you don't have to be from wisconsin to enjoy this blog, but it sure does help.

 

I know this is coming at you guys like four and a half months too late, but as they say, better late than never, right?

So on that note…

I just want to congratulate Packer Nation on the big Super Bowl win! We practiced really hard all season long and the payoff was huge. Nice work, people.

(Source: youtube.com)

I’d just like to give a shout out to Mr. Tramon Williams for his superhero catch to win the Packer game last night. What a stud.
Also, congratulations to Starks, Shields, and of course Rodgers, for all contributing to that amazing win at Philly. 
You are all stallions.

I’d just like to give a shout out to Mr. Tramon Williams for his superhero catch to win the Packer game last night. What a stud.

Also, congratulations to Starks, Shields, and of course Rodgers, for all contributing to that amazing win at Philly. 

You are all stallions.

Brett Favre can once again help get the Green Bay Packers get into the playoffs. I’ll bet you thought you would never hear those words again.

Chad Toporski, in an article for AllGreenBayPackers.com

By the way…I think the Packers’ throwback uniforms are fucking badass.
Our throwbacks are from the 1929 season - the Packers championship season of 1929, that is.
The last time the Packers wore this uniform design, Herbert Hoover was president, the Empire State Building was under construction, and Mickey Mouse was a fresh face in cartooning.
To the haters out there talking shit about the helmets (main complaints overheard include the lack of logo and the color) please remember that they were designed to echo the leather helmets of yore.
So no, they weren’t your typical throwback uniforms from recent history that most teams rock, but the Packers aren’t most teams. We represent the old school.
Special shout out to rookie James Starks who totally rocked his first NFL game with 18 carries for 73 yards. Nice work.

By the way…I think the Packers’ throwback uniforms are fucking badass.

Our throwbacks are from the 1929 season - the Packers championship season of 1929, that is.

The last time the Packers wore this uniform design, Herbert Hoover was president, the Empire State Building was under construction, and Mickey Mouse was a fresh face in cartooning.

To the haters out there talking shit about the helmets (main complaints overheard include the lack of logo and the color) please remember that they were designed to echo the leather helmets of yore.

So no, they weren’t your typical throwback uniforms from recent history that most teams rock, but the Packers aren’t most teams. We represent the old school.

Special shout out to rookie James Starks who totally rocked his first NFL game with 18 carries for 73 yards. Nice work.

Brett [had] great years here in Green Bay, and any time a great competitor like that leaves, no one wants to see that, but they’ve done a great job of regrouping with Aaron Rodgers and I believe that Cleveland will do the same.

Lebron James, erroneously comparing his situation with Cleveland to Brett Favre's in Green Bay.

(Source: ESPN)

In Green Bay Packer news: Ryan Grant totally wants me
OK it’s like so not a big deal or anything…but Packer running back Ryan Grant personally tweeted at me yesterday, which obviously means he wants me to be the mother of his children.
See above tweet exchange for further proof.
Ryan, call me baby.

In Green Bay Packer news: Ryan Grant totally wants me

OK it’s like so not a big deal or anything…but Packer running back Ryan Grant personally tweeted at me yesterday, which obviously means he wants me to be the mother of his children.

See above tweet exchange for further proof.

Ryan, call me baby.

This is the coolest video ever.
Clay, feel free to give me a call any time.

This is the coolest video ever.

Clay, feel free to give me a call any time.

Wildly famous blogger with cult following gets hand surgery, can’t comment on firing of Brad Childress 
San Francisco, CA — Sources say she could get her stitches out as early as tomorrow afternoon, but for now, fans are just going to have to make cheeky remarkss on how Chilly looks kinda like a male Cloris Leachman all on their own.
Check back for updates as this story progresses further.
(The story about the health struggles of a surprisingly young, yet  beloved Midwest blogger, that is. Don’t check back for a story on how Childress is likely the long-lost fraternal twin of Cloris Leachman. Because that’s not actually a story. Get your facts straight.)

