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Eagles beat Dallas!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by longtimefan, Dec 16, 2007.

  1. longtimefan
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    Just one more loss by the cowgirls and Pack win out

    IT CAN BE DONE
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    Westbrook = Smart

    Cmon Pack!

    Win Out!
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    YAY
    if only the lions didn't blow it :roll:
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    I was thinking the Packers should rest their starters next week.

    With the Eagles win, that thinking has changed. :D
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    I've liked Washington all year long. A disappointing season for them, but they are a team that can DEFINITELY beat the Cowboys. And after beating the Seahawks this week, the Panthers have some swagger.

    Win out, GB.
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    YES THEY DID IT. wow. it looks like everything is in the hands of Redskins... If we get Dallas in Greenbay in the frozen thundra for the championships wow.. that will a great one.. wooo hooo. I want the Redskins to beat the Giants today... that will give them inspiration to stay in contention for a win against Dallas and Carolina beat Seattle they can beat the boys too.
    :eek: :p :D
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    ...and the Bills...and the Redskins...
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    I guess Romo played terrible. Their December slump is on.
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    Another late season collapse by Romo?
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    Haha yeah they really looked like cowgirls today.. maybe Owens will come in the wendy's ad next with red head pigtails
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    HOPE SO!!!!!!!!! :D
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    That WAS a smart move! Had he scored, the "Girls" would have got the ball back, and with their luck, they could have maybe pulled it out.
    I don't remember ever seeing a player do that.
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    Hell yea that was smart. I had no idea what he was doing lol... last I checked they had one Time Out left...

    i would have scored
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    I knew the Girls were out of timeouts. But it STILL surprised me. It was a real heads up play. I wonder if that was discussed BEFORE it happened.......you know, like "If your gonna score, drop and we can run the clock out".
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    He hurt his thumb today. Not sure how bad, but it's his throwing thumb, so that's good news for us. He's a great qb, but you could see the injury affected him today.
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    Cowboys lost, and the packers won, it was a pretty good sunday.
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    I wrote this in the postgame thread, but it shoulda been here, so...



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    I wish I could have seen the game here. Instead I had to watch the Lions get pounded. Let's see if Romo can play with a hurt thumb like Favre did.
    After what I heard of the game today I don't think he can. Time will tell.
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    I think he was like 13 of 36 or something. Looks like "Favre JR." can't play with that injury!
    Hopefully he will collapse the last 2 games, and allow us to take HF advantage!
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    Goes to show ya that SOME players do pay attention and are not selfish in certain situations

    ** wonder if that is my own thought, or did I find this in an article somewhere **
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    he was playing poorly before he hurt the thumb. it's possible that he was just having a bad day, and the thumb injury made it worse. i don't want to get my hopes up and end up disappointed, but an injured Tony Romo would definitely make my Christmas a little brighter!
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    As much as I would like to rest some people and be even more ready for the post-season, trying to win out and get home-field throughout works for me as well.
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    Yeah. That was a unbelievable heads up play by Westbrook. As I said, I would have scored. When I played, all I cared about was getting into the end zone. To be able to have that poise during a live play with the game on the line, amazing.
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    if if's and buts were candy and nuts...

    had the pack beat dallas, today's results would have secured HFA throughout for the pack (dallas 11-3, pack 13-1 w/ tie breaker).

    Oh well, it makes the next two weeks more entertaining.
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    Pressure is on Dallas right now. A lot of it.

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