Week 17 has concluded with a nail-biter against… *checks notes* …the fucking Lions?! Anyway, with that win, and the Seahawks’ loss to 49ers, the Green Bay Packers are officially the #2 seed going into the 2019 NFL Playoffs.
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(“not set” is essentially “unknown”)
A note on the above list: this includes areas within the city limits and not the surrounding metro areas of these cities. The most visited non-US city is London, UK. The “Orem” entry is actually bot traffic and should be ignored.
To quote Marshawn Lynch: Merry New Year
I’m going to have to visit this site more often as my non-Wisconsin city isn’t anywhere on that list.
I’m glad my country (Brazil) made it at least in the top 10.
A happy, prosperous, and Winning New Year to all. No matter how ugly it may look at times.
To you also Howard and the rest of filthy animals…..Be well. GO BUCKY!!
PF4L, Since there is no Packers news today, any thoughts on the moves at Green Bay East. Have you read the press releases from the Browns and Dorsey?
I haven’t yet, my past thoughts had me scratching my head why Dorsey hired Kitchens. Mistakes can be made, but it seems his judgement was way off on that one. there are a lot of huge ego’s on that team that need a high level guy to manage and keep the locker room right. When i think of that locker room, i only imagine it being a train wreck.
The only other thing i heard is that they are going to give McCarthy an interview. I don’t know if he’s the answer, but i would imagine he’ll be a lot better than Kitchens (if they go that route). Dorsey did such a good job with the Chiefs, i really thought he could put the Browns team together. Maybe he still can….idk.
Dorsey is gone. To me the press releases sounded as if the Browns owners wanted to take away some of Dorsey’s power in hiring a new head coach, and Dorsey wasn’t interested.
It says a lot that the Browns still have MM scheduled for a interview on Thursday with no new GM in place. Maybe the Browns plan on promoting from within? I think the Brown’s owner(s) want to be be in charge. Wasn’t that some of the Browns previous problems, a meddling ownership?
Wow…what i also remember hearing on the radio is something about where two of the teams looking for coaches were going to give the new head coach some input on GM hirings. which i’ve never heard of. I don’t know man but….it seems that the Haslam gang keeps giving themselves enough rope to hang themselves.
Elliot Wolf? ‾\_(ツ)_/‾