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(OFFICIAL) Packers vs Rams game comments/thoughts...

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by showgirl, Oct 8, 2006.

  1. Cory
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    Where was this? You may be right I'm not saying you aren't, but was it shown on the replay?
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    Re: what a way to lose

    Tauscher screwed up and got beat at what GB is paying him to do. Colledge dove on the ball and it just popped out. While Colledge should of recovered it Tauscher made the bigger football mistake. Little schooled him all the way. It was a mixture of Tauscher getting owned. Favre not getting rid of the ball early and Colledge not recovering the fumble.
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    Re: what a way to lose

    You're absolutely right I know, but I think the Collegde part of it pisses me off the most.
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    If you watched the replay from behind Brett you can see Martin running a seam route wide open and clapping his hands (much like Bubba in the first half).
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    if we wont into ot and the rams got the ball first its almost guarnteed that we would have lost.

    out pass d sucks
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    I missed it. Of course I did leave the room after the play so I didn't see the replay.
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    At least you got a good attitude, I'll try to think positives. "Ifs" will just end up driving me nuts.
    "If "Ifs" and "buts" were cherrys and nuts we'd all have a merry christmas :)
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    I would rather have the chance to stop em to be honest, but to me it's not guaranteed considering our pass defense stuffed the Rams on their last attempt at a drive.
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    Well this is my 1st post, I am from Tampa, and I will not stop wearing the jersey and supporting the pack. Regardless if they lose or win they are still our team, I assume if your on this site your a packer fan. Even tho they lose week after week, I get more and more excited for my trip to Lambeau at the end of the month for the Cardinal's game.
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    I have a comment The pack at wr should look like this

    1 Driver
    2 Jennings
    3 Robinson
    4 Ferguson

    hopefully they will keep Robinson in front of Ferguson if they dont there stupid
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    Hate to disagree but once again we are losing, by 10 this time with nine minutes left on the clock and Brett is forced to try and be the hero again.

    The "game plan" is what has been killing us, time and time again !!!
  12. all about da packers
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    Looking back, actually I'd say the Rams were the better team, and they shot themselves with their constant penalties in the first half.

    If they didn't have half as many penalties, they would have have dominated the first half too IMO.
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    Agree aadp,

    We could have been a lot worse off if it were not for those penalties !!!
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    the Packers seems to lose their concentration totally when they start playing in the second half. No abillity to move the ball on offense whatsoever, they need to friggin concentrate.
  15. all about da packers
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    Honestly, I think its more so the fact that the teams we face fix their mistakes, which expose the Packers and how inexperienced and young we really are.
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    I still can't get over Colledge not falling on the ball. Amazing.
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    I know what you mean. I still can't believe he fell on the top of the ball, and it still squirted out.
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    this ruined my day.

    i still cant stop thinkin about it.
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    A short Rams - Packers highlights video has been uploaded onto the packers.com multimedia section...

    Watching Colledge flounce on that ball is just cringeworthy :cry:
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    After hearing the commentary and seeing the play again it looked as is Favre was getting ready to hit Martin as Martin got open just as Favre got the ball stripped.
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    Almost everyone on the live chat lost it, after the last turnover. I really think we should've at least gotten to overtime.
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    THIS GUY HAS A QUESTION YET TO BE ANSEWRED! WHY IN THE GOOD WORLD OF GREEN BAY WERE THE PACKERS PASSING THE BALL WITH 30 SECONDS LEFT AND IN FG RANGE? Well id like to hear it from MM or whoever made the decision. I was yelling it before the play even happened. Why pass? why pass? oh well. we have a whole nother week to think this one over ;)
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    Um, maybe to score a TD and win the game. Instead of chancing it in OT. Throw the ball and if you don't get it, make a FG.
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    kicking the fg would have been the smarter thing to do gopackgo. their are so many things that could happen and you saw one of the many possiblities. but at the same time its the same thing for a fg.
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    Looking back and knowing what you know now, yes. But you can't make that judgement. Hell, that's like saying everytime we get within range, let's kick a field goal because of the chance of an INT or a fumble. You can't do that. We had 44 seconds. Plenty of time, even to throw a pass and still spike the ball. You play to win the game. You always can fall back onto a FG. What happened was a fluke, and if we are in the same situation next week, I would go for it again.

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