Packers Aaron Rodgers earns his own day in the State of Wisconsin

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just when you thought Green Bay Packers fans couldn’t get any crazier, Wisconsin’s State Assembly passed a resolution designating December 12th, 2012 as the official “Aaron Rodgers” Day.

The decision now goes to the Senate on whether the day should be donned after the Packers starting quarterback.

The accolades continue to pile up for the NFL’s 2011 Most Valuable Player, who wears the number 12 on his jersey. [Read more…]

The Green Bay Packers are the New Philadelphia Phillies

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The Green Bay Packers saw their storybook season come to an embarrassing halt yesterday (Sunday, January 15) in a 37-20 NFC divisional playoffs loss against the New York Giants. Like the Philadelphia Phillies before them, who had the best record in baseball until they fell apart in the MLB division series, the defending Superbowl champs looked like they woke up still drunk from the night before, then decided to play a football game. The hometown crowd booed the Packers at halftime, which was followed by a chorus of “Let’s go Giants!” by the smattering of Giants fans combating frostbite in the Wisconsin cold at the game’s end.

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New York Giants Take Full Advantage in Upsetting the Green Bay Packers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

During the regular season, the Green Bay Packers lost a total of six fumbles. In their playoff game against the New York Giants, they lost three. And that was only part of went wrong for the Packers in their shocking 37-20 loss to the Giants.

Aaron Rodgers was far from efficient and the receiving core dropped a season-high eight balls.

This weekend’s big winners were the San Francisco 49ers who will get another home game when they host the Giants in the NFC Championship game.

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