Before we head North again tomorrow night, we thought we’d post some photos of last Sunday night’s game against the Chicago Bears. We got to town mid-afternoon on Saturday, and made the obligatory stop at the Packers Pro Shop.
A couple of shots of Lambeau Field as the November sun goes down.
Oh, by the way, lunch was at Kroll’s West, right across Ridge Road from the stadium. A Green Bay supper club classic.
Nice billboard in the Lambeau Field Atrium.
Coach Vince Lombardi’s house on Sunday morning. We think we saw him grabbing the newspaper on the front porch.
Sunday night, here was our view walking to Lambeau from the West.
We saw former Packers’ QB Don Majkowski on the sideline before the game. When we said, “The Majik Man,” he gave us a nod and a wink.
November is “Salute to Service” month in the NFL, and there were some troops in attendance, as guests of the Packers.
The Lambeau concourse before the game.
Your view as you walk into the “bowl” through one of the entrance tunnels.
WR Randall Cobb warming up before going into the locker room to get his equipment on.
The “big show” comes to Lambeau.
Packers Radio Network play-by-play announcer Wayne Larrivee on the pre-game sideline.
Defensive Coordinator Dom Capers talks with a member of the Bears’ staff.
RB DuJuan Harris was out catching some kicks.
Players come out for pre-game warm-ups.
QB Aaron Rodgers jogs to the sideline.
The NBC “Sunday Night Football” crew broadcasts from the Bears’ sideline.
A couple of the NBC cameramen making sure their equipment works.
Rodgers at work with the offense.
A fake hand-off to RB Eddie Lacy.
The “Packerville, U.S.A.” view.
Always nice to see a lot of this graphic on the scoreboard.
Cobb waits for a Chicago punt.
Three V.I.P.’s (Very Important Packers) after another Green Bay touchdown.
Is anybody else happy that Jay Cutler is not our QB?
Packers fans had a lot to keep them in a great mood all night.
Rodgers moves out of the pocket before getting a pass off.
S Morgan Burnett gets a sack of Cutler. If he didn’t get him, LB Clay Matthews most likely would have.
Head Coach Mike McCarthy on the Packers’ sideline.
There was a fair number of Bears fans there, but they had nothing to cheer about all night.
Cobb lined up for the snap.
QB Matt Flynn played most of the second half.
Flynn hands off to Harris.
Flynn back to throw.
One of the greatest final scores... ever.
Somebody has a lot of work to do on Monday...