The Green Bay Packers are merely the community-owned franchise as far as major professional sports are concerned.  The history is terribly endearing, but the fact is that a good number of Vikings fans are drained of the nonchalant tale of t he Packers. I personally appreciate the greatest football team in history, even as a number of people don’t.

Here is a day in the life of an NFL owner.

  • 9:35 a.m. — Nick missed his way on the Green Bay highway for the second successive day. The gates at Lambeau Field was opened at 9 a.m., and they were getting late to their destination and therefore made up their mind to keep away from the stadium parking and therefore opt for a park in the neighborhood. They left the car right in front of a house located at Thorndale Street that possesses numerous Packers stickers on the garage. The stadium lights push out on top of the backyard trees.
  • 10:16 a.m. — This man got through the side doors of the east side doors on his second attempt; the very first time, he forgot his ticket in the car and had to go back to pick it up. It was then he perceived that Jerry Jones does not get turned away when he forgot his own ticket at the Cowboys Stadium.
  • 10:21 a.m. — They sat at Section 115 of the stadium for the 11 a.m. meeting as the stadium croons to them with Matchbox 20 songs as well as a 2012 highlight reel that was named Unfinished Business, which is a reference to the Packers’ last game loss in San Francisco. As the Fail Mary locked horn with the Seahawks, the owners hoot lustily.
  • 11 a.m. — The crisis does not last for a long period. They applaud as the Packers’ front office enters the field.
  •  11:42 a.m. — The Packers anticipated 17,000 guests and owners to be in attendance, and the crowd occupied about 50 percent of the lower bowl of the stadium.  He emphasizes on the 7,000-seat extension in the south end zone, new sound system, new video boards and reformation plans for the reception area. The capacity of the stadium this fall is 80,750 fans, fine enough for number three in the NFL.
  • 12:38 p.m. — He was having discussions with three of the perfectly dressed stakeholders in the stadium.
  • 2:50 p.m. — They went to the south end zone expansion for a self-guided tour exclusively for the owners, after a long wait for lunch at Curly’s Pub in the vestibule. With a vantage point that stretches almost to the top of the lights on the west side of the stadium, the upper-deck seats are more to their taste. The Packers fans will have the chance of peering out of the stadium and see Green Bay for the very first time.
  • 4:34 p.m. — They finally get hold of a number of outstanding items at the Pro Shop and then walk back to the car for the long ride home.