohol level was 0.16 percent, double the legal limit to drive.Only eight people were sober, and 17 people refused to take the alcohol test.
Saturday, November 17, 2007
Well, let's see if we can hold the Panthers to a big goose egg tomorrow. Weather report for Green Bay for tomorrow isn't all that exciting. I have seen snowflakes fall the last two days. As long as the rain hold off, I will be ok.
Thursday, November 15, 2007
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
Monday, November 05, 2007
The Packers went on to beat the Kansas City Chiefs in a great game yesterday in Kansas City. It was not looking so great for awhile there. The low scoring game was quickly changed with something like 35 points scored between the two teams in the 4th quarter. Charles Woodson sealed the deal, intercepting the ball and running it in for a touchdown.
As was the case on Monday night in Denver, it appeared there were a ton of Packers fans in attendance. They were having a blast! The weather was great and the Packers won; what more do you need? I bet the beer was cold and the barbecue was outstanding!
I watched the scores of a few of the other games yesterday. I didn't like watching the Detroit Lions as they chewed up the Denver Broncos. Nor did I enjoy the crazy numbers that running back in Minnesota put on the boards for the Vikings. I believe a new NFL record - 297 yards rushing!
It is ok. The Packers defense will be able to stop them as the Minnesota Vikings come to Lambeau this Sunday afternoon November 11 to play the Packers. The weather report says 53 and partly cloudy; much improved from last years' meeting when it poured and poured. And I mean a COLD rain. Yuck!
Wednesday, October 31, 2007
The game itself was a bit more interesting for me, as my husband was in Denver for the game. I was certainly hoping for a Packers win regardless, but with him there, I was hoping for a fun, competitive, lively game. The teams delivered. With the stands filled with a great deal of Packers fans (15,000???), Broncos fans are complaining that as they looked left and right in their season tickets at Invesco Field, there was Green and Gold. Check out this guys comments on, "Too many Packers fans at Broncos game".
The Green Bay Packers will play against the Kansas City Chiefs this coming Sunday in Kansas City. Could this game mark a 7-1 start? Regardless, the New England Patriots will be a tough team to beat.
Friday, October 26, 2007
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
That all said, prior to the last month or so, Green Bay Packer tickets are easily purchased through ticket brokers, ebay, craigslist or through a bar. This season they seem to have gotten a bit out of control. The least expensive ticket I found online for the Packers Vikings game on November 11 was $360 per ticket! I have been lucky enough to go to a number of games and I have never seen such prices. Experience has been, that prices will come down, but this season may be one to create new rules. If I had a dollar for the number of times I have heard Packers fans talking about, ssshhhhh, a February trip to Arizona!!
Check out Rick Reilly's Sports Illustrated column Be the 74,659th in Line, featuring the story of one of the 47 people who got a call from the Green Bay Packers ticket office at the beginning of this season.
Tuesday, October 16, 2007
A few times a week I find myself indulging in a few moments with PerezHilton.com. I feel it is fairly random that the last two visits, my Green Bay Packers came to mind. First, with the Justin Timberlake sighting and now with his post of Quarterback Tom Brady. My head was spinning, is Tom Brady really the new Brett Favre? Am I living in the past? Am I still singin along to Bush's Machinehead?
Then I woke up and realized all was right with the world. Brett has already pimped himself out enough touting Prilosec and Wrangler jeans (why?) and had to turn Stetson down.
I mean Favre is a busy man. A father of two girls, husband and best quarterback for the best team in the NFL. He is leading a young Green Bay Packers team through the 2007 NFL season reaching 5-1 as I write. Favre has come a long way and deserves one more Super Bowl ring. As Favre has said, "My wife, she still gives me a hard time, and says I hunt too much or I like to play golf too much. And she's probably right, but it sure beats some of the things I used to do." While I enjoyed hearing word Favre sightings at local bars, this is the Favre I like best.
Monday, October 15, 2007
The Green Bay Packers offense should be giving their defense a big shout out this morning because without them, the Packers would be sitting 4-2. Even though it was light, the rain fell continuously on Lambeau Field, making the ball slippery and heavy. Green Bay won over the Washington Redskins with a final score of 17-14. They got lucky. The hero in week one, Marcus Crosby had a tough day, missing two field goals. Cornerback Charles Woodson gave us fans something to cheer about in the third quarter scooping up a Redskins fumble and going the distance. Prior to this play, you could hear a pin drop at Lambeau.
