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Re: MNF: One team better than the Packers vs. a team the Packers somehow beat

Blair Kiel ·
Late to this epic MNF party. Mrs. Blair Kiel is celebrating a birthday today and quite honestly, it's one neither of us are happy about. She claims to now be 16....... Celsius . So yeah, Fedya, the kinky train has definitely left the station.
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Re: MNF: One team better than the Packers vs. a team the Packers somehow beat

Fedya ·
You better have sung this to her:
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Re: MNF: One team better than the Packers vs. a team the Packers somehow beat

Fedya ·
You better have sung this to her:
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Re: The Ugly, The Bad ...and the Good?

Va. Packer ·
Show you? While Randall played well as the other starter against the Jaguars, Rollins was benched midway through the game in favor of Gunter, who also struggled.-ESPN Quinten Rollins allowed two touchdowns on three targets while Kentrell Brice allowed two catches for 49 yards with 33 yards coming after the catch.-Washington Post THUMBS DOWN The Packers used Randall in the slot for much of camp, but inexplicably they went with Quinten Rollins there in the nickel package. It might have been...
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Re: Only in Wisconsin: Wausau man cited for driving snowmobile while intoxicated

Henry ·
The train of thought would not only deem it necessary if not an emergency. We're lucky pants were worn.
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Re: Are you "feeling it" NOW? +/- Seahawks WIN!

Grave Digger ·
It's surprising considering he was on the bubble in training camp and was probably the 6th best receiver on the roster.
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Re: Are you "feeling it" NOW? +/- Seahawks WIN!

Herschel ·
Maybe it's just me, but the Packers seem to be running a lot more crossing routes, etc. lately and that seems to have coincided with Adams' ascension. It seems to have loosened opposing defenses up just enough where Adams' ability to cut in enhanced while his lack of deep speed is minimized.
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Re: Are you "feeling it" NOW? +/- Seahawks WIN!

MichiganPacker ·
Losing Earl Thomas is the equivalent of losing Nick Collins. It took the Packer defense years to recover from losing Collins (I would argue that if he would have stayed healthy, they probably win at least another Super Bowl). As someone said, Chancellor is a great safety in run support (one of the best I've ever seen), but the reason he lasted until the 5th round of the draft is that he runs a 4.69 40. Here were his weaknesses according to NFL.com when he was drafted: Earl Thomas covers up...
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Re: Are you "feeling it" NOW? +/- Seahawks WIN!

DH13 ·
I remember Newsome quite well but I don't think his loss was as big as losing Colllins. I don't recall the secondary suffering as much after 97 as I do after during and after 2011.
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Re: Are you "feeling it" NOW? +/- Seahawks WIN!

ilcuqui ·
Nick was darn near close to being a generational player at safety. It took him a couple of years to get acclimated to the league but then, wow. He was under appreciated so much, I think because he was perhaps, after Ed Reed, the greatest modern day "center fielder" type safety. Except that highlight reel hits and interceptions weren't his game... providing sideline to sideline top cover for his teammates was. I seriously doubt that Dom would've used Chuck the way he did, as a gambling Swiss...
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Re: The Invisible Man known as Ted Thompson

ChilliJon ·
I enjoy camping. Tent camping. Real camping. During a week long camp excursion you can hop in the lake with a bar of soap and scrub the general and two colonels and wipe down the bunker. It's "lake clean". My point is there are wildly varying degrees of clean. Sanitize clean with a spot free rinse? No. Lake Clean? Yes. That's all I'm saying.
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Re: The Invisible Man known as Ted Thompson

Henry ·
Lumberjack Joe and the Flapjack Twins.
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Re: The Invisible Man known as Ted Thompson

Fedya ·
This assumes you're on private property. I dare you to try it at a state park.
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Re: I am starting to get excited about our top 10 draft pick next spring

ammo ·
How silly of me to post this. TT and MM would never give them the chance to prove themselves in game situations anyway. They just praise them as to how good they are in camp.
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Re: The Invisible Man known as Ted Thompson

Hungry5 ·
With 90 spots for camp, does it really matter how they got there?
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Re: Giants coffee talk

excalibur ·
In the post season, defense still wins. The Giants defense is much better than the Packers defense. The Giants secondary especially has been playing great; they still can rush the passer, though not like 2007, 2011, blitzing more than they used to. The Packers secondary is a train wreck and as usual the Packers have little to offer in the pass rush. Neutralize Beckham and go from there. The Giants OL is average, so the Packers need to pressure Eli against that OL. Flowers has had a number of...
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Re: Giants coffee talk

Packdog ·
Thanks Micah. Will share that with our 5th grade neighbor kid. Such detailed strategy talk !!! Thinking about Hyde, Gunter, whoeverthe****, and even Burnett manning the CB position ...now that the position is a train-wreck. They might be slow-footed but at least they have been more assignment sure than Randall and Rollins. Those guys have simply been undependable....poor technique, missed assignments, missed tackles, etc... Hopefully just confused kids that can turn it around, but injuries...
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Re: Let's Talk Cowboys (Divisional Playoff Game 1/15/17)

