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Green Bay Packers Ugly Snowy Win Might Push Them to Playoffs


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On Sunday The Green Bay Packer had an ugly but hard fought win against the Houston Texas on a snowy afternoon. Regardless of the situation that get the job done and got the win column.

This kind of tenacity shows what kind of a team the Green Bay Packers are made of and can easily help them prepare to make a final push towards the playoffs.

The packers were playing poorly on their home field on what could have been a strong game for them from the start against the Houston Texans. Blame it on the snowy weather if you will but this is Aaron Rodgers on their homefield and a lot more could have been expected from them.

Then came the 4th quarter and Aaron Rodgers and the Packers showed the determination of a playoff team as they scored on two touchdown passes to get the win for a 21-13 final score.

This kind of heart until the end is what they need to push through the playoffs as they have four games remaining with the last two games against the gritty Seattle Seahawks and the strong defense of the Minnesota Vikings.

Aaron Rodgers seems to have super powers during December as for the last 8 years he has not lost in Lambeau Field. Right now they are trailing the Detroit Lion in NFC North and winning all their four games is something they need to do to secure a playoff path.

The Lions is going to have a tough game against the streaking Dallas Cowboys (11-1) and the New York Giants (8-4) and the Chicago Bears who defeated them in Week 4 on the score of 17-14.

Aaron Rodgers carried his team under pressure on an bad snowy weather and had two touchdown passes of 98 and 89 yards. Rodgers since Week 7 has managed to throw 2,113 yard and 19 touchdowns with only 3 interceptions.

The Packers seems ready and even if the game against the Texas is ugly, it showed character and their ability to close out games regardless of the situation.

Darren Sharper NFL ex-Safety Sentenced to 20 years in Prison


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Darren Sharper who played as safety for Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints, was sentenced by a Los Angeles Superior Court to 20 years in prison on Tuesday. The sentence is Darren’s plea agreement for drugging and raping women in four states.

Judge Michael Pastor, who presided for the sentence hearing, has this comments about Sharper — “horrible conduct, disgraceful abuse of trust”.

The first victim known as Jane Doe 2 has this testimony — “I started vomiting, my head was pounding and I had trouble seeing clearly.” Jane Doe 2 notes that the incident is “the worst night of my life.” Jane Doe 2 adds — “The only good thing about this situation is that this disgusting low-life human will be sent to prison for many years and is likely he will never be able to do to this to another woman again”

Sharper, 41, has already served two years in prison while awaiting sentencing and after 8 years he can apply for parole.

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