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I just got here but need to get this off my chest

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by TheOnlyMeIKnow, Jan 31, 2012.

  1. 13 Times Champs
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    Rodgers got to complacent.
    Rodgers isn't a good leader.
    He can't play from behind and doesn't handle adversity well.

    Poster # 2...That would be me. ;)

    Largely because of him they achieved a 15-1 record.
    He threw for 4,643 yards sitting out a game and 45 TD's
    Defense was last in the league.

    Someone needs a Dr. Phil intervention.
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    Rodgers is a great leader and if you listen to his radio show he says that he will not humiliate any of his players.
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    Strangely, this is a good loss for the Packer's... meaning Rodger's is pissed... He has now become the "Leader" of that team... once and for all!!!
    Listened to him on Rome's show today about the Pro Bowl... he was pissed at his team mates because they didn't play... ok it's the Pro Bowl, no one plays hard, they collect their cash, have a week in the sun and go home.

    15-1, getting kicked at home doesn't seem to sit so well with him.

    Mark my words, you will see a very different Rodger's next year.
    You will see the greatest display of QB play anyone has ever seen!!
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    Rodgers IS a leader!

    Jesus, he was ON THE MONEY most of that game! It's so easy to blame the quarterback since you all love to rehash memories "Gee Favre was awful back then" but remember what you say about Rodgers playing poorly in that game when he would scramble to pick up first downs with his legs. And don't forget how angry he got when Finley dropped that 3rd down pass that was right on the money, and sealed the game for New York. People are too quick to say he was not trying or playing badly, he did his best with what he had. it's not his fault no one wants to catch the ball because they are scared they're going to get hit too hard (and that is 75% of the time the problem with Finley, when he knows the defensive back is a hard hitter, he'll drop it)

    What I seen from Rodgers was a quarterback that put his body in risk to get first downs with his legs and he played his heart out. If anyone wanted to win that game the most it was him. He threw the most beautiful passes that our wide receivers dropped after they got on the pre gam show and bragged about how great they were.
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    Wow really?

    Some Favre fans saying Rodgers isnt a leader..

    You said Rodgers isnt a leader

    Hence it sounded like a post on Bretts forum

    Do I need to spell it out more?
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    Well, I hear Luck is a super nice guy who has "Tebow like leadership" qualities. Except he can throw too.

    As for Aaron, I sense he is the least of the Packers concerns lol. He is fine.
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    Oh Dear Lord is there really a Favre forum? I sense there will be a Peyton one soon. Maybe they can merge together?
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    Yes there is and you have to worship the almighty Brett Favre over there.
    If you type one bad word about him, one good word about the Packers or even if they suspect that you like the Packers even a little bit in the Rodgers era, you may get banned. (That may be an exaggeration, but not much of one.)
    It's mainly to love Favre and hate Ted Thompson and the current Packers.
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    Be careful what you wish for! All we need is for them to join forces and they will destroy the world!
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    I couldn't agree more with all of you with your posts supporting Aaron and/or said it any better! I don't want to reset another Favre vs Rodgers feud, but I can't imagine any Packer fan thinking Aaron is not a team leader after what he has accomplished since following Favre . We had a makeshift O line for most of the season which resulted in our not having a great running game, we lost an outstanding defensive player in Collins and our defense was obviously not as good as last year, yet, Rodgers skillfully {with few picks} engineered this offense to a 15 win season. We just had a horrible game vs the Giants! Upsets are a part of sports. This is a very bitter pill to swallow knowing we won't be playing for #5 this Sunday, but it just gives me more incentive to look forward to next season and get back to the SB again. And I wouldn't want anybody but Aaron behind center to lead us back.
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    Oh dear. I am starting to sense a bit of this from some Colts fans too.

    And I love your new sig description. Brady on the slide really fits with ANY occasion!
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    Rodgers put his heart and effort into that game when no one else did. Just like that Wild Card game against the cards Rodgers put the team on his back that game and came with in 1 play of winning.

    Rodgers ran for first downs. I feel bad for him when he throws a perfect pass and no one catches it. Driver was the only guy besides Rodgers on the team that day that wanted to win.

    OP sounds like a BF poster from the OBF board.
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    There's a Brett Forum? :eek: I liked him when he was a Packer but then I grew to hate him. I once was in love with a cute little 6th grade girl too, but alas that little beoitch cheated on me as well.
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    What's the web address to this "Brett Forum"....sounds like it'd be funny to check it out.
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    Just wondering, do they drink a lot of Kool-aid there??
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    One other thing I realized to mention about the OBFF. (Official Bret Favre Forum.)
    You have to sign up as a member even to just look and read the messages.
    That's how paranoid and freakish they are.

    LOL
    Yeah, they sure seem to.
    We think there might even be lurkers from the OBFF reading here on this site.
    (Hi guys! Aaron Rodgers is a better man that BrINT Fail. That is fact not opinion. Just thought you should know. Now go back to your big punch bowl of Kool Aid but only after you kiss BrINT's jock strap. Again.)
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    There are some lurkers....
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    Do you think the OP of this thread is one?
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    You guys are a trip! I post my thoughts opinions, feelings, beliefs and knowledge in this post, and what 2 days later y'all have made it about Favre. Get over it! Ted forced him out, he went to Minnesota, and went to the NFC Championship the year Aaron fumbled in Arizona. Just get over it already! That wasn't even THIS decade!
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    You do come across as more of a Brett Fart fan than a Packers one.
    Your the ONLY one here who is still doing this much screaming, crying and whining about the Packers playoff loss to the Giants.
    The majority of us are over it and ready to move on.
    We love our Packers.
    Do you?
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    FACEMASK!!! FACEMASK!!!!!!!
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    As clear as day.
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    Atleast your being honest about your intentions.

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