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Bradford Tied or Broke 34 Records This Season... Apparently..

Because I came up back in the days where me and my best friend would sit for hours waiting to get on AOL (Yes, kids, we had to wait in line to get online) I still spend a decent amount of time on sites like Yahoo(!). 510 more words

This Day in Dallas Cowboys History-Fearless Cowboys Dominate Green Bay to Advance to 1994 NFC Title Game

Cowboys’ receiver Alvin Harper speeds toward the end zone on a NFL playoff record setting 94 yard touchdown reception in the Cowboys’ 35-9 NFC Divisional round victory over the Green Bay Packers at Texas Stadium on January 8, 1995. 624 more words

Green Bay Packers: How Pack can shed Giant demons

The date was January 20th, 2008, a day that will live in Lambeau infamy. Favre and the Packers were hosting the NFC Championship in what would be the second coldest game in the history of the franchise, with a temperature of minus-1 and a wind chill of minus-23. 897 more words

NFL

Brett Favre names a surprising "team to beat" in the NFC

The Dallas Cowboys are the top seed in the NFC playoffs, but Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre thinks the Green Bay Packers are the “team to beat” in the NFC. 289 more words

NFL

Atlanta Falcons Team Headlines: Falcons Facing Coaching Changes During Playoff Preparations

By Shawn Lealos

The Atlanta Falcons clinched the NFC South pretty handily: They won with a two-game lead over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, their closest rivals; Matt Ryan ranked first in the NFL in quarterback rating; and the Falcons ranked second in the NFL in total offense. 614 more words

Sports

The Wonder of Aaron Rodgers

I have a confession to make: Initially, I hated Aaron Rodgers.

Perhaps hate is too strong of a word. But in 2008, after Brett Favre unretired and the Packers refused to give him his old job back, what other emotion was I supposed to feel? 561 more words

Essays

Aaron Rodgers: Comparing the 2016 Season to the 2011 and 2014 MVP Years

There is absolutely no doubt that quarterback Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers has placed himself in the discussion about who will be the NFL MVP in 2016. 948 more words