The New England Patriots will face the Green Bay Packers this weekend.
The New England Patriots are a pretty good football team. The Green Bay Packers are a pretty good football team.
The Patriots have won seven in a row. The Packers have won three in a row and are undefeated at home, which is where this game will be played.
At 9-2, the Patriots are currently the No. 1 seed in the AFC. At 8-3, the Packers are currently the No. 2 seed in the NFC.
The Patriots sport the seventh-ranked offense in the NFL. The Packers offense is ranked eighth.
What does all of this mean?
THEY’RE PLAYING THE SUPER BOWL IN NOVEMBER IN GREEN BAY!
Right, Sports Illustrated?
How about you USA Today?
Super Bowl teams already penciled in! Nice!
Vegas must have something to say?
Please, media hacks, tell us more about how the Packers and Patriots will be meeting in the Super Bowl. We simply cannot have enough unoriginal hype!
A-Rod vs Brady.
A shootout in the SuperBowl.
It seems very nice football to watch!
One thing’s for sure. McCarthy and Capers will view this as their coaching yardstick game and will have stuff ready that we haven’t seen all year. A balanced attack with running and passing would be a way to win this game, but McCarthy can’t help but show the world he’s as good of a coach as Belichick and he’s afraid of Brady, so he’ll run the spread offense nearly every play.
At home the Packers are every bit as good as the Patriots, but I wonder if our coaches will mess it up.
Maybe you have such an inferiority complex but I doubt MM and Capers are worried about how people compare them to Belicheat, esp. since most people consider him a good coach but a cheater. Why would they throw new wrinkles out now instead of saving them for the Playoffs or the last conference game (which are more important than non-conference ones anyway)?
But instead of Katy Perry we get the Tundra Line.
To much season left. A loss means nothing here. Still in great shape for the run.
I refuse to believe the hype; agree with Skinny there’s too much season left. Regardless of the outcome of this game, we need to win out afterwards ESPECIALLY Detroit.
What worries me is the defensive inconsistency & Brady’s O-line. Let’s hope Clay is healthy & runs all over the place again. It would be nice to see bieberhair on his ass 4 or 5 times….
GO PACK GO!!!
I listen to a lot of WEEI sports radio, and they are consistently railing the Packers for their weak run D. As a New Englander, I respect the Pats, but I am wishing so much for Aaron to light up Revis and Browner just to shut the Boston sports commentators up.
WEEI are the biggest bunch of toolbags ever. What would happen if all Boston teams one day began to suck? I went to college in Boston for 4 years, and I remember how new the Patriots had seemed to me then. Now? Since they’ve been dominating their division for the last 14 years those morons seem to forget their team almost moved to St Louis in 1993…..
our biggest enemy is CM3 groin. Capers has no answer for that. Can we have Hawk play a position where he does not have to cover anybody or tackle anybody who is quick? Lacy will be key to our win. Got to find ways to get him ball in space and have him punish NE DB’s. Keep Brady off the field.
You better pray you don’t get crushed this weekend PUSSIES. We are taking a higher seeding BITCH
Quality TEs make Pack D look sad really sad.
And if that happens, we lose. Look at the defensive rankings and point differential– if we make it, we don’t want any part of the Pats.