It wasn’t the Snow Bowl, but it was December football in Green Bay, Wisconsin. It wasn’t what we predicted at all. It was this, though — a Green Bay Packers team led by a motivated Aaron Rodgers shutting down the Houston Texans at the right time.
It was a final drive that was definitive. That closed the door. It was a depleted defense that came up with big plays when they needed to all day.
Perhaps it was a not-very-good Houston team. Perhaps it was the weather…
But the Packers still needed to show up and play… something they didn’t do for the middle part of this season.
Maybe they just need a reminder, “Oh, shit, there’s snow on the ground! We’re a cold-weather team! We should rub our vaginas real hard until they are warm and moist and then go play football!”
I’m not quite sure.
What I am quite sure of is the Packers wasted a shit-ton of amazing field position in this game. But look, IT WAS SNOWING!
That’s what Buffoon would tell you before telling you, “we need to play December football.”
That’s beside the point though. I firmly believe the players have tuned Buffoon out of the conversation.
The Packers’ offense wasn’t great. For whatever reason, Buffoon thought he could run James Starks, even though each and every thing suggests James Starks is a corpse of a running back. Christine Michael, our man Ty Montgomery… those guys could run, but let’s not run them.
Cold day, cold game, Fat Mike played the weather and he won. He won betting on the Texans being bad on offense, which they were — like they have been all season. He bet on Aaron Rodgers making one drive.
I would have bet on that too. Fourth quarter, Packers up 14-7, here’s the ball Aaron Rodgers. Go win this fucking game for us.
Aaron Rodgers won that game for us. I mean, thank you to that shitburger Texans corner who fell down and left Jordo wide open in the end zone, but… yes.
That’s all it was.
Listen, boys and girls — 6-6. The Vikings are even, but they’re an afterthought. The Lions will choke. They are the Lions!
This season isn’t over.
I’m not sure if I love that notion for fairly obvious reasons, but I will tell you one thing…
GBP — and FUCK everyone else!