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Packers-Vikings: 2010. I hate the Vikings

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by FrankRizzo, May 5, 2010.

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    You're right Frank--the deserter deserves everything we can hit him with. If the Packers even suggest retiring that SOB's number, I'm turning to soccer.
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    Yes, The Interceptor is tough, to the point where he'll insist on playing when he's hurting the team--us with his thumb years ago, and the Jets in 2008, where his play kept them out of the playoffs. I have visions of Y.A. Tittle when I think of the end, but I'd really love to see the Yikes forced to remove this selfish SOB for bad play-not an injury- at the end of his career. And I hope it's against us when it happens.
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    Oh that would be perfect. I think I would like to see him benched more than I would like to see him injured. At that point you could kiss the season goodbye. He would cry to the media and it would be more of a distraction than TO.

    I hope they never retire his number.
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    Question is, are they better off with a limping Favre, or with Tjax???

    The problem is that, though limping, he'll never play conservative. He'll change a running play to a pass play... With Tjax, you won't win by throwing, something that a limping Favre will. But, with him, you can stick to AP and the running game. But even then there's the risk of fumbling...
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    Yeah, but that's when the tried and true "Just stack the box and force T-Jack to beat you through the air" formula works. We held Peterson to less than 100 yards in both games while trying to avoid selling out the run. I imagine we'll be able to be much more aggressive in stopping the run with T-Jack back there.

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