Sports – Monday, September 29th, 2014

The Packers offense had it
rolling on Sunday, blowing by the Chicago Bears 38-17 at Soldier Field.  Aaron Rodgers completed 22 of 28 passes for
302 yards and four TDs.  Randall Cobb
caught seven passes for 113 yards and a pair of TDs while Jordy Nelson had 10
catches for 108 yards and 2 TDs.  The
Bears rolled up 496 yards of offense but two Jay Cutler interceptions and a
botched scoring drive to end the half wouldn’t allow them to keep pace with the
Packers on the scoreboard.  Neither team
punted in the game.  That was just the 2nd
time that happened in NFL history.  Talk
Packers football tonight on KFIZ from 6pm to 7pm during in the Huddle with
David Bakhtiari.  Tonight’s guest is
linebacker Jayrone Elliot.   Green Bay will host the
Vikings on Thursday night.  


The Chiefs host New England tonight on Monday Night Football.  Coverage begins at 7pm on News-Talk 1450


The Brewers season ended
with a 5-2 loss to the Cubs at Miller
season ends at 82-80, which is eight games better than last season, but
included one of the biggest collapses in Major League Baseball history.


Brewers owner Mark Attanasio
announced over the weekend that General Manager Doug Melvin would be back for
the 2015 season but would not comment on anyone else in the organization, which
might not bode well for manager Ron Roenicke and his staff.


Auburndale, Wisconsin native
Jordan Zimmermann threw a no-hitter against the Miami Marlins in a 1-0 win on
Sunday by Washington.


Baseball’s playoffs are
set.  Kansas City
will host Oakland in the American League Wild
Card Game on Tuesday while Pirates host San
in the N.L. Wild Card Game on
Wednesday.  The Nationals, Cardinals, and
Dodgers win the N.L. divisions, while the Orioles, Angels and Tigers take the
American League divisions. 


Team Europe dominated the
United States at the Ryder Cup winning for the 8th time in 10 years
with a 16 ½ to 11 ½ victory in Scotland.


Jeff Gordon won the NASCAR
Sprint Cup race at Dover
as the Chase for the Championship continues.