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Offline Zero2Cool  
#26 Posted : Sunday, September 28, 2008 8:30:30 PM(UTC)
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2 total in their first 3 games. Both by Jason Campbell.


So that makes Favre's day look a little better against a D that had been stingy through the air until today.


Six TD's is six TD's no matter how you shake it.

Brett more so than the next QB, if you give him time, he will torch your ass. I seen the highlights and boy did that look like some great stuff there. Some really nice throws by the oldster.
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#27 Posted : Sunday, September 28, 2008 11:17:19 PM(UTC)
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I'm sick of hearing thatTed Thompsondidn't want BF here.

I'm sick of hearing that throwing multiple INT's was acceptable.

I'm sick of hearing that BF is the greatest QB ever.



6 td's and one int later for Favre and............................Rodgers throwing MULTIPLE int's later..................................


Brett Favre IS the greatest QB ever.

Sorry, its a fact.
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Offline Heatherthepackgirl  
#28 Posted : Sunday, September 28, 2008 11:19:51 PM(UTC)
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2 total in their first 3 games. Both by Jason Campbell.


So that makes Favre's day look a little better against a D that had been stingy through the air until today.


Six TD's is six TD's no matter how you shake it.

Brett more so than the next QB, if you give him time, he will torch your ass. I seen the highlights and boy did that look like some great stuff there. Some really nice throws by the oldster.



You missed a great game today Zero, Brett was well Brett..LOL...I think he did call some of the plays because the announcer had said that it looked like a play only Favre could make. Also the Jets are trying to get in the shuffle pass, it didnt work out for them today but they willl come together on that soon as well I am sure. Brett was great in Green Bay with it but trying it here didnt work. But great game and congrats to Favre!!!
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#29 Posted : Sunday, September 28, 2008 11:23:18 PM(UTC)
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Yeah it looked like a helluva game. His WR torched the crap out of the Cardinals, it was thing of beauty. I can't wait to watch the highlights again on ESPN lol
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#30 Posted : Sunday, September 28, 2008 11:24:04 PM(UTC)
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Brett who oh you mean the guy that threw 6tds today and is close to leading the league now if im mistaking he has the lead.



You're correct. Favre has 12 td's. Nobody else even has 10.
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#31 Posted : Sunday, September 28, 2008 11:24:25 PM(UTC)
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I'm sick of hearing thatTed Thompsondidn't want BF here.

I'm sick of hearing that throwing multiple INT's was acceptable.

I'm sick of hearing that BF is the greatest QB ever.



6 td's and one int later for Favre and............................Rodgers throwing MULTIPLE int's later..................................


Brett Favre IS the greatest QB ever.

Sorry, its a fact.



Yep it is a fact, Brett is the greatest QB ever, and it takes years in games to be the greatest.

You may be sick of hearing about Favre, but I for one can listen to anyone talking about him all day long, because you know what? He has deserved it and the attention over the years, he has earned it. And if your sick of hearing about Brett Favre dont come then to one of Bretts threads because it will be all about him. :)
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#32 Posted : Sunday, September 28, 2008 11:28:17 PM(UTC)
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Brett who oh you mean the guy that threw 6tds today and is close to leading the league now if im mistaking he has the lead.



Brett was playing the Cardinals, a team that I believe has given up a touchdown or two in the air lol


Arizona gave up 2 td passes in its first 3 games.


Lol, he got you there zero
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#33 Posted : Sunday, September 28, 2008 11:39:15 PM(UTC)
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Brett who oh you mean the guy that threw 6tds today and is close to leading the league now if im mistaking he has the lead.



Brett was playing the Cardinals, a team that I believe has given up a touchdown or two in the air lol


Arizona gave up 2 td passes in its first 3 games.


Lol, he got you there zero


I said they gave up a TD or two in the air. He researched and confirmed it was two.

Oh wait yea he got me. :shrug:
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#34 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 12:55:57 AM(UTC)
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The Packers are 2-1, with that one loss to a very VERY good Dallas team.
The Jets are 1-2, and now Favre is injured. Not only are Rodgers's stats better, but the Green Bay fandom has accepted him with open arms. We love the guy. I hear so many people say "Favre who?"...and he deserves it.
Have fun with that mess.


You know, I was partially agreeing with you until this crap.

Now, who's looking dumb? Certainly not BF , the man who's leading the NFL in TD passes.

I said in '07 that BF was the 2nd best QB in the NFL after Tom Brady. Yes, that means better than P Manning. Looks like BF may be the best QB in the NFL right now.

Oh, shoot. I have to update my sig file. BF won another game.
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#35 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 1:01:40 AM(UTC)
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I'm sick of hearing that BF is the greatest QB ever.


