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Do You Believe In The Packers D….You Should Start To

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5 games into the season the Green Bay Packers defensively speaking are: 7th overall vs. yards per game (316)
3rd best scoring D (16.2 ppg)
10th overall on 3rd down % (37%)
29th vs the run (130.2 ypg)
4th vs the pass (186.2 ypg)
2nd in total sacks (20)
3rd in INTs (8) Not bad….some room for improvement but when teams aren’t scoring against you, you’ll win a lot of game (master of the obvious)
No Comments | Posted by Bill on October 7, 2015

We’re A Tailgating Haven

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There’s no doubt that Wisconsinites know how to tailgate and now USA Today has recognized that as well.
CLICK HERE to read the full story.
Comments (1) | Posted by Bill on October 5, 2015

Brewers With Coaching Changes

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MILWAUKEE BREWERS – The Milwaukee Brewers have announced that hitting coach Darnell Coles and third base coach Ed Sedar will return for the 2016 season. The Club did not renew the contracts of first base coach Mike Guerrero, pitching coach Rick Kranitz, bench coach Jerry Narron, outfield coach John Shelby and bullpen coach Lee Tunnell. The announcement was made by General Manager David Stearns. Coles, 53, recently completed his first season on the coaching staff after he was named to the position last October 23. He is in his second stint in the Brewers organization, having served as minor league hitting coordinator (2010-11) and then manager at Double-A Huntsville (2012-13) during his first stint.… Read the rest
No Comments | Posted by Bill on October 5, 2015

Packers; 4 Weeks In

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Top 5 positives:
1.  Quarterback play
2.  OLB’s are getting home (Elliott, Perry, Matthews)
3.  Raji and Daniels are beasts up front
4.  James Jones…nuff said
5.  Young D-Backs are solid and learning on the fly. Top 5 concerns:
1.  Penalties
2.  Don Barclay’s play via the RT position
3.  Masthay still a little shaky
4.  Young reeivers still not quite trust-worthy via Aaron Rodgers
5.  Injuries
No Comments | Posted by Bill on October 5, 2015

NFL Week 4…What Have We Learned?

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So much in the NFL isn’t what we thought it was.
Read what we’ve learned about the 2015 season.