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.