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  • #46
    other than an underrated Donald Driver he had almost no help last year.

    HB-Ahman Green good but was hurt a lot and was not as effective because of the O-Line play
    FB Brandon Miree good but he was hurt for most of the season
    #2WR Greg Jennings helped out early in the season but was nonfactor once he got hurt
    #3 WR he had a #3 WR?
    TE Bubba Franks has always been slow but he used to be able to catch and now he cannot even do that
    O-Line has a lot of potential but was too young last year to help (except for Clifton and Wells and Tauscher when he was healthy)

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    • #47
      Originally posted by 50 View Post
      other than an underrated Donald Driver he had almost no help last year.

      HB-Ahman Green good but was hurt a lot and was not as effective because of the O-Line play
      FB Brandon Miree good but he was hurt for most of the season
      #2WR Greg Jennings helped out early in the season but was nonfactor once he got hurt
      #3 WR he had a #3 WR?
      TE Bubba Franks has always been slow but he used to be able to catch and now he cannot even do that
      O-Line has a lot of potential but was too young last year to help (except for Clifton and Wells and Tauscher when he was healthy)
      After the first half of the year Jennings was a no show and that didn't help the Packers at all


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      • #48
        Favorite moment from any-every game over Favre's career, hard to choose just one. The last second early season comebacks in 99 against Tampa, Oakland and Minnesota are right there. That was the season he played with the ruined thumb on his throwing hand. Nevertheless, would have to go with Freeman's improbable bobble on that Monday night game as the single most electrifying moment. He really shouldn't even have caught that ball; pouring rain, pass was off the mark, tipped, and Antonio was going facemask first into the mud, pass defender already celebrating (wasn't that the same fella
        that'd commited uncalled penalty after penalty during that game, later to be cut by the Vikings?). Was sitting there watching with two Viking fans, a cop and a coworker, camera keeps cutting to Sherman on the sidelines, sweating bullets after having made a questionable possession decision. Freeman climbs up outta the mud, takes off, cop says "Where does he think he's goin'?", coworker says "For a touchdown." Multiple super slo-mo replays, boom, play stands, Pack wins.

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        • #49
          Originally posted by warcover View Post
          Favorite moment from any-every game over Favre's career, hard to choose just one. The last second early season comebacks in 99 against Tampa, Oakland and Minnesota are right there. That was the season he played with the ruined thumb on his throwing hand. Nevertheless, would have to go with Freeman's improbable bobble on that Monday night game as the single most electrifying moment. He really shouldn't even have caught that ball; pouring rain, pass was off the mark, tipped, and Antonio was going facemask first into the mud, pass defender already celebrating (wasn't that the same fella
          that'd commited uncalled penalty after penalty during that game, later to be cut by the Vikings?). Was sitting there watching with two Viking fans, a cop and a coworker, camera keeps cutting to Sherman on the sidelines, sweating bullets after having made a questionable possession decision. Freeman climbs up outta the mud, takes off, cop says "Where does he think he's goin'?", coworker says "For a touchdown." Multiple super slo-mo replays, boom, play stands, Pack wins.

          AWESOME!!! :)


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          • #50
            Originally posted by warcover View Post
            Favorite moment from any-every game over Favre's career, hard to choose just one. The last second early season comebacks in 99 against Tampa, Oakland and Minnesota are right there. That was the season he played with the ruined thumb on his throwing hand. Nevertheless, would have to go with Freeman's improbable bobble on that Monday night game as the single most electrifying moment. He really shouldn't even have caught that ball; pouring rain, pass was off the mark, tipped, and Antonio was going facemask first into the mud, pass defender already celebrating (wasn't that the same fella
            that'd commited uncalled penalty after penalty during that game, later to be cut by the Vikings?). Was sitting there watching with two Viking fans, a cop and a coworker, camera keeps cutting to Sherman on the sidelines, sweating bullets after having made a questionable possession decision. Freeman climbs up outta the mud, takes off, cop says "Where does he think he's goin'?", coworker says "For a touchdown." Multiple super slo-mo replays, boom, play stands, Pack wins.

            oop I think I make ejaculate

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            • #51
              Who wants to see Brett's dong?

              http://nflhs.com/downloads/video.asp

              watch the first segement.

