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(NFL)   Josh Sitton on the Giants: "They beat us up, man. They kicked our (expletive) today. Give them credit." Later added, "Stay away from "Zoltar Speaks'"   (nfl.com) divider line 51
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2012-11-26 11:31:06 AM  
They beat them so badly that Josh Sitton is now on the Giants? Damn. That WAS a bad beat down.
 
2012-11-26 11:58:55 AM  

Lando Lincoln: They beat them so badly that Josh Sitton is now on the Giants? Damn. That WAS a bad beat down.


that was the trade off. why do you think the Giants stopped scoring at 38 points? if they stopped the beating, they got Josh Sitton.
 
2012-11-26 12:46:16 PM  
That game was fun, unlike the past three (even though one was a win). Sucks that Andre Brown broke his leg though.
 
2012-11-26 12:50:37 PM  

ManateeGag: Lando Lincoln: They beat them so badly that Josh Sitton is now on the Giants? Damn. That WAS a bad beat down.

that was the trade off. why do you think the Giants stopped scoring at 38 points? if they stopped the beating, they got Josh Sitton.


I think the entire O-Line was playing for the Giants. That would at least be a reasonable explanation for their suckitude.


FreakinB: That game was fun, unlike the past three (even though one was a win). Sucks that Andre Brown broke his leg though.


You're a bad person for liking the Giants. Just saying.
 
2012-11-26 01:24:25 PM  

roc6783: ManateeGag: Lando Lincoln: They beat them so badly that Josh Sitton is now on the Giants? Damn. That WAS a bad beat down.

that was the trade off. why do you think the Giants stopped scoring at 38 points? if they stopped the beating, they got Josh Sitton.

I think the entire O-Line was playing for the Giants. That would at least be a reasonable explanation for their suckitude.


The gf started asking 'why is Aaron Rogers always running outside the pocket on every play?' Yeah, that's because his offensive line decided to not show up. We saw a turnstyle, 2 orange traffic cones, a speed bump and a waste paper basket filling in.
 
2012-11-26 01:29:38 PM  

Nadie_AZ: Yeah, that's because his offensive line decided to not show up. We saw a turnstyle, 2 orange traffic cones, a speed bump and a waste paper basket filling in.


That's not fair to turnstiles.

/it takes way longer to get through them than it does the Packers' O-line, and they always make contact with someone trying to get through
 
2012-11-26 01:35:44 PM  

IAmRight: That's not fair to turnstiles.


Leave Doug Free out of this.
 
2012-11-26 01:45:38 PM  

ManateeGag: why do you think the Giants stopped scoring at 38 points?


Because I bet the over (51), and God hates me. They get to 48 points with like 13 minutes left in the 3rd quarter, and then no more scoring the rest of the game?

I hate everything.
 
2012-11-26 01:45:39 PM  

Nadie_AZ: We saw a turnstyle


the turnstyle must have been assigned to chase blackburn.
 
2012-11-26 01:45:55 PM  
Ho hum, just another Giants victory against a pass heavy offense.
 
2012-11-26 02:37:11 PM  

VvonderJesus: Ho hum, just another Giants victory against a pass heavy offense.


Which playoff-likely teams aren't pass heavy on offense? Some are not as unbalanced as the Packers, but I would suspect that they all call more passes than runs.
 
2012-11-26 02:38:58 PM  
Hey Clay Matthews: How does the Giants' ass taste?

/HAH!
 
2012-11-26 02:39:50 PM  

VvonderJesus: Ho hum, just another Giants victory against a pass heavy offense.


Tell that to the Texans.
 
2012-11-26 02:40:19 PM  

Treygreen13: IAmRight: That's not fair to turnstiles.

Leave Doug Free out of this.


So much win.
 
2012-11-26 02:42:18 PM  
As a side note, as the most vocal Packers homer on the Sports tab, I have to say, I am one more terrible, dogshiat effort game away from reenacting the firing scene from Jerry McGuire. 

haphappy.com
 
2012-11-26 02:42:27 PM  

FreakinB: That game was fun, unlike the past three (even though one was a win). Sucks that Andre Brown broke his leg though.


Yeahhhhhhhhhh that let the air out of that balloon. FARK~!
 
2012-11-26 02:53:37 PM  
Looks like the Packers went to the 49ers school of revenge. Two "statement" games for the Giants, combined score 64-13. See ya in January.
 
2012-11-26 03:30:01 PM  

roc6783: As a side note, as the most vocal Packers homer on the Sports tab, I have to say, I am one more terrible, dogshiat effort game away from reenacting the firing scene from Jerry McGuire. 