I went to the Packers game with a friend who had never been. She definitely had a good time, but noted how different it felt than a game at Camp Randall watching the Wisconsin Badgers play. No complaints, just different. I think the weather was a big factor, slows the game down, which slows the fans down.
Now we sit with a bye week at a perfect time. Favre can rest and brush off the fact that he is now the NFL's all-time interception-throwing quarterback. You have to take the bad with the good, right?
I am sad to report that Justin Timberlake didn't make a repeat appearance at the Packers game this week. He was at the Packers Bears game on October 7th drinking Miller Lite with girlfriend Jessica Biel. He is crazy hot, though no #4.
Friday, October 12, 2007
Weather.com didn't have good news for Sunday's Packers Redskins game. A 60% chance of showers. I am going to go the game with a friend who has never been to Lambeau Field, so I am hopeful the weather will cooperate at least a little. She will have to check out the Lambeau Field Atrium, the Packers Pro Shop and the Packers Hall of Fame. There are a few quality tailgates to check out; Stadium View, Anduzzi's and The Bar. I can taste the yummy Bloody Mary's already!
The Green Bay Packers are favored by 3 points at home. This shouldn't be a problem. My guess Packers 24, Redskins 9.
Wednesday, October 10, 2007
It has been a difficult start to the week given that it started as the Green Bay Packers fell to the Chicago Bears in a devastating 27-20 loss at Lambeau Field, but there is a bright side. I will be heading up to Green Bay this weekend to watch the action live.
The Joe Gibbs' coached Washington Redskins have started the season 3-1 and are hungry for another win as their last game ended in a 34-3 win over the NFC Detroit Lions. Good thing for the Packers that their quarterback leads the NFL in completions, attempts and passing yards. Favre and the team should be able to bounce back and go 5-1 in to the bye week.
They report on Packers.com that this weekend marks the 249th consecutive regular-season sellout at Lambeau. What other venue can boast that record?
How could I not mention that today is Brett Favre's 38th birthday? Like a fine wine, he just gets better with age.
Monday, October 08, 2007
We should have known something was up when the weather report in Green Bay, WI on October 7th called for 87 degrees!!! The Packers fans and Bears fans were out en masse as early as 9a yesterday and they were fired up!
Green Bay Packers tickets were going for $200 each out on the street just hours before kick off. The writing was on the wall. This was a must-win game for the Chicago Bears and a would-be unheard of 9th win in a row for the Packers. It wasn't meant to be, although the first half of last night's nationally televised game wouldn't have you thinking that. The Packers accumulated 341 yards in offense in the first half alone. Then came the second half. Oh boy! Field position was tough. The Bears' punt returner capabilities didn't help things. And did I mention the turnovers? You have heard it before, be on the losing end of the turnovers and you will lose the game. The much-hyped Chicago Bears' defense got on the bus for the trip up from the Windy City, focing 5 turnovers! The Packers Bears score could EASILY have been 21-0 in the first half. Errrrr...
Thankfully the Detroit Lions lost on Sunday or should I say, got spanked.
Who really goes 5-0 anyway?
Six more days until kickoff at Lambeau Field against the Washington Redskins. Go Pack Go!
Wednesday, October 03, 2007
Week one the Packers beat the Philadelphia Eagles at Lambeau. Week two the Packers took to the road and beat the New York Giants. Week three they had a crazy exciting game at Lambeau winning narrowly against the San Diego Chargers. It was week three which Brett Favre threw the touchdown which tied Dan Marino's record. The fourth win for the Packers came in the dreaded Metrodome in Minneapolis this past Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. Brett Favre threw the touchdown which further catapulted him to cult-like status in the first half of the game. Dan Marino had a taped congratulations video. The crowd at the dome was split between Packers and Vikings fans, but all seemed to stand to congratulate #4 on his accomplishment.
