Why is Green Bay playing in Jacksonville?
Packers fans who had reservations for New Orleans had to scramble to change flights and hotel reservations after the NFL moved the game to Jacksonville because of the ongoing cleanup from Hurricane Ida, which hit Louisiana as a category 4 storm on Aug. 29. packersnews.comGreen Bay Packers fans show up in force in Jacksonville for opening game against New Orleans
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The Saturday Night Live comedian, 27, arrived to the Metropolitan Museum of Art's annual Costume Institute Gala for the first time in a statement-making look on Monday evening.
He chose a black tunic dress by Thom Browne, layered between a white dress shirt and a white blazer trimmed in black, which he accessorized with custom Silhouette sunglasses. Davidson told Vogue he was going for a "sexy nun" look, which was accessorized with black leather oxford boots and round black sunglasses.
The ensemble was on par with the "American independence" dress code of the night. This year's two-part exhibit kicks off with In America: A Lexicon of Fashion (debuting on Sept. 18) which examines the evolution of American fashion, and celebrates the role of American labels in championing sustainability, diversity and inclusion.
While this marks his first Met moment, Davidson does have some experience in the fashion world. In 2019, he walked the runway at the Alexander Wang show, modeling a plain white tank, which showed off his tattoos, two-tone jeans, a backwards baseball hat, a logo belt and sneakers.
Although Davidson didn't pose for photos with his date on Monday, he arrived with West Side Story actress Rachel Zegler, 20, having recently parted ways with Phoebe Dynevor, 26, after five months together. They made their first public appearance as a couple in early July, when they attended Wimbledon in London together.
After the 2020 Met Gala was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic and this year's event (which usually takes place on the first Monday in May) was delayed to September, event organizers announced last month that a vaccination mandate and mask requirement will be in effect for all attending this year's benefit, in compliance with N.Y.C. indoor gathering regulations.
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13 September, 2021 - 12:00pm
Chris Hogan, New Orleans Saints (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images)
Jameis Winston, Taysom Hill, New Orleans Saints (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images)
It’s hard to complain after a performance like the one we saw on Sunday, as the New Orleans Saints dismantled the Packers to the tune of 38-3. The game was only 17-3 at halftime and no one expected the Saints to hold the Packers scoreless for the rest of the afternoon or that the defense would keep Aaron Rodgers and Co. out of the end zone.
The Saints’ defense might have lost some playmakers but boy did they look good on Sunday when facing what’s supposed to be one of the league’s best offenses.
With all of this in mind, it’s hard to complain about much but the only thing that was missing was production from these three players, who fans hoped would be a big part of the Week 1 game.
Once the game was 31-3, the Saints should have let Taysom Hill play quarterback for the remainder of the afternoon. Hill was warming up with the tight ends before the game and didn’t end up doing anything in the receiving game.
He threw one pass (a connection for three yards) while rushing the ball twice for a single yard. Jameis Winston proved he’s the right quarterback for the Saints (at least for now) but when the game was out of reach for the Packers, Winston should have been pulled as a precautionary thing.
Hill didn’t get to do much in the season opener but hopefully, we see more from him as the offensive weapon we all know he thrives as.
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