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(Sports Illustrated)   "I was like, [screw] that, I'm going deep" Martellus Bennett finally learns that Aaron Rodgers likes to Unleash the Dragon   ( si.com) divider line
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2017-10-11 09:59:05 AM  
I love the Packers, and Aaron Rodgers, But people seem to think he's an amazing come from behind QB- but he's not.
Go Pack Go.
 
2017-10-11 10:42:19 AM  
I'll bet he really said "fark." He really said "fark," didn't he?

/DNRTSA
 
2017-10-11 12:06:20 PM  

plastic_cow: I love the Packers, and Aaron Rodgers, But people seem to think he's an amazing come from behind QB- but he's not.
Go Pack Go.


Aaron Rodgers is God. Well, not really. I don't believe in God, but it would be kind of cool if, after I die, I find out there is a God, and it's actually Aaron Rodgers. I could dig that.

/begin rant

I was watching a clip of Cris Carter's show on ESPN on Monday - Nick Wright, one of the other hosts, made an excellent point. Tom Brady is the most accomplished QB in NFL history. Aaron Rodgers, on the other hand, is the most talented QB in NFL history. I understand Super Bowl rings mean something, but I sometimes think they mean too much. If Green Bay could give Aaron Rodgers a competent defense worth a fark, he might have more than one ring by now. So the fact he only has one to Brady's five is not a knock against him, IMO. He can't help front office failings. Look at baseball - Ted Williams never won a World Series. There are players out there who have won multiple, many of whom aren't good enough to be Hall of Famers, they were just on good teams. Are they better than Williams because they have more rings? Hell no.

/end rant
 
2017-10-11 12:08:26 PM  
memeguy.com
 
2017-10-11 12:22:15 PM  

plastic_cow: I love the Packers, and Aaron Rodgers, But people seem to think he's an amazing come from behind QB- but he's not.
Go Pack Go.


Historically he's not even close to Peyton or Brady in terms of comebacks, but this year he's now done two things twice at least - finally won an OT and finally completed a comeback vs. a winning team (assuming the Cowboys are actually still good this year).
 
2017-10-11 12:23:17 PM  

plastic_cow: I love the Packers, and Aaron Rodgers, But people seem to think he's an amazing come from behind QB- but he's not.
Go Pack Go.


imgs.xkcd.com
 
2017-10-11 12:42:41 PM  

Coco LaFemme: I was watching a clip of Cris Carter's show on ESPN on Monday - Nick Wright, one of the other hosts, made an excellent point. Tom Brady is the most accomplished QB in NFL history. Aaron Rodgers, on the other hand, is the most talented QB in NFL history.


I copied and pasted this to my roommate who is a huge Aaron Rodgers fan and absolutely despises Tom Brady. So thanks for this -- means I might get hugs and dinner because of it. :)
 
2017-10-11 01:30:35 PM  
Unlike Brett Favre, who liked unleashing the Whelp.
 
2017-10-11 02:04:07 PM  

foo monkey: plastic_cow: I love the Packers, and Aaron Rodgers, But people seem to think he's an amazing come from behind QB- but he's not.
Go Pack Go.

[imgs.xkcd.com image 692x1500]


So 2016 was "No woman has ever been elected President vs. No orange man has ever been elected President"
 
2017-10-11 02:07:56 PM  

TheManofPA: foo monkey: plastic_cow: I love the Packers, and Aaron Rodgers, But people seem to think he's an amazing come from behind QB- but he's not.
Go Pack Go.

[imgs.xkcd.com image 692x1500]

So 2016 was "No woman has ever been elected President vs. No orange man has ever been elected President"


No man caught on tape admitting to sexually assaulting women has ever been elected President.
 
2017-10-11 02:14:33 PM  

Aidan: Coco LaFemme: I was watching a clip of Cris Carter's show on ESPN on Monday - Nick Wright, one of the other hosts, made an excellent point. Tom Brady is the most accomplished QB in NFL history. Aaron Rodgers, on the other hand, is the most talented QB in NFL history.

I copied and pasted this to my roommate who is a huge Aaron Rodgers fan and absolutely despises Tom Brady. So thanks for this -- means I might get hugs and dinner because of it. :)


You're very welcome. Enjoy your hugs and dinner.
 
2017-10-11 03:22:47 PM  

AdamK: plastic_cow: I love the Packers, and Aaron Rodgers, But people seem to think he's an amazing come from behind QB- but he's not.
Go Pack Go.

Historically he's not even close to Peyton or Brady in terms of comebacks, but this year he's now done two things twice at least - finally won an OT and finally completed a comeback vs. a winning team (assuming the Cowboys are actually still good this year).


I liked how they limited things to a silly level to get that stat, though.

'Cause it's not a comeback if your defense blows the lead you gain or the tie you got them to.

