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Sunday, September 30, 2012           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  After the replacement referee debacle in Seattle, are the Packers ready to play this Sunday?
A:  All Signs Point To Yes.

Q:  Based on that answer, do you expect the Saints to be 0-4 at the end of today?
A:  Outlook Good.

Magic Gold G-Ball

Yeah that was an ugly finish to last week's game, but today the 1-2 Packers get the 0-3 Saints at Lambeau and one would think that the Packers are pissed off enough to blow New Orleans off the field.

Yeah, that's what I'm thinking... The Packers offense is at least equal if not a little better than the Saints offense. The Pack's defense is definitely better than New Orleans defense, and with the Ghost of Lombardi hanging over the field that should lead to a game that's close early on, but then stretches out into a 33-17 Green Bay win. Go Pack Go! Time To Start The Playoff Roll! Go Pack Go!

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 8:48 AM


Sunday, January 15, 2012           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  Will the NY Giants come into Lambeau and beat the Packers in todays playoff match-up?

A:  My Sources Say No.

Magic Gold G-Ball

A lot of prognosticators are pointing out that New York gave Green Bay a good game the last time these 2 teams met (in New Jersey) which resulted in a late comeback win for Aaron Rodgers and the Packer offense. I just don't see how that game has relevance for today's game at Lambeau Field. The Packers are at home, they will play better, and eventual out-score (that's all that matters) the Giants and wait for next week's playoff game.

On the Frozen Tundra, New York will find out what the true meaning of "Discount Double-check" is. Packers beat the Giants 34-24 in game that will not be as close as the final score might suggest. Go Pack Go Start The Super Bowl Roll!!!

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 8:58 AM


Sunday, December 25, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  Are duh Chicago Bears going to win today in Green Bay against the Packers?

A:  Don't Count On It.

Magic Gold G-Ball

One would think that after last week's near embarrassment (I can give some credit to the Chiefs Defense) in Kansas City that the Packers ripe for the pickin' by duh Bears. You would think wrong. One might think that the Packers have a weakened offensive line that could be exploited by duh Bears defensive line. But again, you would be wrong. TJ Lang played most of last year as the Right Tackle and well, it's duh Bears, and the Packers are looking to clinch the 1st seed and home field advantage through-out the NFC Playoffs. Look for the Packers to shine.

Last time these 2 teams met at Soldier Field, duh Bears made it look closer than it really was in losing by 10 points. Today in historic Lambeau Field, the Packers will once again strike fear unto duh Bears and into the rest of the NFC playoff contenders... Packers stomp on duh Bears 31-12 and throw their carcasses down in front of the green-n-gold fireplace to where all good rugs and door-mats belong. Go Pack Go! Start The Playoff Roll! Go Pack Go! All Aboard...

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 9:39 AM


Friday, December 09, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  With the Oakland Raiders coming to Lambeau Field this Sunday, will the Packers extend their record to 13-0?

A:  It Is Certain.

Magic Gold G-Ball

With the Packers offense sitting 4th in the league at 405 yards a game, and the Raiders sitting 12th at 367 yards you might think this game could be a close one. Throw in that the Packers defense is down there at 31st giving up 398 yards per game and Oakland is at 26th at 373 yards you might really believe this game is going to be a close one. I don't see that way at all.

Green Bay is going to roll the Raiders at Lambeau Field and improve their record to 13-0 this season by releasing their inner beasts. Packers 39, Raiders 13. Go Pack Go Make It 13-0!!!

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 11:33 AM


Sunday, December 04, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  Today, will the Green Bay Packers win their 12th game of the season against the New York Giants?

A:  It Is Decidedly So.

Magic Gold G-Ball

Packers head to New York to play the Giants in New Jersey and just like in their previous 18 games, the Packers, just like you after a snowfall having to go out and shovel off your driveway, will win their 12th game this year with little trouble and clinch the divisional title in the NFC North.

Green Bay takes care of their business and handles New York 29-16. The game will look close, but not really be close. Hey Der! Go Pack Go! Make it 12-0!!!

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 8:18 AM


Wednesday, November 23, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  By claiming that the Packers are not good enough to be a 10-0 team, does that mean that the Lions and Ndamukong Suh are not good enough to be a 7-3 team?
A:  As I See It, Yes.

Q:  Will the Green Bay Packers prevail in Detroit this upcoming Thanksgiving Day?
A:  Without A Doubt.

