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Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by longtimefan, Jan 24, 2010.

  1. longtimefan
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    Brett cost them the game?

    correct or no?
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    Probably more so the running backs and fumbles, but his interceptions didn't help, WHO DAT?!
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    yes he did. its nice it wasnt for us for once
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    Yes and no. The play was blown pretty badly, and that defender was out of his sight, but it was a risky throw.

    Plus he was playing on an injured leg. I think Chilly was pretty stupid for asking him to throw there.


    But now with brett out i can say:

    :viksux:
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    I agree 100%.

    Though AP had his fumbles... That last interception in regulation was just plain stupid. A pass across your body?? Even I know better and I only play Madden football.. lol

    Favre should have just tucked the ball and ran with it to give longwell a closer chance at the win.

    They had the game locked up with a FG and Favre did what he does best.... INT.. threw the game away ::searches for INT emoticon::
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    He had pressure on him like no other that game, the Saints threw away a lot of opportunities to put the vikings away. . .Favre made some bad decisions and looked a little frantic, similar to how he looked in a GB uniform when the game started to sway the other way. He composed himself a few times but in the end, finishes another season with an INT. Man he took some hard hits tonight.

    I would never wish harm on Brett, I say things like I want him to get hit and what not but I would not want to see him injured. I just don't want him to carry our rival to a Super Bowl and luckily I dont have to watch that.

    I can finally breath a sigh of relief and enjoy the Super Bowl, I'll be rooting for the Saints because New Orleans deserves a champion but either team is OK in my book. Both respectable.

    Now it's time to put on the flip flops and see if Brett decides to return.

    GO PACK GO!
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    if the OBF peeps say he didnt ( which they al ready are) then Rodgers didnt cost the Packers

    Some comments from there


    you guys are just amazing!!

    Damn hypocrisy, double standards noodle heads
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    Brent's a Loser.
    A post season of throwing game losing INTs, twice now, is nothing to brag about.
    Neither is a 13-11 p.s. record.
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    Man, what a horrible ending to your Career Bert. You tossed your GB legacy and fans to the curb at a chance at another SB. Then you go and revert back to OLD GUNSLINGER and you go and throw it away....again. What is this now, 3 Championships in a row thrown away on dumbass INTs??

    If he retires now, he'll have 0 fans. Except for Jeff Query and Hauschild.

    Vikes can have him.

    OBF peeps are in denial... WOW
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    Facts:

    He's 40 and doesn't have the arm anymore

    He had a bum leg

    So, to make that throw, across his body, it was impossible in those conditions. Back in the day, he makes that.

    But he tried too much out of nothing.

    So it was a bad decision.
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    I am still LOL

    Not from the int but the Favre slobbers saying it was not his fault

    God people reality is calling pick up the phone
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    It's the double standards that drives me nuts!

    He had a mediocre game. It wasn't all his fault that the team lost, no doubt about it. If Tjax is in there, they don't have a better chance of winning.

    But he did hurt the team. And didn't make enough to overcome it.
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    Deja vu

    Ironic if Favre retires this year as a viking, leaving the last pass as an interception in the NFC championship game. Reminds me of a bad memory.

    I'd love to sit between Rodgers and Favre at the Pro-Bowl game.

    Fun to see Darren Sharper galloping with the NFC Champion trophy.

    GO SAINTS!!!
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    Wouldnt hav mattered what Childress called... Brent woulda called what he wanted too out there
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    T-jax is garbage. I'm with you, Favre didnt single handedly get them into the situation. But he did single handedly blow a 50 yard attempt for Longwell.
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    Clearly you're new in here.

    It wasn't his fault. His defense couldn't stop them, and his players kept fumbling. And there was the refs.

    However, it was all Rodgers fault, for not shaking that defender off of his facemask and throwing that ball away... Just when his defense was being able to stop Warner to mere 5 tds and 87% completions, and his running game was netting an incredible 89 yards and 0 points.
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    Duh its always A-Rods fault...never ever ever ever will be Brents
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    Well the play favre got pick off on, rice turned up field he didnt want to get smacked by that linebacker. In saying that favre thaught rice would lay his life on the line and he didnt. Favre shouldnt have thrown that. I dont think it was soley on favre.
    To many fumbles, you cant turn it over like that in championship game.
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    still lol!!!
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    I doubt anyone asked him to throw it there. He came up with that bright idea all by himself.
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    I can't say that the loss was entirely Brett's fault, but how much does that matter? The fact is that he sold his soul so he could get another ring and now he won't get the chance. Go Pack, Vikings suck, and this season was a waste for Favre. Makes me happy as hell!!!

    Oh and I love how ppl were talking about how the '07 NFC Championship game was not his fault, but wait, I think I'm starting to see a pattern. People can make as many excuses as they want for Bert but the fact is he's lost 2 Champ games in the past 3 years and in both he's thrown an INT in his last posession.
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    Good God DAMN that was fun to watch.

    Favre getting pasted, AD fumbling like it was going out of style, the city of New Orleans erupting like i've never seen before. Great day of football.

    I cannot express with words how happy I am not to have to endure 2 weeks of Favre/Super Bowl talk.
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    Double standards is right! BrINT can't be blamed for everything, but Rodgers lost the game for the Pack. It's insane how people cannot even admit that Brent did a few bad things that could have lead to the loss.
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    Hey, correct me if I am wrong, but he could have ran on that play for the 1st down right?
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    He could have at least gotten it into FG range for a Longwell try. IDK if he could have ran for the 1st down.

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