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meh....i'm a big packers fan and come to expect games like this. The O-line is bad but WR's need to get open faster for Rodgers. That or McCarthy change how he calls the game
 
2012-11-26 03:37:48 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: Looks like the Packers went to the 49ers school of revenge. Two "statement" games for the Giants, combined score 64-13. See ya in January.


yeah, let's not count our chickens. Eli was throwing like my grandmother half the time yesterday. the Defense really came up big for the Giants and now we have to hope Bradshaw doesn't cripple himself or teach Hynoski how to be a Fullback.
 
2012-11-26 03:44:19 PM  
As a Packers homer I expect the occasional game like this.

Green Bays oline is...meh to OK. If you get them up against an elite front though, forget it. One or two good players, they can handle, but 4 or 5? Yea, they can't single for crap.

I'm not worried too badly. The offense, against normal defenses, is not a problem. I'm more worried about the defense or lack thereof with so many guys out injured.

Oh, and that Mason still isn't kicking for shiat.
 
2012-11-26 03:46:36 PM  

eagles95: roc6783: As a side note, as the most vocal Packers homer on the Sports tab, I have to say, I am one more terrible, dogshiat effort game away from reenacting the firing scene from Jerry McGuire. 

[haphappy.com image 502x502]

meh....i'm a big packers fan and come to expect games like this. The O-line is bad but WR's need to get open faster for Rodgers. That or McCarthy change how he calls the game


i580.photobucket.com

You're allowed to alter a gameplan after the kickoff? Since when?

It's not that I do not expect these games to happen, it's that I am tired of it. Don't worry, I'm not gonna do what you all think I'm gonna do, which is, you know, FLIP OUT!

I cannot take anything away from McCarthy or Thompson, but they have 2 glaring areas of weakness, McCarthy can't change his gameplan on the fly and Thompson can't draft O-Linemen. One of these needs to change if the Packers are going to sustain success.
 
2012-11-26 03:47:27 PM  

xaks: Oh, and that Mason still isn't kicking for shiat.


He's not too good but what the hell was McCarthy thinking sending the worst kicker in the league out for a 55 yarder?
 
2012-11-26 03:53:30 PM  

roc6783: eagles95: roc6783: As a side note, as the most vocal Packers homer on the Sports tab, I have to say, I am one more terrible, dogshiat effort game away from reenacting the firing scene from Jerry McGuire. 

[haphappy.com image 502x502]

meh....i'm a big packers fan and come to expect games like this. The O-line is bad but WR's need to get open faster for Rodgers. That or McCarthy change how he calls the game

[i580.photobucket.com image 197x151]

You're allowed to alter a gameplan after the kickoff? Since when?

It's not that I do not expect these games to happen, it's that I am tired of it. Don't worry, I'm not gonna do what you all think I'm gonna do, which is, you know, FLIP OUT!

I cannot take anything away from McCarthy or Thompson, but they have 2 glaring areas of weakness, McCarthy can't change his gameplan on the fly and Thompson can't draft O-Linemen. One of these needs to change if the Packers are going to sustain success.


Thompson drafted Bulaga who is decent, Sitton who is decent, Lang is pretty good. McCarthy needs to move off the empty backfield set until his lineman can sustain a block longer than .5 seconds.
 
2012-11-26 03:55:06 PM  

eagles95: McCarthy needs to move off the empty backfield set


Any backfield that has Alex Green is still an empty backfield.
 
2012-11-26 04:07:55 PM  

eagles95: roc6783: eagles95: roc6783: ***snip***

Thompson drafted Bulaga who is decent, Sitton who is decent, Lang is pretty good. McCarthy needs to move off the empty backfield set until his lineman can sustain a block longer than .5 seconds.


Or move to a quick hitting slant/screen scheme that lets your receivers run with ball for 20+ yds instead of Rodgers having to avoid 6 guys, then take a sack as they are all covered down field.
 
2012-11-26 04:10:21 PM  

roc6783: FreakinB: That game was fun, unlike the past three (even though one was a win). Sucks that Andre Brown broke his leg though.

You're a bad person for liking the Giants. Just saying.


Sure. Makes perfect sense.
 
2012-11-26 04:13:12 PM  

Rwa2play: Hey Clay Matthews: How does the Giants' ass taste?

/HAH!


He didn't play. And yes, I know what you're referring to, but it's tough to trash-talk someone who wasn't on the field.
 
2012-11-26 04:17:08 PM  

FreakinB: roc6783: FreakinB: That game was fun, unlike the past three (even though one was a win). Sucks that Andre Brown broke his leg though.

You're a bad person for liking the Giants. Just saying.

Sure. Makes perfect sense.


We have to do that now? Why does no one tell me these things?
 
2012-11-26 04:51:39 PM  
The Giants beat up on the Packers B-team. All the Packers have to do is get healthy (or at least healthier) and make the playoffs. We'll talk more then.
 
