Hey everyone. As most of you know, Tap Down Sports is a home grown, cheese lovin’, beer drinking’Wisconsin through and through blog and brand. It was started in a living room in northwest Wisconsin and spread all around the state from Eau Claire to La Crosse to Oshkosh to Green Bay and will hopefully be a household name throughout theRead more
If you were lucky enough to grow up in Wisconsin around football, you’ve had the luxury to watch a handful of players do things on the gridiron everybody else can’t even imagine. Obviously, Aaron Rodgers could throw a ball over the mountains and hit Lincoln’s nose on a penny waiting on the other side, Joe Thomas could pass protect aRead more
Monday Night Football: Packers versus Lions: Our lives can finally return to normal after a bye week.
Whoever’s idea it was to put the Packers on Monday Night Football after a bye week is either a saint of the highest, highest regards that should have a holiday named after them or a real life devil pouring battery acid into the already very open, bloody, and painful wound that is the first half of Green Bay’s 2017 season.Read more
I like to think Tap Down Sports is a place people of all different backgrounds can come together to smile, laugh, and be entertained through the TDS crew’s opinions and stories about the world and sports, whether that’s from our comedy or just that they find the unique way we live life particularly funny. Regardless, I know I enjoy howRead more
Hurry, list your top 3 ways to wake up in the morning from 3 to 1. GO!! 3. Email/Phone call that class/school is cancelled. 2. Not Hungover. 1. Your 22-year-old superstar, who’s leading the NBA in points per game and also the early season MVP race, says he’s never going to leave and play as many more years as heRead more
Oop. Sorrey there. Had to click bait your guys with the headline a little bit, but the Packers actually did try to make a move at the deadline, and it was a little unsettling. Source: CBS Sports: But first there’s this: apparently the Packers tried to steal Hoyer away, according to a report from Ian Rapoport of NFL Media. ThatRead more
It looked like the Thunder were a nationally ranked 5th grade AAU team, like the ones LeBron’s and DWade’s kids play on, and the Bucks were a 5th grade Saturday morning, travel basketball team with Giannis being that one kid that’s already like 6’3″ and can hang with anyone because he’s basically a full grown adult at that point. However,Read more