Thursday, December 30, 2004

A Score to Settle

The may have won their division and they already have a playoff spot, but you won't see Brett Farve sitting down after his fist series nor will you see any other starter from the Packer sit down at all.

This Sunday's game will be the 168th meeting between the Packers and their rivals, the Chicago Bears.

Think back to the second Bears contest of the season. Don't think the Packers have forgot about the 21-10 loss given to them at the hands of the Bears. A little scored needs to be settled to start the New Year off right.

Monday, December 20, 2004

Jaguars Freeze Out Packers

from Packers.com the official site of the Green Bay Packers
Who knew the Jacksonville Jaguars were a cold-weather team?

Byron Leftwich threw two touchdown passes, Fred Taylor rushed for 165 yards and a touchdown and Rashean Mathis picked off Brett Favre twice, helping the Jaguars (8-6) stay in the thick of the AFC playoff race with a 28-25 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

Temperatures were in the single digits and the wind chill was well below zero.

"A team that plays in Florida in the 80s and 70s, you just can't condition your body for the temperatures you are going to feel," Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio said. "But you can condition your mind and I felt we were ready from that standpoint."

Said Packers coach Mike Sherman: "They have the talent to play in any conditions."

Jaguars safety Donovin Darius was ejected for a helmet-stripping, clothesline hit that sent wide receiver Robert Ferguson to the hospital with 4:41 remaining. Ferguson temporarily lost feeling in his legs, but regained feeling in an ambulance.
For once, it was the Packers who played as if they couldn't wait to get inside.

Favre turned over the ball four times and fell to 31-4 at home after Dec. 1, losing for just the second time in 40 cold-weather games at home.

Nevertheless, the Packers (8-6) became the ninth team in NFL history to reach the playoffs after a 1-4 start. They clinched before kickoff because Chicago, Dallas, Carolina and New York all lost in the run-of-the-mill NFC.

"We're in the playoffs?" Packers lineman Mark Tauscher responded incredulously. "I'll take your word for it."

The Packers fell into a tie with Minnesota atop the NFC North after the Vikings edged Detroit 28-27 Sunday. They travel to Minneapolis for a Christmas Eve matinee that will decide the division.

"Our goal is to win the division and that is still out there," Sherman said.

Favre hit Antonio Chatman with a 6-yard touchdown throw and found Donald Driver for the 2-point conversion to pull Green Bay to 28-25 with 1:08 left. But Jacksonville safety Nick Sorensen recovered the onside kick and the Jaguars handed Green Bay its fourth loss at Lambeau Field this season.

Leftwich was battered all afternoon, bruising his left wrist in the second quarter on a hit by Cullen Jenkins, but he hung in to guide the Jaguars to a season-high points total. Favre also was hurt in the second quarter and played with tape on his left wrist and thumb after jamming it into the ground.

The drive ended when safety Deon Grant stripped the ball away from Driver in the end zone.

Driver's 32-yard catch gave Green Bay a 17-14 lead in the third quarter, but Taylor put the Jaguars ahead for good 90 seconds later with a 32-yard run.

Then Mathis intercepted in the end zone on first-and-goal from the 3, "the easiest pick I ever had," Mathis said.

"I hope I never do that again," Favre said.
Then, Del Rio went on fourth-and-goal from the 1 and rookie Greg Jones rewarded the risk with a touchdown that gave Jacksonville a 28-17 lead with 10 minutes left.

"We were ready for the cold mentally," Del Rio said. "And we did not let the elements dictate how we played."

The Packers sure did.

It was typical Green Bay winter weather: 12 degrees at kickoff with a wind chill of minus-3. As Leftwich said, "This was beyond cold."

But it was the Packers who looked completely out of their element.

Green Bay committed 12 penalties for 101 yards, Ryan Longwell 's streak of 45 straight field goals inside 40 yards ended and Ahman Green fumbled at the Jaguars 10, one of four Packers turnovers inside the Jacksonville 23.

"They beat us in supposedly our elements," Tauscher said. "The AFC is just a better conference this year."

About the only thing that went right for the Packers was safety Darren Sharper's heads-up touchdown.

Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila pummeled Leftwich and the ball squirted loose for what appeared to be an incompletion. While linebackers Hannibal Navies and Nick Barnett walked away from the ball, Jacksonville guard Vince Manuwai nonchalantly picked it up. Sharper came rushing in, poked it away, scooped it up and scampered 15 yards into the end zone.

