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  • #46
    Originally posted by umphrey View Post
    I don't know how McCarthy isn't getting mentioned here, especially if the Packers made the playoffs. He runs one of the most productive offenses in the league and if he makes the playoffs it will be incredibly impressive with all the injuries we've had.

    Please, we are all sick of the Packers injury jokes. It's going to come up from time to time. I apologize on behalf of Packer fans if we whined about it at times. It's not funny to quote this and say "wait, the Packers had injuries?". And now that I wrote this, someone definitely will, and no one will laugh.
    You may be too butthurt to laugh, but the rest of us aren't.

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    • #47
      I can't believe no one went and...

      Rex Ryan is a shoe-in for coach of the year.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by Monomach View Post
        You may be too butthurt to laugh, but the rest of us aren't.
        Whatever, I knew a negative response was coming, and if you're still laughing at the same joke that started 2 months ago, then enjoy it I guess. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't annoyed at how mentioning the biggest storyline of the Packers season gets quoted 3 times with the same joke that I've read 100 times now.

        Thanks to BK for the sig

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        • #49
          Originally posted by umphrey View Post
          Whatever, I knew a negative response was coming, and if you're still laughing at the same joke that started 2 months ago, then enjoy it I guess. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't annoyed at how mentioning the biggest storyline of the Packers season gets quoted 3 times with the same joke that I've read 100 times now.
          Sorry, but all I'm getting from this is "WAAAAHHHHH THE PACKERS HAD INJURIES!"

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          • #50
            I never thought it was that funny to begin with. Every team has injures and every year there is "that" team that has more than others. Maybe I missed the joke or something.

            Originally posted by fenikz
            His soft D really turns me off
            ** RIP themaninblack. You will be missed. **

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            • #51
              Originally posted by CameronCropper View Post
              How exactly are you ranking McCarthy 3rd? Before the start of the season people were saying that the Packers were favourites for the Super Bowl, that it was between them and the Vikings for the division with an edge towards the Packers.
              Let me do the honors...

              The Packers have injuries.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by Chucky View Post
                People are discounting Morris because of the lack of quality of teams that the Bucs have beat, but its not like the Chiefs have beaten anyone good either, their best win is against the Jags starting Todd Bouman
                The Chiefs got better throughout the year. If they have close to the 3rd down offense early in the season (their biggest weakness) that they have now, they're a 2-loss team right now...easily handling the Texans, Colts, and Raiders. You take the Bucs now and go back and have them play the teams they lost to, and they still lose.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by vidae View Post
                  I never thought it was that funny to begin with. Every team has injures and every year there is "that" team that has more than others. Maybe I missed the joke or something.
                  The joke is that any thread this season containing the word "Packers" immediately brought on a horde of Green bay fans whining about how great they'd be without injuries. Same for the threads containing the words "playoffs" or "injuries."

                  Naturally, everyone else just followed their example.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by Monomach View Post
                    The joke is that any thread this season containing the word "Packers" immediately brought on a horde of Green bay fans whining about how great they'd be without injuries. Same for the threads containing the words "playoffs" or "injuries."
                    The opinion in GB nation was "well there goes the playoffs" to "holy crap we are actually making this work" to "I can't believe our top 6 ROLBs are hurt and we are onto #7 and still beating the Giants". Most of us thought we would fall apart completely and were shocked when we shut out the Jets, which brought about some optimism.

                    Thanks to BK for the sig

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                    • #55
                      The Packers didn't even lose any fantastic players. Nick Barnett, Finley and Grant are the only quality players they have on IR. If the Packers weren't ******* ******** and signed a running back or traded for one in the 5 weeks they had the opportunity to they'd probably be ahead of the Bears right now. Its cool though, who needs to have running backs when your QB can scramble for 40 yards a game and get himself KO'd.

                      The Packers injuries are so overblown and thats why its annoying. Every team has injuries. My team the Bills in Jauron's first/second year had like 18 people on IR and they still went 7-9 with a way shittier team, Bills fans didn't cry about it in every thread.

                      Oh no, we have a mountain of backup linebackers injured, how will we ever compete with our ****** linebackers injured... Chillar is only good at blitzing if he gets a wide open lane to the QB, and is decent in coverage, and Barnett is just a solid leader. Any further down the depth chart the caliber of player doesn't really change, just the personality and familiarity.

                      ****, our tight ends are crap because we don't have a pro bowler now! Oh shucks, how will the Packers survive without a tight end, their offense has been based around the position since McCarthy got there...... Oh, he spread everyone out with 4 receivers and had Donald Lee as his number one tight end the whole time? Sorry, never mind. Losing Finley sucked, not like the offense would be any worse than every other year without him contributing...

                      The Packers offense was basically the same as it has been since McCarthy got there but with even more depth at receiver, a better QB, but this time didn't luck out with a RB stepping up like Grant did 3 years ago, sorry not every scrub RB from the 7th round is Ryan Grant, Mike.

                      The defense has had ****** safeties forever. Nick Collins has been fine, and Bigby only gets recognized because he has a bad ass name, dreads and made a couple big plays two years ago.

