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(Larry Brown Sports)   Things you don't want to hear your star quarterback say, after a loss, about the next game: "Nobody's going to give us a chance... Shoot, this might be the best thing for us"   (larrybrownsports.com) divider line
    More: Fail, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Green Bay Packers' latest defeat, Aaron Rodgers, National Football Conference, NFC North, Brett Favre, silver lining  
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2022-10-23 8:59:08 PM  
After watching last weeks game I told my buddy back in WI that the Pack was probably done for this year as far as the playoffs are concerned. This week he called me back and agreed.
 
2022-10-23 9:19:57 PM  
As a Packers fan. All my money on the Bill. I do not care what the spread is
 
2022-10-24 2:28:00 AM  
Rodgers and Brady are both turning into pumpkins this season.  I almost feel bad for Bradley, blowing up his marriage for what looks to be a mediocre season and anticlimactic end to his career.
 
2022-10-24 2:52:01 AM  

deadsanta: Rodgers and Brady are both turning into pumpkins this season.  I almost feel bad for Bradley, blowing up his marriage for what looks to be a mediocre season and anticlimactic end to his career.


Also:  Wilson.

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2022-10-24 3:03:13 AM  
I sometimes think Rogers would just walk out of a stadium and keep going.
 
2022-10-24 4:07:05 AM  
This guy has zero farks to give.   He's just trolling the team at this point or he'd retire right now.
 
2022-10-24 9:56:56 AM  
He's got the crazy eyes.
 
2022-10-24 10:42:20 AM  

deadsanta: Rodgers and Brady are both turning into pumpkins this season.  I almost feel bad for Bradley, blowing up his marriage for what looks to be a mediocre season and anticlimactic end to his career.


Brady and Rodgers are having what I call their "Favre Year". Where they find out (rather brutally) they stayed in the game a bit too long.

Lifelong Pats fan, but I don't feel bad for Brady. Everyone could see this coming and he wasn't going to listen. Rodgers on the other hand believes his own legend. I think it's going to end much sadder for him.
 
2022-10-24 12:29:35 PM  

turbokat: deadsanta: Rodgers and Brady are both turning into pumpkins this season.  I almost feel bad for Bradley, blowing up his marriage for what looks to be a mediocre season and anticlimactic end to his career.

Brady and Rodgers are having what I call their "Favre Year". Where they find out (rather brutally) they stayed in the game a bit too long.

Lifelong Pats fan, but I don't feel bad for Brady. Everyone could see this coming and he wasn't going to listen. Rodgers on the other hand believes his own legend. I think it's going to end much sadder for him.


I don't know what it is, but he can still throw. The pass he made rolling to his right in the second half was a rope that was 4 inches long from perfection. Receiver should have held on to it.
 
2022-10-24 12:35:29 PM  

knbwhite: turbokat: deadsanta: Rodgers and Brady are both turning into pumpkins this season.  I almost feel bad for Bradley, blowing up his marriage for what looks to be a mediocre season and anticlimactic end to his career.

Brady and Rodgers are having what I call their "Favre Year". Where they find out (rather brutally) they stayed in the game a bit too long.

Lifelong Pats fan, but I don't feel bad for Brady. Everyone could see this coming and he wasn't going to listen. Rodgers on the other hand believes his own legend. I think it's going to end much sadder for him.

I don't know what it is, but he can still throw. The pass he made rolling to his right in the second half was a rope that was 4 inches long from perfection. Receiver should have held on to it.


I don't deny he still has talent, but he's just a tick off. That starts to get into your head after a while. It also starts to get into the heads of your teammates/coaching staff. The confidence starts to go away.
 
2022-10-24 2:25:50 PM  

deadsanta: Rodgers and Brady are both turning into pumpkins this season.  I almost feel bad for Bradley, blowing up his marriage for what looks to be a mediocre season and anticlimactic end to his career.


cant speak on rodgers, though i do speculate that he has huffed too many of his own farts or something.

brady is not the problem. the problem was that carolina was being weighed down by christian 'the albatross' mccaffrey. trade him away and the panthers win; trade for him and the fortyniners lose. simple as that

/you can argue with me but you cant argue with the numbers
 
2022-10-24 7:19:13 PM  
Josh Allen will not even have to play in the 4th quarter, the lead will be insurmountable by then.

Rodgers has become a complete tool. All the background noise (Joe Rogan, Covid, his "I wanna be Nick Cage" look, "I wanna host Jeopardy")...it all has distraction written all over it, i.e. he is not providing a distraction...he himself is 100% distracted. Plus, he's an asshole to his teammates, and has actually eclipsed Brady as a whiny ass biatch whenever someone "drops a pass" (which was uncatchable to begin with). If the Packers had anybody but Jordan "Gimme some" Love as a backup, and I was LeFleur, I'd bench him a game on principle alone.

BTW, while losing Adams was huge, Valdes-Scantling has become one of Mahomes' fave targets...so he's got that going for him, which is nice (interpretation: it's not just letting Adams walk that's an issue).
 
2022-10-24 8:21:54 PM  

BrianGriffin: Josh Allen will not even have to play in the 4th quarter, the lead will be insurmountable by then.

Rodgers has become a complete tool. All the background noise (Joe Rogan, Covid, his "I wanna be Nick Cage" look, "I wanna host Jeopardy")...it all has distraction written all over it, i.e. he is not providing a distraction...he himself is 100% distracted. Plus, he's an asshole to his teammates, and has actually eclipsed Brady as a whiny ass biatch whenever someone "drops a pass" (which was uncatchable to begin with). If the Packers had anybody but Jordan "Gimme some" Love as a backup, and I was LeFleur, I'd bench him a game on principle alone.

BTW, while losing Adams was huge, Valdes-Scantling has become one of Mahomes' fave targets...so he's got that going for him, which is nice (interpretation: it's not just letting Adams walk that's an issue).


They had no choice but to let Adams walk. They matched monetary terms and even gave some better leeway in other terms in a counteroffer but Adams was moving to Vegas no matter what.

MVS was the guy that had the distinct and real talent to pull defensive backs apart distance wise with his speed. The new rookie, while fast, can't stay on the field long enough to do the job. And Watson with his injury prone body hasn't really been a help. That and Rodgers seeming to have lost his ability to throw the ball accurately more than 12 yards downfield.

The defense has done what they could but if you can't score 25 points per game on average in the NFL you will have a losing season.
 
2022-10-24 9:10:18 PM  

BrianGriffin: Josh Allen will not even have to play in the 4th quarter, the lead will be insurmountable by then.

Rodgers has become a complete tool. All the background noise (Joe Rogan, Covid, his "I wanna be Nick Cage" look, "I wanna host Jeopardy")...it all has distraction written all over it, i.e. he is not providing a distraction...he himself is 100% distracted. Plus, he's an asshole to his teammates, and has actually eclipsed Brady as a whiny ass biatch whenever someone "drops a pass" (which was uncatchable to begin with). If the Packers had anybody but Jordan "Gimme some" Love as a backup, and I was LeFleur, I'd bench him a game on principle alone.

BTW, while losing Adams was huge, Valdes-Scantling has become one of Mahomes' fave targets...so he's got that going for him, which is nice (interpretation: it's not just letting Adams walk that's an issue).


Too much homerism man. Rogers deserves some criticism , but some of that stuff is just being goofy.
 
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