Wednesday, December 15, 2004

Butler: It Wasn't Pretty, But It Counts The Same

by LeRoy Butler, Special To Packers.com
While it wasn't the prettiest game, the Green Bay Packers got back on the right track with a big win at home against a division opponent Sunday, beating the Detroit Lions. And it doesn't matter how you get there, the only thing that counts is that you end up in the lead at the end of the game.

Although it was a great victory, with the Packers defense, it seems that you can almost pick your poison. Either they aren't going to play very well against the pass, or they're going to have trouble defending the run.

In the first half, the Packers had plenty of trouble defending the run. For some reason, the defense really picked it up in the second half. Kevin Jones came into the game after a 196-yard effort against the Arizona Cardinals and was a hot running back.

He showed again on Sunday why he's got a bright future in this league as he ran for over 100 yards in the first half. But the second half was a different story as the Packers came out after halftime and shut down Jones and the rest of the Lions team.

Overall, the defense played pretty well Sunday. If you look at them falling behind 13-0, and then holding that team scoreless in the second half - not to mention holding them to under 50 yards passing - that was a good performance.

I know the wind and the weather helped them out, but still the guys played hard and in the second half, there was a fire lit up under the defense.

Offensively, Brett Favre had a slow start. I think it may have been the first time in his career that he went through the first quarter without completing a pass.

But if you were on that field or at that game, you know how much of a factor the wind really was. If you weren't at the game, you just had to look at the field goals that Ryan Longwell kicked. He would start them at the left goal post and they would get blown back right down the middle.

But it seems that Brett Favre is the only quarterback in the league that can throw through the strong winds of Lambeau Field consistently. Those winds were some of the strongest that I've ever felt in Green Bay and it took Brett and the receivers a little while to get connected in the passing game.

Ahman Green and the offensive line have to take over in conditions like we saw on Sunday. They did a very good job, not only Ahman, but Tony Fisher and Najeh Davenport as well. Having three backs like that, you can always rotate a fresh runner in late in the game and take advantage of a tired defensive line.

In a game like Sunday's, you look for opportunities to make big plays, and that's what Brett Favre did on his touchdown pass to Donald Driver. Driver showed great concentration to go up between two defenders to come up with that touchdown. That's the kind of excitement that this team brings to the field.

I've told you guys over and over again that it may be like that sometimes - that the Green Bay Packers may be behind a touchdown or two, but they are never out of it. Great teams find ways to win games.

The Packers seem to be getting healthy now and are in good shape going into these last three crucial games. With a win Sunday, the Green Bay Packers can get to one of their goals - which is the first goal every year - to get into the playoffs.

I think the coaching staff did a great job last week in getting the team ready and keeping them focused after a tough loss. They kept the team together and kept them focused on the big picture and ready to come out and win a crucial division game.

That's the good thing about the National Football League - each week you have a chance to redeem yourself. The Packers did just that on Sunday, and I look for them to keep rolling as December goes along.

Tuesday, November 30, 2004

Rams vs. Packers

from ESPN.com

"I'm humbled by it," Favre said. "It is an honor to put on an NFL uniform. Just to suit up once is a dream and everything I've done after that is a bonus. I'm living a dream every day."

Backup tailback Najeh Davenport rushed for 178 yards and rookie cornerback Ahmad Carroll, the Packers' top draft pick, had his first career fumble recovery, touchdown and interception as the Packers (7-4) won their sixth straight to keep pace with Minnesota atop the NFC North.

"When you get drafted by Green Bay, the first thing you think of is playing with Brett Favre," Carroll said. "When I go home, the first question people ask me is, 'How does it feel playing with Brett Favre? What did he say in practice? How is he?'

"He is not like other people in the NFL."

That's for sure.

Favre's record streak of starts moved to 219, counting playoffs, and is almost 100 more than Ron Jaworski's previous NFL quarterback mark of 123.

Favre took over for an injured Don Majkowski on Sept. 27, 1992. Since then, 11 of his backups have gone on to start for another team. Last week, Eli Manning became the 178th quarterback to have started a game in the NFL since Favre last came off the bench.

The Rams have had 13 quarterbacks in that span.

Favre didn't like the hoopla surrounding his 200th regular-season start.

"It was a lot of pressure to perform," he said. "I didn't need all the added attention. (But) I treated this no different than any other game."

