Thanksgiving 2011 will be extra special for Lauren Alaina and her family — especially for her father. This year, his 17-year-old daughter will be singing the National Anthem on Thanksgiving day at Ford Field when the Green Bay Packers visit the Detroit Lions in their home territory in Michigan.
In one of the better games in the history of the Super Bowl, the Green Bay Packers held off a second half rally by the Pittsburgh Steelers to win 31 to 25. The Packers converted 3 turnovers into touchdowns and finally their defense held off the Steelers in the final two minutes for their fourth Super Bowl win.
Green Bay Packer defensive end Cullen Jenkins is looking forward to the biggest game of his career this Sunday night.
The Packer Report is reporting that Cullen has more on his mind than the Super Bowl however. Cullen and his brother Kris Jenkins of the New York Jets have not heard from their father since Christmas. This is very...
The Super Bowl hasn’t always been so super. In fact, throughout the ‘80s and into the first half of the ‘90s many of the games were blowouts the likes of which are rarely seen during the regular season.
We’ve had better luck with Super Bowls lately, and this year’s match-up between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers is about as even as can be.
So maybe Sunday’s game will end up
Chicago Television station, WGNtv.com reported yesterday that a car salesman was fired because he wore a Green Bay Packers NFL tie to work. The salesman told the station that he wore the tie in honor of his late grandmother, a Packer’s fan who recently passed. She was buried before her beloved team’s game with the Bears.
Local athlete and UB Football Great James Starks is heading to the Superbowl.
The Green Bay Packers lead by Aaron Rodgers and James Starks defeated the Chicago Bears in front of the Bears home crowd yesterday by a score of 21-14. Jay Cutler was knocked out of the game early with a Knee injury but some players around the league are calling his toughness into question...
So here we go! At the beginning of the playoffs I wrote that if your team was no longer involved in the playoff picture, you pick the team that you hate the least and cheer them on. And for the first year this year, I picked the Superbowl a couple weeks early.
A bar in Minnesolta has a unique way of showing its support for the Green Bay Packers in today's NFC Championship game. The Bar owner has decided to roast a 180 pound black bear. The owner had planned to offer the roasted bruin meat to his customers but was told by state health officials that he was not permitted to do so because the meat is unprocessed...