Mason Crosby kicked a walk-off field goal for the Packers on Sunday. It happened right in front of me, as the picture to the right (which I took) will attest.
Crosby jogged onto the field, glanced over at me in the second row, set himself, calmly hit the game-winning field goal and then turned to give me a raucous two handed middle-finger salute.
Of course, it didn’t really happen that way, but symbolically, it might as well have.
Anyone who reads this blog knows or has heard me on CheeseheadRadio should know that I haven’t been the biggest of Crosby fans. For the uninitiated, here’s a brief history of my writings on the subject of Crosby:
August 2, 2009: I call for some training camp competition for Crosby.
March 2010: I railed about Crosby doubling his salary by reaching what must have been some fluff incentives after a bad 2009 season.
March 17, 2011: I did give Crosby a B grade for the 2010 season, mainly on his performance over the Packers’ Super Bowl run.
August 4, 2011: Here I mocked Crosby a bit for being allowed to retake a “game winning” kick in practice with no defense.
August 8, 2011: I still believe I did a very good job debunking some Crosby myths by presenting the facts as they were before this season.