I've never seen Packers fans so down after a 20-point road win.
The Rams were without their quarterback, they have no receivers, and they haven't won a game since George W. Bush was in office, but the Packers put it to the Rams on Sunday. It was closer than it should have been for a while, but ultimately the Packers' superior talent and improved resolve took over.
I have a feeling I know why this win was so "tough" for Cheeseheads: the Vikings won, too. Not only did the Domequeens make an improbable comeback, complete with an impossible catch and booth review, but it came from a familiar face. Only this time, he was wearing enemy purple.
I can think of no better scenario for the Packers to face Minnesota than after Brett Favre's home debut in which he was the h ...
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Article written by Peter Bukowski