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Official Game Day Thread: Lions @ Packers - 10/3: WIN 28 - 26

Discussion in 'Game Day Archive' started by ivo610, Sep 29, 2010.

  1. longtimefan
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    yeah i am kit..the sound is all screwed up...they have an echo
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    PIT is a solid team with a Pro Bowl caliber QB and was on their home field. I know PIT wasn't at their best last season but they played that game like it were their Super Bowl. I also liked how Aaron Rodgers and our offense never folded. Had we played against PIT like we played today we'd have lost by 20+.

    DET and a backup QB rolled over our D today. Maybe I expected too much from them in this game since they're 3-41 since 2007 and they hadn't won a road game against GB since... 1991? I don't get too riled up over early season games since all you really need to do is play .500ish throughout the first 12 games of the season and then get on a hot streak... But that was a very bad performance by GB that I really didn't expect and the only team they were beating today was Detroit.

    They won though, so...:detsux:
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    I wish people would not say Hill is a backup

    I seen both him and Stafford play and for me Hill is better

    2009 he was 3-2 as a starter for niners

    2008 was 5-3 as the starter

    Did you not see him play vs the Bears this year? Stafford in they looked horrible, Hill comes in and they should won the game
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    Was nice to see the Pack end it through running the ball.
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    I disagree. Jackson is very shifty. I think he is being used improperly. M3 needs to adjust his game plan to the talents of Jackson. Instead he hasnt changed anything and is expecting Jackson to be a one cut hit the hole and hopefully bounce off defenders for extra yards like they use Grant for.
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    Well on the bright side, our special teams had a slightly better day, though a short punt is the second worst thing next to a returned punt for td. We were sloppy but less flags, and just for that we improved. Hope we get things situated for our next game. GO PACKERS>
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    At least we have a win in our division rather than being 0-2 :D
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    lol that was one game where he got injured....... Stafford has looked really good, I woudl take stafford over cutler or tavaris jackson right now... And i woudl take anyone over shaun hill.
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    Don't forget two fumbles by Nelson. Special teams was reeking, again.
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    Clearly, that's why he manages to get tackled by the first tackler just about every time he touches the ball.
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    Jackson shifty??? I've seen a back that runs to the hole that was diagrammed on the board because that is where he is supposed to go. I do not recall him ever making a cutback. He usually runs straight in to his blockers. When the hole is large enough to get through he will get run down from behind. He is not a break away threat but any stretch. Good back for a 3 yards and a cloud of dust offense or to take a swing pass for a first down but he isn't a threat to take it to the house.

    :detsux:
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    so much for dominating

    jeez they almost blew it!

    :detsux:
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    I think we have to give credit to the Lions for bringing their best to the game. I hope they win their next one, and hopefully demolish the Bears and Vikings, along with the Packers. The other thing to think about is have the Packers been behind? I mean sometimes you need to light a fire when you are behind and win it. Maybe the Packers just get overconfident and get so far and then wait to catch up. Its a very bad strategy.
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    It was a horrible game by the Packers today, but the Pack still go the win. The horrible performance today coupled with a Bears loss should light a fire under the Packers.

    No more excuses. Time to live up to the hype. Packers need to make a statement against the Skins.

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