This is all I’m going to say about this:
I think the Green Bay Packers will be strong enough to challenge and defeat all comers, including a much improved NFC North (with the addition of actual quarterbacks in Chicago and Detroit). I’m certainly not concerned about the return of a certain grey-haired megalomaniac.
I’m looking forward to Nick Collins going for the Pick Six like he’s playing the Florida state lottery.
Of all the many frantic and angry Facebook status messages, The Other J.J. posted the most wise:
nothing’s changed, Aaron Rodgers is still the best QB in the NFC North.
I saw a poll on ESPN in which online voters agreed. Jay Cutler was second. And, let’s face it, Matt Stafford hasn’t played a regular season game in the NFL. He might show up all three of the other NFC North QBs. Or he might end up like Matt Leinart, given his offseason exploits.
But P-House is up in the Mini-Apple, in the heart of the circus, gauging reaction among the Purple Proud. He said it’s eerily similar to that one time last year, when a team with a shot at the title brought in a self-obsessed headcase in Minnesota, thinking it would put them over the top.
We all remember how well that worked.