Monthly Archives: September 2015

The fifth post in my “James Bond at 50” series focuses on the Pierce Brosnan Years. For me, the best of Brosnan’s four films was his first, 1995’s GoldenEye. While I enjoyed his next two Bond films, Tomorrow Never Dies and The World Is Not Enough, I didn’t consider them very memorable. Brosnan’s last Bond film, Die Another Day, was a disappointment. Like many …

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Headline: Hot start gives Green Bay fans hope before late season struggles leave Packers out of the playoffs due to a tie breaker with the 8-7-1 Vikings Regular Season Record: 8 – 7 – 1 (Second Place NFC Central Division) Offseason Highlights: In 1978, the NFL expanded the regular season from a 14 to a 16 game schedule, simultaneously reducing the …

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Headline: Packers produce lowest point total since Curly Lambeau’s final season as coach, in 1949 Regular Season Record: 4 – 10 (Fourth Place NFC Central Division) Offseason Highlights: The 1977 Green Bay Packers draft was one of their more productive of the 1970s, yielding five players who would start for the Packers over the next several seasons. With their two …

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