This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is from the archives.

Stacey Dash

Aaron on how the Packers are undefeated, with work to do .

Lombardi Ave recaps the Monday post-game Mike McCarthy news conference with topics on injuries, consistency, and excellence .

Zach at All Green Bay Packers on why the Packers Won’t Overlook Struggling Vikings .

Miller Park Drunk says WTF RRR ?

I can echo this sentiment from Kyle at Brew Crew Ball, Thanks For A Great Season!

Over at Badger Nation, Badgers Aren’t Worried About Computers .

From Cracked Sidewalks, The MU backcourt: What do we have beyond DJO?

The Ronnie Lot always amazes me, Nine Athletes Who Played Through Heinous Injuries .

Recognize and of these  7 Types of Assistant Coaches You Had in High School ?

Um…diet water? Mankinds most useless inventions .

I guess it’s Rapture time again… 40 Signs That The World Is DEFINITELY Going To End On October 21, 2011 .

Pregnant by kissing, huh? 15 Dumbest Sex Myths .

Former LFLer Cora Skinner .

Should Be Interesting – Now that I’ve had a day to let the pain of the Brewers’ NLCS exit sit, you still have to be pretty happy with the season as a whole.  Yes, getting ousted by the Cardinals stings quite a bit but the team playing better baseball usually wins and that’s what happened.  Looking forward, it should be an interesting off-season for the Brewers, Melvin & Attanasio.  Is it a fore gone conclusion that Prince is gone? Most likely but you never know. There’s also questions then as to what to do with the corner infielder positions as well.  Attanasio gave his pledge yesterday about being committed to winning, so rather be bitter about a painful end to the season, I think it’s better to look forward to what could be a spring board to future years.

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  • http://www.retaggr.com/Page/crichar3 Chris

    Indeed, at times like these it is better for Brewers fans to look forward at the challenges faced by the team than to spend another day lamenting the damage and disappointment, and assessing who’s to blame. Time to move on.