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


Sunday, February 06, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  Will the Packers Win Their 13th NFL Championship Today in Dallas Over The Steelers in Super Bowl XLV?

A:  It Is Decidedly So.

Magic Gold G-Ball


Green Bay's Going To The Super Bowl.... yeah baby!!! Go Pack Go! All the Packers hard work during the season has paid off, all the major injuries to starting players has been overcome, and today, Super Bowl Sunday, that's going to mean only one thing.

It means that we find our favorite team, the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XLV against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Just like some of the previous games this year where the Packers and their opponent sort of matched up pretty evenly across the board through all phases of the game, 'cept today it's the Super Bowl, and the Pack have the one main advantage where it's going to count most. The Scoreboard. Packers get a FG late in the 4th, and eventually hold on to win 24-17. Go Pack Go!

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 7:34 AM



Sunday, January 23, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  Will Green Bay Win The NFC Championship Playoff Game In Chicago Against hated rival duh Bears?

A:  As I See It, Yes.

Magic Gold G-Ball


Hey Hey That's A Fact Pack, Green and Yellow, Green and Yellow. Hey Hey That's A "W", Green and Yellow, Green and Yellow. Hey Hey That's A Touchdown! That's A Touchdown! Green and Yellow, Green and Yellow, Hey Hey That's A Touchdown! That's A Touchdown! Green and Yellow, Green and Yellow, Green and Yellow 28-14.

Go Packers, Go Packers!

The Green(&Yellow)Man

Dreams come true for many fans today as with their viewing season extended for another weeked of NFL Football as the Green Bay Packers take their playoff show on the road for the 3rd time by heading to Illinois to face long-time rivals duh Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. NFC Championship Game!!!

The Packers pass, they run, they have an incredible defense, it's better then duh Bears defense, so they win 24-13 and head to the Super Bowl to face ummm, the J-E-T-S in the battle of 6th seeds!!!! Go Pack GO!!!

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 9:15 AM


Saturday, January 15, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...


Q:  Will Green Bay Win Their Divisional Round Playoff Game In Atlanta Against The Falcons?

A:  Outlook Good.

Magic Gold G-Ball


Down to the last 8 teams in the Playoffs, I'm expecting the Steelers, Patriots, duh Bears and the Packers to advance to the next round.

With the Packers, have they learned the lesson of the last game they had in the Georgia Dome, and I don't mean the fumble at the goal-line, I mean the 20-some yards of rushing from the running backs. To borrow a line from an esteemed prognosticating colleague, "all signs point to yes". We did see a glimmer of what fresh legs + James Starks can do to make the game easier for QB Aaron Rodgers last week against the Eagles. So expect to see more of Starks, the re-appearance of WR Greg Jennings, and the Packers eeking out a victory on the road. Something like a 23-20 game this time (if not more - some signs point to a 30-20 Packers win, depending on whether the Packers Defense scores at the end of the game). Go Pack Go!

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 12:56 PM


Sunday, January 09, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...


Q:  Are the Packers going to win their playoff game in Philadelphia today against the Eagles?

A:  Signs Point To Yes.

Magic Gold G-Ball


The Green Bay Packers after giving away a few too many games this 2010 NFL season yet still find themselves in the Playoff mix with a 10-6 record and the 6th seed. Which means a road game today against the season opener Philadelphia Eagles. Repetition will bode well for the Packers today. Every thing looks dead-even, except for a slight advantage for the Packers in all areas with the Defense taking advantage late in the game, and that will be the difference. Last time in September the Packers won 27-20, this time in January the Packers win 28-24. It should be a crazy wild game, but expect the Pack to Prevail! Go Pack Go!

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 9:45 AM



Saturday, September 25, 2010           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...


Q:  Will the Packers win this Monday night down in Chicago against duh Bears?
A:  As I see it, yes.
Q:  Just for fun, are the Vikes going to beat the Lions on Sunday?
A:  Better not tell you now.

Magic Gold G-Ball


It's kind of hard to go on Cheesehead Radio and spout off a prediction about the Packers Bears Monday night matchup without coming back and writing it down. The prognosticatin' (that would be thinking to you normal earth-bound types and BS'ing to you tavern-types) sort of goes like this: Packers up 17 - 6 for a large portion of the game, duh Bears score 8 to make it 17 - 14 favoring the Pack. The Packers score right away to make it 24 - 14 and not sure how much time is left, that's a bit hazy still, but that scores ends up the final. Packers beat duh Bears 24 - 14.

