7 Emotions Packers Fans Felt During The Game Last Week
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7 Emotions Packers Fans Felt During The Game Last Week

What a roller coaster of emotions!

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7 Emotions Packers Fans Felt During The Game Last Week
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Every Packers fan, Broncos fan, and football fan in general was tuned in this Sunday to see which team would walk away 7-0 and who would go home with their first loss. These are the seven emotions that every Packers fan felt throughout this game.


1. Excitement

Coming off yet another win, still undefeated for the season, there was no way we would let the Broncos beat us. This season has gone so great after beating the Bears by eight points in the season opener to then just winning 27-20 against the Chargers. We were ready to put up a fight against the Broncos.

2. Arrogance

Aaron Rodgers might as well be the king of Wisconsin. Clay Matthews is the football player version of Thor. Our defense is one to be messed with. Our offense? Watch out, Broncos. We are coming for you on Sunday. Every Wisconsinite and Packer fan near and far bragged about how we would walk out of Denver 7-0.

3. Confidence

We were ready. Jerseys on, TVs loud, and waiting for kickoff. It was here: the game that would continue our streak. There was no way we could lose.

4. Uneasy

No points in the first quarter and down by seven. It's only seven points. No big deal; we can get that in our sleep. Second quarter wraps up; halftime. We got those seven points, but the Broncos got ten more. Everyone says there is still a whole half left and that we can catch up, but that little thought pops up in the back of your head. Shove it back—there is still another half to go.

5. Nervous

Another quarter here and gone. Now losing 10-24. Only one quarter left. We can do it! Right?

6. Depression

Broncos score even more, but the same cannot be said for the Packers. It's over. Our undefeated streak. Aaron Rodgers isn't immortal? Clay Matthews isn't a brick wall and sacking machine? The Packers are no longer invincible? What is the purpose of life, then?

7. Proud

In the end, we are proud. Proud of our boys that did their best and will learn from their mistakes. Proud that we can say we were close and that we are still Super Bowl contenders. Proud that we are Packer fans. GO PACK GO!

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