This is going to be just like a home game anyway. The Green Bay Packers may as well wear their green jerseys on Sunday.
In all seriousness, the Packers actually will wear their home greens when they play at the Jacksonville Jaguars in week 1. The Jaguars, being the lot of pussies they are, have decided they’re going to wear their white road uniforms because it’s going to be too hot for them.
Temperatures are supposed to get into the 90s.
Usually, the Jaguars wear black at home and you know about black and heat.
Here’s an idea, Jacksonville. If you’re going to put your shitty JV team in a giant swampy, sweltering hellhole like Florida, maybe get some home jerseys that aren’t fucking BLACK!
Anyway, this is fitting for the Packers. We weren’t joking when we said it’s going to be like a home game for Green Bay. We outlined just why that’s the case right here. The Jaguars actually got a rare sellout because the Packers are in town.
Now, if they just lay down and take their curb stomping like they deserve, all will right.
I heard on the radio this morning that the temperature in Green Bay during training camp averaged 6 degrees warmer than the temperature in Jacksonville. Too funny.
I think teams from the north going south are more affected by the heat and humidity than southern teams coming north in the winter. How many times have we seen the Packers lay eggs when traveling south, even against vastly inferior teams.
Yes, I agree with you on teams travelling south. The point remains that this training camp, the temperature in Green Bay was on average 6 degrees warmer than Jacksonville. I live 90 minutes from Green Bay. I know it was plenty humid here all summer. If the first game needs to be played in Florida, the best time is now for this game to happen.
Maybe if this game is an egg layer, it has more to do with Sitton being let go than anything to do with the weather. It will be interesting to see the dynamics of the team going forward.