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Green Bay Packers
The Jets did a very Jets thing yesterday and called a timeout moments before Geno Smith threw a beautiful, game-tying touchdown pass against the Packers late in the fourth quarter. Should the referees have let that happen?
The NFL 2014 is underway tonight (screw you, World Cup!), with the Packers visiting the Super Bowl Champion Seahawks (yeah, that was as weird to type as it is to say). We’ve been deprived of grown men running into each other at full speed for about seven months, so as Pharrell Williams sang outside the stadium, we’re “Happy!” So until kickoff, we’ll watch every form of pre-game analysis they throw at us. And the NFL Network knows that. So they put Marshall Faulk, Kurt Warner, Warren Sapp and Michael Irvin in the same room and had them discuss, well, not much of anything.
By the time Week 2 rolls around, we’ll likely be looking at a major injury or two that either happened in the preseason or during Week 1’s games. This dirty dozen set of bench warmers are just a bad break away from becoming quality Fantasy producers.
Seth Rogen Doesn’t Know Sh*t About Sports As He Thinks Of Aaron Rodgers As ‘Eli’s Brother Who Does State Farm Commercials’
If you have any Packers fan friends, be sure to serve them food and water while they watch this on repeat for eight months. (NOTE: The dude was called for offsides, so this doesn’t actually matter. Still, you can trick your friends into believing this. It’s a metaphor, or something.)
Wind chill, anyways. Sounds fun!
It’s always cold in Wisconsin in January. But we’re talking frostbite-level chilliness for Sunday’s Niners-Packers game.
Guys, it’s not like the terms of service agreement when you purchase new software off the Internet: you actually have to read the NFL rules. It’s your job.