Sunday seemed like just another day at the office for Aaron Rodgers. Completing nearly 80% of his passes and tossing 3 touchdowns in a season saving 38-10 win over the mighty Seahawks, Rodgers seemed like his normal self to those who did not watch the game. During the game however,
For the final week of the NFL season, teams are still battling for playoff positioning, players and coaches have one last week to impress their old team or possible new team, and fans are prepping for the potential euphoria or disappointment of their team. Out of the sixteen games being
Halfway through the NFL season, the league is wide open. Records are being broken. Surprise teams are breaking through. Former playoff teams are failing. It has been quite a year so far.
It's only fitting that in an NFL season that has been so crazy and unpredictable, multiple players are making
Aaron Rodgers dropped back to pass on first down. To his right, he saw a wide open Jordy Nelson. He hit Nelson in stride, who juked a few Carolina defenders and scored a touchdown. It was flawless, much like Green Bay's entire game.
Rodgers threw for three touchdowns for the fourth
The last time the Carolina Panthers and Green Bay Packers met was in 2011, Cam Newton's rookie season. That game was a shootout, as Newton passed for 432 yards and Aaron Rodgers threw for 308. The Packers won that game 30-23.
A similar scenario presents itself on Sunday, as the Panthers
I was out getting a coffee and the barista commented on my 49ers shirt; she mentioned that while she’s a Seattle Seahawks fan, she actually roots for the Niners because it makes the rivalry, now one of the hottest in the NFL, better; it is a match-up of two great