Tagged With: Green Bay Packers
Man…its already the third week of the 2013 NFL season. Still can’t believe I get football all weekend. Whoohoo!! Here are my picks for this week’s games.
In an interview with ESPN Radio’s “Mike and Mike in the Morning”, Green Bay Packers wide receiver let the world know he would be retiring after 14 seasons in the NFL. Driver stated, “I’m going to officially put the cleats on the shelf. I’m going to walk away from the game.” A formal announcement will … Continue reading
After taking his Super Bowl champion team to a 15-1 record, Aaron Rodgers was the clear favorite in the 2011 NFL MVP race. So it came as no surprise when it was announced that Rodgers was named the MVP for the 2011 season. In a year of amazing quarterback performances, Rodgers often stood out taking … Continue reading
Its been a very emotional month for Joe Philbin. Nearly two weeks after the death of his 21-year old son, Philbin was selected as the next head coach of the Miami Dolphins. The hire was announced via press release Friday, and a press conference is scheduled for Saturday to make it all picture official. The … Continue reading
Well looky here!! Divisional games are here. Time to separate the men from the boys…can’t wait!!
> After watching the first week of the 2011 NFL season, its clear to everyone that the game was missed. And not just by the fans…but also by the players. I mean that has to be the reason we had so many record performances this weekend. Everything from rookie QB records broken by Carolina Panthers … Continue reading
> The Pack did it!!! On Sunday, February 6th they finally made good on a promise to get the Lombardi Trophy back where it belonged: in the town it’s namesake built (football wise of course).
> The Super Bowl isn’t official until both teams make their way to the city. And after the Packers and Steelers arrived Monday afternoon, the Big D’s Super Bowl XLV is in full effect. Therefore, Super Bowl coverage here at Hardwood Diva is in full swing too. Check back over the next 5 days to … Continue reading
> The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers will meet in the 2011 Super Bowl in Dallas(Arlington), Texas on February 6th. After two impressive conference championship games, Ben Roethlisberger and Aaron Rodgers will lead their respective teams to Super Bowl XLV in the stadium that Jerry built. The Steelers will be heading to their … Continue reading