BF is the greatest QB I've seen since starting watching football in '75. Ever? I don't know. I'm not that old.
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#36 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 5:53:01 AM(UTC)
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I'm sick of hearing that BF is the greatest QB ever.


BF is the greatest QB I've seen since starting watching football in '75. Ever? I don't know. I'm not that old.


The Packers did have a guy named Starr in the 60's who was pretty good. Of course he had Jimmy Taylor and Paul Hornung with him in the backfield along with many more HOF players.

I used to put Bart Starr ahead of BF, 5 championships in 7 or 8 years, only because Starr played in the era where the qb was a true field general, there was no play calling from the sidelines by coaches the qb did that on the field.

Now I would put them as even 1a and 1b(Packer qb's), Brett just keeps going and when you think there is nothing else he can do he proves you wrong.

All time NFL qb, not yet but BF is heading that way, top 5 for sure.

Dingus, I am sorry you are "sick of hearing about BF", you might want to start listening a little closer, BF is the last true "warrior" playing qb in the NFL. Whatever it takes to try and get a win for his team he will do.
Oh and most of the time he is having fun doing it!!!
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Offline IronMan  
#37 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 6:49:07 AM(UTC)
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Now, we all know the gritty details of the entire story so I won't go into that.


No we don't.

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The Jets can have our sloppy seconds...


They are enjoying our "sloppy seconds"
Offline zombieslayer  
#38 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 12:12:23 PM(UTC)
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The Packers did have a guy named Starr in the 60's who was pretty good. Of course he had Jimmy Taylor and Paul Hornung with him in the backfield along with many more HOF players.

I used to put Bart Starr ahead of BF, 5 championships in 7 or 8 years, only because Starr played in the era where the qb was a true field general, there was no play calling from the sidelines by coaches the qb did that on the field.

Now I would put them as even 1a and 1b(Packer qb's), Brett just keeps going and when you think there is nothing else he can do he proves you wrong.

All time NFL qb, not yet but BF is heading that way, top 5 for sure.

Dingus, I am sorry you are "sick of hearing about BF", you might want to start listening a little closer, BF is the last true "warrior" playing qb in the NFL. Whatever it takes to try and get a win for his team he will do.
Oh and most of the time he is having fun doing it!!!


Buckeye - I told Cheesey that I envy people who are 10 years older than I. I missed the Lombardi era and only started watching the Pack in the mid-70s.

I try not to form opinions if I don't have enough info, thus I'm only saying '75 on. Would have loved to see Starr light it up.

Completely agreed that BF is the last true "warrior" QB. He fights, fights, and fights some more until the clock is dead.

Commentators were bitching about that last touchdown being uncalled for. Oh come on, grow a pair. That was fun. The Cows did it to us, but they couldn't complete the pass. Tony Romo is no BF .
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#39 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 1:36:33 PM(UTC)
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Brett who oh you mean the guy that threw 6tds today and is close to leading the league now if im mistaking he has the lead.



You're correct. Favre has 12 td's. Nobody else even has 10.


Ah, Rivers has 10. Not to mention a few teams had a bye week...and Brees has the most completions and ypg...and Rodgers has less total interceptions.
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#40 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 3:13:38 PM(UTC)
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Brett who oh you mean the guy that threw 6tds today and is close to leading the league now if im mistaking he has the lead.



You're correct. Favre has 12 td's. Nobody else even has 10.


Ah, Rivers has 10. Not to mention a few teams had a bye week...and Brees has the most completions and ypg...and Rodgers has less total interceptions.


Rodgers has been in his offense for 3-4 years. Favre has been with the Jets for less than a month of pre season where most of his time has been spent learning a new system & terminology because the Packers tried to sabotage his career and he STILL is the best in the league.

Put that on your plate, play with it, put it in your mouth, chew it and swallow it for your pre game meal when you watch Matt Flynn lead the team out the tunnel next week.
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#41 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 3:24:14 PM(UTC)
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Rodgers has been in his offense for 3-4 years. Favre has been with the Jets for less than a month of pre season where most of his time has been spent learning a new system & terminology because the Packers tried to sabotage his career and he STILL is the best in the league. Put it on your plate, play with it, put it in your mouth, chew it and swallow it for your pre game meal when you watch Matt Flynn lead the team out the tunnel.



He's been on the bench for three years. WATCHING Brett play his 14th, 15th and 16th seasons.

Gosh not being a 100% asshole to comments like this is a helluva challenge for me.

Brett has played what, 16 full seasons?
Aaron has played in what, 10 games, four of them full?

And you're going to use that to compare them?


OMG Aaron has sat on the bench for three years and OMG Brett played in HUNDREDS of games.

Dude, LEARN something about football. A route is a ROUTE no matter what you label it as. Brett is an extremely talented QB, probably the best to ever play if you ask me. To compare him with Aaron Rodgers ... c'mon be smarter than that.

