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Old 10-23-2022, 10:27 PM   #31
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I'm not overreacting. You're underracting.

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Old 10-23-2022, 10:32 PM   #32
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Awful game. Flags throw on every other play. Taylor stinks. GB could've had two more picks. I want to see Howell. Just run the ball and try and play defense.

Also the Packers are done. Move on from Rodgers after this year.
They are financially tied to Rodgers. If he retires or is cut the dead cap is 99k next year
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Old 10-23-2022, 10:33 PM   #33
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Sounds like a worst case scenario.

It is. Because we arenít good. A good team would have been so far ahead of us after the first half today.
We beat the Bears and they flat stink. We beat GB who believe it or not stinks too. At least recently they do.
Our offense with either quarterback is just not good enough to beat too many teams. Next week is winnable because we get our third crap team in a row. Im not even mixing the koolaid let alone drinking any. There is no way the team from today even sniffs a W against Dallas, NY, or Philly, or the other solid teams on our schedule. Beating these crap teams is actually only prolonging the agony that is this staff and moving us further away from the franchise quarterback.

Ill see myself out.
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Old 10-23-2022, 11:48 PM   #34
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Right now, TH is missing Dotson, Brown, Thomas, Cosmi, Schweitzer. Letís see what he looks like with those guys back. Also, to be fair this was his first game starting, he got better with more reps.
That's quite an understatement ^^ Great point about the missing pieces.

Also, have we heard anything about Trai Turner, even banged up he was really good early in the year, I understand he was awful against the Cowboys, but do we know if he's continued benching is more health related, play related or faith in Saahdiq Charles ?
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That's quite an understatement ^^ Great point about the missing pieces.

Also, have we heard anything about Trai Turner, even banged up he was really good early in the year, I understand he was awful against the Cowboys, but do we know if he's continued benching is more health related, play related or faith in Saahdiq Charles ?
He's had a quad injury, they are fine without him.
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I love your posts. Football knowledge is great but your humor is the best.

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Old 10-24-2022, 02:45 AM   #37
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He's had a quad injury, they are fine without him.
Yeah I thought the injury was behind him but you're right apparently it's still health related :

"Trai isn't quite where he needs to be yet," Rivera told reporters postgame when asked about why he made the switch.

"My coach just told me I didn't look like myself," he said. "Truth is the truth. If I don't look like myself, then I don't look like myself. It's not like it's an oblivious reason, like, 'What's going on?' Everybody knows what I've been dealing with."
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Old 10-24-2022, 03:12 AM   #38
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DUB!

D played well (again). Packers - no third-down conversions for the first time since 1999. And scored only 14 points.

Offense did just enough...But Heinicke was making me nervous as hell. He could have had like 4 INTs. I think he did provide that much needed spark, but I was wondering in the 1st quarter if we were going to see Howell. TH was that bad early. He played better as the game progressed. Hopefully that trend continues.

I don't want to hear how bad GB is...Fuck that. They have their #1 QB, D is solid...we had plenty of starters missing too...

Nice win. If you don't think so, you'll never be satisfied.
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Old 10-24-2022, 08:18 AM   #39
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Samuel threw some great blocks today that led to big plays.
This stood out to be both times. Says a lot about a WR when they block like that.
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Rodgers was Check-Down Susie yesterday. And his demeanor was straight up doo-doo-butter.

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Rodgers was Check-Down Susie yesterday. And his demeanor was straight up doo-doo-butter.

I like winning.
Would you even say discount double check down?
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Rodgers was Check-Down Susie yesterday. And his demeanor was straight up doo-doo-butter.

I like winning.
That's because he has no WRs.. I can't believe he agreed to come back to that lol..

If we beat Indy and then Min.. I'll be back on the wagon
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Would you even say discount double check down?
Haha, I did almost go with Discount-Double-Check-Down-Susie. That takes a bit too much time to roll of the tongue though.
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That's because he has no WRs.. I can't believe he agreed to come back to that lol..

If we beat Indy and then Min.. I'll be back on the wagon
The totally Commanders thing to do would be to win 2 in a row, then have this completely winnable game, and completely shit the bed.

Don't be the Commanders this week, be a decent/good team.
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The totally Commanders thing to do would be to win 2 in a row, then have this completely winnable game, and completely shit the bed.

Don't be the Commanders this week, be a decent/good team.
I hope not. I will watch the game in person.
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