              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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              • #52
                Brett Favre: The Soundtrack

                1. Led Zeppelin | Dazed and Confused (4 pass attempts, 2 INT)
                2. Creedence Clearwater Revival | Bad Moon Rising (first year at helm)
                3. Steppenwolf | Born To Be Wild (-5 TDs/INTs)
                4. Johnny Cash | The Man Comes Around (33 TD)
                5. KC & The Sunshine Band | Keep It Comin' Love (38 TD, MVP)
                6. Kool & The Gang | Celebration (39 TDs, 2nd MVP, Super Bowl win)
                7. R.E.M. | Everybody Hurts (35 TDs, 3rd MVP, Super Bowl loss)
                8. Beastie Boys | Sabotage (Jerry Rice [no] fumble -- early exit)
                9. Bob Marley | No Woman, No Cry (misses playoffs)
                10. Metallica | The God That Failed (Brett [God] misses [fails] playoffs again)
                11. Tupac | Hit 'Em Up (32 TDs, revenge on 49ers)
                12. Tonic | If You Could Only See (27 TDs, shocked by Atlanta)
                13. Rage Against the Machine | Bullet in the Head (4th and 26)
                14. Radiohead | Karma Police (last playoff appearance)
                15. Citizen King | I've Seen Better Days (29 INTs)
                16. Coldplay | Everything's Not Lost (18 TDs 18 INTs)
                17. Lynyrd Skynyrd | Free Bird (???)

                * The Clash | Should I Stay or Should I Go: this track could have been selected anywhere from 13-16.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by ny10804 View Post
                  Brett Favre: The Soundtrack

                  1. Led Zeppelin | Dazed and Confused (4 pass attempts, 2 INT)
                  2. Creedence Clearwater Revival | Bad Moon Rising (first year at helm)
                  3. Steppenwolf | Born To Be Wild (-5 TDs/INTs)
                  4. Johnny Cash | The Man Comes Around (33 TD)
                  5. KC & The Sunshine Band | Keep It Comin' Love (38 TD, MVP)
                  6. Kool & The Gang | Celebration (39 TDs, 2nd MVP, Super Bowl win)
                  7. R.E.M. | Everybody Hurts (35 TDs, 3rd MVP, Super Bowl loss)
                  8. Beastie Boys | Sabotage (Jerry Rice [no] fumble -- early exit)
                  9. Bob Marley | No Woman, No Cry (misses playoffs)
                  10. Metallica | The God That Failed (Brett [God] misses [fails] playoffs again)
                  11. Tupac | Hit 'Em Up (32 TDs, revenge on 49ers)
                  12. Tonic | If You Could Only See (27 TDs, shocked by Atlanta)
                  13. Rage Against the Machine | Bullet in the Head (4th and 26)
                  14. Radiohead | Karma Police (last playoff appearance)
                  15. Citizen King | I've Seen Better Days (29 INTs)
                  16. Coldplay | Everything's Not Lost (18 TDs 18 INTs)
                  17. Lynyrd Skynyrd | Free Bird (???)

                  * The Clash | Should I Stay or Should I Go: this track could have been selected anywhere from 13-16.

                  I can tell you right now that there is absolutely ZERO rap on a Brett Favre soundtrack.

                  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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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by TitleTown088 View Post
                    I can tell you right now that there is absolutely ZERO rap on a Brett Favre soundtrack.
                    very true, a southern guy playing football in wisconsin, theres just rap relation in that

                    Originally posted by princefielder28
                    Sherman's hitting percentage on draft picks is like Ben Sheets at the plate

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                    • #55
                      wrong thread...

                      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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                      • #56
                        Packers Favre decision in 7-10 days

                        Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy had a lengthy meeting Tuesday with Brett Favre before the 38-year-old quarterback headed home to Mississippi. Although McCarthy got no indication on whether Favre will be back for an 18th season, a decision is expected in the next seven to 10 days. "We talked about all the reasons why to come back and some of the reasons why he wouldn't come back - we ran through that gauntlet," McCarthy said. "He's always been very open and forthcoming with how he feels about every situation. I told him I'd call him or he'd call me in the next seven or 10 days. . . and see where he is." If Favre does return, he will be expected to participate in the organized team activities. -- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
                        http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=710762

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                        • #57
                          good to hear



                          Sig thanks to Bonekrusher

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by ny10804 View Post
                            15. Citizen King | I've Seen Better Days (29 INTs)
                            That is a great song.
                            I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me.
                            Hunter S. Thompson

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by ds8582 View Post
                              agreed. Still probably in the middle 3rd of league QBs.
                              middle third... yeah rite ur ******** hes easily the best. tom brady and peyton manning r not even in his league. his teammates r nowhere near as good yet favre still does better. Also he makes plays that brady and manning only wish they could make. Brett Favre is the GREATEST FOOTBALL PLAYER EVER!!! anyone who disagrees, obviously isnt tough so would not notice a tough guy when they saw one. he is easily the best ever. even dan marino the second best ever is nowhere near as good as favre.

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by Packer#50 View Post
                                middle third... yeah rite ur ******** hes easily the best. tom brady and peyton manning r not even in his league. his teammates r nowhere near as good yet favre still does better. Also he makes plays that brady and manning only wish they could make. Brett Favre is the GREATEST FOOTBALL PLAYER EVER!!! anyone who disagrees, obviously isnt tough so would not notice a tough guy when they saw one. he is easily the best ever. even dan marino the second best ever is nowhere near as good as favre.
                                Sorry, but posts like this are why Packer fans have a bad reputation around here. Nothing else to it.

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