Hungry5 ·
McCarthy presser today. McCarthy then added... 10-1 when we score 1 st in 2016... and 25-6 when score 1 st over the past few years Actually in Sep, but they've been aware since it happened.
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Re: Gruden's Grunts vs McCarthyism's Kids

Cavetoad ·
Madison could be promising, but he hasn't been in camp since his team mate and best friend killed himself. Good and great big bodies that can play at the NFL level are not that easy to find. What makes it harder is the fact that they don't always 'mature' at the same rate. It's a crap shoot and hindsight is always 20-20 except when you hit.
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Re: Gruden's Grunts vs McCarthyism's Kids

GrainBelt66 ·
Exactly the point I was trying to make
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Re: Gruden's Grunts vs McCarthyism's Kids

fightphoe93 ·
I'm in the camp of... they're trying to limit the film on Boyle as much as possible. He did show a very good arm in the limited time he played, who knows, maybe that's enough for another team to put him on their roster. I really hope we're able to keep him, he's got some tools you can work with, and 2 years from now might be able to really help somebody.
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Re: Kool-aid Man's packets vs. McCarthy's dreamers

michiganjoe ·
Allison has had a good camp.
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Re: Kool-aid Man's packets vs. McCarthy's dreamers

Esox ·
The guy was the talk of camp. I would be a bit surprised if he does not make it.
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Re: Kool-aid Man's packets vs. McCarthy's dreamers

michiganjoe ·
Can't make the club in the tub. Had injury issues in Cincy as well.
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Re: Kool-aid Man's packets vs. McCarthy's dreamers

Cavetoad ·
Yeah Bill Micheals brought up his injury history today on his show...
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Re: Kool-aid Man's packets vs. McCarthy's dreamers

Esox ·
Really? Monty is in the tub all the time. Sorry, I still thinks he makes it. Time will tell.
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Re: Kool-aid Man's packets vs. McCarthy's dreamers

Pakrz ·
I hope you’re right but I think that spot might come down to him or Davis. Davis was a pretty good return man last year and has value there on ST.
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Re: Practice Squad

ChilliJon ·
FWIW. TJ Watt didn’t play a preseason snap and sat on the sideline for a full month in camp trying to recover from a nasty hammy injury. Steelers are a little concerned about his history with injuries.
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Re: Practice Squad

FLPACKER ·
Player's athleticism dramatically increases throughout his college career & then he develops reoccurring muscle strains .....sound familiar?
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Re: It's Bear Week!!!

bvan ·
LMAO! Serial Pooper at Practice Field Has Ties to Training Camp Dorms DE PERE, WI–Authorities said they cracked the case of a mysterious serial pooper targeting the Packers outdoor practice field, and the identity of the suspect came as quite a surprise: the training camp dormitory superintendent! The Ashwaubenon Volunteer Police Squadron (AVPS) said the resource officer monitoring activity surrounding Lambeau Field was alerted to the feces fiasco at Ray Nitschke Field by training camp...
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Re: It's Bear Week!!!

Timpranillo ·
Do I have to do everything around here?
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Re: It's Bear Week!!!

PackerPatrick ·
What’s really scary is that I kinda look like that guy, only with better teeth and hygiene.
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Re: It’s Vikings Week

packerboi ·
OL? Going into training camp, I'd agree. Now? They have had a slew of injuries on the OL. Their swing tackle (back up to their starters) just went on IR, they lost their starting center, traded for one from the Giants, who also have OL problems, lost LG Easton for the season and at one point, had their 3rd center playing before trading. Viking OL is a mess and it showed some in week one against the Whiners.
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Re: Best Badger RB of all time

Music City ·
Melvin Gordon got my vote. His explosiveness was just stunning. What he did to a ranked Nebraska defense when he set the record in the Camp Randall snow to me should go down as the greatest single game rushing performance in NCAA history. 400 yards in 3 quarters? Against a ranked opponent? There hasn’t been a performance that stacks up. And his second best performance- 216 yards on 9 carries against Nebraska his redshirt freshman season in the B1G Championship Game was a prelude of what was...
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Re: Let's Remember Some Guys

Music City ·
Johnny Gray- my brothers attended his football camp and I got to meet him when I was a youngin.
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Re: Let's Remember Some Guys

antooo ·
Bill Kazmaier - Worlds Strongest Man Kaz didn't make it out of training camp (1981), but he sure looked the part.
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Re: Fun/Good Stuff to pass the time.

