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Old 09-26-2007, 08:58 PM    (permalink
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I would say that Favre is actually performing better himself too though. While the talent around him was not at its best the past few years, there were many times when I thought that he was not playing that well either no matter how much talent we had around him. It just happens that now our talent is better, our decisions are better, his decisions are better and it seems like he is even putting more into this season than in the past. Essentially, Favre is back in his groove, both in a football sense and motivation sense.
Could that have something to do with not having anything tragic happen in his life this past offseason. It seemed like anytime something could go wrong for the Favre family, it did go wrong. That had to really wear him down.
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Could that have something to do with not having anything tragic happen in his life this past offseason. It seemed like anytime something could go wrong for the Favre family, it did go wrong. That had to really wear him down.
Actually his father in law died a few months ago, he was very close to him from what I heard not to mention the impact of this on his wife and kids. Its unfortunate, but Favre is probably almost getting used to it, sad for him.
Your right he went through a lot of major **** with his family tragedies over the last few years and the drop off in talent during the aparently short rebuilding period certainly effected his play. Still I think twiddler is somewhat right about Favres play this year. His passes seem more acurate and safe. A lot of things are playing into that though such as the things mentioned above plus the things favre himself has said like the fact that the packers have not played from behind by more than 1 score all year(maybe once by 10 points but im not sure). Thanks to the improved defense.

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Actually his father in law died a few months ago, he was very close to him from what I heard not to mention the impact of this on his wife and kids. Its unfortunate, but Favre is probably almost getting used to it, sad for him.
Your right he went through a lot of major **** with his family tragedies over the last few years and the drop off in talent during the aparently short rebuilding period certainly effected his play. Still I think twiddler is somewhat right about Favres play this year. His passes seem more acurate and safe. A lot of things are playing into that though such as the things mentioned above plus the things favre himself has said like the fact that the packers have not played from behind by more than 1 score all year(maybe once by 10 points but im not sure). Thanks to the improved defense.
We've only been down by a touchdown at the beginning of the Charger's game.. then only down by less than that a couple times, if I remember correctly.
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Actually his father in law died a few months ago, he was very close to him from what I heard not to mention the impact of this on his wife and kids. Its unfortunate, but Favre is probably almost getting used to it, sad for him.
Your right he went through a lot of major **** with his family tragedies over the last few years and the drop off in talent during the aparently short rebuilding period certainly effected his play. Still I think twiddler is somewhat right about Favres play this year. His passes seem more acurate and safe. A lot of things are playing into that though such as the things mentioned above plus the things favre himself has said like the fact that the packers have not played from behind by more than 1 score all year(maybe once by 10 points but im not sure). Thanks to the improved defense.
Yeah, he did have the death of his father in law, so I don't think that is the reason for the improved play. One person who deserves credit has to be Mike McCarthy. Think about it, compared to his years under Mike Sherman, McCarthy appears to have much more control over Favre considering he has him playing in such a conservative manner and not throwing the ball all over the place in stupid pass attempts, one thing that Favre can be known for at times. Even Favre said it himself earlier on in the year on how he didn't enjoy having to play like this but he is doing it and I think he is coming around to it considering our record. Then again, just looking at some of the tight throws that Favre has made in the past games is showing that he can make the tough throws but until we can actually establish this thing called a running game we won't be taking too many shots downfield. Hopefully that happens soon though, because I don't know how long we can keep this up and be successful.
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Actually I dont mean to imply twiddler was wrong at all, it is certainly correct that favre is playing better theres no doubt about it. He is playing great, his dumb throws have been minimal. I just think way to many people have dismissed the unfavorable circumstances the team and favre were playing under the last couple years(some people simply because they dont like the team or favre). There should be no doubt that having high expectations for favre or the team during that time werent realistic. Still even when favres surrounding talent level was pretty good around 2000-2004, he was not playing as well and controlled as he is now(pretty damn good though). I also doubt Elway could play as well as favre is now with the non-existant running game instead of having the luxury of terrel davis rushing for 2000 yards and opening up the passing game taking the preasure off etc.. Not that I doubt how good elway was(I enjoyed watching horseface play for many years), but those last 2 years he played with davis running the ball seriously contributed to elways legacy. I do think however, that when the pack does fall behind by a couple scores we will see the questionable, if not plain stupid throws again.
Yep, McCarthy deserves plenty of credit for how well the team and favre are playing right now especially without a running game. Sherman looks worse with each game that is played. I think McCarthy has a much better offensive mind and seems to be an overall better coach. Sherman kept his buddy Rosely around way to long, I thought he was a terrible offensive coordinator. McCarthy has the confidence of the team and fans now. I dont think sherman ever really had that. It also helps that McCarthy was favres qb coach. I think those 2 communicate well and believe in each others abilities and knowledge of the game. Thompson also deserves a lot of credit for choosing McCarthy over the 6 or 7 others he interviewed. A lot of people were skeptical including myself.

