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Old 01-01-2007, 07:15 PM    (permalink
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I'll make a side wager with you on Sidney Rice going back to school to get his degree. He can get that after his NFL career. Why wait to get paid?

You're probably right on Samuel. We have the best 1-2 combo at CB already although they both are 30-somethings.

Meriweather not a "Packer person"? That's romantic and all, but hogwash.

He'd look great in Green & Gold. I know Marvin Lewis wants him in Cinci but he's too good to go there.
I don't know too much about Rice except that he said he was going back to school so I'll listen to him.

Merriweather not being a Packer person is a fact. TT instilled the idea of a Packer person when he came to Green Bay. It just is not going to happen so get the idea out of your mind. There's a reason the Bengals are in the state they are and TT does not want that in Green Bay. Sorry
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Grossman finished with more interceptions than completions - 3-2, with a fumbled snap dropped in for good measure - and a dozen first-half passing attempts yielded a pitiful 33 yards. Even loyal-to-a-fault coach Lovie Smith had seen enough by then.

"The plan was to play Rex into the third quarter. After you have a game like that," Smith said, "there is no need. I didn't see there was any need in putting him back in after an effort like that."
I love that stat.
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Grossman finished with more interceptions than completions - 3-2, with a fumbled snap dropped in for good measure - and a dozen first-half passing attempts yielded a pitiful 33 yards. Even loyal-to-a-fault coach Lovie Smith had seen enough by then.

"The plan was to play Rex into the third quarter. After you have a game like that," Smith said, "there is no need. I didn't see there was any need in putting him back in after an effort like that."
I love that stat.
I like that this was only the third year that a Bears QB started the whole season.
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theres no chance that TT will ever draft Merriwether, mark my words
Why not? Not tryin to be arrogant just wonderin
He's just not a Thompson guy. He's looking for "packer people" and Merriweather just doesn't fit that bill. Granted, i still wouldn't be surprised if we ended up drafting him.
So is Robinson a packer person? sometimes you need players with an attuide to pump up the team.
no, just look at the patriots, the only ones there that are "thugs" are dillion and Harrison both of which arn't anymore
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Grossman finished with more interceptions than completions - 3-2, with a fumbled snap dropped in for good measure - and a dozen first-half passing attempts yielded a pitiful 33 yards. Even loyal-to-a-fault coach Lovie Smith had seen enough by then.

"The plan was to play Rex into the third quarter. After you have a game like that," Smith said, "there is no need. I didn't see there was any need in putting him back in after an effort like that."
I love that stat.
I like that this was only the third year that a Bears QB started the whole season.
and it's not like he had a strong grip on that either
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any chance a guy like greg olson is avalible in the 2nd
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any chance a guy like greg olson is avalible in the 2nd
Meh. I'd prefer Joe Newton.
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we really put a whomping on the Bears. real impressive game for us. i think after that game the Bears will have a hard time with their 1st playoff game. Rex played terrible and they have no momentum entering the playoffs. we had an alright season and barely missed the playoffs (damn Rams game). with another productive off season i think we'll get in next year. Favre is probably gone but it could still go either way. i would like to hear "With the 15th pick in the draft the Green Bay Packers select Marshawn Lynch...". Gonzalez is a possibility and i wouldn't be opposed to it but i think he'll stick with the Chiefs.
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we really put a whomping on the Bears. real impressive game for us. i think after that game the Bears will have a hard time with their 1st playoff game. Rex played terrible and they have no momentum entering the playoffs. we had an alright season and barely missed the playoffs (damn Rams game). with another productive off season i think we'll get in next year. Favre is probably gone but it could still go either way. i would like to hear "With the 15th pick in the draft the Green Bay Packers select Marshawn Lynch...". Gonzalez is a possibility and i wouldn't be opposed to it but i think he'll stick with the Chiefs.
I like Lynch too but I think Ahman Green is good for another year. That said, I wouldn't pass Lynch up if he is there.
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Thats sick i wish you could have made it bigger like a full screen but its soo sick
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As for TT signing Koren Robinson, you have to remember he was the one who drafted him in Seattle. He also was the one who instrumented the signing of Marquand Manuel in Seattle.

Guys, remember that Ted is quite possibly the best drafter in the NFL:

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The notables from Seattle include: Shaun Alexander, Steve Hutchinson, Marcus Trufant, Josh Brown, Koren Robinson, and of course Ken Hamlin.

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We've already seen how successful his 2006 draft was, and 2005 did land us a future-star in Nick Collins and a possible replacement for Brett.

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morency. hes so hot right now. morency
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I'm seriously pissed off at Cliff Christl.
This guy is an asshole. He has Axes to grind and he doesn't let results, scores, facts, stats get in the way of what he says before hand. He's been a Javon Walker lover for 2 years and said he is irreplacable for us.

Did you guys see his All Pro team?
The reason it ticks me off so much is this bastard SUBMITTED this to the PF Writers of America. I already have talked with one of his co-worker writers who is legit, and found out who Christl's boss is. If you guys are as PO'd as I am that he slighted Driver and Kampman, his name is Mike Davis and HIS email address is: davis@jsonline.com

Here's the link to his team.
http://www.jsonline.com/blog/index.a...h=12&year=2006

Javon Walker had 69 catches (Driver had 90-something). Driver had 200+ more yards. They both had 8 TDs, and Walker led his team to missing the playoffs.
Plus guys like Steve Smith, Marvin Harrison, Terrell Owens, Lee Evans, Torry Holt all had better stats than Walker, and some of them made the playoffs while Walker sits. Oh, Walker dropped a crucial pass yesterday late in the Broncos choke loss to SF.

Kampman had more SOLO TACKLES, more ASSISTS, and 2.5 more sacks than Peppers, yet Christl voted for Peppers. Peppers had a down year for him, AK outperformed him, yet this jackazz snubbed our guy.

Oh, as if that wasn't drunk enough, Christl picked P Manning over Drew Brees at QB, and he voted Manning for his MVP over LaDanian Tomlinson.
This guy is a joke.

I'm emailing Christl's boss.
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man i just realized that Javon was talking mad **** to the packers before the season started saying" we have a chance at winning the superbowl, they have a chance at winning 4 games" **** you javon, you didn't make the playoffs either.
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I just don't bother reading anything he rights anymore -- except for his coverage of offseason practices and such.
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man i just realized that Javon was talking mad *********** to the packers before the season started saying" we have a chance at winning the superbowl, they have a chance at winning 4 games" *********** you javon, you didn't make the playoffs either.
Oh he really showed us, that great team that he went to won one more game...
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what do u guys think?
I think it's awsome, I just alreaady have a really cool backround
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I love following the kissing girls....


Hey, what is the problem, technical, with this Packers thread?
"No topics exist..." ???
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Hey, what is the problem, technical, with this Packers thread?
"No topics exist..." ???
yeah, i guess no one really wants to fix the problem....
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hopefully we wont have to deal with favre retiring this year but.....IF he retires this year and he gets emotional during the press conference, will you get emotional as well? Kinda a dumb question but I'm just curious
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yes, hes a alltime great. and for the record i would also take a bullet for brett too.
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hopefully we wont have to deal with favre retiring this year but.....IF he retires this year and he gets emotional during the press conference, will you get emotional as well? Kinda a dumb question but I'm just curious
yeah, i'm 26 and i seriously grew up with Brett Favre. watching the Packers play without him is gonna be really hard no matter when it happens.
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I would take a bullet for #4 any day of the week too.
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