Davenport said after the fifth-highest single-game rushing total in franchise history that he was just glad to be a part of Favre's memorable night.

"Brett Favre is unbelievable. It's a great honor to play with him," Davenport said. "Who knows how long he's going to be around ... He's like an old man, but he's young at heart."

Favre topped 20 touchdown passes for the 11th straight season, breaking a tie with Dan Marino on a 7-yard toss to tight end Bubba Franks in the second quarter that made it 14-3. He also threw touchdown passes to Javon Walker and Donald Driver.

Favre didn't have his co-star, Ahman Green, who was out with injured ribs. But Davenport came up with a strong imitation, gaining 178 yards on 19 carries in his first NFL start even though he had two sore hamstrings and injured his ribs, too, on his third carry.

"You wouldn't expect anybody to do that to you," Rams coach Mike Martz said.

Marc Bulger threw for more yards -- 448 -- against Green Bay than any quarterback ever had, completing 35 of 53 passes, but he was overshadowed by Favre and St. Louis (5-6) missed a chance to tie Seattle atop the NFC's woeful West.

"Any time you play against Brett Favre, you're not going to get the spotlight," Bulger said. "It was his night."

Isaac Bruce caught nine passes for 170 yards and a touchdown but his two fumbles were returned for touchdowns, one by Carroll to start the scoring and one by Michael Hawthorne to cap the rout in the final minute. Carroll also picked off a pass in the end zone that was intended for Bruce early in the third quarter.

Bruce's 4-yard TD catch just before halftime brought St. Louis to 21-10, and in the third quarter Martz made a questionable call -- a fake field goal when a 42-yarder by Jeff Wilkins would have made it a one-possession game. Wilkins was stuffed 12 yards shy of the first down on fourth-and-7.

"We didn't make it, so I wish we hadn't done it," Martz said. "I felt like we needed the points."

Not only did the Rams get nothing out of a nearly eight-minute drive, but the Packers went 71 yards in four plays, capped by Driver's leaping 16-yard touchdown catch that gave Green Bay a 28-10 lead.

Bulger's 8-yard TD toss to Marshall Faulk made it 28-17, but the Rams never got any closer.

Davenport capped his night with a 40-yard touchdown run on fourth-and-1 with 1:52 left to make it 38-17.

Rookie cornerback Joey Thomas forced a fumble on the Rams' first possession, and Carroll picked it up and ran 40 yards for his first career touchdown and gave Green Bay a 7-0 lead it would never relinquish.

It was the Packers' first recovery of an opponent's fumble since Sept. 19 against Chicago.

"We never looked back after that," Favre said.

Monday, November 22, 2004

Favre Leads Packers To Victory

AP Story, from NFL.com

Brett Favre sat silently as his Green Bay teammates anxiously chatted during halftime.

Trailing by 10 points and down to only one healthy tailback, the Packers were desperately searching for an offensive spark. They found the solution in a familiar place.

"I just listened because I knew what we needed to do," Favre said. "And the talk wasn't going to get it done."

Favre led the Pack all the way back in the fourth quarter and Ryan Longwell kicked a 46-yard field goal as time expired, sending the Packers to their fifth straight win, 16-13 over the Houston Texans.

Favre completed 6 of 7 passes for 42 yards on the final drive -- the only incompletion came when he spiked the ball to stop the clock -- to complete Green Bay's rally from a 10-point deficit in the final quarter.

He finished 33 of 50 for 383 yards with two interceptions and a touchdown to Houston native Donald Driver in the fourth period. Driver had quite a homecoming, catching 10 passes for 148 yards.

Favre "gives you confidence that he is going to do something special in those situations," Packers coach Mike Sherman said. "To be able to rely on his leadership and abilities at those times gives us an opportunity to win a game like this."

The Packers sputtered on offense throughout the first three quarters and clearly missed injured star tailback Ahman Green, who was knocked out of the game with a rib injury in the second quarter. He finished with 15 yards on only five carries.

Relying on a third-string tailback (Tony Fisher ) and a guy called up from the practice squad (Walter Williams), Favre was forced to shoulder much of the offensive burden.

"At one point, we were totally out of running backs," Favre said. "We had to alter our game plan some and had to abandon our running game a little bit."

That proved to be a good move.

Favre finally got going in the fourth quarter, leading the Packers on a seven-play, 81-yard drive he capped with a 24-yard touchdown pass to Driver.

