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Offline nathaniel  
#121 Posted : Tuesday, September 9, 2008 7:22:17 PM(UTC)
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"I thought it was going to be easier playing against Rodgers than Favre," defensive end Jared Allen said. "But it was easier playing Favre (last year) because he was not as mobile. (Rodgers) froze the defensive linemen with the play-action and his movement."


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And yet he beat them twice...handily.

I wouldn't take anything that numbnutz had to say seriously.


Allen was on the Chiefs last year, not the Vikings. And the Chiefs game was close. We won it in the last 3 minutes.
Offline zombieslayer  
#122 Posted : Tuesday, September 9, 2008 7:31:00 PM(UTC)
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Allen was on the Chiefs last year, not the Vikings. And the Chiefs game was close. We won it in the last 3 minutes.


Bah! We were toying with them. I knew we had that game. Wasn't worried one bit.
Offline Greg C.  
#123 Posted : Tuesday, September 9, 2008 7:43:23 PM(UTC)
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I just find it funny that last week you were all ripping the guy because he said he was going to sack A-Rod, and now, when Clifton handled him all night he has to save face by saying Rodgers is better than Favre, and you all agree with him like he's Moses or Jesus or something, giving the Sermon from the Mount.

Funny, that's all.

Another funny thing is that another guy says "It's a team game" when Rodgers is playing, but when Favre was a Packer, the same guy was ripping him unmercifully and blaming him for everything under the sun, including McCarthy's case of the hemmorhoids... :pottytrain2:

Funny, that's all.

Anyway, I must not be too bad. I got 39 applaudsesesssesss...


You are lying. I criticized Favre when he deserved it and praised him when he deserved it. Over the years, he's gotten a lot more praise from me than criticism. I did not rip him unmercifully and blame him for everything under the sun. This is beginning to feel like the old News-Chronicle forum. Instead of enjoying a win and discussing it, we end up arguing with someone who's not even a Packer fan.

As for Jared Allen, nobody is mistaking him for Jesus. The guy who plays for our biggest rival ran his mouth before the game and ended up singing a different tune after it was over. It doesn't get any better than that, and if I have to explain it to you, you're probably never going to get it anyway.
Offline dingus  
#124 Posted : Tuesday, September 9, 2008 8:01:12 PM(UTC)
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He's not going to get it, He's going to cling to every last hope that the pack implodes cuz BF ain't there no more. Very sad, more sad than the whole stinking mess this summer.

Go Pack! 1-0 with a chance to go 2-0 against another division foe.

Anyone ever wish the Lions would pull there shit together and field a team? It would make the NFCN so much more interesting, and we could play a team in the division I don't actually hate!
Offline Cheesey  
#125 Posted : Wednesday, September 10, 2008 12:23:59 AM(UTC)
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Roddy is just trying his best imitation as a "troll". Trying to get people worked up.
I mean, heck........we WON. We KNOW he was hoping for us to lose, so he could say "See? See how bad we are with Rodgers as QB???"
Unfortunatly for him, Rodgers looked great, we got a win. So how can anyone take ANYTHING he says seriously?
I know i don't!
Offline zombieslayer  
#126 Posted : Wednesday, September 10, 2008 1:48:29 PM(UTC)
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Anyone ever wish the Lions would pull there shit together and field a team? It would make the NFCN so much more interesting, and we could play a team in the division I don't actually hate!


I've always had a soft spot for the Lions and the Saints. No matter how bad we were in the past, those two teams always seemed to roll over and play dead for us. Plus, Barry Sanders I've always admired.

I actually root for NFC North teams. I'd like to see the four of us with winning records, and of course with us on top and winning the SB. I'd rather be a King of Beasts than the team who won the division because we were the only ones with a winning record, if you know what I mean.

I think the Cows' division will be the toughest this year. Cows, Giants, and Eagles will all have winning records.
Offline obi1  
#127 Posted : Friday, September 12, 2008 4:41:07 PM(UTC)
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If the Vikings hadn't made one mistake they could've kept driving... and if we hadn't made mistake after mistake we would've had at least 10 more points on the board.

Waaaah Waaaaaaahhhhh Roddy.


All I'm saying is that the game was a lot closer than you think.


I (and my fingernails) fully realize how close it was there at the end, believe me. :lol: I do think that we outplayed them, but also had far more mistakes (i.e. big penalties) than them.
I'm happy that we got out of there with a W against AD and that defense with that many penalties, and I saw plenty of reasons to feel confident about the team as we move forward and clean some stuff up.

I will say this. I don't know if we would've won this game with Favre.


There were some good things about the Packers last night.

And some not so good things.

We would have easily won this game with Favre.


Gee I guess Chase is back at it again!

When will you start pining for the return of Freeman and Schroeder?
Offline bozz_2006  
#128 Posted : Friday, September 12, 2008 4:48:38 PM(UTC)
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If the Vikings hadn't made one mistake they could've kept driving... and if we hadn't made mistake after mistake we would've had at least 10 more points on the board.

Waaaah Waaaaaaahhhhh Roddy.


All I'm saying is that the game was a lot closer than you think.


I (and my fingernails) fully realize how close it was there at the end, believe me. :lol: I do think that we outplayed them, but also had far more mistakes (i.e. big penalties) than them.
I'm happy that we got out of there with a W against AD and that defense with that many penalties, and I saw plenty of reasons to feel confident about the team as we move forward and clean some stuff up.

I will say this. I don't know if we would've won this game with Favre.


There were some good things about the Packers last night.

And some not so good things.

We would have easily won this game with Favre.


Gee I guess Chase is back at it again!

When will you start pining for the return of Freeman and Schroeder?


Favre would've definitely prevented that FG from being blocked and he would've kept Moll from going upfield on a pass play. absolutely.
Offline Cheesey  
#129 Posted : Friday, September 12, 2008 5:20:50 PM(UTC)
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If the Vikings hadn't made one mistake they could've kept driving... and if we hadn't made mistake after mistake we would've had at least 10 more points on the board.

Waaaah Waaaaaaahhhhh Roddy.


All I'm saying is that the game was a lot closer than you think.


I (and my fingernails) fully realize how close it was there at the end, believe me. :lol: I do think that we outplayed them, but also had far more mistakes (i.e. big penalties) than them.
I'm happy that we got out of there with a W against AD and that defense with that many penalties, and I saw plenty of reasons to feel confident about the team as we move forward and clean some stuff up.

I will say this. I don't know if we would've won this game with Favre.


There were some good things about the Packers last night.

And some not so good things.

We would have easily won this game with Favre.


Gee I guess Chase is back at it again!

When will you start pining for the return of Freeman and Schroeder?


Favre would've definitely prevented that FG from being blocked and he would've kept Moll from going upfield on a pass play. absolutely.

Oh.....i KNOW!!!
And Favre would have picked up Ryan Grant and THROWN him into the endzone after he screwed up and didn't get in after his 57 yard run!
Offline tromadz  
#130 Posted : Saturday, September 13, 2008 2:20:07 AM(UTC)
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I'm STILL walking with my head high after that victory. Poor Vikings.

GO PACKERS!
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