Magic Gold G-Ball

Finally! A Thanksgiving Day game that features a 10-0 team vs another 10-0 team. What? The home-team Lions aren't 10-0... but... but their players are claiming that they are in the same class as the Packers. Yeah, I don't believe it, and by all the faux-boasting from Detroit, they don't believe it either. Packers have the edge in most of the match-ups, the Lions have the edge... ummm, actually they don't have much of an edge anywhere. Wait, well, their coach shows more deranged passion than our coach. If that counts...

None the less, like every single week this year, expect the Packers to play down to the competition, and make the Thanksgiving Day morning game interesting. With the Pack scoring last, just like last week's game, the Packers come out of Detoilet with a 35-20 win. Go Pack Go!!! It's going to be 11-0!

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 6:56 AM


Friday, November 18, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  Can the Tampa Bay Buccaneers make a game of it at Lambeau Field this Sunday?
A:  Don't Count On It.

Q:  So the Green Bay Packers are about to go 10-0?
A:  Most Likely.

Magic Gold G-Ball

It's been said that on "Any Given Sunday" an underdog team like the Buccaneers can beat the better team like the Packers, but it won't be this Sunday, it won't be at Lambeau Field, The Pack is not looking ahead, so it's not happening in this game. The Packers have a defense that's starting to find it's groove, the Packers offense hasn't been out of their groove yet this year, the Pack's special teams has contributed more positively this year to the team's wins than previous years... what can I say.

The Packers will have Tampa Bay's number, I would put it down in the 38-13 range... Packers win, go to 10-0 and get ready for the short week that brings Thanksgiving.

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 11:11 AM


Friday, November 11, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  Are The Vikings going to be able to knock The Packers off-stride in Green Bay Monday night?

A:  My Reply Is No.

Magic Gold G-Ball


Suck for Luck, Viking
Snowy Air Blasts, Lambeau Wins
Chilled Beer Calls My Name

BeerKu

Have the Vikings improved enough to beat the Packers after losing to the Pack just a few weeks ago? No. Packers Offense will roll at home, which leaves the Vikings trying to chase them in the race to over 30 points. Expect the Packers defense to look much better this week than they did last week down in San Diego.

I just don't see a way for the Vikes to stay in the game this Monday night. I'm going to put down a 31-11 final score. Go Pack Go Make It 9-0!!!

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 11:11 AM


Friday, November 04, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  Are the Packers about to go to 8-0 by winning down in San Diego against the Chargers this week?
A:  Signs Point To Yes.

Q:  Does it help-out the Pack that BeerScout will be in attendance?
A:  Yes!

Magic Gold G-Ball

According to my deeply researched analysis, the Packers coming off the bye week should be healthy and ready to roll. That's a plus for the Pack. The Chargers are coming off a shortened week with their last game being the devastating loss where QB Phil Rivers fumbled the game away in the closing minutes. That's a minus for the Bolts. The Packers with QB Aaron Rodgers can be overwhelming, another plus. The Chargers are looking to save their season, but they appear to me be underwhelming, so let's mark that as a minus.

Simply put, the Packers are going to out-pass, out-rush, out-special-team the Chargers and come out of San Diego with a 27-17 win. I'll use one of my favorite lines, the Bolts will score last to make the game look interesting. Go Pack Go Make It 8-0!!!

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 11:00 AM


Wednesday, October 19, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  Will The Green Bay Packers beat-up and get their all-time 700th win against the Ponder led Minnesota Vikings this Sunday?

A:  Yes -- Definitely.

Magic Gold G-Ball

So the Vikings benched Donovan McNabb and are going to start their rookie QB Christian Ponder in his place against the Packers this weekend. Not going to matter. The Packers have the better offense, defense and team and chances are that it's going be a rout of near-epic proportions.

Yes, the Packers will roll against a hated NFC North rival and repeatedly kick a team that's down on the ground flopping around. Sure, DE Jared Allen will get a sack or two, sure QB Ponder will look better than McNabb, but in the end, the Green Bay Packers are going win big. 39-10 big.

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 10:20 AM


Friday, October 14, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  In the upcoming game between the unbeaten Green Bay Packers and the winless St. Louis Rams at Lambeau Field, will the Rams be able to keep the final score within 21 points?

A:  My Sources Say No.

Magic Gold G-Ball

The Packers are healthy (except for OT Chad Clifton - ably replaced with Marshall Newhouse) and cruising along at 5-0. The Rams are beaten up beyond the usual for NFL teams, with plans to start former Packer LB Brady Poppinga and CB Al Harris. This usually adds up and points to a blow-out game and a part of me wants to suggest a 51-3 final score.

