Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Packers Clinch Playoff Berth

The Green Bay Packers clinched a wild card spot for the 2009 playoffs with a victory over the Seattle Seahawks. We here at Ticket King Green Bay are ready to sell you all the NFL Playoff tickets you need.

The Packers are one of the hottest teams going into the playoffs and could make a serious run. If the playoffs started today the Packers would face the Arizona Cardinals, which they play this Sunday during the final regular season game. If not the Cardinals the Packers could face the Eagles, Cowboys and even the Vikings, depending on how the last week of the regular season shakes out.“Our goal of winning the world championship is right in front of us,” coach Mike McCarthy said. “And that’s all you can ask for, opportunities. You have to get into the playoffs to accomplish that. We’re going to be a road-warrior mentality as we plan for that. But let’s be honest, we still have work ahead of us.”
I also want to congratulate Aaron Rodgers, Charles Woodson and Nick Collins for making the Pro Bowl.
Happy New Year!!!

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Packers Digging Out

As of Monday the Green Bay Packers defense try and dig themselves out of a 503-yard hole. Ben Roethlisberger qb of the Pittsburgh Steelers put up huge numbers against a top ranked Packer defense. I believe the Pack just need to make a few adjustments and they will be back to their dominate ways on defense.

Ticket King still has great seats left for the Packers Vs Seahawks game this coming Sunday and will make a perfect Christmas gift! This could possibly be the last home game at Lambeau Field this season.

I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Green Bay Packers Playoffs Insight | Resch Center Green Bay tickets

The Green Bay Packers can clinch a Playoff spot this weekend with a Packers win and a Dallas Cowboys loss; a win and a New York Giants loss or tie; or a tie and a Giants loss. As of right now the Packers are the 5th seed and would play the first round at the Arizona Cardinals. I would love to get a pair of Packers VS Cardinals playoff tickets.

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Thursday, December 10, 2009

Packers Vs. Bears

This Sunday the Green Bay Packers head to Soldier Field to take on the Chicago Bears. The two teams are heading in two different directions since the last time they meet. The Packers are on the cusp of making the playoffs and the Bears season has spiraled into the toilet. Jay Cutler qb of the Bears has not lived up to the pre season hype, and he will have to take on the no. 1 defense in the NFL being the Green Bay Packers. This is a rivalry game so you never know what may happen. I believe the Packers will win and continue the drive to the playoffs.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

MNF=Smash-Mouth Football

The Green Bay Packers , facing the Baltimore Ravens Monday night, bring in the #1 overall ranked defense in the NFL. The Packers have not ranked #1 this far into the season since 1996, when they finished #1 at the end of that season.“W’s and L’s, that’s all I’m worried about.” Barnett said. “We’ll worry about the No. 1 defense and stats and stuff after the season because you’re not No. 1 unless you end the season No. 1.” The Packer's defense has stopped the run all year and will have a tough match-up against Ray Rice and the Raven's rushing attack. The Ravens bring in a top-ranked defense of their own. Both offenses might struggle to move the ball, but I believe the Packers have a better offense than the Ravens. In my opinion, Charles Woodson is playing better than most defensive backs and should be selected the Defensive MVP in 2009. I will be taking my Dad and a friend to the Packers vs. Ravens game on Monday night at Lambeau field. I can't wait to see Ray Lewis and Ravens take it on the chin from the Pack!

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Aaron Rodgers and Alex Smith revisited

This Sunday, at Lambeau Field ,the Packers take on the 49ers (who selected Alex Smith over Aaron Rodgers in the 2005 NFL draft). The two will be forever linked together, but both have taken different paths in their short NFL careers. They may look alike but that's where the similarities end. Alex Smith the No. 1 overall pick started right away for a bad 49er team and hurt his shoulder in 2007 and 2008, and has had 5 new offensive coordinators. Meanwhile, it was a blessing in disguise for Rodgers to drop to the No. 24 overall pick to the Packers. Rodgers rode the bench for his first 3 seasons behind Brett Favre but now is the future of the Green Bay Packers. Who knows what would have happened if the roles would have been reversed! “It still hurt when my name wasn’t called first, but it also hurt second, third, fourth all the way down to 23,” Rodgers said. “But I got here and was excited about it. The rest was history.
“It was difficult to go through that one day in April, but I think it’s made all the difference now.” The real kicker here is Mike McCarthy, the Packers head coach now, was the offensive coordinator for the 49ers at that time and played a part of the decision to take Alex Smith over Aaron Rodgers.
Also, I have some buddies coming into town Monday on Nov. 23 to check out the Cheech and Chong show at the Radisson Three Clans Ballroom. Defiantly never a dull time with these two in town.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Packers management on the hot seat

