1. What if Brett Favre Threw to Sterling Sharpe for 10 Seasons?

    Sports columnists and bloggers better be grateful for Sterling Sharpe. It's because of him that they have something to talk about when there isn't any real news...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about 6 years ago 1,651 reads 10 comments

  2. Mike McCarthy and Green Bay Packers' Season Is on the Line

    Sunday's loss was a tough one to take for the Green Bay Packers. Put aside the fact that it came against the Vikings, which is always hard to take. Forget the pain of watching Mason Crosby's game-winning field goal attempt slice just right of the upright

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about 6 years ago 635 reads 5 comments

  3. Packers-Bears: NFL's Oldest Rivalry Will Finally See a Game of Consequence

    There is a reason why the Packers-Bears rivalry has lost some luster. There has been a lack of significant games between the two teams for the past 30 years or so...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about 6 years ago 2,310 reads 5 comments

  4. Packers and Aaron Rodgers Sign Long-Term Contract

    The Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers have come to an agreement on a contract extension through the 2014 season. Rodgers will make over $11 million per year and $20 million in guaranteed money, ...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about 6 years ago 500 reads 8 comments

  5. Marquette Golden Eagles Men's Basketball Preview

    The Marquette Golden Eagles are optimistic about the 2008-2009 men's college basketball season despite losing former head coach Tom Crean and four young players during the offseason...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about 6 years ago 804 reads 8 comments

  6. Ted Thompson Knows What He's Doing

    The Green Bay Packers pounded the Indianapolis Colts into the ground this past Sunday. Aaron Rodgers played well but lacked the gaudy numbers that signals to most casual fans that a quarterback had a good game...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about 6 years ago 550 reads 17 comments

  7. NFL Still Wide Open After Week Six

    What a crazy week in the NFL. Arizona beat Dallas in overtime on a blocked punt. Atlanta trailed Chicago after receiving a kickoff with 11 seconds remaining and won. A winless team from St...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about 6 years ago 126 reads 0 comments

  8. Kimbo Slice Revealed to be Greg Oden's Biological Father

    Grizzled facial hair, gigantic physical proportions, faces only a mother and grandmother could love, Greg Oden and Kimbo Lsice share all those...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about 6 years ago 1,145 reads 5 comments

  9. Seattle Seahawks Listed 6.5-Point Underdogs to Local Man's Fantasy Team

    Despite not having an offensive line, no punter, and no actual NFL players, the Sheboygan Ragamuffins are 6.5-point favorites over the Seattle Seahawks this week...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about 6 years ago 522 reads 10 comments

  10. How the World Was the Last Time Milwaukee Saw October Baseball

    Every year the Cubs make the playoffs, you see the lists. Lists of things that have changed since the last time the Cubs won the World Series in 1908 (Two World Wars, television, airplanes, etc...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about 6 years ago 299 reads 2 comments

  11. Magic Number is Two for the...Milwaukee Brewers?

    I'm as shocked as you are about that headline. Not long ago, the Brewers were two and a half games down in the wild card race, and it looked as though the Brew Crew would extend the postseason drought to 27 years...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about 6 years ago 444 reads 1 comments

  12. Casual College Football Fans Rejoice: Upsets Are Back

    I'm not a college football fan. I have no biases. The SEC has good teams and bad teams. The Big Ten Plus One has decent teams and bad teams. The Pac-10 is all right, but the Pac-10 is also terrible...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about 6 years ago 264 reads 1 comments

  13. NFL Week Four: The Game Nobody Wants to Watch

    Official bye weeks start next Sunday, and this makes it tougher to find terrible games on the NFL schedule. Detroit, Miami, and Seattle all have the week off, so that might have something to do with the quality of competition next week...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about over 6 years ago 960 reads 5 comments

  14. It's "Ben" An Interesting Ride: Reflecting on Sheets' Career in Milwaukee

    Seven years ago, Ben Sheets was a 23-year-old flamethrowing rookie for the Milwaukee Brewers. For the first three seasons of his career, Sheets was the only bright spot for a franchise that had seen a lot of darkness for over 20 years...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about over 6 years ago 530 reads 3 comments

  15. September in Wisconsin: Football Displaces Baseball Once Again

    Earlier this summer, when Brett Favre really started pushing for a return to the NFL, I wrote this article...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about over 6 years ago 267 reads 4 comments

  16. NFL Week Three: The Games Nobody Wants to Watch

    The NFL schedule this week is full of yawners. Bad teams pitted against bad teams make for bad football. Which are the worst this week? I thought you'd never ask...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about over 6 years ago 294 reads 2 comments

  17. Why the Green Bay Packers Might Lose to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night

    College football fans circled the third weekend of the schedule. Two top-five teams met in the Los Angeles Coliseum, a mecca of the sport, on a national stage...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about over 6 years ago 1,232 reads 17 comments

  18. Green Bay Packers Keep Train Rolling

    Now, I've been an Aaron Rodgers fan from the beginning of the Favre fiasco. I never questioned Ted Thompson and Mike McCarthy and I always had confidence that Rodgers would manage the games and not make killer mistakes...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about over 6 years ago 805 reads 1 comments

  19. Memo to the Minnesota Vikings: You Can't Be the Best Until You Beat the Best

    I'm talking to you, Minnesota Vikings. That's something you haven't been able to do for two seasons and one game now. The Vikings are 0-5 against the Packers since Mike McCarthy and Brad Childress were hired as the teams' head coaches...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about over 6 years ago 875 reads 15 comments

  20. NFL Opening Sunday: Are They WHO WE THOUGHT THEY WERE!?

    Keep in mind that, as I write this, the Colts and Bears are still playing in the second quarter. By the time the week is over, there may be other teams that I can add to the list...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about over 6 years ago 461 reads 2 comments

  21. End Around vs. Reverse vs. Double Reverse

    I've heard enough people mistake these three terms, including television analysts, to feel compelled to write a little blurb about the differences between the three. An end around is a handoff to a wide receiver from the quarterback...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about over 6 years ago 1,933 reads 1 comments

  22. Throwback Jerseys: Taking some of the "No" Out of the "No Fun League"

    National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell has rubbed some the wrong way during his short tenure at his position...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about over 6 years ago 2,045 reads 11 comments

  23. Anti-Aaronism: Who is Hoping for Rodgers' Failure?

    There's no doubt about it. Aaron Rodgers is going to be scrutinized this year. Not only in the Dairyland, though. From coast to coast and from border to border, people will be hoping that Aaron Rodgers has a bad first season as an NFL starter...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about over 6 years ago 381 reads 6 comments

  24. NFL Week One: What To Watch for

    Perhaps I'm acting a bit prematurely with this article. After all, there's still a whole week left before every NFL team will have a result in the scorebook. But I just can't wait...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about over 6 years ago 1,130 reads 2 comments

  25. Which NL Team is the Biggest Disappointment of 2008?

    Due to my frustration with writing half of this article only to have my browser crash, this installment of disappointing teams will be far shorter than the last...

    Tim Seeman Written by Tim Seeman about over 6 years ago 270 reads 6 comments