Well, we had planned to provide a plethora of photos from the Packers-Redskins game on Sunday, but with the rain, our expensive camera gear was not put into use. We are offering these several images from our Packerville, U.S.A. iPhone instead. It rained the whole way to Green Bay, then rained all morning, and just as predicted, it stopped just as the game was getting underway. Here, the crowd (much of which waited under the stands until kickoff time), mills about in various types of rain gear. This is taken in the North end zone tunnel looking out towards the field.
The rain didn’t dampen the mood of the crowd, however, and a fine time was had by all. The Green Bay Press Gazette reported only one arrest and a small handful of ejections, proving that almost everyone was there to watch some FOOTBALL.
The Redskins are seen here backed up into their own end zone. They had a rough first half, falling behind 24-0 after 30 minutes of play.
QB Aaron Rodgers brings the Packers down for one of the several touchdowns scored in “our” (North) end zone.
The Washington defense tries to stop the Packers… unsuccessfully.
Looking up at the North end zone scoreboard at the end of the game, showing the final score.
A view of the Lambeau Field surface and the new South end zone stands as the teams head off the field following the 38-20 Green Bay victory. Our next game is the October 6th contest with the Detroit Lions. Hopefully, it will be on a rain-less day and we can take a bunch of photos to post here on the blog.