1. Saturday's slow start was about the fumbles. I don't see that as something that is going to keep happening. 2. Northwestern was having some success moving the ball with that option to our left, but overall I'm not worried about the D. 3. Agree they will go as far as Hornibrook takes them. I see that as a positive not a negative. Last week wasn't a fluke. He gets Fumagalli back, he'll be fine. 4. Agree about Shaw.
Brainwashed Boris posted: It's only game 2 not the NFC Championship Game. Marathon not a Sprint.....Lotta football left to play My concern is that this game could end up being HUGE for home field advantage..If it were next week against the Bengals?? No big deal, but c'mon..They NEED this game.
Goalline posted: Best playmaker. OUT! Best defensive player?OUT! Two best offensive linemen? Out! **** it, it's week 2. Take the loss and leave town. I HATE injuries being used as an excuse or a reason for a loss. You know what?? Injuries happen?? You know how you overcome them?? have better depth.
GreenNgoldBlood posted: Goalline posted: Best playmaker. OUT! Best defensive player?OUT! Two best offensive linemen? Out! **** it, it's week 2. Take the loss and leave town. I HATE injuries being used as an excuse or a reason for a loss. You know what?? Injuries happen?? You know how you overcome them?? have better depth. One injury on defense (to Daniels). Sorry, injuries not an excuse for the play we are seeing on defense.
Blair Kiel posted: lovepack is very disappointed the Packers won't be starting 0-2. Let me say I am delighted to be wrong about this game. And after watching Atlanta struggle against the Bears, I hope I am wrong about next week. To be fair, I only suggested that I feared a slow, and typical MM start, could put us at 0-2. Never the less, I have a nice merlot that goes well with crow, and I am enjoying it! Hell of a job by the defense. (are we allowed to say that now?) And, lastly, for...
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Yes- not impressed with the up and down of the OL and the offense. Teams are up to speed on Hornibrook and until he becomes dangerous in one on ones downfield teams will go 8 in the box and dare them downfield. But NW is always a tough matchup. Took care of biz, get to work this week and get it rolling.
Pass rush wasn't the problem last night. Ball was consistently out of Ryan's hands fast. I don't get what Dom and the staff are trying do with the DBs. There were so many times when the corners were 7-10 yards off the line last night. Especially against Sanu. It was easy pitch and catch. It also looked like Dom hit the panic button in the second quarter after Atlanta was finding recievers open all over the field. King was put on Jones. Josh Jones was put in the middle. I thought King was...
ammo posted: phaedrus posted: Blair Kiel posted: lovepack is very disappointed the Packers won't be starting 0-2. Please humor me with what is constructive about this post and what it has to do with what the Packers just accomplished on the field? T-R-O-L-L I guess you don't read what and more important when lovepack posts. If you did you would know Blair Kiel is spot on. I really saw no need to verify what lovepack wrote that generated Blair Kiel's (and your) responses, but I did so anyway.
The good news is that none of the injuries last night appear to be more than 2-3 week annoyances (the one that concerns me the most is Jordy's leg). The game turned during two minutes of game time bracketing halftime. The pick play call on Cobb's long reception turned what probably would have been at least a 17-10 deficit into a 24-7 deficit. Then, the fumble return (which also was a borderline call) made it an insurmountable 31-7 game. 31-7 vs. at worst 17-10 if we punt to open the second...
Relax, everybody. Hundley's gaining some confidence. Making some good throws. Give him a week with the first team offense (whoever can get out of bed to play), see if we can't get a win against the Saints, somehow, and head into the bye to get healthy. 4-3 worst case, 5-2 best case....season's not over. The offensive line HAS to get healthy though.
lambeausouth posted: Relax, everybody. Hundley's gaining some confidence. Making some good throws. Give him a week with the first team offense (whoever can get out of bed to play), see if we can't get a win against the Saints, somehow, who just destroyed the Lions, and head into the bye to get healthy. 4-3 worst case, 5-2 best case....season's not over. The offensive line HAS to get healthy though. Hundley has some ability, we will now find out how much, if he can stay healthy.
This is a huge win in week #1 that will come into play later in the season. Who would've thought GB would get into a defensive battle with Seattle and come out on top? This is a huge win. I'm jacked... and little ****-faced.
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