There really is something magical about playoff football at Lambeau and I loved every minute of last night’s game.
I loved that most of the stadium sang along to the National Anthem.
I loved that the pregame fireworks sent so much smoke in the air you could barely see Za’Darius Smith dance down through the opening team introductions.
I loved that Za’Darius Smith danced through the opening team introductions.
I loved that Wisconsin Badger Russell Wilson played a masterful game for the Seahawks.
I loved our opening drive.
I loved that Davante Adams was rock solid with 160 yards and two touchdowns.
I loved that, though they looked like they might be running out of gas, our defense wracked up six sacks of a very nimble quarterback.
I loved that our halftime show featured high school quarterbacks and receivers from eight different teams.
I loved that Lil Wayne, wearing a fluffy white coat, led the Beer Barrel Polka. What?
I loved that the entire stadium stood throughout the game.
I loved Preston Smith’s game-saving sack.
I loved that a chunk of my family got to see the game at Lambeau.
I loved that, even though my poor sister Kathy caught the Packer flu bug and was unable to attend the game, she kept up a lively text chat throughout and gave us all insights from Troy Aikman on TV and herself on her couch.
I love that my friend and fellow Packer fan Kathie got to celebrate her birthday in style at Lambeau last night.
I loved that the Packers’ 100th season is shaping up to be one of its best.
Go Pack Go!