Nobody could have predicted the Giants would enter their Week 6 game against the Broncos in search of their first win of the season. But that was the case for New York, ravaged by injuries and suddenly facing major questions regarding its future, entering Sunday night’s game.
Another reason this would work: Kaepernick wouldn’t start for the Packers next season no matter what. If he were to succeed with Green Bay, somebody else would sign him in 2018.
Imagine the storyline: Romo, also a Wisconsin native, leaves the booth (where he is good) and leads the Packers to the postseason. The headlines in Dallas would look much like the ones in Green Bay after Favre signed with Minnesota.
It would be the biggest story of the season, and social media would not be able to handle a Romo playoff win in a Green Bay uniform.
It’s also hard to believe this would happen considering Romo is 37, injury prone and has made just four starts since 2015.
No matter, they were already soaked from celebratory beer and sparkling wine.
“Both teams were throwing their guys, and that’s what you live for,” Houston third baseman Alex Bregman said on Monday after Justin Verlander came out of the bullpen to beat Chris Sale in an aces-turned-relievers role reversal and helped the Astros eliminate the Red Sox in four games with a 5-4 victory.
According to Rathke, the NLRB will assign a field agent to investigate the claim and if there is a determination that there is a violation of the act it will go to trial if no settlement is reached.