2012-11-26 05:01:49 PM  

SkittlesAreYum: Rwa2play: Hey Clay Matthews: How does the Giants' ass taste?

/HAH!

He didn't play. And yes, I know what you're referring to, but it's tough to trash-talk someone who wasn't on the field.


According to him, the Giants weren't on the field when the Packers lost that playoff game.

I see your point and you're right. but I don't think that Matthews or Woodson would've made much of a difference anyway.
 
2012-11-26 05:03:41 PM  

Rwa2play: SkittlesAreYum: Rwa2play: Hey Clay Matthews: How does the Giants' ass taste?

/HAH!

He didn't play. And yes, I know what you're referring to, but it's tough to trash-talk someone who wasn't on the field.

According to him, the Giants weren't on the field when the Packers lost that playoff game.

I see your point and you're right. but I don't think that Matthews or Woodson would've made much of a difference anyway.


Matthews would have made a big difference on defense, but not enough to make the game respectable. The Giants would have won by 18 instead of 28. The Packers defense is punchless without him.
 
2012-11-26 05:04:24 PM  

lennavan: The Giants beat up on the Packers B-team. All the Packers have to do is get healthy (or at least healthier) and make the playoffs. We'll talk more then.


Here's the problem - the O-line isn't going to get any better. Bulaga and Sherrod are not going to play this year. That leaves what, exactly?
 
2012-11-26 05:33:56 PM  

SkittlesAreYum: lennavan: The Giants beat up on the Packers B-team. All the Packers have to do is get healthy (or at least healthier) and make the playoffs. We'll talk more then.

Here's the problem - the O-line isn't going to get any better. Bulaga and Sherrod are not going to play this year. That leaves what, exactly?


Greg Jennings providing a second target for Aaron Rodgers to throw the ball to in under 0.5 seconds. A better defense reducing the points below 38 and providing better field position. The O-line wasn't exactly marvelous last season and they went 15-1.
 
2012-11-26 05:34:14 PM  

SkittlesAreYum: lennavan: The Giants beat up on the Packers B-team. All the Packers have to do is get healthy (or at least healthier) and make the playoffs. We'll talk more then.

Here's the problem - the O-line isn't going to get any better. Bulaga and Sherrod are not going to play this year. That leaves what, exactly?


The tears of infinite sadness and the floor scrapings from Aaron Rodger's December mustache shaving. The defense will improve slightly, but even with a healthy Jennings (supposedly he is ready to go and was for yesterday too), I have no clue how the Packers are going to beat a defense built like the Giants, consistent pressure from the front four, 2 safeties deep, double teams on the outside. The offense has not beaten a team that can do that well, and they will need to for a Super Bowl win.
 
2012-11-26 05:35:38 PM  

lennavan: SkittlesAreYum: lennavan: ***snip***

Greg Jennings providing a second target for Aaron Rodgers to throw the ball to in under 0.5 seconds. A better defense reducing the points below 38 and providing better field position. The O-line wasn't exactly marvelous last season and they went 15-1.


Not marvelous, but Rodgers was sacked 36 times total last year and has already been dropped 37 through 11 games this year.
 
2012-11-26 06:09:08 PM  

roc6783: eagles95: roc6783: As a side note, as the most vocal Packers homer on the Sports tab, I have to say, I am one more terrible, dogshiat effort game away from reenacting the firing scene from Jerry McGuire. 

[haphappy.com image 502x502]

meh....i'm a big packers fan and come to expect games like this. The O-line is bad but WR's need to get open faster for Rodgers. That or McCarthy change how he calls the game

[i580.photobucket.com image 197x151]

You're allowed to alter a gameplan after the kickoff? Since when?

It's not that I do not expect these games to happen, it's that I am tired of it. Don't worry, I'm not gonna do what you all think I'm gonna do, which is, you know, FLIP OUT!

I cannot take anything away from McCarthy or Thompson, but they have 2 glaring areas of weakness, McCarthy can't change his gameplan on the fly and Thompson can't draft O-Linemen. One of these needs to change if the Packers are going to sustain success.


Hey now, McCarthy is capable of making gameplan changes. But only at half time. And only that once.
 
2012-11-26 06:15:27 PM  

robbiex0r: roc6783: eagles95: roc6783: ***snip***

Hey now, McCarthy is capable of making gameplan changes. But only at half time. And only that once.


I hate that I laughed at that. It is so true.
 
2012-11-26 08:51:55 PM  

lennavan: SkittlesAreYum: lennavan: The Giants beat up on the Packers B-team. All the Packers have to do is get healthy (or at least healthier) and make the playoffs. We'll talk more then.

Here's the problem - the O-line isn't going to get any better. Bulaga and Sherrod are not going to play this year. That leaves what, exactly?

