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Offline bozz_2006  
#61 Posted : Sunday, January 25, 2009 6:16:05 PM(UTC)
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Ted Thompson boot lickers and people who think Aaron Rodgers is the next coming of Dan Marino, please stand up. downtown

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#62 Posted : Sunday, January 25, 2009 7:00:07 PM(UTC)
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Not everybody needs to be a Ted Thompson boot licker or think Aaron Rodgers is the next coming of Dan Marino.


Who here is or thinks either of those things?

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You have to have differences of opinion or all you got is "The Stepford Wives".


Great point, but even among the Ted Thompson and Aaron Rodgers supporters there is a surprising diversity of opinions. Smile


Their are a number of peaple on this board that don't want to hear any negative opinions about Thompson and/or Rodgers and anyone who expresses those opinions are automatically called "haters".

Diversity of opinions is a good thing.



It's not that people don't want to hear negative opinion about Thompson and/or Rodgers. It's that they don't agree with your negative opinion about them.


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anyone who expresses those opinions are automatically called "haters".


and you automatically said,

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Not everybody needs to be a Ted Thompson boot licker or think Aaron Rodgers is the next coming of Dan Marino.


so how are you any better?
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Offline Nonstopdrivel  
#63 Posted : Sunday, January 25, 2009 7:31:24 PM(UTC)
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I could have been wrong, but I sensed an exaggerated irony in Yooper's words.
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#64 Posted : Sunday, January 25, 2009 8:22:55 PM(UTC)
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Not everybody needs to be a Ted Thompson boot licker or think Aaron Rodgers is the next coming of Dan Marino.


Who here is or thinks either of those things?

Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
You have to have differences of opinion or all you got is "The Stepford Wives".


Great point, but even among the Ted Thompson and Aaron Rodgers supporters there is a surprising diversity of opinions. Smile


Their are a number of peaple on this board that don't want to hear any negative opinions about Thompson and/or Rodgers and anyone who expresses those opinions are automatically called "haters".

Diversity of opinions is a good thing.



It's not that people don't want to hear negative opinion about Thompson and/or Rodgers. It's that they don't agree with your negative opinion about them.


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anyone who expresses those opinions are automatically called "haters".


and you automatically said,

Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Not everybody needs to be a Ted Thompson boot licker or think Aaron Rodgers is the next coming of Dan Marino.


so how are you any better?


Whoa, dude!
I aam emphatically (if you know what that means) an Aaron Rodgers fan and I'm still hoping that Ted Thompson brings an enduring success back to Green Bay.
I have been a Packer fan since 1956 so I have seen it all and I reserve my right to call em as I see em.
The way I see it right now we are a young team on the cusp of greatness, but I also think anybody that posts here has the right to disagree.
Offline mi_keys  
#65 Posted : Monday, January 26, 2009 3:04:56 AM(UTC)
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DH, here's a refill...

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Joking aside, I like a number of people here appreciate your posting even if I disagree with it. So please don't stop posting.
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Offline longtimefan  
#66 Posted : Monday, January 26, 2009 3:10:56 AM(UTC)
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He is right DH...

You have a passion for your opinions and even tho we disagree, and you say things that have no factual basis ( Aaron Rodgers in HOF, or he does no wrong type stuff)

your passion is right there with lot of people here
Offline zombieslayer  
#67 Posted : Tuesday, January 27, 2009 5:35:57 PM(UTC)
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Inexplicably, Mike McCarthy, who has the best red-zone quarterback in the league, then calls 3 consecutive runs for a grand total of 6 yards (all on the first play), and the Packers are forced to settle for a 19-yard field goal.


This is what I've been complaining about all season. Thanks for showing a concrete example of what I meant.
Mike McCarthy was very aggressive in '07. If that had been the '07 MM, you would have had 3 consecutive pass plays and one of them would have probably resulted in a TD to Driver or Gregorious.

In defense of Woody, that one play where he got burned you have to give more credit to Steve Smith than saying Woody screwed up. Steve Smith is superhuman. The guy is simply amazing. I don't think any other WR in the NFL would have caught that one, if I remember it correctly.

Sometimes you can do everything right but your opponent just simply bests you. Happens in tennis. Happens in football as well.
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Offline buckeyepackfan  
#68 Posted : Tuesday, January 27, 2009 7:40:57 PM(UTC)
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Inexplicably, Mike McCarthy, who has the best red-zone quarterback in the league, then calls 3 consecutive runs for a grand total of 6 yards (all on the first play), and the Packers are forced to settle for a 19-yard field goal.


This is what I've been complaining about all season. Thanks for showing a concrete example of what I meant.

Mike McCarthy was very aggressive in '07. If that had been the '07 Mike McCarthy, you would have had 3 consecutive pass plays and one of them would have probably resulted in a TD to Driver or Gregorious.

In defense of Woody, that one play where he got burned you have to give more credit to Steve Smith than saying Woody screwed up. Steve Smith is superhuman. The guy is simply amazing. I don't think any other WR in the NFL would have caught that one, if I remember it correctly.

Sometimes you can do everything right but your opponent just simply bests you. Happens in tennis. Happens in football as well.


What's that old saying"great players make great plays" S. Smith is a great player, go back and watch and you will see him getting away with a push on CW to get the seperation he needed to make the play.

It's only illegal if the ref calls it.

Totally agree with you on this one Z.
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Offline bozz_2006  
#69 Posted : Tuesday, January 27, 2009 8:17:38 PM(UTC)
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agree with buckeye (Gonna write it in my calendar, so I don't forget this day! lol). Part of being an elite player, is learning the tricks to get away with marginal penalties. the best WR's learn how to subtly push off. that's the way it goes. Smith made a hell of a play.
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#70 Posted : Tuesday, January 27, 2009 8:23:28 PM(UTC)
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Part of being an elite player, is learning the tricks to get away with marginal penalties.


Like that palming thing Michael Jordan did. Gawd, that was annoying.
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