This constant comparing Brett with Aaron just makes Packers fans look idiotic. Brett is a freaking ICON people, he's a JET, get over it and move forward.

Most --- if not all Packers fans miss having Brett as their QB, but its not right to piss on Aaron because he IS NOT Brett Favre, there is ONE and only ONE Brett Favre. Is this really that difficult to grasp?
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#42 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 3:39:46 PM(UTC)
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My beef is hating one of the 2 to make the other one look better. Is there something wrong with rooting for both of them to succeed?
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#43 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 3:43:22 PM(UTC)
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My beef is hating one of the 2 to make the other one look better. Is there something wrong with rooting for both of them to succeed?

I root for both as well.
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#44 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 3:52:30 PM(UTC)
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My beef is hating one of the 2 to make the other one look better. Is there something wrong with rooting for both of them to succeed?


+1

&lt;--Longtime lurker here who is pretty appalled at the way some fans are handling the QB change. I just thought I'd quote ZS instead of typing up 4 paragraphs myself that could be summed up with his statement.
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#45 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 3:54:32 PM(UTC)
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Rodgers has been in his offense for 3-4 years. Favre has been with the Jets for less than a month of pre season where most of his time has been spent learning a new system & terminology because the Packers tried to sabotage his career and he STILL is the best in the league. Put it on your plate, play with it, put it in your mouth, chew it and swallow it for your pre game meal when you watch Matt Flynn lead the team out the tunnel.



He's been on the bench for three years. WATCHING Brett play his 14th, 15th and 16th seasons.

Gosh not being a 100% asshole to comments like this is a helluva challenge for me.

Brett has played what, 16 full seasons?
Aaron has played in what, 10 games, four of them full?

And you're going to use that to compare them?


OMG Aaron has sat on the bench for three years and OMG Brett played in HUNDREDS of games.

Dude, LEARN something about football. A route is a ROUTE no matter what you label it as. Brett is an extremely talented QB, probably the best to ever play if you ask me. To compare him with Aaron Rodgers ... c'mon be smarter than that.

This constant comparing Brett with Aaron just makes Packers fans look idiotic. Brett is a freaking ICON people, he's a JET, get over it and move forward.

Most --- if not all Packers fans miss having Brett as their QB, but its not right to piss on Aaron because he IS NOT Brett Favre, there is ONE and only ONE Brett Favre. Is this really that difficult to grasp?


This comparison was inevitable the moment t.t. decided to go with Aaron Rodgers over BF , and it won't go away unless we go deep in the playoffs because the expectation was for this team to be a contender had Favre been QB.

And I feel dirty for having broken down and used the heads.
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#46 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 3:55:13 PM(UTC)
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My beef is hating one of the 2 to make the other one look better. Is there something wrong with rooting for both of them to succeed?


I sure as hell hope not, because that's what I'm doing. I want Brett to win in NYC and cement his legacy as THE best QB to have ever stepped on a football field, and I want Aaron to win in Green Bay, seeing as how he's our QB now.

And I don't see any conflict there.
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#47 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 4:03:48 PM(UTC)
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My beef is hating one of the 2 to make the other one look better. Is there something wrong with rooting for both of them to succeed?


I sure as hell hope not, because that's what I'm doing. I want Brett to win in NYC and cement his legacy as THE best QB to have ever stepped on a football field, and I want Aaron to win in Green Bay, seeing as how he's our QB now.

And I don't see any conflict there.


Awesome. That's exactly what I want for BF too. I said last year he's the 2nd best QB in the NFL, this year, he has a legitimate shot to end 2008 as the best active QB in the NFL at the age of 39. How insane would that be?

And of course, I want Aaron Rodgers to get 14 wins and go on to win the SB. Why 14? Well, we lost 2 already. :lol:
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#48 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 5:23:56 PM(UTC)
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Brett who oh you mean the guy that threw 6tds today and is close to leading the league now if im mistaking he has the lead.



You're correct. Favre has 12 td's. Nobody else even has 10.


Ah, Rivers has 10. Not to mention a few teams had a bye week...and Brees has the most completions and ypg...and Rodgers has less total interceptions.


Ahhh to be 10 years younger, just think 2o years from now you might be able to tell someone younger than you about this kid Aaron Rodgers who took over for a legend and held his own and made his own path in Packer History, I sure hope you get that chance.

Supporting Aaron Rodgers doesn't mean you have to not support BF, and vice versa.

Those of you who think you have to hate on BF, remember the better he does this year the better it is for The Green Bay Packers.
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#49 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 6:58:11 PM(UTC)
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Yes, TED made ALL of the decisions regarding Favre. McCarthy and Favre had NOTHING to do with it once so ever.

I must have special access to reading material or something.
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