Greg Jennings providing a second target for Aaron Rodgers to throw the ball to in under 0.5 seconds. A better defense reducing the points below 38 and providing better field position. The O-line wasn't exactly marvelous last season and they went 15-1.


They had Jennings for the playoff game...and still lost. It's a matter of execution; if you're team can't execute, you're gonna struggle.
 
2012-11-26 09:00:23 PM  
That game sucked.
November football doesn't matter. (According to the wtmj post game call in show.)

Packers better learn to beat the Giants, tho or we're scr****.

/Packers owner
 
2012-11-26 09:54:26 PM  
Fun fact: I went to school with Josh Sitton and one of his houses is next to my parent's.
 
2012-11-26 10:06:42 PM  

bemis23: Fun fact: I went to school with Josh Sitton and one of his houses is next to my parent's.


I went to school with him too.

/go knights
 
2012-11-26 10:08:58 PM  

Rwa2play: lennavan: SkittlesAreYum: lennavan: The Giants beat up on the Packers B-team. All the Packers have to do is get healthy (or at least healthier) and make the playoffs. We'll talk more then.

Here's the problem - the O-line isn't going to get any better. Bulaga and Sherrod are not going to play this year. That leaves what, exactly?

Greg Jennings providing a second target for Aaron Rodgers to throw the ball to in under 0.5 seconds. A better defense reducing the points below 38 and providing better field position. The O-line wasn't exactly marvelous last season and they went 15-1.

They had Jennings for the playoff game...and still lost. It's a matter of execution; if you're team can't execute, you're gonna struggle.


I'm all for the execution of the Packers' O-Line.
 
2012-11-26 11:38:51 PM  
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2012-11-27 09:24:59 AM  

no clever name here just move along: Packers better learn to beat the Giants, tho or we're scr****.


Eh, just avoid 'em in the first round and hope they don't get the Falcons before getting to you. You don't have to beat all the teams in the playoffs; you just have to avoid the ones that match up well against you.
 
2012-11-27 10:54:11 AM  

IAmRight: no clever name here just move along: Packers better learn to beat the Giants, tho or we're scr****.

Eh, just avoid 'em in the first round and hope they don't get the Falcons before getting to you. You don't have to beat all the teams in the playoffs; you just have to avoid the ones that match up well against you.


The problem is that the only team that the Packers match up well against (looking at the standings as of today) is the Falcons. Yes, they crushed the Bears once, but every Pack-Bears game is a tossup. They have already lost to the Giants, the 49ers, and the Seahawks. Unless the O-Line finds some sort of magic where they can effectively block for an entire game, the playoffs will be short and painful.
 
2012-11-27 10:59:24 AM  
Speaking of ass tasting, when does Sanchez get taken out and replaced by Tebow?
 
2012-11-27 11:00:34 AM  

IAmRight: Eh, just avoid 'em in the first round and hope they don't get the Falcons before getting to you. You don't have to beat all the teams in the playoffs; you just have to avoid the ones that match up well against you.


True. The Giants probably don't win last year's Super Bowl if they had to play New Orleans in the playoffs.
 
2012-11-27 11:56:27 AM  

IAmRight: no clever name here just move along: Packers better learn to beat the Giants, tho or we're scr****.

Eh, just avoid 'em in the first round and hope they don't get the Falcons before getting to you. You don't have to beat all the teams in the playoffs; you just have to avoid the ones that match up well against you.


Pretty much, yeah. TBH I wouldn't be so fearful if the Giants went up against the Bears, Falcons or Packers in the playoffs, even on the road. None of them convince me.
 
2012-11-27 12:00:01 PM  

Rwa2play: Pretty much, yeah. TBH I wouldn't be so fearful if the Giants went up against the Bears, Falcons or Packers in the playoffs, even on the road.


Even on the road? The Giants are better on the road than they are at home.
 
2012-11-27 02:14:18 PM  

mainstreet62: IAmRight: Eh, just avoid 'em in the first round and hope they don't get the Falcons before getting to you. You don't have to beat all the teams in the playoffs; you just have to avoid the ones that match up well against you.

True. The Giants probably don't win last year's Super Bowl if they had to play New Orleans in the playoffs.


Yeah, I was terrified of the possibility of playing New Orleans in the dome. That didn't go so well in the regular season.
 
2012-11-28 02:17:23 PM  

mainstreet62: True. The Giants probably don't win last year's Super Bowl if they had to play New Orleans in the playoffs.


FreakinB: Yeah, I was terrified of the possibility of playing New Orleans in the dome. That didn't go so well in the regular season.


And this is why the loss to SF last year hurts much, much, much worse than losing to the 7-9 Seahawks the year before, lol.
 
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