Rodgers has been in 11 OT games. One, he was facemasked on consecutive plays and fumbled on the second one and the Cardinals were awarded the game. He hasn't touched the ball in OT on six other occasions, including two playoff games in back-to-back years.
 
2017-10-11 04:08:09 PM  
Also, going back through things, it seems like if the Packers lose in the last few years, they get their asses kicked.
 
2017-10-11 04:40:14 PM  

IAmRight: Also, going back through things, it seems like if the Packers lose in the last few years, they get their asses kicked.


When the Titans beat them last year it was a pretty thorough blowout in all 3 phases, even Rodgers looked mortal, it was a pretty awesome revenge after that 55-7 game at Lambeau years prior when we were never in it from the first whistle.
 
2017-10-11 04:43:55 PM  

Coco LaFemme: plastic_cow: I love the Packers, and Aaron Rodgers, But people seem to think he's an amazing come from behind QB- but he's not.
Go Pack Go.

Aaron Rodgers is God. Well, not really. I don't believe in God, but it would be kind of cool if, after I die, I find out there is a God, and it's actually Aaron Rodgers. I could dig that.

/begin rant

I was watching a clip of Cris Carter's show on ESPN on Monday - Nick Wright, one of the other hosts, made an excellent point. Tom Brady is the most accomplished QB in NFL history. Aaron Rodgers, on the other hand, is the most talented QB in NFL history. I understand Super Bowl rings mean something, but I sometimes think they mean too much. If Green Bay could give Aaron Rodgers a competent defense worth a fark, he might have more than one ring by now. So the fact he only has one to Brady's five is not a knock against him, IMO. He can't help front office failings. Look at baseball - Ted Williams never won a World Series. There are players out there who have won multiple, many of whom aren't good enough to be Hall of Famers, they were just on good teams. Are they better than Williams because they have more rings? Hell no.

/end rant


This to infinity and beyond.
 
2017-10-11 05:27:48 PM  

IAmRight: AdamK: plastic_cow: I love the Packers, and Aaron Rodgers, But people seem to think he's an amazing come from behind QB- but he's not.
Go Pack Go.

Historically he's not even close to Peyton or Brady in terms of comebacks, but this year he's now done two things twice at least - finally won an OT and finally completed a comeback vs. a winning team (assuming the Cowboys are actually still good this year).

I liked how they limited things to a silly level to get that stat, though.

'Cause it's not a comeback if your defense blows the lead you gain or the tie you got them to.

Rodgers has been in 11 OT games. One, he was facemasked on consecutive plays and fumbled on the second one and the Cardinals were awarded the game. He hasn't touched the ball in OT on six other occasions, including two playoff games in back-to-back years.


Eh, alright whatever, feels like - depending on the player - the NFL qb argument is constantly moving, it's basically impossible to compare these guys by any metric.
 
2017-10-11 05:55:43 PM  

AdamK: IAmRight: AdamK: plastic_cow: I love the Packers, and Aaron Rodgers, But people seem to think he's an amazing come from behind QB- but he's not.
Go Pack Go.

Historically he's not even close to Peyton or Brady in terms of comebacks, but this year he's now done two things twice at least - finally won an OT and finally completed a comeback vs. a winning team (assuming the Cowboys are actually still good this year).

I liked how they limited things to a silly level to get that stat, though.

'Cause it's not a comeback if your defense blows the lead you gain or the tie you got them to.

Rodgers has been in 11 OT games. One, he was facemasked on consecutive plays and fumbled on the second one and the Cardinals were awarded the game. He hasn't touched the ball in OT on six other occasions, including two playoff games in back-to-back years.

Eh, alright whatever, feels like - depending on the player - the NFL qb argument is constantly moving, it's basically impossible to compare these guys by any metric.


Yeah, I just remember in his first year as a starter, he lost 4-5 games he'd left the field ahead or tied.
 
2017-10-11 06:00:51 PM  

AdamK: IAmRight: AdamK: plastic_cow: I love the Packers, and Aaron Rodgers, But people seem to think he's an amazing come from behind QB- but he's not.
Go Pack Go.

Historically he's not even close to Peyton or Brady in terms of comebacks, but this year he's now done two things twice at least - finally won an OT and finally completed a comeback vs. a winning team (assuming the Cowboys are actually still good this year).

I liked how they limited things to a silly level to get that stat, though.

'Cause it's not a comeback if your defense blows the lead you gain or the tie you got them to.

Rodgers has been in 11 OT games. One, he was facemasked on consecutive plays and fumbled on the second one and the Cardinals were awarded the game. He hasn't touched the ball in OT on six other occasions, including two playoff games in back-to-back years.

Eh, alright whatever, feels like - depending on the player - the NFL qb argument is constantly moving, it's basically impossible to compare these guys by any metric.


