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Old 07-23-2009, 05:57 PM    (permalink
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Default Packers over/under for 2009 season

1) Aaron Rodgers: 4000 passing yard yards

2) Ryan Grant: 8 TDs

3) Nick Barnett: 100 tackles

4) Aaron Kampman: 7 sacks

5) Aaron Rodgers: 25 TDs

6) Justin Harrell: 8 games played

7) Will Blackmon: 2 kick/punt return TDs

8) Charles Woodson: 6 INTs

9) Greg Jennings: 1200 receiving yards

10) Clay Matthews: 8 starts

11) Nick Collins: 3 INTs

12) Jeremy Thompson: 8 starts

13) Donald Driver: 1000 receiving yards

14) Aaron Rodgers: 12 starts

15) Mason Crosby: 80% season FG percentage

16) James Jones: 650 receiving yards

17) Donald Lee: 8 starts

18) Tramon Williams: 3 INTs

19) Jordy Nelson: 350 receiving yards

20) Jermichael Finley: 400 receiving yards

21) Brandon Jackson: 350 total yards

22) Clay Matthews: 7 sacks

23) Al Harris: 2 INTs

24) Jeremy Kapinos: 12 games played

25: Green Bay Packers: 8 wins


Feel free to add your own.

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1) Aaron Rodgers: 4000 passing yard yards
over
2) Ryan Grant: 8 TDs
over
3) Nick Barnett: 100 tackles
under
4) Aaron Kampman: 7 sacks
over
5) Aaron Rodgers: 25 TDs
over
6) Justin Harrell: 8 games played
Hopefully over, probably under
7) Will Blackmon: 2 kick/punt return TDs
under
8) Charles Woodson: 6 INTs
over
9) Greg Jennings: 1200 receiving yards
under
10) Clay Matthews: 8 starts
hard one, under.
11) Nick Collins: 3 INTs
Over, by a good margin
12) Jeremy Thompson: 8 starts
Over
13) Donald Driver: 1000 receiving yards
under
14) Aaron Rodgers: 12 starts
Over
15) Mason Crosby: 80% season FG percentage
over
16) James Jones: 650 receiving yards
over
17) Donald Lee: 8 starts
under
18) Tramon Williams: 3 INTs
over
19) Jordy Nelson: 350 receiving yards
over
20) Jermichael Finley: 400 receiving yards
over
21) Brandon Jackson: 350 total yards
Total? Way over
22) Clay Matthews: 7 sacks
under
23) Al Harris: 2 INTs
push
24) Derrick Frost: 12 games played
He dosen' play for the packers?
25: Green Bay Packers: 8 wins
over. 10-6.







I said this one and no one answered me. Should Favre return : Over/under 2 Woodson picks from Favre.
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Old 07-23-2009, 06:24 PM    (permalink
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1) Aaron Rodgers: 4000 passing yard yards

24) Derrick Frost: 12 games played
He dosen' play for the packers?

I said this one and no one answered me. Should Favre return : Over/under 2 Woodson picks from Favre.
Ahhh my bad. I was thinking of Jeremy Kapinos.

