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1 guess who tutored our new QB

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by ivo610, Apr 28, 2012.

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    fkn Kevin Seifert misquoting MM...

    "Thompson told team officials he would be the best draft pick they ever made. That's saying something."

    When really it's supposed to say: "
    QB told him (Thompson) he would be the best pick he ever made"

    He sure doesn't lack confidence...
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    lern tu reed.
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    Seifert and I can learn together then
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    Hmm Im drawing a Blank. I got go guesses as to who made some sexual advances to women.

    Quite an intriguing mystery indeed.
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    Some men make sexual advances toward women.

    But, women make sexual advances TOWARD Matt Flynn. All the time. Everywhere he goes. Sometimes men too.
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    I have that problem as well, Jules. It has become a little tiring over the years having to beat 'em off with a stick. WHY WON'T THEY JUST RESPECT MY SPACE?? :whistling:
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    Ok... guilty as charged. I've made sexual advances toward women. I admit it freely. I've been trying to clean up my act but it just isn't working - no matter how old I get, I'm still 25 in my mind's eye ... so....the frivolity continues. One thing is for sure though, I did NOT mentor this kid at Chattanooga. Didn't do it... wouldn't be prudent. My footwork is horrible these days and I doubt I'd be able to elude angry husbands everywhere.

    As this pertains to Favre mentoring this kid...probably as a favor to Cook...hey, it's pretty decent of a Hall of Famer helping the kid out. I recall that as Favre was coming into his own his dislike for Steve Young for being "uppity" toward Favre. You can say a lot of things about Favre and be accurate (hell, I witnessed him being poured into a cab in downtown Appleton several times), but I think it's pretty decent of him to spend a little time with the kid.
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    Film study with Brett Favre: now you see the open man? "yes" ignore him, try and force it to the guy triple covered over here.

    Brett Favre on how to bond with teammates: make sure you have your own room to change in and hang out alone in. If you don't get one demand it.

    Brett Favre on if things aren't going right: blame Ted thompson. Oh he is retired?... Blame him anyways
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    It sounds like this kid is innocent and naive with stars in his eyes. Ahhh...So much to learn about the workings of the NFL.
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    What about demanding to sit out when they dont sign a player he wanted
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    Even if I admired Farve, I wouldn’t want him mentoring a QB I cared about because he was hardly a model for others to emulate. That’s not a knock on his QBing – he frequently got away with “breaking the rules” like throwing off his back foot and into coverage (and sometimes he didn't, of course). Anyway, it reminds me of a story about Favre in his second season in Green Bay. This is Favre’s version of the story: He was watching film with Ty Detmer and the following conversation took place:

    Favre: "Hey, Ty, what are they (coaches) talking about when they say 'nickel.' "
    Detmer: "You are joking, right?"
    Favre: "No, man, I always hear people say nickel is in ... nickel out."
    Detmer: "To make it simple, Brett, nickel means they take out a linebacker and bring in a DB."
    Favre: "That's it? Who cares? It's still 11 people."
    Detmer: "That's why you're going to make it. You don't worry about those little things, do you?"

    Imagine a pro QB not knowing what "nickel" meant?

    http://espn.go.com/chrismortensen/s/2001/1018/1265996.html
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    Yuppers...I agree..He cant be a coach either..
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    Brett tutoring a rookie Packer QB? Well, that's a first...
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    I guess this is important.???:confused:
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    I understand. You might want to ugly yourself up before you leave the house. Not even that might work for you weeds. Sad situation you are in.
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    It takes too much energy for me to work up a major ***-kickin' dislike of Favre - seriously ... he's so far out of the picture and my frame of reference that I just don't give it a second thought...I just don't care actually -- Favre's gone.
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    You've heard of a STUD MUFFIN, right? Well, I'm his cousin...BRAN MUFFIN. :)
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    Seriously. Last time I checked Farve is somewhere down in Mississippi and Packer football is still being played in Green Bay.

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