The Packers are making much of their playoff-like approach to the rest of the season. I applaud the effort, albeit with a bit of a suppressed smirk.
The focus is great! The idea of maximum effort going into defeating exactly one opponent is what they should strive for all the time.
But I can’t help but laugh a little bit. Yes, the Packers should focus only on the game ahead of them. Of course, they should! They’ve had enough trouble getting even a single win at a time that looking beyond any opponent would be foolish. On top of that, they haven’t won consecutive games since Weeks 3 and 4. Asking for more than one at a time would be silly.
At least they’re saying the right things, I guess.
It’s simple: all the Packers have to do is win six games in a row and get some help. Then a playoff berth is theirs!
Walker has been up and down this year, but he seems to be pointed in the right direction.
Hey, at least the Packers are still on the right side of 20.
Two running backs had remarkable games as pass catchers this weekend.
The headline: a guy catches a giant goldfish. The story: the goldfish is a well-known local fishing legend and is lovingly called “the Carrot” by those who have seen him.