Monday, December 19, 2011

Falling Flat in Arrowhead

We had a feeling that something like this might happen. The Packers went into Kansas City looking to come away with a 14-0 record, and now all of that “perfection” and “undefeated” talk can finally end. Green Bay looked like they had just played a game on Friday and were ill-prepared to play another game on Sunday. Well, when we say they “looked” like that, we didn’t actually see the game — we listened to it on the radio. It turns out that maybe we were better off not seeing this performance. It sure sounded pitiful on the radio. Sheesh.

Sure would be nice to see someone catch the ball consistently, especially when they make public statements about not getting the ball enough.

WIth a revolving-door offensive line, there was too much of this.

And, as always, not nearly enough of this. It sure would’ve helped.

We shouldn’t have to need the QB to score with his feet.

Rodgers broke the team record for TD passes in a season. One bright spot in an ugly game.

There is a lot of work to do this week, Mr. McCarthy. Playing like this and being defeated by the Bears next week is not an option. The Bears’ fans already expect their team to lose, so let’s not disappoint them. Now we need to try and get this Chiefs game out of our brains...