I'd like to say it's a happy Tuesday, but our rivals to the west might have to start threatening to take their business elsewhere. Ask any Pittsburgh Steelers fan how funny it was when the Browns went away. They felt robbed of your rival. If you're in the dark about what's happening, no problem! That's what we're here for. Here's your daily Green Bay Packers news and links.
As much as we like to crack jokes about the Love Boat and the Vikings' hilarious personnel decisions, Zygi Wylf is actually a pretty good owner. He wants a new stadium for the team just about any way he can get it. He's willing to put it downtown or in the suburbs, he's willing to kick in private money to finance it, and he's let other local teams get their stadiums through local government first. Local government isn't willing to play ball with him at all. If he wants a stadium, he's going to have to threaten to go sign a lease at Farmer's Field in Los Angeles.
Come on guys, you can correctly use the word 'obfuscated' but you don't know the difference between 'whose' and 'who's'? Bad form. Despite that typo, this is a great piece by Thomas at Jersey Al's.
Hey, I haven't seen a Brent Favre post pop up in my RSS for a while. Welcome back.
This site's former managing editor on how the Packers sacrifice the run to set up big plays on play action passes.
The team website's story on Donald Driver's dance, which you can watch below.
More from around SB Nation after the jump
Jason Garrett hired the S&C coach that served under Jimmy Johnson, and he didn't get to conduct offseason workouts last season, just like everyone else.
You would think Moore would at least be a great consultant/adviser for the team, especially now that the Polians are gone.
The Pats use a lot more 4-3 than the Packers do, so I think Perry would be a great pick for them if he falls to 31.
Yes, this includes weed.