TD to INT ratio is the best metric... ;^)
 
2017-10-11 06:03:12 PM  

AdamK: IAmRight: AdamK: plastic_cow: I love the Packers, and Aaron Rodgers, But people seem to think he's an amazing come from behind QB- but he's not.
Go Pack Go.

Historically he's not even close to Peyton or Brady in terms of comebacks, but this year he's now done two things twice at least - finally won an OT and finally completed a comeback vs. a winning team (assuming the Cowboys are actually still good this year).

I liked how they limited things to a silly level to get that stat, though.

'Cause it's not a comeback if your defense blows the lead you gain or the tie you got them to.

Rodgers has been in 11 OT games. One, he was facemasked on consecutive plays and fumbled on the second one and the Cardinals were awarded the game. He hasn't touched the ball in OT on six other occasions, including two playoff games in back-to-back years.

Eh, alright whatever, feels like - depending on the player - the NFL qb argument is constantly moving, it's basically impossible to compare these guys by any metric.


I suggest you look it up if you haven't seen it lately.  It boggles my mind every time I see the thin slices between HoF and other really good QBs....and then there's Rodgers.
 
2017-10-11 06:22:52 PM  

roc6783: AdamK: IAmRight: AdamK: plastic_cow: I love the Packers, and Aaron Rodgers, But people seem to think he's an amazing come from behind QB- but he's not.
Go Pack Go.

Historically he's not even close to Peyton or Brady in terms of comebacks, but this year he's now done two things twice at least - finally won an OT and finally completed a comeback vs. a winning team (assuming the Cowboys are actually still good this year).

I liked how they limited things to a silly level to get that stat, though.

'Cause it's not a comeback if your defense blows the lead you gain or the tie you got them to.

Rodgers has been in 11 OT games. One, he was facemasked on consecutive plays and fumbled on the second one and the Cardinals were awarded the game. He hasn't touched the ball in OT on six other occasions, including two playoff games in back-to-back years.

Eh, alright whatever, feels like - depending on the player - the NFL qb argument is constantly moving, it's basically impossible to compare these guys by any metric.

TD to INT ratio is the best metric... ;^)


Maybe, there's a big debate between Mariota vs. Winston and Mariota so far has been way way better at not throwing interceptions including a flawless redzone record, but there's a huge argument in favor of Winston because he's attacking the whole field more whereas Mariota is too safe even when the team is down and honestly both arguments have merit.
 
2017-10-11 09:19:03 PM  

Aidan: Coco LaFemme: I was watching a clip of Cris Carter's show on ESPN on Monday - Nick Wright, one of the other hosts, made an excellent point. Tom Brady is the most accomplished QB in NFL history. Aaron Rodgers, on the other hand, is the most talented QB in NFL history.

I copied and pasted this to my roommate who is a huge Aaron Rodgers fan and absolutely despises Tom Brady. So thanks for this -- means I might get hugs and dinner because of it. :)


Oh honey, are you still calling your secret lover your "roommate"?
 
2017-10-11 10:38:11 PM  

AdamK: roc6783: AdamK: IAmRight: AdamK: plastic_cow: I love the Packers, and Aaron Rodgers, But people seem to think he's an amazing come from behind QB- but he's not.
Go Pack Go.

Historically he's not even close to Peyton or Brady in terms of comebacks, but this year he's now done two things twice at least - finally won an OT and finally completed a comeback vs. a winning team (assuming the Cowboys are actually still good this year).

I liked how they limited things to a silly level to get that stat, though.

'Cause it's not a comeback if your defense blows the lead you gain or the tie you got them to.

Rodgers has been in 11 OT games. One, he was facemasked on consecutive plays and fumbled on the second one and the Cardinals were awarded the game. He hasn't touched the ball in OT on six other occasions, including two playoff games in back-to-back years.

Eh, alright whatever, feels like - depending on the player - the NFL qb argument is constantly moving, it's basically impossible to compare these guys by any metric.

TD to INT ratio is the best metric... ;^)

Maybe, there's a big debate between Mariota vs. Winston and Mariota so far has been way way better at not throwing interceptions including a flawless redzone record, but there's a huge argument in favor of Winston because he's attacking the whole field more whereas Mariota is too safe even when the team is down and honestly both arguments have merit.


Obvi.  I just chose that because of the picture it paints for Rodgers.
 
2017-10-11 11:02:39 PM  

jaylectricity: Aidan: Coco LaFemme: I was watching a clip of Cris Carter's show on ESPN on Monday - Nick Wright, one of the other hosts, made an excellent point. Tom Brady is the most accomplished QB in NFL history. Aaron Rodgers, on the other hand, is the most talented QB in NFL history.

I copied and pasted this to my roommate who is a huge Aaron Rodgers fan and absolutely despises Tom Brady. So thanks for this -- means I might get hugs and dinner because of it. :)

Oh honey, are you still calling your secret lover your "roommate"?


Well only until the divorce is final...
 
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