I sure have not seen anything like this written about the Suckqueens.  

I’m arguing the Packers improved the most this offseason because they’ve undertaken a much-needed culture overhaul. Mike McCarthy’s coaching was stale and he had lost control of the team. The offense stalled without a consistent veteran threat Rodgers could rely on and the defense lacked the talent to keep the team alive.

By firing McCarthy and hiring Matt LaFleur, the Packers are starting fresh—and anything is better then the mess they became last season when they lost to a 2-9 Arizona Cardinals team, in cold weather, at home. Green Bay has also addressed the weaknesses in its defense with the additions of pass rushers Zadarius Smith and Preston Smith, and safety Adrian Amos. The free agent signings marked a departure from the thrifty free agent budgeting of previous GM Ted Thompson. In the draft, Green Bay focused on defense again in the first round with Michigan defensive end Rashan Gary and Maryland safety Darnell Savage, and later added a pass catching threat in tight end Jace Sternberger. So the team has an improved defense paired with a revamped offense. If Rodgers buys into the system, Green Bay will return to form.

ammo posted:

I sure have not seen anything like this written about the Suckqueens.  

I’m arguing the Packers improved the most this offseason because they’ve undertaken a much-needed culture overhaul. Mike McCarthy’s coaching was stale and he had lost control of the team. The offense stalled without a consistent veteran threat Rodgers could rely on and the defense lacked the talent to keep the team alive.

By firing McCarthy and hiring Matt LaFleur, the Packers are starting fresh—and anything is better then the mess they became last season when they lost to a 2-9 Arizona Cardinals team, in cold weather, at home. Green Bay has also addressed the weaknesses in its defense with the additions of pass rushers Zadarius Smith and Preston Smith, and safety Adrian Amos. The free agent signings marked a departure from the thrifty free agent budgeting of previous GM Ted Thompson. In the draft, Green Bay focused on defense again in the first round with Michigan defensive end Rashan Gary and Maryland safety Darnell Savage, and later added a pass catching threat in tight end Jace Sternberger. So the team has an improved defense paired with a revamped offense. If Rodgers buys into the system, Green Bay will return to formstuddd

Well, no screaming eagle sh*t.

When you completely suck ass cabbages as a team like the Packners, there's typically going to be a slight improvement by default the following year with acquisitions.

When you're the alpha dog staaaacked© marquee top echelon roster like the Vikings, there's not much room for improvement.

You dung beetle.

Brown Paper Sack AGAIN posted:
ammo posted:

I sure have not seen anything like this written about the Suckqueens.  

I’m arguing the Packers improved the most this offseason because they’ve undertaken a much-needed culture overhaul. Mike McCarthy’s coaching was stale and he had lost control of the team. The offense stalled without a consistent veteran threat Rodgers could rely on and the defense lacked the talent to keep the team alive.

By firing McCarthy and hiring Matt LaFleur, the Packers are starting fresh—and anything is better then the mess they became last season when they lost to a 2-9 Arizona Cardinals team, in cold weather, at home. Green Bay has also addressed the weaknesses in its defense with the additions of pass rushers Zadarius Smith and Preston Smith, and safety Adrian Amos. The free agent signings marked a departure from the thrifty free agent budgeting of previous GM Ted Thompson. In the draft, Green Bay focused on defense again in the first round with Michigan defensive end Rashan Gary and Maryland safety Darnell Savage, and later added a pass catching threat in tight end Jace Sternberger. So the team has an improved defense paired with a revamped offense. If Rodgers buys into the system, Green Bay will return to formstuddd

Well, no screaming eagle sh*t.

When you completely suck ass cabbages as a team like the Packners, there's typically going to be a slight improvement by default the following year with acquisitions.

When you're the alpha dog staaaacked© marquee top echelon roster like the Vikings, there's not much room for improvement.

You dung beetle.

And that alpha dog staaaaaaackkkkeeeeeddddd roster finished won the Super Bowl last year, right?  At least won the division?  At least qualified for the playoffs? 

Oh, nevermind.

ammo posted:

All caps means he's having a temper tantrum.  Something a stable genius would do.

The term "stable genius" keeps coming up.  What does that mean?  He knows a lot about horses?  If so he should be having these discussions with Bronco and Colts fans.  Just saying ...........

Each week in 2019, the NFL has designated one game to commemorate the league’s 100th season, picking matchups that represent “a momentous game played, a fierce rivalry that spans decades, a matchup of original teams and/or a game in which history was made.”

The Packers will be featured in the “NFL100 Game of the Week” during weeks 1, 7 and 8.

The Packers’ trip to Chicago to play the rival Bears will kick off the NFL’s 100th season in prime time. In October, the Packers will host the Oakland Raiders, whom Green Bay beat in Super Bowl II, and then a week later travel to Kansas City to play the Chiefs, whom the Packers defeated in Super Bowl I.

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Nice to see the Packers so well represented on the right side of History

Not to be left out of the 100th Anniversary celebration, the vikes are also represented - but only 1 of their 4 crushing defeats made the cut, losing to the Chiefs in the SB will be celebrated as part of the year - long NFL anniversary

The vikes are always on the wrong side of history, dating back to 1492 when they let Columbus take full credit for discovery of the new world even though the sven-chokers arrived hundreds of years earlier. ( allegedly)

Both teams have a long and storied tradition, but the purples tradition is LOSING, CHOKING, COMING UP SHORT for more than 500 years. Meanwhile, the 13 time NFL Champions tradition is all about winning. Hence the name on the Trophy

Eat it, wear it, own it vikechumps.  The vikings suck 

nice to see ya around these parts, Satori. 

only the viks:  https://profootballtalk.nbcspo...-time-kicking-coach/

Vikings hire Nate Kaeding as part-time kicking coach

“Nate’s done it before,” special teams coordinator Marwan Maalouf said, via the Pioneer Press. “So that’s somebody that you can trust and that’s experience that you can’t find just with any coach. So we’ve been lucky. He’s local. It only takes him a few hours to get here. He’s with us a few days a week. Communicates consistency through emails and video.”