                      Yeah, your team had injuries, most of them were all at the same positions, they still had a solid offensive line, a pro bowl QB and as deep of a receiver core as they've ever had.

                      The defense still had it's two best linebackers, Woodson and apparently Tramon is awesome and Shields can play nickel, sounds better than most of the past decade at corner for the Packers tbqh. They also have more than journeymen and guys playing out of position playing on the DLine now that Raji knows wtf hes doing in his second year, Pickett is solid, Jenkins missed time but is a quality player, they lack depth but thats a result of ****** talent beyond the starters rather than injuries.

                      The Packers aren't that banged up, they just have a lot of ****** backups in their front seven and have never had good safeties since Butler and Sharper. The only injury that really ****** them over was Ryan Grant.



                      p.s. Bill Belicheck should be coach of the year kthxbai.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by Vox Populi View Post
                        The Packers didn't even lose any fantastic players. Nick Barnett, Finley and Grant are the only quality players they have on IR. If the Packers weren't ******* ******** and signed a running back or traded for one in the 5 weeks they had the opportunity to they'd probably be ahead of the Bears right now. Its cool though, who needs to have running backs when your QB can scramble for 40 yards a game and get himself KO'd.

                        The Packers injuries are so overblown and thats why its annoying. Every team has injuries. My team the Bills in Jauron's first/second year had like 18 people on IR and they still went 7-9 with a way shittier team, Bills fans didn't cry about it in every thread.

                        Oh no, we have a mountain of backup linebackers injured, how will we ever compete with our ****** linebackers injured... Chillar is only good at blitzing if he gets a wide open lane to the QB, and is decent in coverage, and Barnett is just a solid leader. Any further down the depth chart the caliber of player doesn't really change, just the personality and familiarity.

                        ****, our tight ends are crap because we don't have a pro bowler now! Oh shucks, how will the Packers survive without a tight end, their offense has been based around the position since McCarthy got there...... Oh, he spread everyone out with 4 receivers and had Donald Lee as his number one tight end the whole time? Sorry, never mind. Losing Finley sucked, not like the offense would be any worse than every other year without him contributing...

                        The Packers offense was basically the same as it has been since McCarthy got there but with even more depth at receiver, a better QB, but this time didn't luck out with a RB stepping up like Grant did 3 years ago, sorry not every scrub RB from the 7th round is Ryan Grant, Mike.

                        The defense has had ****** safeties forever. Nick Collins has been fine, and Bigby only gets recognized because he has a bad ass name, dreads and made a couple big plays two years ago.

                        Yeah, your team had injuries, most of them were all at the same positions, they still had a solid offensive line, a pro bowl QB and as deep of a receiver core as they've ever had.

                        The defense still had it's two best linebackers, Woodson and apparently Tramon is awesome and Shields can play nickel, sounds better than most of the past decade at corner for the Packers tbqh. They also have more than journeymen and guys playing out of position playing on the DLine now that Raji knows wtf hes doing in his second year, Pickett is solid, Jenkins missed time but is a quality player, they lack depth but thats a result of ****** talent beyond the starters rather than injuries.

                        The Packers aren't that banged up, they just have a lot of ****** backups in their front seven and have never had good safeties since Butler and Sharper. The only injury that really ****** them over was Ryan Grant.



                        p.s. Bill Belicheck should be coach of the year kthxbai.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by descendency View Post
                          Um, No.

                          The Patriots were a popular pick for 3rd in the division. Yea, behind the Dolphins and Jets. The non-Patriots fans who had them not in 3rd had them in 2nd. (pre-season)
                          This. The defense was expected to be awful, especially against the pass thanks to a young secondary and no pass rushers.

                          Show me one credible person that picked them ahead of the Jets at the beginning of the year.

                          And I also think just from a standpoint that everyone knows BB is the best coach in the league, one of these guys that have made a huge turnaround this year should get the award.


                          When being a fanboi goes too far.

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                          • #58
                            BB was more personally involved with coaching the defense this year and the results didn't show on the stat sheet, but showed for sure on the field. I would take this defense over the Dean Pees one ten times out of ten despite what statistics dictate. So much more deception and complexities scheme wise. Got a ton better late in the year too.

                            R.I.P. Junior Seau

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                            • #59
                              Brad Childress for coach of the year!

                              Just kidding, but I think BB is by far the best coach in the league and I would be fine with him winning it.

                              Bonekrusher.

                              Originally posted by JordanTaber
                              Football...it's rocket surgery now, folks.

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by Sportsfan486 View Post
                                This. The defense was expected to be awful, especially against the pass thanks to a young secondary and no pass rushers.

                                Show me one credible person that picked them ahead of the Jets at the beginning of the year.

                                And I also think just from a standpoint that everyone knows BB is the best coach in the league, one of these guys that have made a huge turnaround this year should get the award.
                                I did, but that was more out of my hatred for the Jets. My preseason SB prediction was Pats vs Vikes.

                                Bonekrusher.

                                Originally posted by JordanTaber
                                Football...it's rocket surgery now, folks.

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