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The NFL’s Own Arrogance Could Be Its Downfall

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  The NFL is at the height of its popularity. The television contracts total over $5.5 billion for the rights to carry games on Thursday, Sunday and Monday, just this year. The owners just signed a new collective bargaining agreement that is more favorable to the league than most thought possible. The game is expanding […]

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What We Learned… From Week 3

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What We Learned… Nothing. We learned nothing. In a week where the defense played a fantastic game, shutting down a powerful offense and the Packers offense looked pedestrian and out of sync at best, it’s impossible to really learn anything. No one saw this coming. Most agreed that the game would be a shootout. With […]

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Quick Slants: Week 3 vs Detroit

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The offense couldn’t have started this game any worse. Do the Packers remember what routes on the route tree go over the middle? I love when the Packers have Peppers, Matthews and Neal on the field at the same time. Neal is quietly having a nice season. Jarrett Boykin starting the game ahead of Davante […]

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Breakdown Week 3 @ Detroit

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I feel like the Packers/Lions rivalry is overlooked. The rivalry with the Bears is legendary, and the natural neighborly rivalry with the Vikings is in effect even when the Vikes are terrible. Part of the reason this rivalry isn’t thought of more highly is because the Lions haven’t been able to make the big move […]

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Behind Enemy Lines… Detroit Lions Edition

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After demolishing the New York Giants on Monday Night Football in Week 1, the Detroit Lions fan base was sitting atop the football world. A 24-7 blowout loss to Carolina in Week 2 saw them come crashing back down to Earth. You’ve got to love those Lions. The Packers currently hold the advantage in the […]

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Player to Player: Week 3—Detroit Lions

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This weekend the Packers will begin a three week stretch against all three of their NFC North division opponents. The Packers will first take on the Detroit Lions. The Packers are coming off two tough games against the Seahawks and Jets and this game doesn’t look to be any easier. As the Packers prepare for […]

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