Sunday Night Football: Packers at Eagles

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Can't help but think we may have just seen the last of A. Rodgers. With this season lost, and serious questions about what - if anything - he has to reasonably play for in the future, it might be a great time to hang it up.
I hope you're right. If indeed we've seen the last of Rodgers, I won't miss his arrogant, obnoxious attitude one little bit.
 

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This is the same Eagles defense who also gave up 35 points to the Lions and allowed the Commanders to rush all over them. Their defense is weak link until proven other wise. They have allowed Jordan Love to come in and pick them apart. If their defense doesn't get them eliminated from the playoffs before the Super Bowl, can anyone see Hurts being the type to be able to go toe to toe with Mahomes or Josh Allen in the SB?
I hope you're right about their defense being a weak link because their OL looked like a strong point. They were totally owning GB with their run game, especially Hurts, and our run defense is nothing to brag about.
 
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Maybe if it was 2010, sure.

Lambeau circa 2022 is no more home field advantage than any other team....unless we want to be weinies and cry about the temperature. News flash...Packer players don't have any special protection from cold, and come from all over the country just like our players.

Or....are we complaining about The Refs again?
I wasn’t really talking about the Lambeau mystique, but that playing the same team at home vs. on the road is definitely an advantage. Same situation will be with the Titans - Dallas plays in Tennessee where the Eagles get them at home. That obviously doesn’t guarantee the Cowboys will lose & the Eagles win, but it certainly changes the degree of difficulty.
 
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