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What was the date on this? September 9th?
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What's that? All I am seeing right now is 27-20 Bears :)
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What's that? Two games down five games in?
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What's that? Two games down five games in?
Me smells bitterness after a loss.
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Me smells bitterness after a loss.
Funny, I remember you blaming the refs after your loss...in which we pretty much played the same way as tonight.
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What's that? Two games down five games in?
Hey man... we lost to the LIONS! but we beat the Packers! What does that say? :D
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The only thing I can conclude after last nights game is that the Packers will not go 16-0. Both teams played about equally.
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Lol, and your point would be? Atleast I admit my bitterness. lol
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Chicago didnt do anything, the Packers handed them that game and still almost won after giving up 4 turnovers. The picture should be the Lions and the Redskins because the Lions are who got OWNED.
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Chicago didnt do anything, the Packers handed them that game and still almost won after giving up 4 turnovers. The picture should be the Lions and the Redskins because the Lions are who got OWNED.

Dude, the Packers played awful football. Bad penalties+5 TO's does not equal a "handling" to me.
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Dude, the Packers played awful football. Bad penalties+5 TO's does not equal a "handling" to me.
He said the Packers "handed" them the game. He is saying they played awful.
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He said the Packers "handed" them the game. He is saying they played awful.


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Chicago didnt do anything, the Packers handed them that game and still almost won after giving up 4 turnovers. The picture should be the Lions and the Redskins because the Lions are who got OWNED.
Three of those turnovers didn't result in points. Obviously turnovers played a big part, but we had 17 points from purely offensive drives (for the record the Packers had the same).

We had two touchdowns drives of 80+ yards. We also absolutely shut down your offense in the second half

5 plays-14 yards
3 plays-5 yards
3 plays- 8 yards
3 plays-5 yards
3 plays- -7 yards
3 plays- -7 yards

Then finally an 8 play 41 yard drive against our prevent defense.

You can chalk it up anyway you want, but in the second half we kicked your ass, and that was enough to win.
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Three of those turnovers didn't result in points. Obviously turnovers played a big part, but we had 17 points from purely offensive drives (for the record the Packers had the same).

We had two touchdowns drives of 80+ yards. We also absolutely shut down your offense in the second half

5 plays-14 yards
3 plays-5 yards
3 plays- 8 yards
3 plays-5 yards
3 plays- -7 yards
3 plays- -7 yards

Then finally an 8 play 41 yard drive against our prevent defense.

You can chalk it up anyway you want, but in the second half we kicked your ass, and that was enough to win.
Packers put up 300+ yards of offence in the first half. That is the best the Packers have played all season on both sides of the ball yet they were only up 10 points because of a few miscues and blown calls. Anyway, this argument is getting repetetive and pointless. Bears won, and are only 2 back of the Packers now.
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Lol, and your point would be? Atleast I admit my bitterness. lol
But, I can't imagine why I'd be bitter. Serving the game up on a silver platter to the division rival pretty much goes past bitterness.
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