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This Is the Worst Packers’ Highlight Reel Ever

As they do every year, the Green Bay Packers are promoting the fact that they are going to put fan photos on tickets. Although we don’t care — they didn’t take my photo with Alfred E. Neuman, AKA Mark Murphy, several years ago — many Wisconsin media outlets are promoting this for the Packers.

And here is the worst package ever put together for that or anything else.

Let’s review this highlight package.

  1. Incomplete pass thrown by Brett Hundley. Overthrown, in fact, to an open Davante Adams.
  2. A Saints running back running for a touchdown, pretty much untouched by the Packers’ defense.
  3. Matthew Stafford, of the Detroit Lions, throwing a touchdown against the same Packers’ defense.

This is TMJ4 in Milwaukee. I could be wrong, but isn’t TMJ4 one of the Packers’ broadcast partners, at least for the preseason? Shouldn’t they be able to find better Packers’ highlights?

They should, regardless and for that reason, an intern was probably fired.

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Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

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4 Comments

  1. Cheese March 10, 2018

    Lol, WTF? I guess that was last season in a nutshell.

  2. KILLER March 10, 2018

    You found me! I’m a Videographer at TMJ4!

  3. Big B March 11, 2018

    Awesome. Why not include some TJ Rubley footage, the Favre Championship playoff pick, and the Bostick muffed onside kick?
    Something is rotten in the state of TMJ.

  4. cz March 12, 2018

    That
    Packers is why you dont
    Sucked pay attention to the subliminal
    Last messages in photos and
    Season videos alongside articles or stories.

    Instead. Have some compassion for the geek masses … who will never score td on a stage … or bench 225 more than once in a row … who resort to a life of Star Trek/Wars episides and cosplay to belong… let them have some fun in the real world, where the gifted bodies make multimillion money per year and they are always behind the scene, as video editors