Sunday, September 16, 2007
It is always a good feeling when you watch the home team crowd leaving the stands early as the football game is out of reach at the hands of the Green Bay Packers. That is what happened today with 4 minutes left in the 4thBrett Favre and the boys were on fire today. Sure, it was a slower first half, but the drives down field and the turnovers in the second half more than made up for it. And did you happen to catch the quantity of close up shots of #4? Like the salt and pepper hair, Brett. Very Nice.
Back to the game. It first appeared that it would be another nail biter as both the New York Giants and the Green Bay Packers missed their first opportunities to put points on the board, missing field goals. There were a few dropped passes by the Packers, but overall the team played well and benefited from what looked like a lethargic, didn't-come-to-play Giants team. Final score: Packers 35, Giants 13.
The Green Bay Packers have now a week to rest to prepare for the San Diego Chargers visit to Lambeau Field on Sunday, September 23. It is early, but can we book a few rooms for February? Cancellation Policy????
Monday, September 10, 2007
The Green Bay Packers got lucky on Sunday winning by a narrow margin against the Philadelphia Eagles. Packers fans started off with an odd emergency announcement at Lambeau, which quickly was ignored by fans (kind of makes ya worried if there was a need for evacuation) and then dismissed by the announcer. Al Harris, who was in on the first special teams' play of the season for the Green Bay Packers, went out on a cart leaving fans thinking he was out for the season! Good Lord! Thankfully, Harris came back in and contributed to the Packers win with just one working arm.
Favre was clearly upset with his receiving core, who dropped some very catch able passes. Although, I will have to add, from the stands it looked like either Favre was off the mark, or someone ran the wrong route.
Nevertheless, the Packers won and sit 1-0 on the 2007 NFL season. The Chicago Bears lost to the San Diego Chargers. The news came today that Eli Manning would be out for a month, making this upcoming game for the Packers at Giants a bit more palatable.
Here's to you Packers Kicker Mason Crosby! Thanks for the win!!! GO PACKERS!!!!!
Wednesday, September 05, 2007
There are only a few opportunities left for the Green Bay Packers players to get a good nights rest prior to the NFL opener against the Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday. Quarterback Brett Favre has an opportunity to break all sorts of NFL records. The Green Bay Packers 2007 team has an opportunity to go to the Super Bowl; that is what is great about the NFL - all teams are on a pretty level field to start the season. There always seems to be a team whose expectations were low, but make it to the playoffs.
Looks like rookie running back Brandon Jackson, out of Nebraska, will get his first start this Sunday. In interviews Jackson has said he is very excited. "I just want to go out there and play up to the best of my ability and protect No. 4," Jackson said. Vernand Morency who is in his third year playing NFL Football was the anticipated starter at the position with Ahman Green taking a lucrative offer as a free agent by the Houston Texans, but an injury in the first practice has made the picture a little less clear.
Thursday, August 30, 2007
If the Packers can win this one, which they should, that will put them 3-1 in the preseason. This would be the best start since 2002, when the Packers went on to win the NFC Division and go 12-4.
Packers fans will have just one more chance to see the Green Bay Packer practice, as the last open-to-the-public practice will be held the Tuesday following Labor Day. All Packers practices will be closed to the public through the SUPER BOWL!
Green Bay Packers tickets for the preseason game against the Titans are still available and they are cheap! So go hit the streets of Nashville, TN!
Friday, August 24, 2007
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
The Minnesota Vikings finished the 2006 season 6-10, 2 games behind the 8-8 Green Bay Packers team.
WOW! I love me some Green Bay Packers football! The rain didn't let up for most of the day Saturday, but that didn't stop the 69,761 fans from cheering or the team from sticking it to the Seattle Seahawks. The final score of the Packers vs Seahawks game at Lambeau Field was 48-13. Nice. The most points scored by a Packers team in a preseason game in 69 years!
Brett Favre and the starting offense looked like they were in a much better groove than they did against the Pittsburgh Steelers the week prior, which resulted in a field goal, a touchdown and a handful of first downs. Bring in Aaron Rodgers and a few of the other second team Packers players, and the ball kept rolling.
James Jones, rookie wide receiver from San Jose, said it best, "Ain't no better feeling than scoring your first touchdown, the Lambeau Leap. I was just excited about that." Word.
