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NFC North’s Last Stand

NFC North’s Last Stand

The Green Bay Packers went down in a blaze of glory and did two things before they exited the NFL in 2015. The first thing Green Bay did was exploit an Arizona Cardinals Offense that looked extremely shaky at best in scoring just 20 points in regulation. In addition they proved that Aaron Rodgers is by far and away the […]

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Desert Dogs

Desert Dogs

Aaron Rodgers had a phenomenal Wild Card Weekend, but Saturday Night he’ll return to the scene of his worst game of the season in which he was sacked eight times and saw his offense get scored on twice following strip sacks. The Arizona Cardinals are heavy 7.5 point favorites for Saturday Night, and without Devonta Adams it’s tough to not […]

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Minnesota Vikings' Adrian Peterson runs during the second half an NFL football game against the Green Bay Packers Sunday, Jan. 3, 2016, in Green Bay, Wis. (AP Photo/Matt Ludtke)

NFC North Week 17

The NFL Regular Season wrapped up on Sunday and as expected the final game of the season was the NFC North Championship Game up in Lambeau between the Vikings and Packers. It was a big night for the Vikings as they avenged the earlier loss to the Packers at home and claimed their first divisional crown since 2009. The Packers […]

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Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller makes a touchdown catch during the second half of an NFL football game against the San Diego Chargers, Monday, Nov. 9, 2015, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi) ORG XMIT: CAGB

NFC North Week 9 Review

After nine weeks of football in the NFC North seem to be tightening up at the top while there’s now clear separation between the bottom team and the rest of the division. On Sunday the Green Bay Packers lost a great game in Carolina to the lone undefeated team in the conference. Meanwhile up in Minneapolis the Vikings won their […]

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NFC North Week 8 Review

NFC North Week 8 Review

The Minnesota Vikings were the biggest winner of Week 8 in terms of the NFC North because they were the only winners the division produced. The Minnesota Vikings got a tough game out of the Chicago Bears on a glorious day in the Windy City and came out on top on a last second Blair Walsh FG that got them […]

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NFC North Week 2 Review

NFC North Week 2 Review

The Bears couldn’t have possibly had a worse day on Sunday. Not only did they get embarrassed in front of their home crowd, but they lost their starting quarterback to a hamstring injury for at least two week after he tried to make a tackle on a pick six. Add that to the fact that they head to Seattle next […]

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Sunday Nightmare

Sunday Nightmare

Last night the Bears may have hit their franchises lowest point of all time as the wheels came completely off up in Lambeau Field. The Bears trailed the Packers 42-0 at halftime and Aaron Rodgers threw six touchdown passes before being taken out midway through the third quarter. The Bears eventually lost the game 55-14 and the talk about the […]

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Jared Allen

Jared Allen

The Bears have landed a pretty big fish with the signing, late into the free agency period, of Jared Allen from the Minnesota Vikings. It has been two weeks since free agency started and names have been flying with the money. The NFC North has been particularly active with the top teams adding some high-priced players to help bolster their […]

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Fantastic Football

Fantastic Football

The culmination of a fabulous football weekend happened with the BCS National Championship in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA. Dating all the way back to Friday Night, the quality of football in both the collegiate and professional level ranks as some the best I’ve seen. The Cotton Bowl and Orange Bowl were going at the same time on Friday […]

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4th and Left Out!

4th and Left Out!

It was a cold day by the lake. Aaron Rodgers returned after seven weeks off from a shoulder separation to do his patented belt move with 38 seconds remaining to end the Bears’ season. I should end this report here and move on to thinking about the Hawks, who are used to succeeding in frigid conditions. But…. The Packers converted […]

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