QuietOne ·
We don't have cable out here in the "sticks" and "someone" won't spring for satellite. I took out 19 books from the library before it was shut down and I'm on my last two. So on Monday I noticed a car stopped on the highway below our house (about 1/5 mile away). It started with one squad car behind it. Speeding was my first thought. Then another squad showed up. Oh ho, says I, OWI! But then a THIRD squad showed up. That called for me to get the binoculars and sit on my little camp stool...
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Re: Round 1 Pick 26 (From Miami) QB Jordan Love Utah State

Goldie ·
Just heard Ryan Leaf saying that he talked to someone “close to Aaron’s camp” and he’s, Aaron, not upset about the pick, just that after 15 years he wasn’t even informed about the whole situation. Who knows.......I would want Aaron to just be a man and deal with it. Just hate when he becomes the problem, and that’s all the talking heads will be talking about.
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Re: Round 1 Pick 26 (From Miami) QB Jordan Love Utah State

Grave Digger ·
Aaron is a realist and I doubt he’s upset they took a QB or that he wasn’t notified before the pick, but it sounds like Gute was on the hunt for a QB and maybe didn’t give Rodgers a heads up in advance of the draft. He doesn’t need Aaron’s permission, but I do think it’s cool to give him a potential heads up that there could be a media firestorm heading his way. The narrative is going to be a sensationalized “Aaron vs. Jordan” through training camp and preseason and any time Aaron struggles...
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Re: Round 1 Pick 26 (From Miami) QB Jordan Love Utah State

GreenNgoldBlood ·
Courtney Fallon @CourtneyFallon_ · 3h “I’ll tell you what Aaron Rodgers thinks [about #Packers taking Jordan Love last night] .... He’s pissed off.” - @peter_king to @DaleKeefeWEEI just now
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Re: 2020 NFL Draft Viewing Thread DAY 2/Day 3

skully ·
AJ Dillon RB, BC Height: 6-0, Weight: 247 Explosive train. Insane contact balance. Just enough wiggle to make one defender miss on a run. Running style could shorten his NFL career. Maybe Aaron Jones insurance? (Chris Trapasso) C+
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Re: 2020 NFL Draft Viewing Thread DAY 2/Day 3

MichiganPacker2 ·
https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/...ed-on-value-and-fit/
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Re: 2020 NFL Draft Viewing Thread DAY 2/Day 3

slowmo ·
This sums up how putrid the current Packer WRs are: "The Green Bay Packers ended the 2019 season with two homegrown wide receivers seeing action in a 37-20 loss to San Francisco in the NFC championship game – and Marquez Valdes-Scantling played just one snap. Undrafted free agent Allen Lazard was the team’s second-leading pass catcher at the position with 35 receptions and he didn’t make the team out of training camp and didn’t play until Week 5. With the departure of Geronimo Allison in...
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Re: Queens @ Green Bay, oh and guess who’s QB for queens??? Bert Favor.

Hungry5 ·
@Timmy 2011 had a lockout. Brees and the Saints held informal workouts - that's what Rodgers was referencing - while Rodgers and the Packers did not. I recall much hand-wringing about this at the time.
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Re: Round 1 Pick 26 (From Miami) QB Jordan Love Utah State

Henry ·
Who said INTs only? You based everything on INT totals. Yes, the whole premise is highly debatable. If every QB can be "fixed" then there wouldn't be a huge need for QBs who can actually play the position. You could just pluck whoever and train him up and off they go in the NFL. BTW, nice "last 2 years" selective stats. How about 17 INTs in Love's last year., the one before he was drafted into the NFL, which should be much more forgiving. Love tossed 20 touchdowns and 17 interceptions, was...
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Re: Round 1 Pick 26 (From Miami) QB Jordan Love Utah State

Grave Digger ·
How can you objectively measure “decision making” other than INTs? Everything else, like “on target throws”, is completely subjective and varies depending on who looks at it. It’s the same issue you have with PFF. 17 INTs is not a good total and clearly indicates an issue in 2019, but only 6 INTs in 2018 also says something important, which is why I pulled stats from both years. Context for both seasons is important, just like it was for all the QBs who put up similar stats their last 2...
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Re: It's Lions Week Part II

MichiganPacker2 ·
They are missing 9 of their preferred starters on defense that they began with in training camp. This game is beyond embarrassing at this point. Image if they playing an actual good team today.
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Re: It's Lions Week Part II

artis ·
I understand the train of thought, but that idea doesn't sit well with me. We've seen a number of years where players seemingly mailed it in, and it was vm due to the fact that they took for granted their job was secure. Because with Sherman and MM their jobs were secure. That's the mentality that's played a big part in the slow but gradual dissolution of this team. Idr if it was Josh Jackson or Josh Jones- on the Loins td- that was an embarrassing display of lacking effort. And there have...
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Re: 2019 Free Agency Moves/Trades/Releases

michiganjoe ·
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Re: Trade Deadline FEB 7th

Music City ·
I agree with this. Though Beal would be great, the Bucks could do that in the off season. Bledsoe and Middleton are not tradable assets unless the deal is for a total train wreck contract. Like Wall (pre-injury)- a completely untradable contract. Sure the Bullets would love to do that trade. Or Blake Griffin. That’s the only kind of trade that two approaching FA players would make sense to deal. No, I think what we have now is what they’re going to be. They’ll have lots of money for their 3...
 
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