The Green Bay Packers defense looked fierce (I know, I know, it's just preseason football). The defense amassed seven sacks, six forced turnovers and scored two touchdowns from Seattle fumbles. For people who bought cheap Green Bay Packers tickets for this game; they definitely got their moneys worth!
Thursday, August 16, 2007
Brett Favre and the Packers offense started the game SLOW. In his four possessions at quarterback, my favorite number 4 failed to gain a first down and gained just 12 yards of offense. Rookies Brandon Jackson and James Jones, along with second-string quarterback Aaron Rodgers worked hard to produce three consecutive scoring drives for the Packers, one to close the first half and the second and third opening the second half of the game against the Steelers.
This is the time of year, you know it comes after one preseason game where Favre doesn't produce all that much, where Packers pundits start calling for #4's retirement. You have heard it before, no reason the 2007-2008 Green Bay Packers' Season should be any different. Phewy, Favre will be just fine taking the field for 4 quarters when the REAL NFL season starts in September.
"The thing about preseason that's kind of interesting is you're expected to do well," Aaron Rodgers said. "If you don't do well, everybody asks you why you didn't play well. If you do play well, people say, 'Oh, well, you moved the ball against the No. 2s.' So it's kind of a no-win situation. At the same time, I'm continuing to work hard and hopefully put together another good performance."
This Saturday, August 18, the Seattle Seahawks and Mike Holmgren arrive in Green Bay to get Lambeau Field warmed up for the regular season. How many snaps is Brett Favre going to take? More than 4 would be nice.
If you haven't seen Favre on Lambeau Field, this weekend or Thursday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars would be a good one as you can buy Green Bay Packers tickets below face value all over the place!
Thursday, August 09, 2007
Monday, August 06, 2007
Thursday, July 19, 2007
Thursday, July 12, 2007
Friday, July 06, 2007
Interest is always high for anything-Packers-related in Green Bay, but it seems like I can begin to feel the anticipation for the upcoming season begin to grow. We have hit the mid-season mark with the All Star Game in MLB, and that just highlights to me and other sports-fans that the start of the NFL season is right around the corner.
Thursday, June 28, 2007
Monday, June 25, 2007
While Brett Favre has sat out a few Green Bay Packers team practices, as he has to continue to rest his ankle and now his shoulder which he has said is tendinitis and "nothing serious", he still feels good for the upcoming season. Favre said he is going to continue to work with his personal trainer on core conditioning and move to moving drills to help Favre go back to what made him famous - moving out of pocket.
On packers.com, Favre was quoted as saying, "I get tired a lot quicker now than I used to, so after a play I have to be able to regroup and run the next play." It sounds like Brett recognizes his age is catching up with him, but with a little extra hard work and creative conditioning, he can keep tricking his body. I know many folks who still think he looks like a kid, that is for sure!
Wednesday, June 20, 2007
My first game was a preseason game three years ago when I found really cheap Green Bay Packers Tickets...and since then...I've had Lambeau Field fever, on top of my ongoing case of Packers fever. Going to Green Bay now, for me, is a little bit like going home!!
But, soon you learn the temperature doesn't matter. It's all about watching good football and having a good time with your friends, and the friends you make while you're there. There's nothing like the camaraderie at Lambeau. With every good play and every touchdown--there are plenty of high fives, hugs, chest butts to go around. Chances are you will embrace the stranger sitting next to you on a number of occasions.
---a pal of Ms. Pacman's
Friday, June 15, 2007
Thursday, June 07, 2007
Wednesday, June 06, 2007
Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Tuesday, May 29, 2007
Friday, May 25, 2007
Wednesday, May 23, 2007
Turns out Martha Stewart, Favre isn't...he passed on kitchen duty (and the potential fines the Green Bay Packers were going to impose) and showed up in Green Bay for the first mandatory mini-camp this past weekend. Even though he is still recovering from having bone spurs removed from his ankle this past February, Favre could have hit the field during the camp, but was held out for precautionary reasons. Brett has said that he intends on getting himself in the best shape of his career for the upcoming season. With his 38th birthday around the corner, Favre's body will only thank him on Monday's for the preparation today. On a personal note, I want my Green Bay Packers tickets at Lambeau Field in Sec 120, Row 1 to check out this, errr, preparation!
