Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Vikings Humiliated By Packers

It’s late and we just finished listening to the post-game show on WTMJ-Milwaukee, which went until 1:00 a.m. Central time. Was that a great game to watch, or what? For once, we get a game that didn’t go down to the wire, and it’s GREAT to clobber and sweep the Minnesota (for now) Vikings in 2011. QB Aaron Rodgers (above) was stellar as usual, and has to be head and shoulders above anyone else for the league M.V.P. honors.


Two outstanding TD’s from WR Jordy Nelson tonight.

Only seven incompletions, four TDs, and no INTs... again. Wow.

WR Randall Cobb needs to work on the drops, but has great potential. A very exciting punt return for a TD tonight, and almost a kickoff return for the same.

Nice to see LB Clay Matthews in the backfield again.

There was too much of this tonight. The offensive line needs to clean it up.

RB Ryan Grant will not be in Green Bay next year. James Starks will.

WR Greg Jennings visits with some fans after a beautiful TD catch.

The defense played much better this week, even though Minnesota has only won two games.

On his way to re-writing the record books in Titletown.

To watch the NFL Network highlights of the game, click here.

WR Greg Jennings’ post-game interview is here.

Aaron Rodgers’ post-game press conference is here.

Mike McCarthy’s victory press conference is here.

Sound bites from around the locker room can be seen here.

Sights and sounds from around Lambeau can be seen here.

Discussion of whether or not the Packers have a championship defense is here.

Tuesday evening, we are heading to Milwaukee to see the N.F.L.’s production of the “Lombardi” play which ran on Broadway last year. We talked to someone who went Saturday night and really enjoyed it. We are looking forward to it and will let you all know what it was like. The Packerville, U.S.A. blog may or may not be updated Tuesday night, as it will be a late arrival home after the play.

Enjoy this season, fans. These 9-0 runs happen about every 49 years in the Packers’ case. These are great times indeed! GO PACK!