Q:  Hey G-Ball, what about the Vikings?    MGGB:  Ask again later.

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 10:21 AM


Sunday, December 13, 2009

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators... 




Q:  Do The Bears Still Suck?
A:  You Can Rely On It.

Q:  Will The Packers Win?
A:  Outlook Good.

Magic Gold G-Ball


I agree with the Magic G-Ball, The Bears Still Suck! Packers win in Chicago today, 26-13 or so and keep their position in the NFC wildcard race. Pack 4 Life!

Beer Kid

Monday, December 07, 2009

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators... 




Q:  Will It Be Cold And Snowy At Lambeau Field Monday Night?
A:  Signs Point To Yes

Q:  Will The Packers Emerge Victorious Over The Invading Baltimore Ravens?
A:  Signs Point To Yes

Magic Gold G-Ball


The Packers can prove to the rest of the NFL that they are at least Pretenders (to the Crown) with a win over the Ravens tonight in Green Bay. If the weather goes ugly, with snow and cold conditions, the Packers can still eke this one out in that traditional everyone looks like their in slow motion skating on thin ice game play that the Lambeau mystique is supposed to bring in home field advantages. Pack win 23-13 and keep their playoff seeding, contending, evermore.

Beer Kid

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators... 



Q:  Will the 6-4 Green Bay Packers stand tall and prevail in their Thanksgiving Day road game against the surging 2-8 Detroit Lions?
A:  Yes - Definitely!

Magic Gold G-Ball


It's Thanksgiving Day. It's Packers at the Lions Day. Packers roll like warm butter down the side of a baked potato... and make no mistake, win over the Browns or not, the Lions are still the A'laTurkey Extraordinaire in the NFL this year and the Packers should win with a 28-10 stuffing filled game for all of us that are comfortably watching from the sofa in our own near-coma inducing stuffing experience.

Beer Kid

Friday, November 20, 2009

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators... 



Q:  Will the Green Bay Packers overcome their shortcomings and continue their climb on the win column in their home match-up against the San Francisco 49ers?
A:  Most Likely.

Magic Gold G-Ball


Is this one of those rip-tide phenomenon's where a rock-steady pull is beginning to tug us Packer fans along with the uprising fortunes of the 5-4 Packers? The 49ers come to town, similar setup to the GB-Dallas game, only the Niners score less... so one might think that the outcome of the Packer-49er game will be similar. So do I despite injuries to Center... Packers are getting healthy and they do the consistent thing again this week and remain standing in line for Playoff spots with a 26-17 win over San Francisco.

Beer Kid

Sunday, November 08, 2009

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators... 



Q:  Are the last no-win team in the NFL cellar dwellars Tampa Bay Buccaneers going to win their first game against the Green Bay Packers?
A:  My Reply Is Outlook Not So Good.

Magic Gold G-Ball


Could there be anything more than the proverbial prescriptive tonic of the 0-7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the ailing Green Bay Packers this week down in Tampa Bay. The Bucc's are starting rookie QB Josh Freeman and the Pack need a rebound game. Well this is it! The Pack win 27-14 in a deceptive yet in several record breaking ways, 48 minutes of time possession, 730 yards of offense, 9, yes count them, 9 FG's (of 40 yards or less, well technically 38 yards or less) in a winning rout of their former NFC Central brethren. What a day for the history books...

Beer Kid

Friday, October 30, 2009

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators... 



Q:  Will The Packers Get Some Revenge By Smacking Around Brett Favre And The Minnesota Vikings This Sunday Afternoon At Lambeau Field in Green Bay And Come Away With A Win?
A:  Yes.

Magic Gold G-Ball


The Re-Match is on and the Vikings are coming into Green Bay to face the Packers for the 2nd time this year. Very important game for the Packers if they have any designs on winning the NFC North and pushing their status from "pretender" to "contender" for the eventual NFL Playoffs. The Pack's "D" is looking better as they get healthier, the "O" is playing better (no 8 sacks for the Vikes this time) with C Scott Wells and LT TJ Lang on the field. It's a home game for the Pack, and with that advantage, the Pack should win 28-20 when Favre's end of game comeback falls short because of a downfield un-tipped INT by S Nick Collins!!!

Beer Kid

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators... 



Q:  Are The Packers Going To Beat The Browns In Cleveland This Sunday?
A:  Outlook Good.