Under for Woodson.
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1) Aaron Rodgers: 4000 passing yard yards
Under
2) Ryan Grant: 8 TDs
Over
3) Nick Barnett: 100 tackles
Under
4) Aaron Kampman: 7 sacks
Over
5) Aaron Rodgers: 25 TDs
Over
6) Justin Harrell: 8 games played
Over
7) Will Blackmon: 2 kick/punt return TDs
Under
8) Charles Woodson: 6 INTs
Under
9) Greg Jennings: 1200 receiving yards
Over
10) Clay Matthews: 8 starts
Under
11) Nick Collins: 3 INTs
Over(lean towards push)
12) Jeremy Thompson: 8 starts
Over
13) Donald Driver: 1000 receiving yards
Under
14) Aaron Rodgers: 12 starts
Over
15) Mason Crosby: 80% season FG percentage
Over
16) James Jones: 650 receiving yards
Under
17) Donald Lee: 8 starts
Over
18) Tramon Williams: 3 INTs
Under
19) Jordy Nelson: 350 receiving yards
Over
20) Jermichael Finley: 400 receiving yards
Over
21) Brandon Jackson: 350 total yards
Over
22) Clay Matthews: 7 sacks
Under
23) Al Harris: 2 INTs
Over
24) Jeremy Kapinos: 12 games played
Under
25: Green Bay Packers: 8 wins
Under
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1) Aaron Rodgers: 4000 passing yard yards
Under
2) Ryan Grant: 8 TDs
Over
3) Nick Barnett: 100 tackles
Under
4) Aaron Kampman: 7 sacks
Over
5) Aaron Rodgers: 25 TDs
Over
6) Justin Harrell: 8 games played
Over
7) Will Blackmon: 2 kick/punt return TDs
Under
8) Charles Woodson: 6 INTs
Over
9) Greg Jennings: 1200 receiving yards
Over
10) Clay Matthews: 8 starts
Under
11) Nick Collins: 3 INTs
Over
12) Jeremy Thompson: 8 starts
Over
13) Donald Driver: 1000 receiving yards
Under
14) Aaron Rodgers: 12 starts
Over
15) Mason Crosby: 80% season FG percentage
Over
16) James Jones: 650 receiving yards
Under
17) Donald Lee: 8 starts
Over
18) Tramon Williams: 3 INTs
Under
19) Jordy Nelson: 350 receiving yards
Over
20) Jermichael Finley: 400 receiving yards
Under
21) Brandon Jackson: 350 total yards
Over
22) Clay Matthews: 7 sacks
Under
23) Al Harris: 2 INTs
Over
24) Jeremy Kapinos: 12 games played
Under
25: Green Bay Packers: 8 wins
Over, I'm going with 9-7

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1) Aaron Rodgers: 4000 passing yard yards
Over
2) Ryan Grant: 8 TDs
Over
3) Nick Barnett: 100 tackles
Over
4) Aaron Kampman: 7 sacks
Over
5) Aaron Rodgers: 25 TDs
Over
6) Justin Harrell: 8 games played
over
7) Will Blackmon: 2 kick/punt return TDs
over
8) Charles Woodson: 6 INTs
push
9) Greg Jennings: 1200 receiving yards
under
10) Clay Matthews: 8 starts
push
11) Nick Collins: 3 INTs
over
12) Jeremy Thompson: 8 starts
over
13) Donald Driver: 1000 receiving yards
over
14) Aaron Rodgers: 12 starts
over
15) Mason Crosby: 80% season FG percentage
over
16) James Jones: 650 receiving yards
under
17) Donald Lee: 8 starts
under
18) Tramon Williams: 3 INTs
push
19) Jordy Nelson: 350 receiving yards
over
20) Jermichael Finley: 400 receiving yards
over
21) Brandon Jackson: 350 total yards
over
22) Clay Matthews: 7 sacks
under
23) Al Harris: 2 INTs
over
24) Jeremy Kapinos: 12 games played
over
25: Green Bay Packers: 8 wins
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1) Aaron Rodgers: 4000 passing yard yards
Under
2) Ryan Grant: 8 TDs
Over
3) Nick Barnett: 100 tackles
Under
4) Aaron Kampman: 7 sacks
Over
5) Aaron Rodgers: 25 TDs
Over
6) Justin Harrell: 8 games played
Over
7) Will Blackmon: 2 kick/punt return TDs
Under
8) Charles Woodson: 6 INTs
Over
9) Greg Jennings: 1200 receiving yards
Over
10) Clay Matthews: 8 starts
Over
11) Nick Collins: 3 INTs
Over
12) Jeremy Thompson: 8 starts
Under
13) Donald Driver: 1000 receiving yards
Over
14) Aaron Rodgers: 12 starts
Over
15) Mason Crosby: 80% season FG percentage
Over
16) James Jones: 650 receiving yards
Under
17) Donald Lee: 8 starts
Under
18) Tramon Williams: 3 INTs
Under
19) Jordy Nelson: 350 receiving yards
Over
20) Jermichael Finley: 400 receiving yards
Over
21) Brandon Jackson: 350 total yards
Over
22) Clay Matthews: 7 sacks
Even
23) Al Harris: 2 INTs
Over
24) Jeremy Kapinos: 12 games played
Under
25: Green Bay Packers: 8 wins
Over
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1) Aaron Rodgers: 4000 passing yard yards
Under. I think our offense will be more balanced this year with a healthy Ryan Grant being more effective and gaining more yardage.

