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Maybe he wants to make all the concession stands and the restaurant Vegan so he’s not tempted to eat meat. What would have a bigger impact on ticket sales: Lambeau going vegan or losing Rodgers?

And the Packers received the maximum number of prime-time games while the Broncos—rumored to be the most likely destination for Rodgers if he were not in Green Bay—received the minimum. I don’t know if the NFL talked to Rodgers’s agents, but I know they talked to the Packers (the league talks to all the teams in making the schedule) and from the information they received, they must expect Aaron back.

Maybe he wants to make all the concession stands and the restaurant Vegan so he’s not tempted to eat meat. What would have a bigger impact on ticket sales: Lambeau going vegan or losing Rodgers?

Lambeau vegan? That is a lot of farts in one area.

I hope X4 still "never forgets" a couple years from now and you guys have to lick Hanks ass.

The front office has fucked us boys.   It started with letting TT stay 3 years too long and it continues on with the current regime mishandling the best QB to ever play the position. 

1 Super Bowl appearance for Rodgers.  There is no logical way to look at that and not come to the conclusion that the front office sucks.

@BrainDed posted:

I hope X4 still "never forgets" a couple years from now and you guys have to lick Hanks ass.

The front office has fucked us boys.   It started with letting TT stay 3 years too long and it continues on with the current regime mishandling the best QB to ever play the position.

1 Super Bowl appearance for Rodgers.  There is no logical way to look at that and not come to the conclusion that the front office sucks.

That’s a Murphy issue..not front office..second, current FO has put together a team that has competed, hired a competent schemes head coach and has used all three phases for team construction. They’re not screwing anyone out of anything..

@BrainDed posted:

I hope X4 still "never forgets" a couple years from now and you guys have to lick Hanks ass.

The front office has fucked us boys.   It started with letting TT stay 3 years too long and it continues on with the current regime mishandling the best QB to ever play the position.

1 Super Bowl appearance for Rodgers.  There is no logical way to look at that and not come to the conclusion that the front office sucks.

This is crazy. The Matt Millen Lions front office sucked, the Sashi Brown Brown's front office sucked, the Mike Brown Bengal's front office has sucked forever. Saying GB's front office sucks because they've only won 1 SB, had teams in 5 conference championships, had one of the highest winning %'s in the NFL over the last 12 years, only had like 2 losing seasons, drafted a dozen all pros/pro bowlers, etc. is entitled fandom at the highest level possible. Underachieved considering you have the greatest QB in NFL history? Sure. You can point to half a dozen key mistakes over the last 12 years that have contributed to that, but sucks? If that's sucking then 85% of the league wishes they could suck that bad.

Truly when you look at the history of the league, most of the all time great QBs have had their career wasted and some QBs like Eli Manning have just fallen backwards into multiple championships. You could argue Marino, Manning (in Indy), Roethlisberger, Favre, Kelly, etc. all had their careers wasted, shockingly also by HOF coaches and personnel guys.

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@BrainDed posted:

The front office has fucked us boys.   It started with letting TT stay 3 years too long and it continues on with the current regime mishandling the best QB to ever play the position.



I'm gonna give WMM a pass on the TT thing...I mean, it wasn't until his final year that he started showing up with his underwear on the outside of his pants...he declined rapidly.

But that said, it really feels like the Packers are missing an actual GM to do GM things...we've got a personnel guy, we've got a bean counter and we've got a real estate developer.

The Packer board needs to step the fuck up and hold Murphy accountable. He's had it way too easy for way too long.

This is crazy. The Matt Millen Lions front office sucked, the Sashi Brown Brown's front office sucked, the Mike Brown Bengal's front office has sucked forever. Saying GB's front office sucks because they've only won 1 SB, had teams in 5 conference championships, had one of the highest winning %'s in the NFL over the last 12 years, only had like 2 losing seasons, drafted a dozen all pros/pro bowlers, etc. is entitled fandom at the highest level possible. Underachieved considering you have the greatest QB in NFL history? Sure. You can point to half a dozen key mistakes over the last 12 years that have contributed to that, but sucks? If that's sucking then 85% of the league wishes they could suck that bad.

Truly when you look at the history of the league, most of the all time great QBs have had their career wasted and some QBs like Eli Manning have just fallen backwards into multiple championships. You could argue Marino, Manning (in Indy), Roethlisberger, Favre, Kelly, etc. all had their careers wasted, shockingly also by HOF coaches and personnel guys.

After 2010, Bob McGinn said the Packers were going to be a dynasty. The 2011 was a Cat 5 hurricane, but the defense was worse than 2010. Ted let Jenkins go be a a part of the Eagles “dream team” and the only contributor from that draft was Cobb.

We had teams that could’ve won 2014, 2016, 2019 and 2020. Most fans would kill for that..

@Chongo posted:

I'm gonna give WMM a pass on the TT thing...I mean, it wasn't until his final year that he started showing up with his underwear on the outside of his pants...he declined rapidly.

But that said, it really feels like the Packers are missing an actual GM to do GM things...we've got a personnel guy, we've got a bean counter and we've got a real estate developer.

The Packer board needs to step the fuck up and hold Murphy accountable. He's had it way too easy for way too long.

We have no GM. Just Murphy running around micromanaging everything.

And the Packers received the maximum number of prime-time games while the Broncos—rumored to be the most likely destination for Rodgers if he were not in Green Bay—received the minimum. I don’t know if the NFL talked to Rodgers’s agents, but I know they talked to the Packers (the league talks to all the teams in making the schedule) and from the information they received, they must expect Aaron back.

Almost as if they've been saying that publicly for quite some time now.

I’m not giving Murphy a goddamn pass on anything.  This “triangle of authority” was his idea and it’s been an absolute debacle. While he talked tough, he failed to do the right thing and remove or retire Ted and it literally cost us 3 years of draft picks and who knows how many other picks or player moves to reconcile the gaps?   Gute’s been playing catch up with the roster since 2015.  

To this day, no one in their right mind other than Russ Ball playing wannabee GM wouldn’t take TJW at 29.   Instead, he plays bean counter and thinks oh wow.  I can get a talented, but often injured duo of Kevin King and Vince Biegel for the price of one guy in Watt?  Sign me up!   No fucking way even a senile Ted Thompson makes that move.

We pay for it later.  100MM in the Smiths effectively killing cap flexibility, then burn the 12th overall pick on another pass rusher, and then burn another 1st rounder this year to replace the guy that singlehandedly cost us a trip to the SB.   Ugh.

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In the Brett vs Aaron competition. Kenny Mayne or Greta Van Susteran. Who would you rather sleep with. And the winner is...NO ONE!

BTW, Love is going to be interviewed by Ariana Grande when it is his time.