I love the whole underdog thing but I guarantee you the Packers aren't drawing inspiration from ****ing Skip Bayless. The legitimate sports media maybe. Does anyone else laugh when ESPN turns Max Kellerman into a Skip Clone? ****, it's such a baldface comedy show I'm pretty sure AR isn't buying into whatever **** they are shoveling. I'm guessing he's listening to the guys in the pro ranks poo-poo their chances. Go watch Skip and Colin and Nagler just quit dragging the dog **** on the bottom...
Some pundits are saying that the Packer's fans will hold a 70% attendance rate advantage in LA as compared to 30% for the Chargers' fans. Lambeau West, folks! Nagler says tickets for the worst seats will be going for around $400 a pop.
More fackrell fodder and Mercedes is a boss blocker...from cheeseheadtv camp report. Marcedes Lewis vs Kyler Fackrell is this year's best comedy. It looked like a Dad holding off his kid in a pickup game at a family picnic. Nagler We had a double-team block in Family Night and I literally just took a step and he just threw a guy right across my face. I didn’t have to do too much work." Byr
That crossing route Vine from Nagler that Titm posted makes Rodgers look like a rookie. Just locks in on Primary target, Cobb, and the moment it's not there he bails. He bails a clean pocket without even attempting to go through a progression. If he had, the obvious spot to look is where the backer who came to double abandoned, the crosser. Its not an isolated incident ugggh.. Such a simple read and he just flat out bailed. Didn't miss the read, just didn't even attempt a progression.
If MM doesn't win and win decisively this season he won't be back next season. Paraphrasing Nagler; MM has been playing for his job for a while, now. Especially since Gutekunst became GM. TT and Capers are long gone, leaving MM to keep the old gameplan moving forward. If he does move on, he will get snapped up, in short order, by any team looking for a solid QB developer and an aggressive head coach. Yes, you read that correctly;an aggressive head coach.
I don't think that's Nagler. Plus, could the guy be more generic? If he's thinking TT has other players besides Ingram and Upshaw targeted and teams are going to throw big picks at it, sure. Otherwise I don't see TT trading out unless he's only moving back into the high 2nd.
That's because Nagler is a self promoting crybaby (and no, I'm not directing this at you, just explaining) Hey, I'm all for trying to get your writing career off the ground but quit being a bitch when your methods and opinions are challenged. Hell, we do people a favor by putting them through the wringer of the interwebs and learning some lessons. You're welcome Nagler.
You hear me talking Mike and Aaron? Prove me wrong. How about a nut shot instead you self important chimpanzee. Way to "stir the pot" half ass. Nagler is a Betard clone. Post something that can't be picked apart in two seconds.
Didn't realize the point of blogging was to "Post something that can't be picked apart in two seconds". Just trying to start some conversation. That said, while I think Byrne is talking just about the 2010 season, I tend to feel this way about McCarthy's Packers in general. They are great at putting up lots of numbers. Not so great at winning when it matters. Hope I'm proven wrong over the long haul, starting this Sunday in Philadelphia.
*Ahem* check, check, check. "I am a better professional QB than Tom Brady". I'm now a blogger. Prove me wrong. I like CHFF but not considering the injury count is stupid when making comparisons to the Chargers. They had the full complement of superstar RB and Pro bowl QB and seasoned coaching staff. You can definitely allude to certain concerns, like offensive coaching staff, but to leave out facts for some "prove me wrong" pot stirring is complete idiocy. Go play now.
Ah yes. The meme of the retarded. Guys like Cowherd, and no talent hacks like Nagler come with this, because they have no ability to look beyond the stats that lazy hacks provide. ZOMG! Rodgers isn't clutch! The offense is to blame! Why in all but two games Rodgers and the offense has choked! 2008 Rodgers leads the team to FG position vs Minny in a dome. Crosby misses. For intellectually dishonest tards, that means Rodgers choked. Rodgers leads the team to a lead late against Carolina, which...
Nagler is well aware of what he is doing; few are as media savvy as Mr.Cheesehead He comes here to poke sticks, drive clicks and to earn points with his mentor, Bedard And the 3rd pointy- head in the Devils Triangle.....? Jerkey Al,who disappeared after he was outed as just another blogger trying to drive traffic to his site on Boris' dime
@Aaron_Nagler : Now I have a terrible feeling about this game What the hell could this guy possibly mean? I mean...how the hell could the Lions losing their top WR (the best WR in the ****ing game) be a bad thing for the Packers? I know Nagler is an idiot but **** like this never ceases to amaze me...
Originally Posted by Coach: http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/e...ary-league-of-denial *********************************************** Nagler has his cranium so far up Goodell's ass that we can't take anything he writes seriously. He is so enamored with himself and his league buddies that he won't dare say one word against the NFL for fear of losing his precious access which drives his immense self-importance. What a maroon Nagler = SHILL
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.
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
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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