Given the way 2011 ended for the Green Bay Packers, with that bitter, stomach-churning upset to the New York Giants in the postseason. Which shut the door on the promising, dominating 15-1 regular season, and opened the door for the 9-7 Giants to beat the New England Patriots and win the Super Bowl. (In other words, a NFL version of the 83-79 St. Louis Cardinals winning the 2006 World Series)
Time is already here to move on to 2012.
And the Pack preseason schedule is already out.
And I look forward to blogging about all these games. As a shareholder in the team, I’m now a part owner. And an owner reporting on his own team is thereby a conflict-of-interest.
I love it. I feel so dirty.
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