Although Packer head coach Mike McCarthy has played conservative before and suggesting that he has a new "pedal to the metal" attitude towards the offense this year. I'm seeing a more conservative game plan from him this Sunday. More running with James Starks and Ryan Grant, more play from backup players in most positions on the defense to keep the starters healthy, more punting and establishing more control of the game clock. So it should be more like a 30-14 Packers win with 3 TD's and 3 FG's. I'd really prefer that 51-3 score though...

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 8:18 AM


Friday, October 07, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  Are the Packers going to go into Atlanta and beat the Falcons this Sunday night?
A:  Reply Hazy, Try Again.

Q:  Are the Falcons going to get their revenge and win against the Packers October 9th in Georgia?
A:  Very Doubtful.

Magic Gold G-Ball

No one reads an inksplotch better than I, and this one... heh, this one clearly states the Packers will control the game and outscore the Falcons in a wild unpredictable game with far-reaching consequences for the NFC playoffs.

Packers win 38-31 and improve their record to 5-0.

Rory T. Est

Can the Falcons control the game by running the ball and keeping QB Aaron Rodgers and the Packers high-scoring offense off the field? No, not really. Will the Packers defense show up and finally start shutting opposing offense down like we saw last year? Well, maybe.

My guess is that the Packers do start playing football like the defending SB-XLV Champs that they are, and go down into Atlanta and hand the Falcons their asses on a plate. Packers win 34-24 with the Birds scoring a TD late to make it look close.

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 7:07 PM


Friday, September 30, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...


Q:  Are the Packers about to humiliate the Broncos this Sunday at Lambeau Field?
A:  It Is Certain.

Q:  Seriously???
A:  Without A Doubt.

Magic Gold G-Ball


The Packers are facing off against the Denver Broncos and this might be the trap-game that everyone watches out for. Fear not. The Donkeys might have a rising star with LB Von Miller, but they also have some fallen stars who won't be playing this week. What's that you say, the Pack won't have RB Ryan Grant and RT Brian Bulaga either... Not going to matter, and this includes Tim Tebow or No-Tebow.

It's only NFL week 4, but 'm getting tired of repeating this, the Packers Offense is better, the Pack's Defense is better, the overall team is better than what the Bronco's can put on the field of play. There may be a "Any Given Sunday" rule out there somewhere, but not this Sunday in Green Bay. Packers win 38-12.

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 10:30 AM


Friday, September 23, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...


Q:  Will Bears QB Jay Culter be as effective...errh, non-effective against the Pack in this Sunday's match-up as he was last year in the NFC Championship game?
A:  Outlook Good.

Q:  Will duh Chicago Bears beat the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field this Sunday?
A:  Outlook Not So Good.

Magic Gold G-Ball


Now it's time for the NFL's longest running rivalry to re-new itself for 2011 and it's hard not to look back at the 2 games that happened last January. Will this game be as low-scoring as those two games? Probably not. We've seen the yards that the Packers defense has been giving up so far, so you can expect duh Bears to try to pile on some more. Am I worried? No. For the 3rd game in a row, the Packers have the better Offense, the Packers have the better defense, heck, the Packers have the better team. Our guess deep-rooted analysis is that the Packers continue their roll and shoot-down duh Bears 34-17.

Buhmp-buhmp ba-da-da-buhmp! Go Pack Go!

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 2:51 PM


Saturday, September 17, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...


Q:  Will the Packers win Sunday down in Carolina against Cam Newton and the Panthers?
A:  Without A Doubt.

Magic Gold G-Ball



Football, Fan's Embrace
Green And Gold, Panther's Demise
Toast, Drinking On Pace

BeerKu

So this week the Packers are up against a rookie QB who may choose to take off running when the defensive pass rush in on. It's not going to matter, the Packers are a much better team than the Carolina Panthers, fans are expecting a blow-out that might reach biblical proportions, others are worried about the proverbial trap game. Expect the blow-out. Packers are going to roll 38-10 or so...

Go Pack Go!

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 6:26 AM


Thursday, September 08, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...


Q:  Will the Packers win tonight on Thursday Night Football against the New Orleans Saints?
A:  It is decidedly so.

Magic Gold G-Ball


Finally! The NFL football season is back with our Green Bay Packers taking on the New Orleans Saints on the Thursday night opener. Forget about the Saints and their team off-season workouts - really forget about it, unless you think that players running around at half-speed without the coaches screaming at them about their mistakes somehow makes you better - I don't.

Packers offense is better than the Saints offense, the Packers defense is better than the Saints defense. The Packers are better than the Saints. Expect the score to be something like Packers 31 Saints 24 and it's only that close because the Saints will be the team to score last.

Go Pack Go!

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 6:18 PM