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Re: Week 8 GC: Minnesota @ Green Bay

Postby latsprewell20002000 » Sun Nov 01, 2009 7:03 pm

OMG look guys, good things happen when we use our best WR...
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Re: Week 8 GC: Minnesota @ Green Bay

Postby biju » Sun Nov 01, 2009 7:04 pm

Does anyone get the vibe that this Aaron Rodgers limp is really just a pride protector. I remember as kids playing in the street and one guy getting his ass handed to him starts limping because it feels better on one's ego to lose because you're hurt than because you got it stuck to you.

Soon you're going to see Mike McCarthy and Ted Thompson limping too.
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Re: Week 8 GC: Minnesota @ Green Bay

Postby moochman » Sun Nov 01, 2009 7:07 pm

biju wrote:Does anyone get the vibe that this Aaron Rodgers limp is really just a pride protector. I remember as kids playing in the street and one guy getting his ass handed to him starts limping because it feels better on one's ego to lose because you're hurt than because you got it stuck to you.

Soon you're going to see Mike McCarthy and Ted Thompson limping too.



I'm starting to sense that you don't like MM, TT, or Limpy Rodgers.

Have to admit I felt the same thing too. Most playres limp to the sidelines and walk it off.
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Re: Week 8 GC: Minnesota @ Green Bay

Postby moochman » Sun Nov 01, 2009 7:07 pm

Sweet pass by Fart. Berrian sighting. TD
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Re: Week 8 GC: Minnesota @ Green Bay

Postby Metroid » Sun Nov 01, 2009 7:08 pm

B squared with the TD. That should do it for the cheeseheads.
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Re: Week 8 GC: Minnesota @ Green Bay

Postby Nfl Fan » Sun Nov 01, 2009 7:10 pm

Wow. 4 TD's for Favre. What a homecoming. :-*
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Re: Week 8 GC: Minnesota @ Green Bay

Postby latsprewell20002000 » Sun Nov 01, 2009 7:10 pm

biju wrote:Does anyone get the vibe that this Aaron Rodgers limp is really just a pride protector. I remember as kids playing in the street and one guy getting his ass handed to him starts limping because it feels better on one's ego to lose because you're hurt than because you got it stuck to you.

Soon you're going to see Mike McCarthy and Ted Thompson limping too.


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Re: Week 8 GC: Minnesota @ Green Bay

Postby biju » Sun Nov 01, 2009 7:13 pm

moochman wrote:
biju wrote:Does anyone get the vibe that this Aaron Rodgers limp is really just a pride protector. I remember as kids playing in the street and one guy getting his ass handed to him starts limping because it feels better on one's ego to lose because you're hurt than because you got it stuck to you.

Soon you're going to see Mike McCarthy and Ted Thompson limping too.



I'm starting to sense that you don't like MM, TT, or Limpy Rodgers.

Have to admit I felt the same thing too. Most playres limp to the sidelines and walk it off.


I don't like how they handled the Brett Favre thing. Obviously I don't know the whole story, but my spidey senses are telling me that MM and TT were trying to force Favre to retire for years and this is *partiallyl* what made Brett's decision making process so painful for the rest of the world.

I don't dislike Rodgers, although he seems to be a little bit of a whiny B.
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Re: Week 8 GC: Minnesota @ Green Bay

Postby moochman » Sun Nov 01, 2009 7:17 pm

biju wrote:
moochman wrote:
biju wrote:Does anyone get the vibe that this Aaron Rodgers limp is really just a pride protector. I remember as kids playing in the street and one guy getting his ass handed to him starts limping because it feels better on one's ego to lose because you're hurt than because you got it stuck to you.

Soon you're going to see Mike McCarthy and Ted Thompson limping too.



I'm starting to sense that you don't like MM, TT, or Limpy Rodgers.

Have to admit I felt the same thing too. Most playres limp to the sidelines and walk it off.


I don't like how they handled the Brett Favre thing. Obviously I don't know the whole story, but my spidey senses are telling me that MM and TT were trying to force Favre to retire for years and this is *partiallyl* what made Brett's decision making process so painful for the rest of the world.

I don't dislike Rodgers, although he seems to be a little bit of a whiny B.



A close friend of mine who lives in Green Bay told me that the last several years Favre was in Green Bay they were trying to force him out. They drafted Rodgers and were under a lot of pressure to play him, but didn't have balls enough to let Favre go. Chicken cheeseheads. I hate TT and MM.
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Re: Week 8 GC: Minnesota @ Green Bay

Postby benb18a » Sun Nov 01, 2009 10:14 pm

I have also heard these things about Ted Thompson, how he lied about their offer to the Raiders for Moss. Obviously they didn't offer much at all if they let him go for a 4th rounder. I heard, from somebody who heard this from a close source, that Favre told TT he wanted to play for a title for one more reason, and then allow Rodgers to work his way into the starter job, and then retire to take over the QB coach job.

I am one of the few from this state that backs Favre. Ted Thompson's ego is the reason why this schism happened.
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