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Offline 4PackGirl  
#21 Posted : Monday, November 24, 2008 10:30:04 AM(UTC)
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I'm tired of hearing people say, "Well, if we had Brett then we'd be soooo much better....blah blah blah.....".

WE DO NOT HAVE BRETT FRIGGIN FAVRE ANYMORE!!!!

The Green Bay Packers have moved on. And if you were a true fan of the Packers, you should also move on.

I certainly have. I still enjoy watching Brett, and I will root for the Jets as long as Brett is there, unless of course they are playing the Packers.

Let's all just move on.

Sound good?
Amen


ditto!!
Offline TheEngineer  
#22 Posted : Monday, November 24, 2008 10:48:59 AM(UTC)
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O.K. I will Start It.

Brett did today what Aaron could not do. He Beat the Titans!

What a fricken Joke.

Jets are 8-3 Brett has not lost to an NFC Team (2-0) And the J.E.T.S. are going to the Super Bowl.

The Packers would be un-defeated right now if they did not crap on the greatest Q.B. in history.

What a waste!


Brett Favre did not beat the Titans.

The Jets beat the Titans.

Also, do you happen to have proof that the Packers would be undefeated? Conducted a statistical analysis of a large sample of simulations with considerable confidence over your statement as fact? Because what I'm seeing is a post full of biased hyperbole, nothing more.
Offline Packerchick  
#23 Posted : Monday, November 24, 2008 11:04:06 AM(UTC)
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I'm tired of hearing people say, "Well, if we had Brett then we'd be soooo much better....blah blah blah.....".

WE DO NOT HAVE BRETT FRIGGIN FAVRE ANYMORE!!!!

The Green Bay Packers have moved on. And if you were a true fan of the Packers, you should also move on.

I certainly have. I still enjoy watching Brett, and I will root for the Jets as long as Brett is there, unless of course they are playing the Packers.

Let's all just move on.

Sound good?


I have moved on too.
Offline gbpfan  
#24 Posted : Monday, November 24, 2008 2:08:35 PM(UTC)
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I will ask you this if the Jets start losing and Brett starts with his old habits to stay in a game,what will your opinion be then.I think for A-rods first season he has done a great job,the pack as a team what the jets need to think about is retirement where will you go from there.So in away think Green Bay made the right choice I like brett think he is a great q.b and always will be,but when you can't make up your mind so good luck and glad Brett is doing great as a jet.
Offline dhpackr  
#25 Posted : Tuesday, November 25, 2008 9:41:05 PM(UTC)
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Rodgers will never be Favre, that's agreeable.


Brett carved up the Titans? I could have sworn I seen them running all over the Titans which makes passing a whole lot easier.

Aaron threw it into the grass the entire first half?
http://www.nfl.com/gamec...k=REG9&override=true



dude, talk about research, do you realize the thread you posted plainly and quite simply states how rodgers first seven passes all were thrown short. While Brett's first seven passes were 7 for 7 and a touchdown.

what game were you watching?
Offline longtimefan  
#26 Posted : Tuesday, November 25, 2008 9:46:35 PM(UTC)
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Rodgers will never be Favre, that's agreeable.


Brett carved up the Titans? I could have sworn I seen them running all over the Titans which makes passing a whole lot easier.

Aaron threw it into the grass the entire first half?
http://www.nfl.com/gamec...k=REG9&override=true



dude, talk about research, do you realize the thread you posted plainly and quite simply states how rodgers first seven passes all were thrown short. While Brett's first seven passes were 7 for 7 and a touchdown.

what game were you watching?


Ummmmm

research yeah...

the short means the distance...

Check it

http://www.nfl.com/gamec...=REG12&override=true

Quote:
B.Favre pass short left to 89-J.Cotchery
4-B.Favre pass

short right to 87-L.Coles to TEN 47 for 13 yards (29-C.Carr).



Quote:
B.Favre pass short middle to 81-D.Keller to TEN 34 for 5 yards (53-K.Bulluck).



Quote:
-B.Favre pass deep left intended


Do YOUR research b4 calling someone out ok pudden?
Offline dhpackr  
#27 Posted : Tuesday, November 25, 2008 10:03:08 PM(UTC)
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Do YOUR research b4 calling someone out ok pudden?


you never cease to amaze me with your knowledge. Favre was a key factor in beating a undefeated team, and rodgers was key in losing the game.

favre started the game against the titans 7 for 7 and a td.

rodgers started the game against tenn 0 for 7 and every throw was in the dirt.

is this so hard to comprehend?

and i do not need to look at any stat sheet to know this, because I watched both games.

keep it up, this is only going to be more fun as the season progresses.
Offline longtimefan  
#28 Posted : Tuesday, November 25, 2008 10:25:26 PM(UTC)
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Do YOUR research b4 calling someone out ok pudden?


you never cease to amaze me with your knowledge. Favre was a key factor in beating a undefeated team, and rodgers was key in losing the game.

favre started the game against the titans 7 for 7 and a td.

rodgers started the game against tenn 0 for 7 and every throw was in the dirt.

is this so hard to comprehend?

and i do not need to look at any stat sheet to know this, because I watched both games.

keep it up, this is only going to be more fun as the season progresses.


dude, it has NOTHING to do with Brett okay pudden?

You said that by zeros "Research" it proved they were in the dirt..

I proved to you all his researched proved is that the passes were short, middle or deep..

AND AGAIN I LOVE BF AND WANT HIM ON THE PACKERS..HE WILL WIN HIS 4TH MVP AND MAYBE GO TO THE AFCCGM

( that was all for you, cuz you still have it in your thick skull I am a BF hater)


but I can not make him come back..So I am trying to figure out what the PACKERS can do to get better
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#29 Posted : Tuesday, November 25, 2008 10:43:18 PM(UTC)
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Rodgers will never be Favre, that's agreeable.


Brett carved up the Titans? I could have sworn I seen them running all over the Titans which makes passing a whole lot easier.

Aaron threw it into the grass the entire first half?
http://www.nfl.com/gamec...k=REG9&override=true



dude, talk about research, do you realize the thread you posted plainly and quite simply states how rodgers first seven passes all were thrown short. While Brett's first seven passes were 7 for 7 and a touchdown.

what game were you watching?
Posts like this make me wonder. Why don't we have the icon for a head beating into a wall?

Did I even say he didn't? I think I questioned it, posted a link and waited for someone else to do the research. But go ahead act macho on the interwebz and continue to waste its hard drive.


And how the heck did we go from talking about Rodgers to Favre? OH hell I don't even know what started this thread or what the original topic was. Why? Well, just look at some of the participants ;)
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#30 Posted : Tuesday, November 25, 2008 11:06:11 PM(UTC)
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So I am trying to figure out what the PACKERS can do to get better


fire the GM.
Hire Holmgren to run the Pack.
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