Favre made a deft pump fake on the play, fooling rookie cornerback Dunta Robinson and giving Driver a wide-open path into the end zone.

It also extended Favre's streak of games with a touchdown pass to 35 games, second in NFL history to Johnny Unitas' 47 games.

The Packers scored again on Longwell's 38-yard field goal midway through the quarter, tying the game at 13.

Favre failed on his first attempt to break the tie, throwing an interception to Robinson, who was running step for step with receiver Antonio Chatman.

But the Texans went three plays and out for the third straight time, and Favre predictably came through in the clutch.

Green Bay (6-4) stayed tied with Minnesota for first place in the NFC North.

The Texans (4-6) played on national TV for the first time since their inaugural game against the Dallas Cowboys in 2002, a span of 40 games. Houston came through that night with a stunning 19-10 win over the heavily favored Cowboys.

Before a record crowd of 70,769 at buzzing Reliant Stadium, the Texans hoped to summon a little more prime-time magic.

The third-year team came up short, losing its third straight and learning a valuable lesson about letting a veteran team hang around.

"You don't get many chances to play in front of big audiences like tonight," said Andre Johnson, who had 107 yards receiving on six catches. "When you get no points in the second half, you just can't do that, playing against a team like that with Brett Favre."

Texans quarterback David Carr started fast, but finished with a thud.

Midway through the second quarter, Carr connected with Johnson for a 49-yard pass to the Green Bay 6. Carr found Domanick Davis in the flat on the next play for a 7-3 lead.

At halftime, Carr was 8-of-15 for 115 yards. After the break, he went 5-for-11 for 49 yards as the Texans were so bad on offense the crowd started booing. Davis was held to 65 yards on 21 carries -- about right for a team that ranks 31st in yards per carry.

"To go out and not score anything in second half is not acceptable," Texans guard Todd Wade said. "It's embarrassing."

After being decimated by Jake Plummer and Peyton Manning in consecutive weeks, Houston's beleaguered defense held Favre in check for three quarters. The fourth quarter, though, is the one that matters most with Favre: The 14-year veteran engineered his 32nd final-quarter comeback.

Monday, November 08, 2004

Key Issues

From FoxSports.com

The team needs to get back to the blitzing style it worked on all offseason. That means rookie CBs Ahmad Carroll and Joey Thomas have to become reliable parts of the dime package. The coaches must devise a way to put the athletic but mistake-prone duo in situations where they can succeed, which might mean moving them around and making them a part of the blitz package to lessen their exposure to tough coverage situations. Coach Mike Sherman must continue to be involved heavily in the offense on game day. When Sherman is calling plays, QB Brett Favre continually hears about ball security and better understands what Sherman wants done.

The Packers can compete with the NFL's elite only on offense, and a playoff run will require that unit to stay in top form every week to make up for the defense's shortcomings.

Monday, October 18, 2004

Packers Roll Over Lions 38-10

AP Story, offical Packer site

Brett Favre and Darren Sharper have forgotten more motivational speeches than they can remember.

If the Green Bay Packers bounce back this season from their awful start, the pep talk head coach/GM Mike Sherman delivered the night before playing at Detroit will be memorable.

That did the trick. Favre threw two touchdown passes, and Sharper scored off an interception to lead the Packers to a 38-10 win over the Lions.

Green Bay (2-4) had lost four straight for the first time in 13 years and is 0-3 at home for the first time since 1988.

In an odd twist, Detroit (3-2) has won both its road games -- after losing an NFL record 24 straight -- but fell to 1-2 at home.

The lopsided game was close until Sharper stepped in front of Joey Harrington's forced pass early in the third quarter and returned it 36 yards -- with a juke move and a hurdle into the end zone -- to give the Packers a 24-10 lead.

Favre, who talked about retirement with his 5-year-old daughter as he drove her to kindergarten this week, was effective despite missing Robert Ferguson for the whole game and Javon Walker for much of it. Donald Driver made up for the losses with nine receptions for 110 yards and two TDs.

Favre was 25 of 38 for 257 yards. He extended his streak with a TD pass to 31 games, passing Dan Marino and trailing only Johnny Unitas' record run of 47 straight. Favre played in his 197th game with the Packers, passing Bart Starr for No. 1 in franchise history.

With 165 yards passing in the first half, Favre surpassed Fran Tarkenton for fourth place on the NFL career list with 47,106.