Magic Gold G-Ball


We all saw what the Packers did to the hapless Browns during the pre-season, but you shouldn't expect that same team to show up on Sunday. Sure they beat the Bills with only 2 completed passes, but that strategy isn't going to beat the Packers and it's starting to feel like the Packers are hitting their stride. I'm expecting the Pack to roll the Browns, something like 31-10 to be the final score. Go Pack!

Beer Kid

Friday, October 16, 2009

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators... 



Q:  Can The Lions Beat The Packers In Lambeau?
A:  My Reply Is No.

Magic Gold G-Ball



Autumn's Snow Falls Gray
Covers Hallowed Ground, Lions
Skate To Win? No Way!

BeerKu

The bye week came before the Packers could completely unravel their young season, sitting at 2-2 and looking for air. The Pack gets the Lions in Lambeau this week, although nothing is easy anymore, the Pack will still prevail 23-16 and bump their record to 3-2 with their eyes vying for the prize yet to be unlocked.

Beer Kid

Sunday, October 04, 2009

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators... 



Q:  Big game in the Metrodome, are Brett Favre and the Vikings ready to roll?
A:  My sources say no.
Q:  Really, the Packers are going to win this week?
A:  Without a doubt.

Magic Gold G-Ball


Monday Night Football in the Metrodome against the Vikings. What a game this is going to be, TD's and interceptions, First downs and fumbles, penalties missed and phantom penalites called. In the end, just like last year, Packers will be in the game until the end, but this time, the Packers will get the points to win very late and the following defensive stop that will allow the Pack to pull themselves into 1st place of the NFC North with a huge 26-24 win over a hated rival.

Beer Kid

Friday, September 25, 2009

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators... 



Q:  Will the Packers win this Sunday in the Ed Jones Dome in St Louis?
A:  Without a doubt.
Q:  You were wrong last week, are you sure about this week?
A:  Signs point to yes.

Magic Gold G-Ball


Well, hubris knows no bounds, and after last week's debacle in Green Bay, the Pack are now headed to St Louie for a match-up against the underwhelming Rams... and hell, the Pack are missing their starting Safety's, still having trouble with their offensive line, but I'm here to ignore all that grief and predict out that the Packers win 24-16 and move their record to 2-1.

Beer Kid

Friday, September 18, 2009

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators... 



Q:  Will the Packers win this Sunday?
A:  Reply hazy, concentrate and ask again.
Q:  Will the Packers beat the Bengals at Lambeau Field this Sunday?
A:  As I see it, yes.

Magic Gold G-Ball



Come Catty Bengals
Don't Be Late To Lambeau's Gate
Pack Post Scratch N Win

BeerKu

The Pack get their 2nd home game in a row to start the season, this time it's against the Cincinnati Bengals, and seeing they don't have the stifling defense that the Bears have (had?) the Packers O will unleash a little bit and the Bengals will be chasing the Pack all game long. Packers will again hold the turn-over edge and should win comfortably, 31-16 or so and keep their grip on 1st place by moving to 2-0.

Beer Kid

Friday, September 11, 2009

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators... 




It's opening weekend for NFL Football and they have placed the Packers Bears 178th matchup on NBC Sunday Night Football, and it's going to be a wild one, for the Packers anyway. The Bears have not improved their bottom 3rd in the league defense from last year, have not improved their WR's by continuing to claim that Devin Hester is a No. 1 WR, all they have done is sacrificed their depth to get a decent QB in Jay Cutler on the team. The Packers offense is going to be near-unstoppable Sunday night, the defense will get 2 turnovers resulting with a Packers 33-16 win.

Beer Kid



Q:  Will the Packers beat the Bears at Lambeau Field this Sunday Evening?

A:  Probably.

Magic Gold G-Ball

Friday, April 24, 2009

Presaging Packer Prognosticators... 

Well they're back from out beyond the back-forty there, eh, and after last season's suspension of total dis-belief, you know, from deep inside the psyche of BeerKid's innermost tromping ground, the "play-group in his mind" known as the Presagin' Packer Pronosticators and their crazy wacky-tobacky predictions that totally come-off as over-the-top, dumb-as-a-brick, barely-amusing and never-to-be-trusted. Guaranteed rants and ravings that are sure to forever waste precious minutes and seconds of your time... Perhaps that's a bit over-descriptive, but they're back!!!

non-Editorial Staff at Packer Palace

Wednesday, April 01, 2009

2008 Presaging Packer Prognosticator Winner is... 


I Won I Won I Won I Won I Won!!! Ha hah hah hahaha!

BeerKid, I want a cold beer and foot-rub.

