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  • boy Bigby won me over what a game he had he played fearless

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    • Originally posted by The Legend View Post
      boy Bigby won me over what a game he had he played fearless
      Don't forget the dogshit defense he played in the first. I'll reserve my opinion of him until a couple more games.

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

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      • Pre-Season Stats - Week 2

        Carlyle Holiday & James Jones: Tied 2 TD's (Lead NFL)
        James Jones: 10 Catches (3rd NFL)
        Brandon Jackson: 30 At temps (Lead NFL)
        Brandon Jackson: 111 Yards (2nd NFL)
        Aaron Rodgers: 45 At temps (Lead NFL)
        Aaron Rodgers: 270 Yards (3rd NFL)
        Aaron Rodgers: 3 Tds (2nd NFL)
        Cullen Jenkins: 3 Sacks (Lead NFL)
        Jarrett Bush: 2 Interceptions (Lead NFL)
        Green Bay Packers Defense: 140 PassingYards (2nd NFL)
        Green Bay Packers Defense: 12 Sacks (Lead NFL)
        Green Bay Packers Defense: 3 Interceptions (3rd NFL)

        Green Bay Packers Defense: 7 Touchdowns Allowed (32 NFL)
        Note: Thats The Worst In The NFL, We Sure Gotta Fix That

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        • Originally posted by Nitschke-Hawk View Post
          Bubba 4 catches 30 yards. Can't wait to see Bigby's two sacks. And Hawk's. Well...everything
          and that was only like in the 1st qtr

          also titletown by won me over i mean over manuel
          i think he still done a hell of a job better then manuel

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          • Originally posted by The Legend View Post
            Pre-Season Stats - Week 2

            Carlyle Holiday & James Jones: Tied 2 TD's (Lead NFL)
            James Jones: 10 Catches (3rd NFL)
            Brandon Jackson: 30 At temps (Lead NFL)
            Brandon Jackson: 111 Yards (2nd NFL)
            Aaron Rodgers: 45 At temps (Lead NFL)
            Aaron Rodgers: 270 Yards (3rd NFL)
            Aaron Rodgers: 3 Tds (2nd NFL)
            Cullen Jenkins: 3 Sacks (Lead NFL)
            Jarrett Bush: 2 Interceptions (Lead NFL)
            Green Bay Packers Defense: 140 PassingYards (2nd NFL)
            Green Bay Packers Defense: 12 Sacks (Lead NFL)
            Green Bay Packers Defense: 3 Interceptions (3rd NFL)

            Green Bay Packers Defense: 7 Touchdowns Allowed (32 NFL)
            Note: Thats The Worst In The NFL, We Sure Gotta Fix That

            Take team stats with a grain of salt. Its preseason and in my opinion the only stats that matter are individual stats which is a good sighn for you guys.

            If you are to take team stats seriously you can realy only look at the first quater if that.

            Packers got some good players, and i look foward maybe even as soon as next year when it is Vikes and Packs battling for the top spot.
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            • Very nice performance last night but both first units. James Jones and Brandon Jackson played very well for only their 2nd games. Atari Bigby locked up a roster spot for himself, and Jarrett Bush also had a very nice game.


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              • Originally posted by The Legend View Post
                Pre-Season Stats - Week 2

                Carlyle Holiday & James Jones: Tied 2 TD's (Lead NFL)
                James Jones: 10 Catches (3rd NFL)
                Brandon Jackson: 30 At temps (Lead NFL)
                Brandon Jackson: 111 Yards (2nd NFL)
                Aaron Rodgers: 45 At temps (Lead NFL)
                Aaron Rodgers: 270 Yards (3rd NFL)
                Aaron Rodgers: 3 Tds (2nd NFL)
                Cullen Jenkins: 3 Sacks (Lead NFL)
                Jarrett Bush: 2 Interceptions (Lead NFL)
                Green Bay Packers Defense: 140 PassingYards (2nd NFL)
                Green Bay Packers Defense: 12 Sacks (Lead NFL)
                Green Bay Packers Defense: 3 Interceptions (3rd NFL)

                Green Bay Packers Defense: 7 Touchdowns Allowed (32 NFL)
                Note: Thats The Worst In The NFL, We Sure Gotta Fix That
                Umm the defense has given up only two touchdowns. The 2nd one, which was vs. Seattle, only happened because of the botched shotgun snap on offense. That turnover gave Seattle very short distance to the end zone and it was against mostly 2nd string defense.
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                • Originally posted by Nitschke-Hawk View Post
                  Umm the defense has given up only two touchdowns. The 2nd one, which was vs. Seattle, only happened because of the botched shotgun snap on offense. That turnover gave Seattle very short distance to the end zone and it was against mostly 2nd string defense.
                  I noticed that that was typed as well but didn't say anything


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                  • Great game last night. The whole team just looked great. James Jones is looking amazing. Thompson blew his shot at a roster spot.

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                    • Originally posted by TitleTown088 View Post
                      Don't forget the dogshit defense he played in the first. I'll reserve my opinion of him until a couple more games.
                      I'm not saying he's the 2nd coming of Ronnie Lott, but he did lock up a roster spot last night. With more good performances he will be starting. Very few safeties can show the blitzing and athletic ability that he did. He had two sacks where he jumped over the blocker to get to the QB. He had that close call before either one of them, Wallace was rolling out, about 10 to 12 yards behind the line of scrimmage and nearly got sacked by Bigby at the 1 or 2 yard line but was able to get rid of the ball. His athletic ability gives us one of the most athletic combos in the NFL at safety if he starts. That's a good thing with Harris and Woodson, two guys past their prime athletically at cornerback.

