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Re: Rodger wants Thursday Night Playoffs

packerboi ·
I first I thought you meant this Rodger: Rather than this Roger:
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Re: Big Ass $cam vs. Little Man Dan game thread (Carolina/Wash)

ChilliJon ·
That call was made by someone in NYC. Radioed to the replay official on site. Sent down to Walt Coleman. Who picked up the flag. It's been happening more and more. Dangerous path Rodger and Dean Blandino are going down.
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Re: 12

Henry ·
It doesn't have anything to do with Rodger, it could be any QB. You need solid players to win. Maybe Begelton shows something. Lazard gets another year under his belt. Funchess isn't in ambulance all season and plays average ball. Yes, that's better but it still completely ignores what the passing game in conjunction with the run game could be.
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Re: 12

Satori ·
You guys keep getting the WR depth chart wrong and I suspect its part of the general unhappiness around here. EQ was gone all season and thus out of sight/ out of mind. Adams/ EQ/ Lazard & Funchess/ MVS / Begelton You'll all come around soon enough.
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Re: Bart Starr took part in stem cell trial

ChilliJon ·
The NFL would love nothing more than Bart Starr at Lambeau Field for this game. They will promote it to no end to drive the ratings. So If I find out the NFL contributed dick to Bart's medical costs to help make it happen I'm going to **** in a plastic bag and FedEx it to NFL HQ attention Rodger Goodell and include a card. Bart is the player that got his coaches name on THE trophy. The fact that Bart had to go to Mexico tells me I need a plastic bag.
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Re: Two Horrible Calls (One a non-call)

ChilliJon ·
Remember when the NFL moved the KO up 5 yards so it would lead to more touchbacks only teams quickly figured out kicking it to the 5 reduced the return team chances of making it to the 20 leading to an increase in collisions the NFL thought they were reducing? So the NFL forced coverage guys to move up so they didn't have a running start? If the NFL is sending Kendricks and Clay's RTP video out as what not to do. Here is what's going to happen, IMO. NFL defensive coaches and players are...
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Re: Two Horrible Calls (One a non-call)

Fedya ·
Rodger Goodell is suffering from CTE?
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Re: PU story is Rodger getting Married ?

Hauser ·
Rodger who?
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Re: 2012 WK7 GB @ STL Gameday Thread

Iowacheese ·
rodger that...pussies
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Re: Teds presser over

turnip blood ·
Ted is on now Collin's is a wait and see process. Talk about how they still follows Wolf's system. Thank Boris for teaching Wolf and himself all they know about drafting First Quite Frankly The Audio was a bit scrambled but I think Ted said " Goalline is the guy they want and they will do anything even trading Rodger and Mathews to get him". They draft for long term, not need Ted thinks DJ Smith is a good player even if he is short. Presser over, only one quite frankly The Press conference...
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Re: After the Packers beat the 9ers.

ChilliJon ·
Rodger, keep an eye on win at any and all cost Harbaugh and Carroll. http://www.mercurynews.com/cri...sault-charge-weighed
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Re: Pre-Training Camp Cut at Packers Final 53

AtTheMurph ·
They are only going to keep 6 defensive linemen. Have to add either a TE or a WR. Can't go with 4 and 5 only. Also won't go with 3 Qbs on the roster. Packers just won't do it. Rodger and Harrell are almost locks. If Coleman shows anything they might promote him and trade/cut Harrell. RB, I don't think Kuhn makes it. He's not a real FB as he doesn't move the pile.With Lacey I think Kuhn is toast. They might keep a big pile driver at FB like Amosa and team he and Pacey on 3rd downs. I think...
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Re: New Carry-in Policies at Lambeau

Cavetoad ·
Originally Posted by NumberThree: ... woman basically can't bring anything unless it's in a clear bag ... Good lord. I bet the market for tampax shaped C4 just went through the roof!! OR! Wait, I got it. Team labeled boxes of hygeine products, tax, tariffed, and approved by uncle Rodger himself!!! Maybe stuffed in a foam finger?
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Re: 2012 WK5 GB @ IND positives and NEGATIVES

turnip blood ·
++ The first half. -- Second half Rodger is reverting to his old bad habit of holding onto the ball too long. The Packer’s no longer have a deep receiving core. They have 3 guys Nelson, Jones, and Cobb. The Packers tight ends are average at best. Benson is a good runner but not a player that can beat you. Unless the Packers become a ground and pound team something they just do not have the attitude to do well.
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Re: Frontline: League of Denial