With two losess to the Minnesota Vikings and Brett Favre on the record book, accompanied with a loss to 0-7 Tampa Bay, Mike McCarthy and Ted Thompson are under fire!! It's hard to believe that 18 out of 22 starters from the Packers team that went 13-3 in 2007 are now facing a season like this. There are only two new defensive starters: Johnny Jolly replaced Corey Williams on the line, and linebacker Clay Matthews took over for Brady Poppinga. On offense, Josh Sitton starts at right guard in place of Jason Spitz and quarterback Aaron Rodgers has replaced the legendary Brett Favre.
As good as I think Rodgers is, I believe that Thompson underestimated Favre's leadership and quick release throws. I know the offensive line is in shambles, and Chad Clifton and Mark Tauscher are getting old, but that's no excuse why the team hasn't tried to upgrade these positions. The special teams have also has regressed, and the new 3-4 scheme hasn't lived up to the hype we originally heard.
There definitely will be a sense of urgency this weekend at Lambeau Field when the Packers take on the Dallas Cowboys. The Packers must win if they want any shot at making a push towards the playoffs. If not, this could be a long,long,long off season for the Packer players and management.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Packers look to rebound in the bay

The Green Bay Packers tickets for the next game at Lambeau Field are still in demand, as the team heads to Tampa for the battle of the bay. Coming off a very tough loss against the Vikings the Packers look to make a change at both tackle positions. Mark Tauscher and Chad Clifton both are pushing to start this weekend.
If McCarthy goes with Tauscher, it means the Packers will have their starting tackle duo of the previous nine seasons together for the first time in a long time. “No substitute for experience,” McCarthy said, “and Mark Tauscher and Chad Clifton have a ton of it. You see that just in the practice today, just some of the things that they do.” Be nice to see Aaron Rodgers upright this weekend.
With the Packers out of town for the weekend I'm looking for something to do with my girlfriend and found that Resch Center tickets are always a good idea.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Favre vs. Packers part 2

Sunday Nov. 1 marks the return of Brett Favre to Lambeau field. Possibly the most historic game ever to played at lambeau field next to the famous Ice Bowl. I believe there will be so many emotions running through the stadium Sunday afternoon.
Former Packer Ben Leber had this to say "So yes, I will be interested to see how Packer fans react -- and to what degree they ramp up their already boisterous support. Vikings linebacker Ben Leber, for one, said he doesn’t anticipate any trouble.
I already bought my tickets for the big game from Ticket King and Sunday cant come soon enough. There is so much hype behind this game and the division is at stake as well. I'm curious to see if there are more boo's than cheers. Let the drama begin!

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Driver to possibly make history this Sunday

Green Bay receiver Donald Driver is one catch away from breaking the franchise’s all-time record for career receptions. Driver has matched Sterling Sharpe's career record of 595.

Come watch Driver try and surpass Sharpe's record at 12:00 noon at Lambeau Field. “I would never have predicted it,” Driver told Wisconsin reporters this week. “In a million years, if someone said, ‘Well Donald, [a] seventh-round draft pick, you’re going to be the all-time leading receiver for the Packers,’ you would have never thought that would happen. To be this close to it, it means a lot. I think when it’s all said and done and the record is broken, I’ll be happy to put my name above Sterling for once in a lifetime. Not on everything, but at least I can say I got him on that one.”

Hopefully we will see DD doing a few Lambeau Leaps this weekend!

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Pack to take on the Mighty Lions

0-16! Not this year for the Detroit lions. With rookie starting QB Matthew Stafford at the helm the Lions seem to be on the prowl for their second victory of the year.
Come October 18 at 12:00, watch the Packers vs. Lions at Lambeau field for one of the last WARM weather games in Green Bay, WI.
Packers will be coming off of a bye week and will hopefully correct their problems with the offensive and defensive lines. If not, the Lions could feast on Aaron Rodgers. The Packers should beat the Lions unless they bring back Herman Moore and Barry Sanders.