Ahman Green ran for 81 yards, the most against Detroit this season, and threw a 20-yard TD pass to Driver to put Green Bay ahead 38-10 early in the fourth. Najeh Davenport added 62 yards rushing and a touchdown.

The Packers hope this win will get them back into the playoff race in the NFC. Just eight teams have reached the postseason after a 1-4 start.

The Lions were booed at home, something the Packers have dealt with lately.

Most of the displeasure was voiced by Lions fans when Harrington made one of his many inaccurate, or short passes. Harrington completed 12 of 23 passes for just 101 yards with a TD and an interception.

It looked like Harrington would have much-needed help when Roy Williams was activated despite a sprained ankle, but the rookie receiver was relegated to the sideline in full uniform because of concerns about making the injury worse.

The backfield also didn't help Harrington, who ran for a team-high 12 yards.

Detroit went 67 yards on its TD drive in the first half, but gained just 40 on the other six first-half possessions. In the second half, the Lions gained just 18 yards and didn't have a first down.

The Lions were off to a good start -- and Green Bay wasn't -- because of turnover margin. Detroit created nine more turnovers than it gave up through four games while the Packers had a minus-9 differential. On Sunday, the Packers didn't have one turnover and Detroit had one.

Thursday, September 30, 2004

Defense Must Get After Warner

by Dave Lawrence, Packers.com

When the New York Giants come to Wisconsin Sunday to meet the Packers, they will be led by a familiar face - familiar at least to Brett Favre, and anyone else that was in camp with the Pack back in 1994.

Quarterback Kurt Warner, whose tenure as a Packer pre-dates his now-famous story of traveling from the Arena Football League, to NFL Europe, to superstardom with the St. Louis Rams, will be under center for the Giants.

The two-time league MVP, who also picked up a Super Bowl ring with the Rams, first broke into the NFL as an undrafted free agent when he signed with the Packers out of the University of Northern Iowa in 1994.

Coming off of two difficult seasons in St. Louis, the signal-caller looks to have regained some of his old form as he's directed the Giants to a 2-1 record thus far in the young season.

Linebacker Nick Barnett is not buying into the reports that Warner isn't the same player he used once was, and is prepared to face the quarterback that lit up the league from 1999 to 2001...

Defensive end Aaron Kampman, who grew up and went to college in Iowa, is very familiar with the story of the man he will be trying to harass all afternoon Sunday...

The lineman did go on to say that the defense will try to exploit some of the knocks that have dogged Warner over the past few years, such his lack of mobility and the fact that he sometimes will stand in the pocket for a long time searching for open receivers.

Barnett expects that the pressure defense employed by coordinator Bob Slowik will be in full effect Sunday, and he knows that they must be more successful in reaching their target in the backfield than in their two recent losses...



Go Packers!

Thursday, September 09, 2004

Still Holding

Michael Hawthorne has now acquired the starting position at conerback after beating out the Packers first round draft pick, Ahmad Carroll. Originally the position belonged to the Packers defensive star of 2003, Mike Mekenzie. Mekenzie is still a hold out, after being upset with the team when several lesser talented conerbacks were being compensated more than him. When April came around, Mekenzie asked to be traded. In the end, head coach Mike Sherman says Mekenzies' hold out has not been a distraction, and it hasn't.

The battle between Hawthorne and Carroll this pre-season proved both can play, yet Hawthorne will have the upper hand over Carroll against Carolina. Hawthorne picked up from the Saints, was team mates with Jake Delhomme from 2000-2002. Hawthorne has more than enough knowledge and practice against Delhomme. I am sure this is why the coaches started Hawthorne over Carroll.

Carroll was a three year stand out at Arkansas and was the 25 pick overall in the draft this year. Carroll gave a taste of what he can do with a pick in the final pre-season game.

from ESPN.com
"And Carroll is going to play, he's going to play in the base, as well. He's just not going to start the game," Sherman said.



Thursday, September 02, 2004

Rookie Ahmad Carroll's Big Break

From NFL.com

Green Bay Packers rookie cornerback Ahmad Carroll could get his first start on Friday at Tennessee.

Coach Mike Sherman said Wednesday that Carroll would replace Michael Hawthorne at left cornerback, if his strained back does not improve.

When asked if Carroll would get the start, Sherman said, ``As of right now, it looks that way because Hawthorne hasn't been able to get out on the field. So, if Hawthorne is not out there, Carroll will start.''