ChilliJon ·
Always loved Goodells roundtable to extol the virtues of his Heads Up football program with Chris Golic and Michael Irvin greasing Rodger up and it was a big made for TV NFL PR love fest until John Madden pissed a little common sense all over the entire damn set.
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Re: 0-4-1

Hungry5 ·
Do the Packers go 0-4-1 with Rodgers as the QB? I doubt anyone (deepchit included), anywhere, would believe they would. Do the Packers go 0-4-1 with Rodger & Cobb? No way. Do the Packers go 0-4-1 with Rodgers, Cobb, & Finley? They'd probably be 10-2 right now. Does McCarthy call a different game without these players? I don't think so, and that to me is a problem. We are who we are... we do what we do...
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Re: 6-8 weeks healing time...

turnip blood ·
Rodgers collar bone is in the process of knitting. Rodgers himself I would think feels fine. The issue is how strong is the knit, that is something Rodgers can not tell. Rodger may need MM following Doctors advice to save himself from himself. Then again he may be good to go, we just don't know.
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Re: The Next Man Up is a Loser...

turnip blood ·
Originally Posted by Esox: Yet I still can't get out of my head how well Matt Flynn performed within the Packers system. AR is a big key, but not the entire story. I would also suggest Rodger in his first couple in Green Bay did not look so good. There was a reason they took Brohm in the second rebound in 2008 Go back into this site history and you will find a lot of criticism on Rodgers. Someone helped him develop, oh wait I am sure it was Favre that helped Rodger develop.
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Re: The Next Man Up is a Loser...

turnip blood ·
Originally Posted by Fedya: Because at that time Favre was putatively retired and the Packers didn't have a backup QB? :hmm1: Or were you being sarcastic even there? (Obviously your last sentence is sarcasm.) Rodger first few years he sat on the bench. During that time A lot of analyst (jaws) and fans were saying he would never make it in the NFL. And he was a Tedford product, Tedford had a long history of producing top ten pick QB busts. Rodgers had that throwing motion were he held the...
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Re: Rodgers officially out

GBP1 ·
If the Packers win on Sunday, then Rodger will be playing in Dallass. If no win, then Rodgers will be out for the season unless the Packers lose Flynn and Tolzien to injury.
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Re: Rodgers officially out

antiworst ·
Originally Posted by GBP1: If the Packers win on Sunday, then Rodger will be playing in Dallass. If no win, then Rodgers will be out for the season unless the Packers lose Flynn and Tolzien to injury. That's what I think. Can you imagine this place if MM played him in a meaningless game off of an injury and he snapped that thing? The same people freaking because he isn't playing would be hanging MM's dog. BTW, does ANYONE think this team can do anything even IF they somehow made the...
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

Ghost of Lambeau ·
I finally got a chance to listen to the interview. And even though I knew most of the story, the way this was told and the few pieces I did not know made the listen worth while. Like AR was the last player with a first round grade on TTs board back in 2005 for example. I haven't heard before. So thanks for posting.
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

Cavetoad ·
You're welcome Ghost!
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

ChilliJon ·
Great listen. Pat Kirwan was the only guy that predicted GB would pick Aaron at 24 in 2005. Ron Turner told Aaron "we've got 3 QBs better than you but thanks for coming". No wonder he loves beating the Bears. Aaron played HS football on a field with a sign that read "Once a Viking. Always a Viking". 15 of the 23 players drafted before Aaron Rodgers in 2005 were out of football or let go by the team that drafted them when Aaron beat Pittsburgh for The Lombardi in 2010. Great post CT
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

Cavetoad ·
With all the draft stuff going on, it was hard to try to elucidate just how impressed I was with the interviews and the work that Clemens did to piece this all together. I know that BM doesn't have alot of fans for some here based of his past work, but I do enjoy his show and stream it regularly as I work. He has some great guests. Glad some of you are picking up on the tidbits too.
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

naterpack ·
Here's a little more detailed version of the story: Of brains, Butte and baseball: How a tiny teenager became NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

ilcuqui ·
Great stuff. Hasn't changed much.
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

