The funniest quotation in the Journal Sentinel today came from Bob McGinn's interview with the former Raider Lionel Washington, now a Green Bay Packers assistant coach. Washington recalled Dec. 26, 1993, the day his supposedly tough team came to play at Lambeau Field. The thermometer read 0 degrees and the wind chill factor made it like 20 below.
"We left L.A. and it was 65, 70 degrees," said Washington, a Packers assistant coach since 1999. "Sunday morning, it was unfrickingbelievable. Guys weren't used to that kind of weather and they beat the crap out of us."
Final score, 28-0