I Won I Won I Won!!!!

Girl with 3 Beers

The "Presagin' Packer Prognosticators" was suspended due to the behind the scene manipulations of BeerKid, who eventually lost this prediction challenge with the "playgroup in his mind", and after failing to install a hockey-type points system for the standings, then tried to go it alone last week to improve his standing at the expense of the other made-up (in his mind) competitors, combined with the eventual loss to the Vikqueens in Minnesota resulting in the Packers and BeerKid to stand with a 4-5 record for the season. Creating the opportunity for Girl With 3 Beers, who at the time was currently in 1st place (and now declared the winner) at 2-1, to quit for the season because she was guaranteed to have a record better than BeerKid (unless the Pack were to win 7 straight and finish 11-5 - they didn't) and thus be able to "own his ass" in all following conversations with him for the impending future. Congrats to Girl With 3 Beers...

non-Editorial Staff at Packer Palace




Presaging Packer Prognosticators... Current Standings 

Girl With 3 Beers 2 - 1 Get In Line Behind Me Guys...
Chief Cheesehead 1 - 1 Holy Smoking Cheddar Fondue!!!
Golden Magic G-Ball 1 - 1 The Answer Is Clear... To Me.
BeerKid 4 - 5 It Might Be Time For A Hockey Points Type Standings System...
Darth Vincent 1 - 2 Impressive...
Rory T. Est 1 - 2 Do You Recognize This Packer'd Pattern?
First Primate 0 - 2 Use Your Weapon Of Choice
The Green Man 0 - 3 Tasty! A Fine Selection For Sunday Dining!



















Sunday, November 09, 2008

Presaging Packer Prognosticator... 

Late to the party as I always am... the Packers take on the Vikqueens today in Minnesota. Both teams are at 4-4, and this has become a make-or-break game for both teams. I'm a green n gold optimist, so the Packers head into the dome and take care of business, the Vikqueens become the pretenders that we always knew they were, and the Packers keep alive their destiny to win the NFC North this year. Packers win 27-16 and start looking forward to meeting the Bears next week.

Beer Kid

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Presaging Packer Prognosticators... 

It's been a long 2 weeks since we last heard from our presagin' Packers Prognosticators, and this week we're featuring an undefeated matchup between Girl With 3 Beers and Chief Cheesehead, a new look for the Green Man, and long-time resident BeerKid spews some more pre-game prognosticatin' that absolutely no one bets their life with, so hold on to your Packer helmets boys and girls, it's time to bring you our fine tradition of providing Packers football analysis from somewhere far out there and way out beyond the back forty there eh, and this week we have breakdowns from:


This week's a tough one to call, Tennessee makes some really great Whiskey, and they have a really cute raccoon mascot, but their QB is "Brett Favre Old" and well, it's the young guys on the field that catch my eye, and I like the Packers to have the energy this week to knock off the undefeated Titans. Drink 'Sconi Beer and Go Pack!!!

Girl With 3 Beers


I've spent a long week inhaling the vapors from my favorite Smokin' Hot Cheddar Fondue (add jalapenos) that I always keep ready to serve, and peering through the veil of sweat constantly rolling over my eyes, I'm bending Time for something really useful, and according to the vapors, the raiding party from GB will prevail down at the battle for ol' Rocky Top.

Chief Cheesehead


When you try out to be Extispicy, and throw in a little bit of Alphitomancy, and your end result comes up un-even, well it's time to go with the old world Wisconsin stand-by to get your divination done correctly. Yes, I'm referring to Tyromancy. I've rolled out the block of extra-aged cheddar cheese to give my analysis the right taste and texture... and America's Dairyland makes the very best cheese. Go with the Packers.

The Green-Man


With over 2 weeks to dust-off and polish up the Magic Crystal Ball, to get it correctly calibrated for the green and gold divination that will tell us something about this week's game against the Titans in Tennessee. It simply said that the Defenses are matched up fairly well, which will invite a low-scoring game, and the Titans are going to try and grind out a win by running the ball, but the Packers have the explosive Offense and Special Teams, so the now relatively healthy Packers should win on the road, 23-16. You can count on the Ball.

Beer Kid



Coming off the bye week has helped the Packers, so it should help our prognosticators, and even though the Packers are matched up against an undefeated Titans team, this week our gang of four have all picked the Packers to give Tennesse their first defeat of the NFL season. Go Pack!

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Presaging Packer Prognosticators... 

