In other words, aren't three games in a divisional rivalry better than two?
Hello, football fans, and welcome to the 24-hour APC Open Thread! Many thanks to Kevin for allowing this silliness.
There are other Open Threads around SBN. Feel free to drop by any of them.
Battle Red Blog, home of the AFC South Eternal Threads. Very welcoming group of people, with quite the mix of Colts, Texans, and the occasional Jags fan. Disgust for the Titans is extremely welcome.
Bleeding Green Nation's NFC bEAST Eternal Threads.
Cat Scratch Reader Open threads. Very good group of people, well worth the visit if you have the chance.
Pats Pulpit Off-Topic Activities Threads. Essentially the same open threads that exist at the other blogs indicated.
Rules of the thread:
NO NAME-CALLING OTHER POSTERS ON THIS BLOG. There will be other people who stop by this thread. Yes, this is a Packers blog. Please refrain from trolling others, even virulent fans of rival teams. If you want a trash-talk thread (like the one we had in the Super Bowl), I can make one.
Absolutely NO SAYING YOU'RE THE FIRST PERSON TO POST
Since we've had some issues with people posting NSFW pictures, please keep in mind that some people might well read this thread at work. If you're going to post a picture that might be considered Not Safe For Work in any way, shape, or form, post a link to it instead of embedding it in the comment. That way, nobody gets in trouble.
Please remember that any time you spend on the APCOT's is entirely voluntary. The last I checked, nobody is forcing you to be here.
If you were one of the people who rec'd the previous open thread to move it to the Recommended FanPosts section, please go back to that previous thread now and un-rec it. That way, the previous thread will move out of that section, and these won't be cluttering APC as much.
With those rules in mind, have fun.
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