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Tramon Williams Shows Packers Frustration

We’re frustrated. You’re frustrated. The Green Bay Packers are frustrated. What is the base of this frustration?

Losing, of course. However, it seems the frustration is based around coach Mike McCarthy like never before. We have given him several names. Buffoon. Fat Mike. Gravy Head. Gravy Fart.

McCarthy can’t seem to get out of his own goddam way this season. In the the loss to Seattle last Thursday, everyone wants to criticize the decision not to go for it on 4th-and-2 with 4:20 left in the game.

The Packers never got the ball back. And there’s a good reason for that. The defense was gassed and injuries were mounting.

Mismanagement, anyone?

Safety Tramon Williams is one of your veteran leaders. He was pissed after the game. Or “frustrated” as being pissed off is now labeled when you have to kowtow to someone’s ego. That didn’t go unnoticed. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the team’s offensive leader, has been “frustrated” at several points this season.

Both players have had to answer for their frustration. Here’s what Williams had to say.

“There’s going to be times guys come in here and show frustration,” Williams said. “But showing frustration may mean just coming in here and talking to your teammate. It’s a family. We’re all going through the same thing.

“We have to use each other to get through that. I got one game a year that I’m really frustrated. One game. I think it was the Seattle game.”

Thing is, the frustration is palpable. It’s not just one player and it appears to be boiling over.

At this point, there’s one opportunity to have a chance to save this season. That’s this week at Minnesota.

Even if that happens, McCarthy has to be gone. It’s not just us questioning his buffoonery anymore. It’s the guys on the team. You can’t function like that.

Don’t expect it during the season, but there’s no way the Packers can continue forward with McCarthy after this season. You can only ship out so many players before you have to wonder if the players are actually the problem.

Joseph Bonham

Joseph is a fiction writer when he isn't doing this. In his spare time he likes to do manly things like drink beer and procreate.



  1. PF4L November 20, 2018

    I think some of us here wanted serious changes after the fiasco of the Seattle game. I’m not naming anyone, but we were all proven correct. Because…i think (know) it has been well proven in retrospect that, that was the time.

    1. Cheese November 20, 2018

      Well, “IF” this is the year McCarthy finally does get his leaving papers just remember that it only took Murphy four years and a new GM to act on it. Much like Capers who was at least four years past his expiration date. At that rate, we might make it to the Super Bowl by 2035. Good thing Rodgers is never going to retire.

  2. Karen Dervetski November 20, 2018

    The Packers ha e looked at everything as a problem, except one, MM. I’m done.

  3. Karen Dervetski November 20, 2018

    Questions: Why dont we use more pick and/or rub routes? Has Kumerow been traded? Why isn’t he activated yet? Help answer these for me.

  4. KILLER November 21, 2018

    Scapegoaters gonna scape those goats. Gravylickers grande forte is scapegoating. Injuries… Capers… TT… Brandon Bostick… Barnett… QB coach… Sitton… 22 year faithful groundskeeper… and so many more I am not including here.

    But then… the scapegoater eventually inevitably gets scapegoated himself. Except, not really, because scapegoaters are not too good at their jobs… they are good a scapegoating instead. Can’t be good at everything! So really, it is more like they run out of scapegoats.

    As a Vikings fan I am really rooting for Gravylicker to somehow keep his job… but not if that involves defeating the Vikings!

  5. ted November 24, 2018

    Who fucking cares about your viqueers!!! Go somewhere else and spout off about those fucktards!! That team has and will never win anything meaningful!!!!