2) Ryan Grant: 8 TDs
Over. With a power FB in Quinn Johnson I expect our short yardage and goal line offense to be much improved over last season.

3) Nick Barnett: 100 tackles
Under. This is a tough one because I think Barnett is on a mission after a dismal last year but tackles are going to be hard to come by with another LB in the front 7.

4) Aaron Kampman: 7 sacks
Push. I think he's going to have some struggles simply because teams know he's not going to play much coverage.

5) Aaron Rodgers: 25 TDs
Push. Again I think our rushing offense will help balance things out. Teams will be looking more for our high powered passing attack this year.

6) Justin Harrell: 8 games played
Over. Lets hope! He'll be in the rotation and its a make or break season for him.

7) Will Blackmon: 2 kick/punt return TDs
Push. Blackmon has gotten better and better every year returning punts. I think our special teams will be improved this year and help him out more.

8) Charles Woodson: 6 INTs
Under. 6 INTs is his season average over his 3 years as a Packer. Playing zone coverage will limit his opportunites in my opinion.

9) Greg Jennings: 1200 receiving yards
Over. Jennings got paid now he should be out to show that he's one of the best WRs in the NFL.

10) Clay Matthews: 8 starts
Over. Tough call at this point because of his hamstring injury but we drafted him for a reason. I think this job will come down to the preaseason play.

11) Nick Collins: 3 INTs
Push. He's just been too inconsistant throughout his career so far. I know he'll be gunning for the big plays though so he can get his payday.

12) Jeremy Thompson: 8 starts
Under. I think he might start the season but I think he'd be better as a situational player and developed as a potential starter next season when/if Kampman leaves in free agency.

13) Donald Driver: 1000 receiving yards
Under. He's 34 and barely reached the mark last season. James Jones is healthy so he and Jordy Nelson will take away some catches from him.

14) Aaron Rodgers: 12 starts
Over. He played through injury last year but our young offensive line is a little worrysome. Spitz is playing center, Sitton is at RG, and Barbre looks to be the RT. How will the right side fare?

15) Mason Crosby: 80% season FG percentage
Over. It think its a pressing year for Crosby. He needs to improve his accuracy and return to his high scoring rookie form.

16) James Jones: 650 receiving yards
Under. I like him alot but the addition of Jordy Nelson is going to hurt his stats.

17) Donald Lee: 8 starts
Push. Lee is a very solid player but Finley looks much improved and ready for a bigger role this season. If he can block descently then Finley might take the job from the start.

18) Tramon Williams: 3 INTs
Push. The zone coverage should help Williams but reports are that Pat Lee has looked good so there just isn't enough INTs to go around.

19) Jordy Nelson: 350 receiving yards
Over. He could be our slot WR from the start but even with a healthy Jones I think Nelson will get more targets this year.

20) Jermichael Finley: 400 receiving yards
Push. He's improved but we rarely threw to the TEs last year. There isn't enough balls to go around.

21) Brandon Jackson: 350 total yards
Over. Wynn and Lumpkin will push for playing time but Jackson is more talented and should be more involved.

22) Clay Matthews: 7 sacks
Under. I like his motor but how he fits in the 3-4 as a pass rusher remains to be seen.

23) Al Harris: 2 INTs
Under. Again playing more zone coverage should help the aging Harris but over the past 2 seasons Harris has averaged 1 INT and 9 passes defensed.

24) Jeremy Kapinos: 12 games played
Under. Brooks looks like our punter today. Maybe not tomorrow though.

