Daybreak Doppler: Will He Or Won’t He?
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is from the archives.
Jacob at Packers Talk Radio Network asks Where did we go wrong?
Valid question, Has Packer Nation Gone Off the Deep End?
Badgers continue to climb in the polls, Week 5 college basketball rankings: Wisconsin remains top-10 in USA TODAY Coaches Poll, AP Top 25 .
Some well deserved recognition here, Borland is Big Ten’s Linebacker of the Year, leads host of Badgers in B1G Awards .
That time of year again, BADGER HATE WEEK: Here Comes The Hate .
Bucksketball with an instructional here How to hate watch: Brandon Jennings .
Not too surprising here, Marco Estrada, Juan Francisco tendered contracts .
Reviewing the Brew with 2014 Best Case Scenario: The Relievers .
Long but interesting read, The Founding Fathers Of Fantasy .
Here you go guys, 10 Great Holiday Gifts to Buy Your Girl for Under $100 .
Par for the course here, Rob Ford stole someone’s seat at a Bills game, then sloppily ate wings in it .
Some good advice here, 24 Reasons You Should Always Drink Responsibly .
In case you were wondering, This is what happens when Amazon sends you delivery by drone and you miss it .
Have To Wait & See – Reports surfaced over the weekend that Aaron Rodgers would most likely not be able to return this weekend & should another loss occur, the Packers could just shut him down for the season. Then yesterday, a different report arrived saying Rodgers said he would be ready to go on Sunday so really, who knows at this point. Let’s say Rodgers isn’t able to play though & the Packers lose to Atlanta on Sunday, should Rodgers be shelved for the remainder of the season to avoid any further injury? It’s a tough call to make because it’s a ‘throw in the towel’ move should the Packers bench Rodgers but it’s become obvious these past few weeks, the Packers simply can’t win without him & perhaps looking to next year is the right call to make. Additionally, with the way defense is playing right now I’m not 100% sure the Packers could win with Rodgers in anyway. Of course, Rodgers being the competitor he is I’m sure wants to be out on the field, even if the post-season isn’t a possibility, but it won’t entirely be up to him. We’ll find out more as the week progresses but for now, perhaps keeping your MVP out of harm’s way to make sure he’s fully healed for next year is the right move.
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