Holy schnikes I haven't seen a CB abused like that since I played it for the first time EVER when thrown in there for nearly the whole game during my senior year of HS after some dude got benched for telling our coach to F off

coach's name wasn't Dom, for the record

MichiganPacker2 posted:
Herschel posted:

Pretty amazing to think how long we've had a great QB (25 years). Aikman is only three years older than Favre, but retired/went in to the Hall 10 years prior.

It's been a good run. 

I told that to a queen fan last week......I actually said you'll feel now how we have felt for the last 20 years.  How does the fall happen so fast???      

FLPACKER posted:
Packdog posted:

You don't see the same guy get smoked for 3 or 4 huge plays in the same game very often. Gunter today,  Randall, Rollins, etc..... Yikes 

Their coordinators were way ahead of ours all day

That applies to whole league 

bandit posted:

This team is seriously broken on offense, but MM is to blind to see it.

MM didn't miss Cobb wide open in the end zone. MM didn't fumble at the 3 on first down with poor ball security. MM didn't throw a terrible interception right to a safety with no pressure to start the second half. The Packers are paying Rodgers 110 million dollars over 5 years to be a Pro Bowl level player. He's missed throws today that Hornibrook would be criticized for missing as a redshirt freshman QB. Other than benching Rodgers what's he supposed to do? 

MichiganPacker2 posted:
bandit posted:

This team is seriously broken on offense, but MM is to blind to see it.

MM didn't miss Cobb wide open in the end zone. MM didn't fumble at the 3 on first down with poor ball security. MM didn't throw a terrible interception right to a safety with no pressure to start the second half. The Packers are paying Rodgers 110 million dollars over 5 years to be a Pro Bowl level player. He's missed throws today that Hornibrook would be criticized for missing as a redshirt freshman QB. Other than benching Rodgers what's he supposed to do? 

But ultimately the head coach is responsible for everything

MichiganPacker2 posted:
bandit posted:

This team is seriously broken on offense, but MM is to blind to see it.

MM didn't miss Cobb wide open in the end zone. MM didn't fumble at the 3 on first down with poor ball security. MM didn't throw a terrible interception right to a safety with no pressure to start the second half. The Packers are paying Rodgers 110 million dollars over 5 years to be a Pro Bowl level player. He's missed throws today that Hornibrook would be criticized for missing as a redshirt freshman QB. Other than benching Rodgers what's he supposed to do? 

And it's MMs job to fix it, no matter what it takes. It's going to cost him his job, this just didn't start this year. 

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