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@Goldie posted:

and Jordan made the basket….twice, And Oh , that’s right Aaron didn’t hit one.  😂😂😂

In the little bit that I saw of live throws into the end zone...to an actual receiver...who was moving .... and being covered .... there was a huge difference between AR & Love.

@PackLandVA posted:

Joe Barry is the weak link. Or so I read right here on TimesFour.

It’s amazing how much better a defensive coordinator can look when he’s not handed utter horse shit in the middle of his defense.

Did anyone else have flashbacks to our Super Bowl game against the Steelers when Doubs (wearing #87), had to reach slightly behind to catch the TD pass on the right side of the goal line? Looked eerily similar to the catch Jordy (another #87) made in the SB.

From Andy Herman recap video...

Love had some good moments, had some bad moments. Tempered the enthusiasm on his improvement we've seen so far in camp. Live bullets matter. Looking forward to seeing him on Friday.

Abundance of what seemed to be hamstring and groin injuries around the team...team may be handling them with caution, but there are some guys out after last night. Hams and groins are often a result in improper hydration.

Friend of mine is strength and conditioning coach for over 40 years, he preaches to his players the three biggest factors in proper hydration are consistent consumption of water...drinking 2 quarts of water across two hours is better than drinking one across an hour...you just piss most of it out.  Guys that hydrate consistently rarely have ham/groin/muscle issues. 2nd factor, adequate consumption of magnesium and sodium salts...they can be liquid, pill or powder form...those salts keep you hydrate and most importantly get the water to the right places. 3rd, keeping your carbohydrates to the minimum amount you need to perform...overconsumption of carbs and especially sugar causes you to flush water faster.

Wyatt is right now about the 5th best DL we have...but that is not because his lack of production, it's because the 4 guys ahead of him are playing that well.

News I'm most excited about...Deguara looked great...until Bob comes back, we need Il Pisano to show he's a 3rd rounder.

Last bit from Herman, Toure looked great, Doubs looks good. Gotta say, it was good to see Watkins in the action...he bossed 21 for a nice catch.

@Chongo posted:


Friend of mine is strength and conditioning coach for over 40 years, he preaches to his players the three biggest factors in proper hydration are consistent consumption of water...drinking 2 quarts of water across two hours is better than drinking one across an hour...you just piss most of it out.  Guys that hydrate consistently rarely have ham/groin/muscle issues. 2nd factor, adequate consumption of magnesium and sodium salts...they can be liquid, pill or powder form...those salts keep you hydrate and most importantly get the water to the right places. 3rd, keeping your carbohydrates to the minimum amount you need to perform...overconsumption of carbs and especially sugar causes you to flush water faster.



I used to play in quite a few racquetball tournaments and had all kinds of trouble with cramping until I started taking salt tablets .... worked like a charm.

@Chongo posted:

Friend of mine is strength and conditioning coach for over 40 years, he preaches to his players the three biggest factors in proper hydration are consistent consumption of water...drinking 2 quarts of water across two hours is better than drinking one across an hour...you just piss most of it out.

I'm not sure if the bigger take away is that drinking twice as much hydrates you more, or if I can't drink the first quart until the second hour or I am just really doing the same thing, but repeated over a longer period of time.   

Good news is I just delivered myself some sodium via a combination of butter and sweet corn whilst drinking a quart of Arnold Palmers. 

@Satori posted:

He's a blast
Both him and John Kuhn have transitioned nicely from Packer player to Packer media in Titletown.

If I heard right Kuhn is doing the games on Packer TV Network with Kevin Harlan.  No more Rich Gannon, which is a good thing as far as I'm concerned.

Love Larry, Wayne, and John Kuhn. I wasn't overly impressed with Watkins. I though his big catch against Stokes was a major push off which would have been called in a real game. Doubs and Toure made the most of their opportunities.

@FLPACKER posted:

I used to play in quite a few racquetball tournaments and had all kinds of trouble with cramping until I started taking salt tablets .... worked like a charm.

I keep these in my gym bag, it’s got sodium, magnesium and potassium in it. Best electrolyte there is. They also make pills, but I just put some on my tongue and chase it with water.

https://redmond.life/products/...riant=31553742635056

@DurangoDoug posted:

Goldie cant reply, she's out and about, far and wide trying to score that funky hallucinogenic tea her Best BFF uses.

😛 and you do know, I am trying to find it here in the La Crosse area eh??  😁

@pkr_north posted:

agreed, AR looks pretty locked in, and 87 will start outside of 13 in week 1, calling it.

Samori Toure had a great night on Family Night. I wonder what MLF's plans are for him, in this offense. STs only or a broader role for him? Same question for Danny Davis...

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From Bill Huber:

- This was a really good line from La Fleur when asked what jumped off the Family Night tape.

“There was a lot of good things, and then there’s a lot of things to learn from and get better at. I think one of the things, at least from my perspective, is that football is an imperfect game, and guys are going to make mistakes, but how do you balance that with making sure that you’re giving your max effort all the time.

There were some plays we pointed out where technically maybe somebody wasn’t doing the right thing, but they were going at 100 miles an hour and made a play. So, certainly, it’s just a balancing act of that, and we want guys to really go for it and not be afraid of making a mistake, because I just don’t think you can ever reach your full potential if you’re playing with a governor on.
You’ve got to go for it.”