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Brett Hundley can keep playoff hopes alive

The Super Bowl aspirations of the Green Bay Packers pretty much vanished when Aaron Rodgers broke his right collarbone. The problem the Packers face is that there are only two realistic paths for NFL teams to win the Super Bowl. The first path involves a historically good defense and the second path involves an elite […]

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Packers Continue Descent into Mediocrity

The worst part about predictions is that they’re usually wrong. At the beginning of the Green Bay Packers season I wrote: “get excited about…another season of high-octane offense.” So much for that. The issues plaguing Aaron Rodgers and the Packers will be dissected and re-dissected until they string together a few inspiring victories.* I have my own […]

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Obituary: Eugene Cantele

Eugene “Gene” J. Cantele, 86, passed away Wednesday at Morningside of College Park, Indianapolis, IN.  Gene was born in Chicago, IL, Sept. 2, 1929, son of the late John and Ann (Nee: McGowan) Cantele. After graduating from high school in Chicago, Gene enlisted in the United States Coast Guard.  He then attended Maryknoll Mission Seminary, […]

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Packers Continue Mastery Over Bears

The Chicago Bears have owned an all-time winning record against the Green Bay Packers since the 1930s. After Sunday’s game the Packers are one victory away from evening the series at .500.* Sunday’s victory gave Packers fans iron-clad bragging rights over Bears fans until Thanksgiving, which is an incredibly satisfying perk. But it’s also gave reason to step […]

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It’s Packers-Bears Week!

The NFL off-season is never a fun time for Packers fans, especially when it beings thanks to a game you’d rather forget. But after eight months of stewing about what could have been, the Packers will begin their quest for redemption as they take the field on Sunday against the Chicago Bears. The general consensus among people not […]

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