Nov. 19th, 2007

I didn't get online yesterday to report on the game. The Packers won, as expected (sorry, [livejournal.com profile] stormi0611), in the oldest quarterback matchup in NFL history. Testaverde (44) + Favre (38) = 82.something. I'm glad most of the Panther action was confined to the 3rd or 4th quarter, 'cause I was tired and found it hard to concentrate on the game. That might've also been influenced by us having to stand the whole time, and having non-ideal views of tvs. And me trying to avoid the bitchy waitress of the next room, who used the bar behind us.

If I'd been feeling at my best at the sports bar I'd have fun things to say about all the interceptions caught by Packers, that 94-yd run for a touchdown, and that fumble that happened late-ish in the game when the Panthers had been scoring. Oh, and the Panthers had this good defensive guy. Ribbons or something (Peppers???). Some word name. He did a lot of good for them, like blocking a field goal and maybe an interception that didn't matter because of a penalty? But he couldn't win the game by himself.

It was raining lightly when we left the sports bar, and it slowly turned into snow on the drive, finally becoming giant clumps of melty flakes around the size of a flat golf ball. It didn't stick, but I think this was the first real (non-flurries) snow of the season.

The Packers have two tough games impending. Thanksgiving vs. the Lions and then the following Thursday vs. the Cowboys. Yikes! But hey, my Pack are at 9-1(!!!), so...woooo!

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