It’s been that way in this league for a long time

Eye-in-the-sky Judge? Wasn’t it just “Sky Judge”? Or am I tripping? Tomato, tomato? Bueller?

And the dead zone is barely underway.

Jimbo from Sawbridgeworth, UK

London ticket secured! Absolutely buzzing. As a Tottenham fan, to see the Packers in our stadium is a dream come true. When will details of the events of that weekend be announced?

In plenty of time for people to know what’s up. As soon as everything is finalized, all the info will be posted on our site.

Not a question, just a comment. I can see it now – Mike bowing to the Queen as he is knighted Sir Michael Spofford!

Ha. My dad came closer to that than I ever will. He received an honorary degree from St. Mary’s College (now University) in Twickenham, presented to him at Westminster Cathedral. Sitting in a press box at Tottenham ain’t gonna top that.

Brad from Komoka, Ontario

On Twitter, Andrew Brandt stated that 24 of 32 owners would need to vote Dan Snyder out as owner. Correct me if I’m wrong, but would Mr. Murphy be voting on behalf of the Packers?

George from North Mankato, MN

Just wanted to point out a couple things people forget about Barry Sanders’ greatness. During his prime, he had 145 rushes for no gain in a 5-year span. During that same time, he accumulated minus-1,300 yards on carries for a loss. Can you imagine his totals had he been gifted the luxury of a top-flight offensive line?

It’s one of the all-time mysteries, but I’ve also wondered whether we’d seen the true greatness of Sanders in that context.

If given the choice between Payton, Sanders, or Peterson, I would take Payton every time. He could run, block, catch, throw. He was a complete three-down back. Who would you pick?

Without question Walter, but I’m admittedly biased from my youth. I got his autograph multiple times growing up and was over the moon every time.

Has nobody mentioned Jim Brown? He has to be among the greatest. Saw him (with that year’s champion Cleveland Browns) held to under 100 yards by the Pack in 1964 in Milwaukee, but he was a beast.

Nobody’s dissing Jim Brown, for all those asking. The discussion became centered on the running backs from division rivals the Packers faced numerous times. Green Bay faced Brown only three times his entire career, and yes, held him under 100 yards every time.

Braedon from Endicott, NY

To those who think the starters should play in the preseason, the Bills played their starters for the entire first half of their final preseason game against us and proceeded to lose at home against the Steelers in Week 1. The preseason doesn’t matter folks.

And they came within a crazy ending at Arrowhead of reaching another AFC title game.

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