The Chicago Bears are free-falling out of the playoff picture after yesterday’s 21-13 loss to the Green Bay Packers in the Windy City. Jay Cutler was among the unhappy Bears during Sunday’s loss. Green Bay’s Casey Hayward intercepted the Bears quarterback on what appeared to be miscommunication between […]
Whatever Mike McCarthy’s number is, Tom Coughlin and the Giants have it. Once again, the Packers didn’t have any answers for New York’s defense or the Giant passing game in a 38-10 thrashing at MetLife Stadium on Sunday night.
I’m pretty sure this picture of a replacement ref with a doll with dreadlocks and some kid playing Golden Tate won Halloween. Just magnificent. (Via J.A. Adande)
Any player/coach in Seattle that really thinks they won that game has zero integrity as a man and should be embarrassed. — TJ Lang (@TJLang70) September 25, 2012 The sports world is still in a huff over Monday night’s enema performed on the Green Bay Packers by the […]
The outrage continues from Monday night’s embarrassing display in Seattle that cost Green Bay a victory. Last night’s biggest individual loser was M.D. Jennings, the defensive back who clearly intercepted Russell Wilson’s game-ending “touchdown pass.”
Following the chaos of Green Bay’s 14-12 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night, Wisconsin Democratic State Senator Jon Erpenbach took to Twitter to voice his displeasure. He decided to tweet what appears to be Roger Goodell’s phone number.
We know that Golden Tate “caught” the game-winning touchdown pass against the Packers to give Seattle a controversial 14-12 win but what happened during the play was nearly as offensive.
The Green Bay Packers lost 14-12 to the Seattle Seahawks in one of the all-time screwjobs in NFL history. Packers defensive back M.D. Jennings appeared to intercept Russell Wilson’s last-second pass but when he fell to the ground the officials ruled Golden Tate shared possession; and thus, was […]
Last night, the NFL Network’s Top 100 poll came to its conclusion in unsurprising fashion with Aaron Rodgers finishing number one. Rodgers bested New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees for the honor.
If pierce stops shooting so horrible Boston has a chance — Aaron Rodgers (@AaronRodgers12) June 6, 2012 During Tuesday night’s thrilling Game 5 between Boston and Miami, NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers was in a glass case of emotion on Twitter.