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For all you starks lovers

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by Wood Chipper, Dec 1, 2010.

  1. ivo610
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    by now he has to have 125, 150 total yards right?
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    that offensive line is terrible today. even adrian peterson would have problems
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    And a FEW people said it was the line, but no one listened
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    i agree
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    Incubes12 Bay Harbor Butcher?

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    Yeah, it's true, but what's the use in "I told you so." Why is it that no matter how many years go by with a ****** Oline, TT can't seem to fix it? Say what you will about his drafting, it's on him now to build that line this year. It's the one thing holding us from a SB, and it's a damn big thing. It got Rodgers 2 concussions this year, it ruined our backups' run game, and it never gets better. We simply can't do anything against a good defensive front.
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    To say I told you so, is that sometimes people dont listen to other options..This is a reminder that they do not have the answers either
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    Rodgers got himself the concussion today. should have slid, and he didnt.
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    ugh this has ruined my day. i havent felt like this since the bears loss
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    i honestly felt like he thought he needed to carry the team cuz noone could run or catch or block
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    Wow...Starks...*cough*
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    Yeah, but "I told you so" isn't going to change that.
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    Starks sure delivered...In all honesty I place the majority of the blame on the O-Line.
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    starks baby!
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    Larry Czonka was the name that most quickly came to mind.

    Antonio Freeman was another.
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    i love his speed
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    I love that he runs through arm tackles, and cuts to find the hole.
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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CeavpAliFy4&feature=related]YouTube - James Starks Breaking Patrick Willis Tackle[/ame]
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    I think Starks might be the guy next year. Either way, I'm not concerned with his upright running style (ala Dickerson, Allen, Riggins, George, etc) because he does a good job of getting his pads down prior to contact. I love that he also showed some of what he can do in the passing game today. He's a keeper.
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    Grant is still the starter but we could end up giving starks more attempts and almost got 50-50 60-40-or 70-30 rather than what it was before 99-1
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    Wouldn't be surprised to see Grant gone. Coming off a big injury to make big bucks doesn't seem like a wise decision.
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    If Harrel was still on the team at end of the season Grant isnt being moved
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    I really think next year, its still Grant's position to lose. GB seems like such loyal team, and his seniority will give him the start. How long he stays is really up to how productive he is. He'll have to do better than 3ypc next year to keep the spot,no doubt.
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    Wow players would hate you. He got hurt this year, get rid of him. He has put up back to back 1200 yard seasons. Starks has put up 1 game and you are ready to get rid of him and give the starting role to starks it. I think starks will be good but you need to be reasonable
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    ya i love me some James Starks, But I also love Ryan Grant, and he definitely deserves to stay in the lead role going into next year.

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