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  • #61
    Originally posted by PackerLegend View Post
    A gift?? Do you remember earlier in the game when Al ripped the ball right out of T.O's arms and stayed in bounds. Yet for no reason or a very bad reason at that the refs gave the Cowboys a gift and let them keep the ball.
    Big difference. It was a sure Touchdown that Owens had with no one around him and he literally lobbed the ball to harris who was standing 5 yards away. That is a 7 point swing.

    The earlier rip was debatable because the refs may have blown the whistle prematurely which is why T.O. let go of the ball. We cant know if Harris ripped it from him or if he let go, although that should have been packer ball. Still there was no difference in points on that play.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by EvilMonkey View Post
      if you watch any other Packer games, the short little passes were by far the most important part of our offense last year. Rodgers running the offense like that wasn't any different than if Favre was in there if he would have stuck to the offense instead of pressing and throwing a bunch of bombs like he did. Dallas's gameplan wasnt working that great, you guys just had a great pass rush and favre just went back to his old style of chucking the ball up instead of dumping it off for the safe play and letting the WRs make plays, which Rodgers did later on. Thinking the offense that Favre was running was OUR gameplan for that game and any other game was the biggest myth of last season.
      Dallas gameplan wasn't working that great? you must be joking. That game was on its way to the biggest beat down of the season before Favre got injured. It wasn't even as bad as it could have been. D Ware sacked Favre and forced a fumble but was INCORRECTLY called offsides.

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      • #63
        Originally posted by Burns336 View Post
        Big difference. It was a sure Touchdown that Owens had with no one around him and he literally lobbed the ball to harris who was standing 5 yards away. That is a 7 point swing.

        The earlier rip was debatable because the refs may have blown the whistle prematurely which is why T.O. let go of the ball. We cant know if Harris ripped it from him or if he let go, although that should have been packer ball. Still there was no difference in points on that play.
        Well that's a stupid thing to say. Sure there was no direct difference in points on that play, but it could/would have drastically changed that game.

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        • #64

          But an NFL source said Wednesday afternoon that Favre -- or Cook on his behalf -- actually contacted the Packers "within the past few weeks" about returning, and when the Packers made it clear that they have moved on, Favre asked for his release. The Packers refused.
          If the packers decide not to put him on the roster, he'll essentially become a Free Agent assuming he decides to come back and they don't release, trade, or want him back.

          This has the makings of something very very ugly if Packers' management dosen't want him back... I pray nothing like that happens.
          Last edited by TitleTown088; 07-02-2008, 05:54 PM.

          What do the vikings and marijuana have in common? Every time you put them in a bowl
          they get smoked.

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          Hint:Not the Bears.

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          • #65
            Originally posted by GB12 View Post
            Well that's a stupid thing to say. Sure there was no direct difference in points on that play, but it could/would have drastically changed that game.
            Maybe? How could you know? It most likely would have led to Favre turning the ball over a little earlier than he did based on how the first half went.

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            • #66
              Originally posted by TitleTown088 View Post
              This has the makings of something very very ugly if Packers' management dosen't want him back... I pray nothing like that happens.
              They should bring back Favre to groom Brohm for next season. Best option IMO. Rodgers is a *** hippie.

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              • #67
                If Favre wants to come back you let him back. Picking Rodgers over Favre would be incredible stupid. My dream is for the Packers to not want Favre and to have the Vikings sign him just to shove it in the fudgepackers face.

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                • #68
                  my bro played golf with aaron rodgers in san diego and said he was cool as s


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                  12 Games, 106 Rec, 1501 yards, 23 TD's

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                  • #69
                    I'm 99.99% positive Favre won't play for anyone but the Packers again. He's not broke people. At this point his biggest priority is reputation.

                    Thanks to BK for the sig

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                    • #70
                      Where are the Bears and Lions fans hiding??

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                      • #71
                        Also.... He needs to come back to personally slay the Madden curse.

                        What do the vikings and marijuana have in common? Every time you put them in a bowl
                        they get smoked.

                        2010-2011 Super Bowl Champions
                        Hint:Not the Bears.

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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by 619 View Post
                          Where are the Bears and Lions fans hiding??
                          There is such things as Lions fans?

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by Burns336 View Post
                            Maybe? How could you know? It most likely would have led to Favre turning the ball over a little earlier than he did based on how the first half went.
                            Well there'd be less urgency to score which would be more likely to lead to him not chucking up those poor throws than doing it sooner. Not saying that we would have for sure won that game if the call was right or anything like that, but it definitely had a huge effect on the game. Really I don't want to argue this game anymore. We have enough after the game finished and the end result was really meaningless as the Cowboys didn't get to the Conference Championship anyways.

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                            • #74
                              Originally posted by GB12 View Post
                              Well there'd be less urgency to score which would be more likely to lead to him not chucking up those poor throws than doing it sooner. Not saying that we would have for sure won that game if the call was right or anything like that, but it definitely had a huge effect on the game. Really I don't want to argue this game anymore. We have enough after the game finished and the end result was really meaningless as the Cowboys didn't get to the Conference Championship anyways.
                              This is true. My whole season was a ******* wash. Super bowl or die every year.

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                              • #75
                                Maybe Favre just wants to drum up some buzz for Green Bay as ESPN's "Titletown"..........
                                Originally posted by Scott Wright
                                I could also go on a rant about how Uncle Joe from Willky Wonka is a major dick.

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