Carroll, taken 25th overall in the April draft, has lined up in Hawthorne's place at practice all week.

"I'm always ready to step in,'' Carroll said. ``Wherever the coaches want me at, I'll be able to play.''

The speedy, 5-foot-10 Carroll, meanwhile, has pleased the coaches with his progress.
Carroll struggled with penalties in the first two exhibition games, but was penalty-free and broke up his first pass of the preseason against the Jaguars. His nine tackles rank fourth on the team.

Friday, August 27, 2004

Pressure on Kenny Holmes for Friday Nights Game

From NFL.com

Unable to develop a pass-rusher opposite Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, the Green Bay Packers signed former New York Giants defensive end Kenny Holmes on Wednesday.

Holmes participated in practice after arriving about an hour into the workout.
Coach Mike Sherman said he hopes to have the 6-foot-4, 260-pound veteran play 10-12 snaps in third-down situations Friday night at Jacksonville.

``Not having been in camp, obviously I'm not going to stress him too much,'' Sherman said.

Holmes, who signed a one-year deal worth $660,000 and a $25,000 signing bonus, visited the Packers last week for the second time to have his surgically repaired right knee inspected.

A 1997 first-round pick by Tennessee out of the University of Miami, Holmes has 38 career sacks, including five in nine games last year with the Giants before undergoing season-ending knee surgery on Nov. 15.

``My knee feels great. I've been running around here for the last five or six months on it, and I haven't had any troubles with it,'' Holmes said.

Monday, August 23, 2004

Green Bay 19, New Orleans 14

Well, we're 1-1 now after a close game at home. From Yahoo Sports:

Brett Favre completed 11 of 17 passes for 149 yards, including passes of 30 and 31 yards to Antonio Chatman, who sprained his right ankle on the second-half kickoff.

"For a small receiver (5-foot-9), he sure played big today," Favre said of Chatman.

Ryan Longwell had field goals of 30, 38, 42 and 32 yards for Green Bay.

Brooks, who sat out the Saints' preseason opener, completed 7 of 13 passes for 44 yards against a dizzying array of blitzes before hobbling off. On the next series, New Orleans backup running back Aaron Stecker left the game with a neck stinger when he was hit by linebacker Nick Barnett and fumbled.

"They blitzed every snap," Saints coach Jim Haslett said.

At least it seemed that way.

"Well, I guess that's what their trademark is going to be this year, so that's going to be what they want to work on," Haslett said.


I never know what to make of preseason games, and with a mixed performance both against Seattle and New Orleans, it's hard to see the full capabilities of the team at this point. Hopefully the next two games at Jacksonville and at Tennesee will show just how strong this Packers team is.

Sunday, August 08, 2004

draft coverage

Overall, some promising picks:


Ahmad Carroll CB Arkansas
Joey Thomas CB
Donnell Washington DT Clemson
B.J. Sander P Ohio St
Corey Williams DT Arkansas St.
Scott Wells C Tennessee


It'll be interesting to see how these rookies do in Seattle...

Wednesday, July 28, 2004

2004 Packers Schedule

Here's the new 2004 Green Bay Packers schedule for all you cheeseheads (from NFL.com):

2004 Preseason
Date Opponent Time/Result
Aug. 16 Seattle 8:00 p.m.
Aug. 21 New Orleans 8:00 p.m.
Aug. 27 at Jacksonville 8:00 p.m.
Sept. 3 at Tennessee 8:00 p.m.

2004 Schedule
Date Opponent Result
Sept. 13 at Carolina 9:00 p.m.
Sept. 19 Chicago 1:00 p.m.
Sept. 26 at Indianapolis 4:15 p.m.
Oct. 3 New York Giants 1:00 p.m.
Oct. 11 Tennessee 9:00 p.m.
Oct. 17 at Detroit 1:00 p.m.
Oct. 24 Dallas 4:15 p.m.
Oct. 31 at Washington 1:00 p.m.
Nov. 7 Open Date
Nov. 14 Minnesota 4:15 p.m.
Nov. 21 at Houston 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 29 St. Louis 9:00 p.m.
Dec. 5 at Philadelphia 4:15 p.m.
Dec. 12 Detroit 1:00 p.m.
Dec. 19 Jacksonville 1:00 p.m.
Dec. 24 at Minnesota 3:00 p.m.
Jan. 2 at Chicago 1:00 p.m.



All times are Eastern

Thursday, July 22, 2004

new green bay packers blog

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