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Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by packedhouse01, Nov 6, 2005.

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    first and goal after a penalty and then we take a time out on third down and proceed to get two penalties and then another great call in protection and Favre fumbles the ball. It's the 8th game we've played and we still make these types of mistakes. I'm absolutely baffeled.
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    what is going on here? whats the problem here
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    Brett seems to be having trouble w/ the wind. He's been badly overthrowing ppl, esp. Bubba when they had 1st and goal at the 2.

    Like you said, ppl need to get their head out of their butts...2 consecutive false starts is inexcusable.
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    still there is no excuse for this.
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    Two more penalties on one play, running into the kicker, blocking in the back and then on the next play, holding offensive line. We must have practiced really hard this week to be this ready.
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    The thing is that these mistakes aren't just physical. They're mental mistakes which kind of indicates that their heads just aren't in the game. Does this sound familiar?
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    Another penalty. I think that's six in the first half alone.
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    nice job longwell...was that the hold AGAIN?!?
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    I think he just pushed it. It's just so typical of the way this team has played all year. Basically what I see is a huge lack of focus and that has been there all year long. I'm not talking about all the injuries, I'm talking about mistake up on mistake that I believe comes when you don't have your head in the game. Sherman just made some stupid comment about fixing things and coming out and playing a heck of a second half. I hope that's the case
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    Ya, Sherm really sounded convincing making that "we'll fix a few things" remark.
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    Who cares what he said to the reporter? It's what he says in the locker room that matters. We'll see what the 2nd half brings.

    Hopefully they'll fix those mistakes and be able to finish off drives with a TDs.
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    I wonder if these illegal shifts are coming as a result of all the new players? That was another tough call.
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    Hey, finally a great drive ends in a TD.
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    EXCELLENT DRIVE! They kept trying to defeat themselves, but perservered and scored!
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    They played a heck of a 3rd quarter but after the TD it all came to an end.
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    If they're making mental mistakes Packed..because their "heads aren't in the game.." then who's responsibility is it to make sure that their heads are in the game?

    Sure sounds like someone's losing this team....
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    Did you watch that game? Those guys played their hearts out out there. This is not in any way indicative of a coach who has lost the team. The Steelers are better end of story. Batch being in there gave us a shot, but we were simply overmatched today.
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    Steelers were just a plain good team.
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    TO, you are right. From here on out, Pack will be overmatched facing other teams. MS has this team giving it there all, but with the talent they have left after injuries, their all isn't that much. This team is still one good draft away from contending once again.
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    You're last statement is true. Such is the state of the NFL. Guess we're putting a lot of stock in TT.
    Hammer

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