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  • The Giants are a Jekyl & Hyde if there ever was one!

    They were horrible 4 weeks ago at home vs the Jags, getting booed at halftime.
    Then they turned it on in the 2nd half and came back and won. Dammit.

    They were creaming Philly last week by 21 points.
    Then DeSean Jackson took over. God if only we had a game-changer on OUR special teams like D-Jack... can you imagine winning a game or two every year from special teams good stuff instead of us always losing a few games a year because of allowing it?

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    • Aaron Rodgers is using a new helmet reportedly

      Thanks to BK for the sig

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      • Does anyone else feel that the Packers don't really match up too well against the Giants? After thinking about it, this game is starting to scare me a bit.

        I'm not sure that with all the injuries in the front 7 that the Packers will be able to contain that Giants rushing attack all that well. We saw the Packers have trouble with Michael Turner and Adrian Peterson already earlier in the season, and in week 6 against Miami they got worn down late in the game by the Ronnie Brown-Ricky Williams rotation, which is similar to what they might see this Sunday with Jacobs and Bradshaw.

        On the other side, the offensive line must step up against what is one of the best pass rushes in football. If this offensive line couldn't block the Lions' front four, I'm not sure how in the world they can block New York's, especially considering the rotation that they have along the d-line.

        Also, the Giants have three capable corners who can match up with Packers receivers. Rodgers will have to spread the ball around, as he won't have the luxury of going after a weak link in the secondary like he did against Chris Cook or Mike Jenkins. But I worry about his ability to do this coming off the concussion. We saw against Miami, the game after his first concussion, that he looked a little rusty and a little timid in the pocket, and it looked like he ran into a couple of sacks because he was afraid to take a big hit. I think this is the type of game that they really wish they had Jermichael Finley to exploit some match-ups, knowing that he could beat Antrel Rolle or Kenny Phillips one-on-one.

        I hope I'm wrong, but it doesn't look too good to me.

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        • I wouldn't worry about it. This game is between 2 teams who have been raped with injuries. You guys have tons of injuries and so have we. It's pretty much going to come down what backup can get his head out of his buttock and play well.

          Plus I am not sure which team will show up and FOR HOW LONG. It will be an interesting game though.

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          • http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/12/22/favre-to-peppers-beat-the-packers/


            **** you Favre. What a dbag, still not over it. Does he realize he's ruined his legacy in the one place that always loved him?

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            • Originally posted by Mr.Regular View Post
              http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/12/22/favre-to-peppers-beat-the-packers/


              **** you Favre. What a dbag, still not over it. Does he realize he's ruined his legacy in the one place that always loved him?
              I agree! I hate him so much! It's like you guys offended big time by kicking him out. Don't you guys know, Lord Favre leaves on his own accord or doesn't leave at all. YOU HAVE NO RIGHT! Apparently in his mind, you guys committed an act of blasphemy!

              Just read the comments on the bottom. Priceless!

              But then again, He is our version of Tiki Barber.. Still booed when they show his face on the jumbotron.

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              • Rodgers wanted to play last week and I'm sure watching us barely lose killed him. I hope he's got a spark and comes out ballin' this week. Considering how early he was cleared to practice, I'm not too concerned about post-concussion symptoms. Then again, our OLine needs to keep him UPRIGHT all game and he needs to SLIDE, even if it's short of a first.


                When being a fanboi goes too far.

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                • Originally posted by Mr.Regular View Post
                  http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/12/22/favre-to-peppers-beat-the-packers/


                  **** you Favre. What a dbag, still not over it. Does he realize he's ruined his legacy in the one place that always loved him?
                  Packers to Favre: Go **** yourself.

                  sig by BoneKrusher

                  PACKERS BADGERS BREWERS BUCKS

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                  • Originally posted by senormysterioso View Post
                    Packers to Favre: Go **** yourself.
                    Packers to Favre: "I'm sorry, what? Do you need us to sign your pension check or something?"


                    When being a fanboi goes too far.

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                    • Originally posted by Mr.Regular View Post
                      http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/12/22/favre-to-peppers-beat-the-packers/


                      **** you Favre. What a dbag, still not over it. Does he realize he's ruined his legacy in the one place that always loved him?
                      Favre had 2 games to do it himself this season. Call in the backup you d-bag...

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                      • F**** Vikings.
                        They go 0-2 vs the Bears this year.... all we needed was them to win one of them.
                        They also go 0-2 vs us.
                        What a disgrace they are.

                        And I saw in Bears forum a few Vikings fans are rooting hard for the Bears over the Packers. More evidence that we are their jealous rival still !

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                        • Originally posted by J-Mike88 View Post
                          F**** Vikings.
                          They go 0-2 vs the Bears this year.... all we needed was them to win one of them.
                          They also go 0-2 vs us.
                          What a disgrace they are.

                          And I saw in Bears forum a few Vikings fans are rooting hard for the Bears over the Packers. More evidence that we are their jealous rival still !
                          it's always been that way. Whenever a Bears or Vikings team is on verge to making the playoffs/eliminating the Packers they gang up on the Packers' fanbase, lol, just embrace it

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                          • Originally posted by PACKmanN View Post
                            it's always been that way. Whenever a Bears or Vikings team is on verge to making the playoffs/eliminating the Packers they gang up on the Packers' fanbase, lol, just embrace it
                            As long as we get the LAST laugh, in February!

                            BTW, YOU got an AVY & SIG to show up! Congrats.
                            Blue Jays though? lol

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                            • Don Banks of Sports Illustrated, on the Packers. BTW, I also thought of the similarities between that and this:

                              Green Bay Packers (8-6)
                              OK, so it's not a perfect analogy, but when I was watching the Aaron Rodgers-less Packers push the vaunted Patriots all the way to the wall Sunday night, I couldn't help but think of the 2007 Giants taking undefeated New England to the max in Week 17 of that season, in a loss that strangely became the springboard to New York's upstart Super Bowl championship run. Am I predicting a Packers-Patriots rematch in the Super Bowl in about 6 weeks? Not really, but if it comes true I'll try to claim I did.

                              Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/201...#ixzz18wlOjI1A

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                              • Believe it, Packers fans. In a poll of 277 NFL players for Sports Illustrated, 26% of those surveyed said Green Bay Packers fans were the most knowledgeable fans in the league.

                                Way back in second place are fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Fourteen percent of the players said Pittsburgh had the most knowledgeable fans.

                                The next three: New York, 9%; Philadelphia, 8%, and Dallas, 7%.

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