91 – 21.
The Packers looked better than average on the field also, dominating most of the game except for a late 4th Quarter score in a 24 – 10 victory.
Aaron Rogers is not the only Packer getting healthier just in time for the post season so their contest against the ‘9ers could be more interesting than people expect, though in fairness the ‘9ers are a mere 2.5 point favorite and that because of home field advantage.
As opposed to the AFC, the NFC is a tough pick, almost any team could win.
The ‘9ers can’t count on a 30 – 22 romp like they got in Week 1 and their defense is playing injured. Justin Smith’s triceps is definitely questionable and they are much less effective without him. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick is a mid-season replacement so who knows, though his scrambling style is something the Packers have had trouble dealing with in other teams. Both kickers have the potential to suck but the ‘9ers signed Billy Cundiff during their bye week so they have a replacement even though the still slumping Akers will start.
The ‘9ers are not a bad team, there’s nothing much to hate about them and I’m going to be disappointed to miss this game.
But I hope the Packers win. What about
The Packers are the only non-profit, community-owned major league professional sports team in the United States.
are we not understanding?