Timmy! posted:
Brown Paper Sack posted:  

The Vikings.

The franchise everyone else aspires to be, but can't.  The traditions......

  

Losing.
Choking.
Boat parties.
Arrests.

What kind of other traditions do the Vikings have?

Sucking...you forget to mention that the vikings have a tradition of just plain old sucking. They SUCK...all of those years and not one darn Championship...pathetic. 

Brainwashed Boris posted:
Slobknocker posted:

They should have 57 little diamonds commemorating each failed season. 

I think 2018 might actually be season 59? Yes?

If so, need to update that photo to 58 & prepare for #59

Actually Cubic Zirconia would be the appropriate choice of stone. 

Brainwashed Boris posted:
Slobknocker posted:

They should have 57 little diamonds commemorating each failed season. 

 

They do.  Those diamonds are in the middle diamond shaped area.  They are so small that they are barely visible - just like those off season SB trophies the Vikings have in their trophy case.  

Brown Paper Sack posted:  

The Vikings.

The franchise everyone else aspires to be, but can't.  The traditions......

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If I aspired to this, I would quit watching football and go hunt night-crawlers or something.  And there isn't one tradition the Vikings have that is good.  I mean if I wanted to see a traditional wide right or wide left FG, I could just watch the local high school team.  There are grandmas across the country who could do WR or WL.  Even I could do that.  It takes TALENT to make one.  Something the Vikings front office hasn't discovered yet.  

 

Brown Paper Sack posted:

I am making Chillijon an honorary Skoldier in the Vikings World Order.

Congrats Chili! BAAA-ROOOOOO!

When’s the next meating? I’ll pellet grill a Dulcolax hotdish for all the members. Thinking that’s a head count around 11?  

Packer rookie not impressed:

http://profootballtalk.nbcspor...for-jaire-alexander/

“Never in my life did I think I’d be here in Wisconsin, so it’s an experience,” Alexander said. “It’s definitely different. Even the plane ride coming in, I’m like, ‘Man, there’s so many fields and stuff.’ I don’t know what to expect."

 

 

It's like he just landed in Kyrgyzstan or some sh*t!

 

Nice cherry picking nutsack. Why didn't you add, "But it's been pretty cool."  Of course if you had typed the whole post it would have blown your whole Alexander thinks Wisconsin sucks theory right out the door.  When we all know, even you, that is the Vikings that suck. 

Ya  know, I sure am glad I don't spend my time on a vikings forum trying to convince their fans how great my team is....because here's the difference....My team has a storied past...many great Championships and a great future. I don't need to explain this to them because they already know..because they are here, on a Packer forum learning....learning how much their team SUCKS, and how great the Packers are. TVSS

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Maybe I should change that to TVAS. A = ALWAYS

Brown Paper Sack posted:

Packer rookie not impressed:

http://profootballtalk.nbcspor...for-jaire-alexander/

“Never in my life did I think I’d be here in Wisconsin, so it’s an experience,” Alexander said. “It’s definitely different. Even the plane ride coming in, I’m like, ‘Man, there’s so many fields and stuff.’ I don’t know what to expect."

 

 

It's like he just landed in Kyrgyzstan or some sh*t!

 

That's just ****ing stupid.  

There would be WAY more goats.  

Dumbass. 

Head Coach Mick Carthy not confident in Aaron Rodgers' accuracy:

 

The Green Bay Packers are in the midst of a philosophy change at wide receiver, as they have drastically shifted toward taller players.

“I’ve always preferred bigger receivers,” were Green Bay Packers‘ head coach Mike McCarthy’s exact words following the 2018 NFL draft.

He certainly got his wish as the Packers took the 6-foot-3 J’Mon Moore, the 6-foot-4 Marquez Valdes-Scantling and used a sixth-round pick on Equanimous St. Brown who measured at 6-foot-5 at the combine.

“I think you’re always looking for bigger targets,” McCarthy said.” It makes sense, doesn’t it? Bigger catching radius- completion percentage."

Here we go again. Nutsack makes a comment to fit his agenda instead of the truth. MM never said a word about Aaron Rodger's accuracy.  He may as well posted the Vikings have petitioned the NFL to widen the goal posts because they are sick of hearing "WIDE LEFT!!!"   

Brown Paper Sack posted:

Head Coach Mick Carthy not confident in Aaron Rodgers' accuracy:

 

The Green Bay Packers are in the midst of a philosophy change at wide receiver, as they have drastically shifted toward taller players.

“I’ve always preferred bigger receivers,” were Green Bay Packers‘ head coach Mike McCarthy’s exact words following the 2018 NFL draft.

He certainly got his wish as the Packers took the 6-foot-3 J’Mon Moore, the 6-foot-4 Marquez Valdes-Scantling and used a sixth-round pick on Equanimous St. Brown who measured at 6-foot-5 at the combine.

“I think you’re always looking for bigger targets,” McCarthy said.” It makes sense, doesn’t it? Bigger catching radius- completion percentage."

MM has been saying for years that Arod needs to have NBA centers at WR to produce anything. Good observation.

Head Coach Mick Carthy is completely sh*tfaced:

Mick Carthy: DeShone Kizer would be a first-round pick in this year’s draft

Carthy said Kizer compares to the elite prospects in this year’s draft, Baker Mayfield, Sam Darnold, Josh Allen and Josh Rosen.

“He has starter ability in this league. Clearly,” Carthy said. “In my opinion, if he was in that class this year, he would have been part of the first five quarterbacks, the first-round guys. He has exceptional arm talent.”

That doesn’t make a lot of sense: Last year Kizer went in the latter part of the second round, No. 52 overall. Aaron Rodgers is gay. Kizer did not have a good rookie year, which is why the Browns sent him to Green Bay. So if Kizer wasn’t a first-round pick a year ago, and didn’t have a good year, why would he be a first-round pick this year?

http://profootballtalk.nbcspor...in-this-years-draft/

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