Kaeding had a lot of success during his nine-year career, including a selection to the All-Pro first team in 2009. He also knows what it is like to have big misses as he was 8-of-15 on field goals in the postseason over eight appearances with the Chargers.

Tdog posted:

nice to see ya around these parts, Satori. 

only the viks:  https://profootballtalk.nbcspo...-time-kicking-coach/

Vikings hire Nate Kaeding as part-time kicking coach

“Nate’s done it before,” special teams coordinator Marwan Maalouf said, via the Pioneer Press. “So that’s somebody that you can trust and that’s experience that you can’t find just with any coach. So we’ve been lucky. He’s local. It only takes him a few hours to get here. He’s with us a few days a week. Communicates consistency through emails and video.”

Kaeding had a lot of success during his nine-year career, including a selection to the All-Pro first team in 2009. He also knows what it is like to have big misses as he was 8-of-15 on field goals in the postseason over eight appearances with the Chargers.

Perfect! We should start a poll on who will be worse in the FG dept. Vikes or Bares. I got the Bares in the reg season but IF the Vikes make the "offs" Heavy Money going on The Purple! 

Chickenboy of Rubechat posted:

The packers should think about hiring a strength and conditioning coach.  Every other team in the league has one.

Vikings should think about hiring a Super Bowl winning coach. Not every team has one. Some just have more than others. 

Tdog posted:

nice to see ya around these parts, Satori. 

only the viks:  https://profootballtalk.nbcspo...-time-kicking-coach/

Vikings hire Nate Kaeding as part-time kicking coach

“Nate’s done it before,” special teams coordinator Marwan Maalouf said, via the Pioneer Press. “So that’s somebody that you can trust and that’s experience that you can’t find just with any coach. So we’ve been lucky. He’s local. It only takes him a few hours to get here. He’s with us a few days a week. Communicates consistency through emails and video.”

Kaeding had a lot of success during his nine-year career, including a selection to the All-Pro first team in 2009. He also knows what it is like to have big misses as he was 8-of-15 on field goals in the postseason over eight appearances with the Chargers.

The Vikings tied up all their money in the stadium and "Guaranteed Cousins".  Nothing left over for coaches.  Sad ............

ChilliJon posted:
Chickenboy of Rubechat posted:

The packers should think about hiring a strength and conditioning coach.  Every other team in the league has one.

Vikings should think about hiring a Super Bowl winning coach. Not every team has one. Some just have more than others. 

"But the Vikings never traded for John Hadl, so there's that!"

--Jaymo

Ghost of Lambeau posted:
Tdog posted:

nice to see ya around these parts, Satori. 

only the viks:  https://profootballtalk.nbcspo...-time-kicking-coach/

Vikings hire Nate Kaeding as part-time kicking coach

“Nate’s done it before,” special teams coordinator Marwan Maalouf said, via the Pioneer Press. “So that’s somebody that you can trust and that’s experience that you can’t find just with any coach. So we’ve been lucky. He’s local. It only takes him a few hours to get here. He’s with us a few days a week. Communicates consistency through emails and video.”

Kaeding had a lot of success during his nine-year career, including a selection to the All-Pro first team in 2009. He also knows what it is like to have big misses as he was 8-of-15 on field goals in the postseason over eight appearances with the Chargers.

The Vikings tied up all their money in the stadium and "Guaranteed Cousins".  Nothing left over for coaches.  Sad ............

Tell me more about the Packers special teams coaching search.

ChilliJon posted:
Chickenboy of Rubechat posted:

The packers should think about hiring a strength and conditioning coach.  Every other team in the league has one.

Vikings should think about hiring a Super Bowl winning coach. Not every team has one. Some just have more than others. 

Zim Tzu has more Super Bowl rings than Mike LaFloor.

Brown Paper Sack AGAIN posted:
ChilliJon posted:
Chickenboy of Rubechat posted:

The packers should think about hiring a strength and conditioning coach.  Every other team in the league has one.

Vikings should think about hiring a Super Bowl winning coach. Not every team has one. Some just have more than others. 

Zim Tzu has more Super Bowl rings than Mike LaFloor.

To be crystal clear.... Zimmer has a ring because Deion Sanders joined Dallas after beating Dallas with SF and then Neil O’Donnell threw two HORRIBLE picks to Larry Brown that led to Al Davis giving Larry Brown one of the most ridiculous contracts in NFL history. Years later after getting nothing accomplished Zimmer thought teaming up with Bobby Petrino in Atlanta might be best. 

Zimmer is an idiot. 

Zimmer has tied himself to Barry Switzer, Bobby Pettrino, and Marvin Lewis. Some questionable characters. 

Gotta believe Zimmer is on the hot seat. 6 years and one playoff win when your team is stacked against the cap won't be enough for the Wilfs to keep you around. (BTW That one playoff win was the result of a pull-it-outta-your-ass miracle where the NO DB had a small stroke mid play). 

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