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  • #16
    That drop by Quarless really hurt. Jennings had Revis beat on the slant as well, but that play is one Finley would have made in his sleep.

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    • #17
      I feel good about hyping up Tramon this week. Forced fumble on LT earlier in the drive, possibly a pick right now. That interception/forced fumble was really impressive that it was 3rd and 11 and Tramon took the ball away on a 4 yard slant. Most CBs wouldn't have the confidence to do that - they would let the completion happen and make the tackle short of the sticks. Tramon possibly took a field goal off the board and gave us field position.

      Thanks to BK for the sig

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      • #18
        Run the ******* ball a little McCarthy. Rodgers is 7 of 20 and just took 2 sacks in the last 2 drives. Mix it up already...


        Hmm and there goes Jackson for 27 yards. The guy isn't an inept runner.

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        • #19
          when's the last time the Packers have been in a 3-0 game at half time?

          Thanks to BK for the sig

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          • #20
            Biggest shocker: 0 turnovers, 0 penalties, 3 take aways, 3 points

            Thanks to BK for the sig

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            • #21
              since when did they make it OK to tackle a receiver 20 yards down field so long as the QB is outside the pocket?

              Thanks to BK for the sig

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              • #22
                GREAT STOP D!!!! Hope Rodgers' injury isn't serious. The Defense so far has looked like the 2009 2nd ranked unit. Trammon needs to get locked up now!! Des Bishop has been everywhere, and we've somehow been able to turn the 'mighty' Jets running game into a complete non factor. Great job by Raji, Jenkins, and the new addition Green up front.

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                • #23
                  Clay baby!!

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                  • #24
                    Game ball goes to Dom Capers


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                    • #25
                      player of the game:






                      huh?

                      If Capers wasn't a coach I would have said him...

                      Thanks to BK for the sig

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                      • #26
                        3rd string defense shutout.

                        Sick Sig By BoneKrusher

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                        • #27
                          Wow. did not see that coming. great win! well...ugly win..but, i had this penciled in as a loss when we were still healthy.

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                          • #28
                            Props to you guys, absolutely outplayed us and the energy level that the Packers had was absolutely awesome. Your defense was incredible too. The defensive front really brought it today, shut down the run game which absolutely killed the Jets' offense and I don't think a lot of people saw coming. Your defensive backs have some really nice ball skills too, went after the ball better than the Jets' wideouts did. I knew about Woodson, but Williams had a hell of a game as well. For the Packers to come out with all of those injuries and do a lot better than it seemed like Packers fans on this board thought would've been really cool to watch if I wasn't a Jets fan and I think showed how resilient and mentally tough your team is. Good game, and good luck the rest of the year!

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                            • #29
                              This was an old Steelers or Ravens kind of ugly win.
                              Defense keeps rescuing the ****** offense, over and over and over.

                              No huge special teams gafs, and we only committed (or were called for) 3 penalties for 15 yards.

                              An ugly win. But ugly wins sure taste better than pretty losses don't they?

                              The last time the Packers won without scoring a touchdown was Dec. 21, 2006, a 9-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings at Lambeau Field.
                              Last edited by J-Mike88; 10-31-2010, 05:19 PM.

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                              • #30
                                Notes and Quotes from today's win:

                                "It feels really good to win on the road against one of the better teams in the AFC and NFL on their turf. The defense really held us up, (we) came through with some clutch drives and we got the field goals. It feels real good."
                                — Packers receiver Greg Jennings

                                "It's a big one, but that's just the way this season has gone. We've had some close games that have come down to the final plays, gone into overtime and we've come out on the wrong end of them. Today, (it was) a tough defensive battle and ours came up big and came up with a big win."
                                — Packers cornerback Charles Woodson

                                "We know the type of players we have on this team. We know the type of team that we have. It doesn't matter what everyone else says or thinks."
                                — Packers safety Charlie Peprah

                                "I think our defense did a really good job today. It was a great effort. They held them to nine points, and we need to help them out on offense. That starts with the quarterback. I can't give them picks like that. I was happy with the decisions, but the throws have to be better. It was a poor performance by myself, and it's tough to get an offense going when your quarterback isn't playing well."
                                — Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez

                                "I think some passes just got away from me. The thing was that I was making the right decisions witht he ball, I just wasn't putting it in the right spot, and I have to help the receivers out. When I'm not playing well, it's really hard for (offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer) to make the right calls. It's hard to get the running game going when we're not getting completions, and we left a lot of completions out there today. It's just a poor job on my part."
                                — Sanchez

                                "I thought our defense was outstanding. We held them to 14 percent on third-down conversions. We didn't it done as a team. We had a coulpe of costly interceptions, and that's all I'll say about it. I thought Mark (Sanchez) wasn't throwing the ball very effectively in the first half, I thought he threw it much better in the second half, but we just couldn't catch it. That's uncharacteristic of this football team to drop some balls. It's just frustrating. (Kicker) Nick (Folk) missed a field goal that he's been making in his sleep. We just weren't good enough today."
                                — Jets coach Rex Ryan

                                "This was something that (punter) Steve (Weatherford) did on his own. I don't think he realized we'd just been sacked. We told him before that it needed to be a manageable situation, not fourth-and-20 or whatever it was. As he was running, I was trying to make sure he knew where the first down marker was. I don't think he was clear on that."
                                — Ryan on the Jets' failed fake punt.

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