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Well, The Bears Still Suck midway through the first quarter. I’m torn (a little) between them losing versus doing enough the remainder of the season to not get Nagy fired. But it would be amazing for the pick they traded away to be a Top 5.

Baltimore Ravens guard and Waukesha, Wisconsin, native Kevin Zeitler announced Tuesday that he and his wife Sara will help cover funeral and medical expenses of victims of the Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy Sunday. The fatal event left six dead and at least 62 wounded.

"In light of the recent tragic events at the Waukesha Christmas Parade on November 21st, 2021, we want out community to know that we see them, love them , and we're here for them," the Zeitlers wrote on Twitter. "Our primary goal is to have the focus remain on the families who were directly impacted by last weekend's tragedy and to help make sure any financial burdens are taken care of. We feel that the best way to help the affected families is to assist with funeral and medical expenses by donating to the fund which was set up by United Way and the Waukesha County Community Foundation. Together, we are #WaukeshaStrong."     

https://www.usatoday.com/story...expenses/8747903002/

Let me start by saying that I live near Detroit.  One of my buddies (huge Loins fan) has decided to bet $50 on the money line against the loins for every game this year. His rationale is that he'd pay $50 for a loins win and expecting that they'll lose wins him money every week.  In his mind it's a win/win.

Assuming that you don't believe in superstition/karma would any of you do this for the Packers and, if so, what $ amount would you put up?

…because it’s football.

…because Elgton would want us to watch

…because  Fedya is at the Marion Morrison Film Festival

Badger men won their 1st game in the Maui invite today 69-58 over Texas A & M.   Badgrs started slow but tough defense forced A & M turnovers and the Badgers lead 35-34 at the half.   Bucky kept the tough defense in the 2nd half but began to tire and A & M pulled to within 7 but BUcky held on for the win.   Badgers hit 15 of 17 FT and out rebounded A & M  36-29.

Badgers next take on Houston at 4:00 CST tomorrow. Game can be found on ESPN.   Oh, and the games are being played in Las Vegas instead of Maui because of Covid protocols.

@AdamSchefter: Tests confirmed that Packers’ OL Elgton Jenkins suffered a season-ending torn ACL during Sunday’s loss to the Vikings, per source.

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