Wait, is there a pink elephant in this post.... no mention of Brett Favre's alleged comment about requesting to be traded by the Green and Gold?
No there isn't. As I believe in my heart of hearts, that Brett would NEVER speak of such an atrocity!
Sunday, May 06, 2007
Wednesday, May 02, 2007
It boils down to philosophy. Pick the best player available, regardless of position, at the time of your pick. Pick the player who will fill your highest priority need when your pick is up. Or draft a player who you might be able to use to negotiate with. Is more, better when it comes to defensive weapons? Is Brett Favre all it takes to bring the offensive line up to a competitive level 100% of the time?
The expectations EVERY SINGLE SEASON with Green Bay Packers fans is that this team is going, at minimum to the NFL Playoffs. Will the moves, or lack of moves made by Packer GM, Ted Thompson in this off-season help to meet fans' expectations? Only time will tell.
Thursday, April 26, 2007
Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Green Bay Packers
Heinz Field Pittsburgh, PA
Saturday 8/11/2007 7:30 PM
Green Bay Packers Vs. Seattle Seahawks
Lambeau Field Green Bay, WI
Saturday 8/18/2007 7:00 PM
Green Bay Packers Vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Lambeau Field Green Bay, WI
Thursday 8/23/2007 8:00 PM
Tennessee Titans Vs. Green Bay Packers
LP Field (Formerly The Coliseum) Nashville, TN
Thursday 8/30/2007 7:00 PM
GREEN BAY PACKERS 2007 NFL SCHEDULE (or as I like to refer to it, the road to the Super Bowl)
Green Bay Packers Vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Lambeau Field Green Bay, WI
Sunday 9/9/2007 12:00 PM
New York Giants Vs. Green Bay Packers
Giants Stadium East Rutherford, NJ
Sunday 9/16/2007 1:00 PM
Green Bay Packers Vs. San Diego Chargers
Lambeau Field Green Bay, WI
Sunday 9/23/2007 12:00 PM
Minnesota Vikings Vs. Green Bay Packers
Metrodome Minneapolis, MN
Sunday 9/30/2007 12:00 PM
Green Bay Packers Vs. Chicago Bears
Lambeau Field Green Bay, WI
Sunday 10/7/2007 7:15 PM
Green Bay Packers Vs. Washington Redskins
Lambeau Field Green Bay, WI
Sunday 10/14/2007 12:00 PM
Denver Broncos Vs. Green Bay Packers
Invesco Field At Mile High Denver, CO
Monday 10/29/2007 6:30 PM
Kansas City Chiefs Vs. Green Bay Packers
Arrowhead Stadium Kansas City, MO
Sunday 11/4/2007 11:00 AM
Green Bay Packers Vs. Minnesota Vikings
Lambeau FieldGreen Bay, WI
Sunday 11/11/2007 12:00 PM
Green Bay Packers Vs. Carolina Panthers
Lambeau Field Green Bay, WI
Sunday 11/18/2007 12:00 PM
Detroit Lions Vs. Green Bay Packers
Ford Field Detroit, MI
Thursday 11/22/2007 11:30 AM
Dallas Cowboys Vs. Green Bay Packers
Texas Stadium Irving, TX
Thursday 11/29/2007 7:15 PM
Green Bay Packers Vs. Oakland Raiders
Lambeau Field Green Bay, WI
Sunday 12/9/2007 12:00 PM
St. Louis Rams Vs. Green Bay Packers
Edward Jones Dome Saint Louis, MO
Sunday 12/16/2007 11:00 AM
Chicago Bears Vs. Green Bay Packers
Soldier Field Stadium Chicago, IL
Sunday 12/23/2007 12:00 PM
Green Bay Packers Vs. Detroit Lions
Lambeau Field Green Bay, WI
Sunday 12/30/2007 12:00 PM
I don't know. I just know that once this weekend is over, the Green Bay Packers and my Brett Favre can get to business and focus on how they are going to win 14 games this season and go all the way to the Super Bowl. But will it be with Randy Moss???????
The schedule looks rough. It always does; no? (I can't remember the last time the NFL schedule came out and people were like, "piece of cake"!)
Isn't that the beauty of the NFL?
Thursday, April 19, 2007
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