Boris ·
Not 100% accurate. Mayock also predicted a drop to #24
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

ChilliJon ·
I think Mayock made those comments during the opening first 10 picks. But yes, he also did call GB.
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

heyward ·
Mayock made the Rodgers pick the night before the draft. I don't think he's hit on another Packers No. 1 pick since.
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

ilcuqui ·
Who has? (except McGinn)
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

BartManDude ·
I was watching last years hail Marys on youtube the other night and I stumbled on this clip. Pretty good stuff but my favorite part starts at 1:38 where Sitton talks about a touchdown against the Bears that didn't count because of a hold. I'm sure most of you remember it cause it was an incredible (non) play. The best part of the video is listening to the Bear's players on the sidelines talking about how good Aaron is. The ultimate compliment is when your rivals talk about you in awe while...
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

Hungry5 ·
The throw to Cobb v NOS. Wow.
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

BartManDude ·
No doubt, He sets the standard for having a "quick release"
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

ChilliJon ·
Other than 3rd and 10 to Jennings in Dallas. This is still hard to comprehend.
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

oldschool ·
Kind of wiped out by his liking Brohm more than Rodgers. Call me #danceswithsuspension
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

packerboi ·
Speaking of Aaron and Cobb.. Really cool story here Aaron Rodgers is best cheerleader at Randall Cobb graduation when @ AaronRodgers12 sees @ rcobb18 graduate from the @ universityofky # gopackgo # bbn
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

bvan ·
What, no photo bomb?
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Re: Very cool history on AR and how he ended up where he is

Hungry5 ·
"Somethings bound to happen."
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Re: ROUND 5 PICK 182 - RB AARON JONES (UTEP)

Hungry5 ·
First action. 1st half 4 for 12, 3 ypc w/ the TD 2nd half 9 for 37, 4.1 ypc - when they had the lead and were running more clock. Liked what I saw from him.
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Re: ROUND 5 PICK 182 - RB AARON JONES (UTEP)

PackerBackerDPM ·
H5 you’d probably be able to comment on this as well with you having the all22 access but both Jones and Williams missed a few cut backs and could have had massive yards. Tough thing for rookies in their first major game action. Again just like the defense I like were these guys could take the team later in the year.
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Re: ROUND 5 PICK 182 - RB AARON JONES (UTEP)

ChilliJon ·
Aaron Jones is a very natural fit for GB offense. He's a pure shotgun RB. It's not a total surprise he looks as good as he does. I think Williams is a better pure RB. But Jones is well ahead of the curve because he's doing exactly what he did in college. Well, maybe running behind 5 guards is new. It's going to be fun watching these kids develop.
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Re: ROUND 5 PICK 182 - RB AARON JONES (UTEP)

DH13 ·
Jones may be the only runner on the roster that has the ability to prevent the negative play when blocking falls apart. It's the same talent that allows him to find the void on 3rd and short. He's gotta nose for gaps.
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Re: ROUND 5 PICK 182 - RB AARON JONES (UTEP)

packerboi ·
Simply a more decisive back. Something that, more often, Montgomery is not. Quick burst, hits the hole, moves forward. He deserves more carries.
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Re: ROUND 5 PICK 182 - RB AARON JONES (UTEP)

michiganjoe ·
Like him better as a runner than Williams. Hopefully he can work on improving his pass pro to get more snaps.
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Re: ROUND 5 PICK 182 - RB AARON JONES (UTEP)

Hungry5 ·
I don't recall any missed cut-backs. Jones left no yards on the field from what I recall. No negative runs and one for 0, when he slipped on the cut to go up field on the edge.
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Re: ROUND 5 PICK 182 - RB AARON JONES (UTEP)

michiganjoe ·
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Re: ROUND 5 PICK 182 - RB AARON JONES (UTEP)

Henry ·
Still need RB by committee.
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Re: ROUND 5 PICK 182 - RB AARON JONES (UTEP)

michiganjoe ·
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Re: ROUND 5 PICK 182 - RB AARON JONES (UTEP)

FLPACKER ·
aka....can jump cut
 
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