25: Green Bay Packers: 8 wins
Push. Great offense, new defense, improved division... 8 seems reasonable.
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8) Charles Woodson: 6 INTs
over
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Should Favre return : Over/under 2 Woodson picks from Favre.
Over. Always go over when it comes to INTs with Charles Woodson (Praised Be His Name). O/U 87? Over.
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8) Charles Woodson: 6 INTs
Under. 6 INTs is his season average over his 3 years as a Packer. Playing zone coverage will limit his opportunites in my opinion.
Erroneous! Erroneous on both counts! Charles Woodson (Praised Be His Name( will get more picks playing zone since teams might even look in his direction now. I don't know why you'd have CW2 (PBHN) playing zone, but whatever.
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1) Aaron Rodgers: 4000 passing yard yards
Over
2) Ryan Grant: 8 TDs
Under
3) Nick Barnett: 100 tackles
Over
4) Aaron Kampman: 7 sacks
Under
5) Aaron Rodgers: 25 TDs
Under
6) Justin Harrell: 8 games played
Over
7) Will Blackmon: 2 kick/punt return TDs
Push
8) Charles Woodson: 6 INTs
Under
9) Greg Jennings: 1200 receiving yards
Over
10) Clay Matthews: 8 starts
Over
11) Nick Collins: 3 INTs
Over
12) Jeremy Thompson: 8 starts
Under
13) Donald Driver: 1000 receiving yards
Under
14) Aaron Rodgers: 12 starts
Over
15) Mason Crosby: 80% season FG percentage
Over
16) James Jones: 650 receiving yards
Under
17) Donald Lee: 8 starts
Over
18) Tramon Williams: 3 INTs
Under
19) Jordy Nelson: 350 receiving yards
Over
20) Jermichael Finley: 400 receiving yards
Under
21) Brandon Jackson: 350 total yards
Over
22) Clay Matthews: 7 sacks
Under
23) Al Harris: 2 INTs
Push
24) Jeremy Kapinos: 12 games played
Under
25: Green Bay Packers: 8 wins
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1) Aaron Rodgers: 4000 passing yard yards
-under. not because i think he'll regress. just because i think 4000 is a lot to ask for...and we're not gonna pass as much. but, it'll be close.

2) Ryan Grant: 8 TDs
-under. he'll have more than last year, but i could see Wynn cutting into his carries..especially by the goal line.

3) Nick Barnett: 100 tackles
-under. hard to imagine him not at least missing a game. also, seems like there could be some kind of rotation at ILB to get Bishop some playing time.

4) Aaron Kampman: 7 sacks
-over.

5) Aaron Rodgers: 25 TDs
-over.

6) Justin Harrell: 8 games played
-over. i'm a believer.

7) Will Blackmon: 2 kick/punt return TDs
-under. he did it last year. returners have a max of 2 years in the spotlight.

8) Charles Woodson: 6 INTs
-under.

9) Greg Jennings: 1200 receiving yards
-under. no knock on jennings. but i think we're legitimatly 4 deep at WR. i don't think anybody will have a statistically monsterous year....except MAYBE Aaron.

10) Clay Matthews: 8 starts
-over. i sure as hell hope so. i would really have a hard time getting excited for jeremy thompson at OLB.

11) Nick Collins: 3 INTs
-over. 3 is just not a lot.

12) Jeremy Thompson: 8 starts
-under. see #10

13) Donald Driver: 1000 receiving yards
-under. same as Jennings. too many recievers to have career numbers.

14) Aaron Rodgers: 12 starts
-over. can't say under here. that would screw up the whole season.

15) Mason Crosby: 80% season FG percentage
-over.

16) James Jones: 650 receiving yards
-toughest one yet. i'll say under. he's underachieved his whole career. i think jordy will outperform him in 09.

17) Donald Lee: 8 starts
-over. but, i hope i'm wrong.

18) Tramon Williams: 3 INTs
-under-i have a bad feeling about him this year.

19) Jordy Nelson: 350 receiving yards
-over. like i said before, i think he cements himself as the #3 WR.

20) Jermichael Finley: 400 receiving yards
--under. i really hope i'm wrong, but it just seems like he's a year away.

21) Brandon Jackson: 350 total yards
-under. i see Wynn getting most of the non-Grant carries.

