2020 Week 11

Packers 31 Indy Ponies 34

I do not blame this loss on the team.  I definitely do not blame this loss on MVS (Dude is getting death threats! Seriously?!?!  Those people need help!  I did send out a tweet to him in support!)  I blame this loss on the coaches. 

2020 Week 10

Packers 24 Jaguars 20

Well, I thought Packer John had given me a cupcake game review assignment this past week. After the Packers smoked the Jaguars I was going to simply type all the reasons I love the Packers, about what a fantastic team they have this year, how much fun they are to watch, what great camaraderie they have, how everybody is on the same page of the playbook, blah, blah, blah, kiss-kiss, hug-hug, smiley emoji, heart emoji, Lombardi Trophy emoji.

2020 Week 09

Packers 34 Santa Clara 17

After I got home from the game early Friday morning, I turned on the NFL network to see what they thought about the game. To no ones surprise, they thought Aaron was great and mentioned how much Davante meant to Aarons’ game. Not much else was said about the other 9 on offense or any of the 11 on our defense, even though they did deserve “some” credit.

2020 Week 08

Packers 22 Queenies 28

The following statements are true: “Statistically, always punting on 4th down makes no sense. When the team gives up the ball on their own 5 yard line their opponent has a 92% chance of scoring. When punting the opponent still has a 77% chance of scoring. But since a team converts on 4th down 50% of the time, the math says they should never punt.” – Dr. Sheldon Cooper, Professor, Astrophysics, Cal Tech. This is also true when your kicker is hurt, and the wind is blowing at 35 mph.

2020 Week 07

Packers 35 Taxens 20

Dr Jane Goodall was crouched in the bushes next to me as we peered at the scene before us. Goodall, the famous primatologist and trailblazer known for living amongst monkeys for extended periods to better understand their day-to-day lives and sociology, was the original “Jane of the Apes.”

2020 Week 05

Packers 30 Failcons 16

First Quarter Report to the Committee/Atlanta Review

In review of aging news, Aaron Rodgers (27/33, 327 yards, 4 TD zero INT, 147.5 passer rating) led the team to a relatively easy hometown victory in the latest town hall stop in his MVP campaign (12 TD, 1214 yards, zero INT, undefeated record, another clean jersey).