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Re: GC: Bears at Packers

Postby FatFoot » Sun Oct 07, 2007 10:49 pm

Corrections noted.

FatFoot wrote:Observations:
2). Morency could be exactly what Green Bay needs. He actually looks like a RB, unlike the others the Pack have handed off to this season. The Pack with a running game, looks a lot more serious than the Pack passing 70% of the time.

Wrong.


4). This game is what we thought it was.

Wrong.


6). I expect a big second half from Benson but --

Wrong.


7). Brett Favre is on fire, and I expect the lead to increase. Only hope the Bears have, is several turnovers by the Pack, IMO.

Wrong.

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Re: GC: Bears at Packers

Postby bobshope » Sun Oct 07, 2007 10:50 pm

GB did a great job of throwing that game. My tickets for next week's game are now for sale.
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Re: GC: Bears at Packers

Postby Cowboys 4 life » Sun Oct 07, 2007 10:52 pm

Patchell wrote:The time out deal makes no sense. Green Bay weren't challenging whether it was a first down, they were just challenging the spot. What a terrible rule.


No it doesn't. GB got screwed there. They should have had another TO. And another TO would have made it alot easier to score there on that last drive.

Chalk this decision up to the refs.
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Re: GC: Bears at Packers

Postby FatFoot » Sun Oct 07, 2007 10:56 pm

Were they out of time outs at the end there? I thought they still had one left, but that there just wasn't enough time on the clock to make it matter. I could be wrong... a bit too much drinking and nail-biting.

Chalk this one up to THE BEARS.
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Re: GC: Bears at Packers

Postby Old_Style » Sun Oct 07, 2007 10:57 pm

FatFoot wrote:Were they out of time outs at the end there? I thought they still had one left, but that there just wasn't enough time on the clock to make it matter. I could be wrong... a bit too much drinking and nail-biting.

Chalk this one up to THE BEARS.


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Re: GC: Bears at Packers

Postby bobshope » Sun Oct 07, 2007 11:02 pm

FatFoot wrote:Were they out of time outs at the end there? I thought they still had one left, but that there just wasn't enough time on the clock to make it matter. I could be wrong... a bit too much drinking and nail-biting.

Chalk this one up to THE BEARS.


It shouldn't have mattered. GB beat the daylights out of them and then decided to throw the game with some help from the refs. Pathetic game overall.
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Re: GC: Bears at Packers

Postby FatFoot » Sun Oct 07, 2007 11:03 pm

That was a GREAT game, as any game that's this close tends to be, and additionally, the "help from the refs" ... :~( WAH!
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Re: GC: Bears at Packers

Postby Metroid » Sun Oct 07, 2007 11:04 pm

Cowboys 4 life wrote:
Patchell wrote:The time out deal makes no sense. Green Bay weren't challenging whether it was a first down, they were just challenging the spot. What a terrible rule.


No it doesn't. GB got screwed there. They should have had another TO. And another TO would have made it alot easier to score there on that last drive.

Chalk this decision up to the refs.

I think the technicality is that GB was challenging that it wasn't a first down. Regardless of whether they changed the spot or not it still resulted in a first down, therefore GB lost the challenge.

Stoopid rule but thats the way I understand it. :-?
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Re: GC: Bears at Packers

Postby leppy » Sun Oct 07, 2007 11:05 pm

I chalk that one up to the refs. 3 calls changed that game. The bs illegal formation on the bears field goal, the flag that was taken back for 12 men on the field, and the first down spot, oh, and the fact that the packers won what the challenged(the spot), and still lost a timeout. Fix those things, and the Pack probably wins. Can't wait to see what Official Review has to say on Total Access this week.
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Re: GC: Bears at Packers

Postby SniperShot » Sun Oct 07, 2007 11:05 pm

I thought the officiating in that game was horrible on multiple calls especially that 12 men on the field call that got over ruled near halftime. There were CLEARLY 12 men on when the ball was snapped. Other weird random calls like offensive pass interference when I didn't see any at all and defensive holding that was not shown... :-?

How the freak did the Packers lose that game? Ughh.
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