Riding the wave of optimism that flushed out of Seattle last week and brings the Packers home to Lambeau Field to face Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts. So without delay we try to continue our fine tradition of providing pro football analysis from somewhere out there and beyond out there eh, and this week it's time for us to present to you:


I like Peyton and his commercials, but isn't it obvious, the more we drink the easier it is for the Packers to win. So in the obnoxious and divine inspiration provided by Nikki at The Daily Pint last week, drink drink drink, drink the Packers to victory. It put me in 1st place after only one week of trying!

Girl With 3 Beers

Impressive! Most impressive! The ability to destroy the Colts is insignificant next to the power of the G-Force. The Colts losing to the Pack in Lambeau, you are unwise to doubt. This surviving PackerLord has fore-seen it.

Darth Vincent



Q:  Will the Indianapolis Colts win on the road in Green Bay?

A:  Better not tell you now. Outlook not so good.



The Golden Magic G-Ball


Time to drag the ol' crystal ball back out from behind the empty cases of beer and divine out for you what will happen this week in the Packers Colts game. It's a bit smokey, but I think I see it now, yes it's Drink! Beer! Now! Definitely it's Drink! Beer! Now! that I can see clearly. Hold on hold on, keep your beer-goggles down, I can and will translate this for you. Drink! Beer! Now! simply means the Packers win at home. Easy said and easy done, something like 29-25.

Beer Kid



After a successful week in Seattle all 4 of this week's presagin' Packer Prognosticators going with the Packers to handle the Colts in Green Bay.

Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Presaging Packer Prognosticators... 

Well, after three consecutive weeks of draggin' the Packers down the drain with our presagin' Packer Prognosticators, we decided to come back anyway and wreck some more havoc through-out the football world and cheesehead nation. So with that in mind, we continue our fine tradition of providing football analysis from out there and beyond there eh, and this week breaking down the Packers vs Seahawks game in Seattle we at Packer Palace present:


I can usually say that my analysis is always guided by a team's colors, or by the butts of their key players, but c'mon, coffee from Seattle or beer from Wisconsin? I go with beer every time... so go against the Starbucks, oopsie, the Seahawks.

Girl With 3 Beers


Finally! A different Inksplotch to read...

Woah, I don't know what it looks like to you, but it looks like 2 big scary Packer D-Linemen coming in to sack Matt Hasselback to me. Seattle Seahawks lose at home.


Rory T. Est


I've spent a long day considering this matchup, watching the sun arc across the sky in it's slow dance with time, and examining the smoke rise from the small ritual wood fire that keeps my cheddar fondue ready to serve, and this week, the smoke signals do not favor the Seahawks.

Chief Cheesehead


No excuses here, but somebody put something in one of my 27 drinks last week... This week with some sparks of the Packers running game now appearing, and AR can throw for 300 yards with his sore shoulder, if needed again, all it will take is a penalty and mistake free game and the Pack should roll... 27-20. Drink! Beer! Now!

Beer Kid


Looks like the Pack is soon to be back on track, with all 4 of this week's presagin' Packer Prognosticators going against the Seahawks and expecting the Packers to win on the road and save their struggling season.

Friday, October 03, 2008

Presaging Packer Prognosticators... 

Again, our presagin' Packer Prognosticators are back after two consecutive weeks of getting their Packer predictions wrong. However, now is not the time to give up or lose faith. No, its time to double down, and with the barely-above-hapless Falcons coming into Green Bay this Sunday, the Packers are looking to get back on the winning track. So here we go again, continuing our fine tradition of providing football analysis from out there and beyond there eh, and this time we have for you:

I have found so many who's lack of faith is disturbing the G-Force... Rise above your petty grievances, don't give in... trust your feelings in this, the Bears still suck and the Packers will win in Lambeau against the Falcons. This surviving PackerLord has fore-seen it.

Darth Vincent


Forget the over-analyzing and minutiae of the comings and goings on the football field, it's simply a question of "pound, pound, pound, kill, kill, kill, mine, mine, mine". There is nothing better for a Packers QB than the warm feeling of having a weapon in your hand, I should know, and this Sunday will be no different. Go with the Pack!

First Primate


When one process fails, you must try another, so nothing gets me away from the table after a fine meal like my 2nd favorite practice, the divination of the future with barley loaves. Oh yes, as the leading Alphitomancer in the football universe, I like liquid bread just as much as your average Joe Six-Pack, and ummmm, hmmmm, this is much better than last week's brew. Hmmmmm, tasty, I like the Pack this week.