Wildly famous blogger with cult following gets hand surgery, can’t comment on firing of Brad Childress

San Francisco, CA — Sources say she could get her stitches out as early as tomorrow afternoon, but for now, fans are just going to have to make cheeky remarkss on how Chilly looks kinda like a male Cloris Leachman all on their own.

Check back for updates as this story progresses further.

(The story about the health struggles of a surprisingly young, yet beloved Midwest blogger, that is. Don’t check back for a story on how Childress is likely the long-lost fraternal twin of Cloris Leachman. Because that’s not actually a story. Get your facts straight.)

Here’s an injured Tony Romo, Burlington, Wis. native, in his stonewashed hoodie and sling on Sunday night on the sidelines of Lambeau Field.
The Packers, the team he grew up with, were beating the bejeezus out of his Cowboys all night for a final score of seven to like, four thousand or something.
Geez, can you even imagine how much that had to suck for him?
Time for another Percocet, am I right Tony?

Here’s an injured Tony Romo, Burlington, Wis. native, in his stonewashed hoodie and sling on Sunday night on the sidelines of Lambeau Field.

The Packers, the team he grew up with, were beating the bejeezus out of his Cowboys all night for a final score of seven to like, four thousand or something.

Geez, can you even imagine how much that had to suck for him?

Time for another Percocet, am I right Tony?

The story of when Brett Favre got hammered with Paul Hornung
Hornung retired from football in 1970, but his desire to have a good time never abated. He hosted a local sports talk-show in Louisville, where his status as a living legend allowed him to book A-list guests, including Brett Favre.
They got together the morning of the show to play a round of golf. Before teeing-off, Favre suggested they “warm up” with a couple Bloody Marys. They drank eight each before the turn.
Still thirsty, they decided a few cold beers would improve the look of the back nine, so Hornung bought a case, which they polished off before the 18th hole.
The show went off a few hours later without a hitch.

The story of when Brett Favre got hammered with Paul Hornung

Hornung retired from football in 1970, but his desire to have a good time never abated. He hosted a local sports talk-show in Louisville, where his status as a living legend allowed him to book A-list guests, including Brett Favre.

They got together the morning of the show to play a round of golf. Before teeing-off, Favre suggested they “warm up” with a couple Bloody Marys. They drank eight each before the turn.

Still thirsty, they decided a few cold beers would improve the look of the back nine, so Hornung bought a case, which they polished off before the 18th hole.

The show went off a few hours later without a hitch.

Awww did Jay Cutler get a boo boo last night?
Or did he get sacked nine times and have to go into the locker room for a good cry to some Radiohead?

Awww did Jay Cutler get a boo boo last night?

Or did he get sacked nine times and have to go into the locker room for a good cry to some Radiohead?

ESPN: Football fans think Adrian Peterson has better moves than a corpse
In an ESPN SportsNation poll asking whether Adrian Peterson or Michael Jackson has better moves, Adrian Peterson beat out the late, great Michael Jackson.
By a hair.
Let’s be honest, that’s not exactly something to put at the very top of your resume.
That you won the poll for best moves against…a dead guy. 

ESPN: Football fans think Adrian Peterson has better moves than a corpse

In an ESPN SportsNation poll asking whether Adrian Peterson or Michael Jackson has better moves, Adrian Peterson beat out the late, great Michael Jackson.

By a hair.

Let’s be honest, that’s not exactly something to put at the very top of your resume.

That you won the poll for best moves against…a dead guy. 

Apparently the former “Laguna Beach” and “The Hills” star [Kristin Cavallari] digs controversial and overrated quarterbacks. Cutler is coming off an awful debut season in Chicago and her former beau, Matt Leinart, is on the chopping block in Arizona.

What they says about her: Going after Jay and Matt indicates that Kristin likes cocky guys who don’t live up to expectations. Tim Tebow’s gotta be next.

From MTV’s Clutch Blog, whatever that is.