22) Clay Matthews: 7 sacks
-under. that'd be a huge rookie year.

23) Al Harris: 2 INTs
-over. that'd be a really bad year for him.

24) Jeremy Kapinos: 12 games played
-under. i don't think the packer's punter is on the current roster.

25: Green Bay Packers: 8 wins
-over. i'm a believer.
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1) Aaron Rodgers: 4000 passing yard yards : OVER

2) Ryan Grant: 8 TDs : Push

3) Nick Barnett: 100 tackles : Over

4) Aaron Kampman: 7 sacks : Under

5) Aaron Rodgers: 25 TDs : Over

6) Justin Harrell: 8 games played : Push

7) Will Blackmon: 2 kick/punt return TDs : Under

8) Charles Woodson: 6 INTs : Push

9) Greg Jennings: 1200 receiving yards : Over

10) Clay Matthews: 8 starts : Over

11) Nick Collins: 3 INTs : Under

12) Jeremy Thompson: 8 starts : Under

13) Donald Driver: 1000 receiving yards : Under

14) Aaron Rodgers: 12 starts : Over

15) Mason Crosby: 80% season FG percentage : Over

16) James Jones: 650 receiving yards : Over

17) Donald Lee: 8 starts : Push

18) Tramon Williams: 3 INTs : Under

19) Jordy Nelson: 350 receiving yards : Over

20) Jermichael Finley: 400 receiving yards : Under

21) Brandon Jackson: 350 total yards : Over

22) Clay Matthews: 7 sacks : Under

23) Al Harris: 2 INTs : Push

24) Jeremy Kapinos: 12 games played : Push

25: Green Bay Packers: 8 wins : Over


I think the packers go 10-6 and Aaron Rodgers makes a push for the league OPOY. James Jones will have about 800 yards receiving, Jordy Nelson will have about 500, Rodgers will finish with 4200 yards, 28 TDS.
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Here is the final result in the Packers over/under for the 2009 season.

GREEN = over
RED = under
BLUE = push


1) Aaron Rodgers: 4000 passing yard yards

2) Ryan Grant: 8 TDs

3) Nick Barnett: 100 tackles

4) Aaron Kampman: 7 sacks

5) Aaron Rodgers: 25 TDs

6) Justin Harrell: 8 games played

7) Will Blackmon: 2 kick/punt return TDs

8) Charles Woodson: 6 INTs

9) Greg Jennings: 1200 receiving yards

10) Clay Matthews: 8 starts

11) Nick Collins: 3 INTs

12) Jeremy Thompson: 8 starts

13) Donald Driver: 1000 receiving yards

14) Aaron Rodgers: 12 starts

15) Mason Crosby: 80% season FG percentage

16) James Jones: 650 receiving yards

17) Donald Lee: 8 starts

18) Tramon Williams: 3 INTs

19) Jordy Nelson: 350 receiving yards

20) Jermichael Finley: 400 receiving yards

21) Brandon Jackson: 350 total yards

22) Clay Matthews: 7 sacks

23) Al Harris: 2 INTs

24) Jeremy Kapinos: 12 games played

25: Green Bay Packers: 8 wins
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Erroneous! Erroneous on both counts! Charles Woodson (Praised Be His Name( will get more picks playing zone since teams might even look in his direction now. I don't know why you'd have CW2 (PBHN) playing zone, but whatever.
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I did horrible. I got 9 of 25 right. Though I was trying to be conservitive and figured that Rodgers would have a little sophomore slump.


Anyways, I was thinking of doing 50 questions next year and maybe we could each throw $5 into a PayPal account or something and the winner can get a hat/jersey from NFLshop.com. Really depends on the participation I guess. 9 people this year at $5 would be $45 towards something...
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I did horrible. I got 9 of 25 right. Though I was trying to be conservitive and figured that Rodgers would have a little sophomore slump.


Anyways, I was thinking of doing 50 questions next year and maybe we could each throw $5 into a PayPal account or something and the winner can get a hat/jersey from NFLshop.com. Really depends on the participation I guess. 9 people this year at $5 would be $45 towards something...
I support this idea.
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