                      Last week what he did was miss two tackles, albeit two important ones. But he didn't have any coverage errors like we all thought at first. Reporters were questioning him last Monday non stop, Jarrett Bush, Will Blackmon interrupted and took the blame because of their coverage errors that made Bigby look terrible. Al Harris also stepped in and had his back.

                      Even if Bigby were to make the same exact amount of errors Manuel did last year I still want Bigby in there because of his athletic ability and instincts. He would make more impact plays than Manuel. I want the Flying Jamaican in there.

                      Other things I've noticed:

                      After being at camp earlier this week I can tell you Will Blackmon is one of the best athletes on the team and he can show it in games too. He locked up a roster spot last night.

                      Last night Korey Hall was right by the ball seemingly every time the Packers kicked it off or punted it. What they said about his special teams ability is definitely true.

                      No matter who is out there on the defensive line they are constantly owning the opposing team's offensive line. I'm not ready to say this group is the best I've seen or anything, but what stands out to me is that they get so much push past the line of scrimmage. It looks like they are eating up tons of blocks for the backers and safeties to make the tackle.

                      The switch of Jenkins and KGB has already definitely been a big reason they've had sacks against opposing left tackles. They've seen the power and quickness of Jenkins a lot then KGB comes in and uses speed. I think it will affect even the best Left Tackles. How bout that spin Jenkins has used twice? That thing is pretty.

                      I love these blitzes Bob Sanders has drawn up. It comes from every where. This leads me to my favorite plays which are next and this: I think AJ Hawk could have double digit sacks if they give him the opportunities. His acceleration and explosion is just amazing. Combine that with his relentlessness on any play and you have one of the best pass rushing 4-3 linebackers out there. Something I noticed while watching the defensive walk throughs at camp is Hawk blitzing, a lot. I hope this trend keeps up. Not only can he beat the backs easily. He can beat tackles too, for a 6'1" 240 pound linebacker that's very impressive these days. I remember that at least 2 of his 3.5 sacks last year were against a Left Tackle or Right Tackle.

                      My 3 favorite plays:

                      1. AJ Hawk looking like a 3-4 rush linebacker off the edge. Times the snap perfectly. Gets in front of the full back and if you watch closely, the full back has the slightest lean to the right in his blocking stance and Hawk seems to notice it milliseconds after it happens, I mean you barely notice it at all even if I pointed it out. Throws him completely out of the way to his left and sticks Wallace in the dirt.

                      2. Atari Bigby's first sack. Blitzes off the strong side, jumps over the blocking back and flies into Wallace like a damn Jamaican Barracuda. Knocks the ball loose and I think it was Barnett taking it for the TD.

                      3. Atari Bigby's second sack. Comes from the weak side jumps over the blocker again and sacks the QB. This guy is just fun to watch.

                      Looking at the playcalling of 38 pass attempts and 27 runs it seems that McCarthy knows his top 3 will be Jackson, Herron and Morency so he's been giving Jackson and Herron just enough touches to get some solid game action, and taking time to develop the passing game with guys like Rodgers and Jones cause he needs to see what works. The running game is more simple than the passing. I think the playcalling will be more balanced once the season starts.
                      Last edited by Nitschke-Hawk; 08-19-2007, 11:37 AM.
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                      • I know it's preseason, and we still scored a shot load of points but I thought it was a bit dissapointing not to get over 50. It seemed like everytime we got in the redzone we turned it over, but hey that's what happens with 4th stringers.

                        Anyway now to what actually matters.

                        EDIT: God Damn it. I just spent like 15 minutes typing and then I got logged out somehow and I lost it all.

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                        • Originally posted by The Legend View Post
                          Pre-Season Stats - Week 2

                          Carlyle Holiday & James Jones: Tied 2 TD's (Lead NFL)
                          James Jones: 10 Catches (3rd NFL)
                          Brandon Jackson: 30 At temps (Lead NFL)
                          Brandon Jackson: 111 Yards (2nd NFL)
                          Aaron Rodgers: 45 At temps (Lead NFL)
                          Aaron Rodgers: 270 Yards (3rd NFL)
                          Aaron Rodgers: 3 Tds (2nd NFL)
                          Cullen Jenkins: 3 Sacks (Lead NFL)
                          Jarrett Bush: 2 Interceptions (Lead NFL)
                          Green Bay Packers Defense: 140 PassingYards (2nd NFL)
                          Green Bay Packers Defense: 12 Sacks (Lead NFL)
                          Green Bay Packers Defense: 3 Interceptions (3rd NFL)

                          Green Bay Packers Defense: 7 Touchdowns Allowed (32 NFL)
                          Note: Thats The Worst In The NFL, We Sure Gotta Fix That
                          We've allowed only two touchdowns....?

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                          • James Jones looks like he's gonna be very good, but as we all know the pre-season means nothing, although it was nice to see Brett get back on track.
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                            • JJ getting buck on the job.

                              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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                              • Originally posted by TitleTown088 View Post

                                JJ getting buck on the job.
                                LOL.

                                I didn't notice that when I watched the highlights.

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