The Green-Man


Now it seems the last few weeks I've haven't quite reached that magical mystical place that means I can see the future clearly... well let me assure you that I'm wasted out of mind right now and I can see the Packers winning in the end, even though they can't stop Turner and the run, and even though they themselves might have a rookie QB running the show. With the smoke clearing away and providing clear sight, the Packers save their asses with a win, 20-17.

Beer Kid


No surprises here, all 4 of this week's presaging Packer Prognosticators are comfortable in their analysis that they are going with the Green Bay Packers to win the game and move to 3-2 in the NFC North.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Presaging Packer Prognosticators... 

After a disastrous start our prognosticators are back, with another tantalizing effort to bring you pre-game analysis on the upcoming Green Bay Packers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers game this Sunday down in Florida. We have again left no hill un-climbed, no deep river un-crossed, no alehouse left un-visited, ahem, yes we will continue to go there for a pint every week, and left no blizzard on the frozen tundra un-endured to bring you the finest in presaging Packer Prognosticators thought to be known through-out the football universe and out even way farther beyond that there, eh. So in that fine tradition we have this week for you:


No one reads an inksplotch better than I, and this one... heh, this suspiciously looks like the same 'splotch from last week, anyway, the squiggly splotch marks over there, there and there, all favor the Packers, the splotch of ink over here is bad, bad news for the Buccaneers. Packers win.

Rory T. Est



Q:  Will the Tampa Bay Buccaneers win at home against the Green Bay Packers?

A:  My sources say no.



The Golden Magic G-Ball


There is no cheesehead who can swing a light-saber through all the pre-game prognosticating BS like this surviving PackerLord can, and I will with great G-Force. Packers win. I have fore-seen it. Do not doubt me, for I will find your lack of faith disturbing...

Darth Vincent


Well now that all the being trampled and blowing dust is behind us, we pull back out another 12-pack of beer, some more smokes and our almost trusty magic crystal ball to gaze out beyond and down towards Tampa Bay... and for chris-sakes, its Griese (no Bears defense), come on, its Griese (no Bears defense). Packers win 23-16.

Beer Kid


A touch of surprise there, but there you have it, 3 of this week's presaging Packer Prognosticators are going with the Green Bay Packers and 1 is going against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Presaging Packer Prognosticators... 

In our continued effort to bring you an increased and somewhat improved analysis of the upcoming Green Bay Packers vs. Dallas Cowboys football game this Sunday night on NBC, we have left no stone un-turned, no mountain un-climbed, no alehouse left un-visited, ahem, and no deepest corner of the world un-searched to bring you the finest in presaging Packer Prognosticators known through-out the football universe and out even farther beyond there, eh. In that tradition we have this week for you:


As the first man to recognize an offensive weapon when I see one, I like what GB QB Rodgers has to work with, and no matter which way I scatter the bones around, and believe me I've scattered them around several times, and the "bones" keep telling me the same thing - Go with the Pack!

First Primate


As a Practitioner of Extispicy (ha-hah I bet you thought I said extra spicy, everyone laughs when I explain that) although I must say, the Chianti '67 blends well with any red meat and leafy garnish, but no matter which way you poke at them and pile them about, the entrails all point this week to a Packers victory at home. Hmmmmm mmmmmm, Entrails.

The Green-Man


No one reads an inksplotch better than I, and the one laid out before me this week concerning the Packers Cowboys game at Lambeau Field this Sunday night has left me no choice in the matter, the 'splotch obviously shows the Packers winning late 26-24, but then, when you look into my eyes, perhaps, you see something else...

Rory T. Est


You can rely on the above primitive ways of divination for Packer game-day forecasting if you want, but I'm going with the old tried true and completely reliable way taught to me by my fore-fathers, a 12-pack of beer, some smokes and a magic crystal ball. Without further ado, the Packers rise to the occasion and pull out the win, 27-22.

Beer Kid


No big surprise, but there you have it, all 4 of this week's presaging Packer Prognosticators are going with the Green Bay Packers.

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Presaging Packer Prognosticator... 

Just a quick thought before the game today... Lions don't impress me at all, I haven't seen much on what they did to improve last year's team, 'cept to get rid of any defensive stars they had, so without much analysis, expect the Packers to roll to 2-0 with a 31-16 win over the hapless Lions in Detroit.

Beer Kid

Monday, September 08, 2008

Presaging Packer Prognosticator... 

Packers start the 2008 campaign with a predicted drubbing of the over-hyped Vikqueens 24-13 that will "feel" close until the end. Go Pack!

Beer Kid

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