Grave Digger posted:

Jesus **** now we’re blaming Gute for TT’s **** ups? It’s apparently anyone’s fault but TT’s...Capers, McCarthy, Ball, Murphy, now Gute. I don’t think his administrative assistant made the coffee strong enough and he couldn’t concentrate when choosing between Kevin King and TJ Watt. The custodian probably left a wet spot on the floor and TT slipped and hit his head and that’s why he decided to take a college basketball player in R2 to be his other starting CB. πŸ™„

Nope, just Capers. It has all, always been his fault.

Grave Digger posted:

Jesus **** now we’re blaming Gute for TT’s **** ups? It’s apparently anyone’s fault but TT’s...Capers, McCarthy, Ball, Murphy, now Gute. I don’t think his administrative assistant made the coffee strong enough and he couldn’t concentrate when choosing between Kevin King and TJ Watt. The custodian probably left a wet spot on the floor and TT slipped and hit his head and that’s why he decided to take a college basketball player in R2 to be his other starting CB. πŸ™„

I think you better check your context sweet heart.  Context is everything even though people want to ignore it.  Calling TT a ****ing autocrat?  Is that the new narrative? 

TT, El Duce, creating terror throughout the organization while systematically executing those who disagree! 

Sad ****ing shit.

I think we all know TT really fell off the last 3 years.  Look it up. 

Last edited by Henry

Ron Wolf wasn’t infallible.  Neither was TT. Both guys are HOF worthy with RW already in the Hall.  

Christ the Rodgers selection alone, much like Wolf’s move to get Brent, basically cemented their legacies.  

**** that though blame Gutey.  Damn that Gute! 

We are spoiled.  People losing their minds over the Browns this year and JFC the Packers have been top notch most of the last 25 years.  Buncha ingrates! 

Last edited by Tschmack
YATittle posted:
heyward posted:

I sure hope the Packers got rid of the director of college scouting who, along with Ted, presided over that disaster. 

Ted was the autocrat who decided what to do. Who knows what Gute thought at the time?

If I read the post from the Three Silo's of Antiquity correctly, posting inflammatory political jargon like 'aut0crat' is no longer allowed 'round these parts.

Last edited by antooo

So I think we are at 54 right now;

  • 7 WRs: Adams, Kumerow, Davis, Shepherd, MVS, Allison, EQSB.
  • 9 OL: Bakh, Light, Taylor, Jenkins, Linsley, Madison, Turner, Patrick, Bulaga.
  • 4 TE: Graham, Lewis, Tonyan, Sternberger.
  • 2 QB: Boyle, Rodgers.
  • 4 HB: Jones, Williams, WIlliams, Vitale.
  • 6 DL: Lowry, Brown, Clark, Lancaster, Adams, Keke.
  • 4 EDGE: Smith, Smith, Fackrell, Gary.
  • 5 ILB: Bolton, Martinez, Burks, Crawford, Summers.
  • 7 CB: Alexander, Brown, Hollman, King, Williams, Jackson, Sullivan.
  • 3 S: Amos, Savage, Greene.
  • 3 ST: Crosby, Scott, Bradley.
ilcuqui posted:

Packers have two press releases out on the 53.

Here are the cuts:

https://www.packers.com/news/p...e-roster-moves-x5219

This one discusses the roster:

https://www.packers.com/news/p...nitial-53-man-roster

Of note, per Jason Wilde:

”#Packers official roster announcement includes news that WR Equanimeous St. Brown was placed on injured reserve today. That means his season is over. Needed to be on the 53 for one day to be eligible to return later in the season...”

Stupid, stupid move. Lewis count have been cut and brought back. Where’s an autocrat when you need one?