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Post-Game Thread: Packers Beat Rams

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by wpr, Dec 16, 2007.

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    unless Gurode is hurt badly
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    I'm kind cheering for the Skins so they'll have more to play for when they play Dallas
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    Okay cool ... they are my "home team" so that will be fun then
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    Yeah, I just wish he hadn't gained 156 overrated yards and scored that overrated touchdown against the Packers.
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    NUGGET ALERT LOL
    I found it interesting for as much as Brett hates domes he broke both records in dome stadiums. Also as much as he's struggled in them I was trying to think of his last dome loss and figured he's won possibly his last 5 or 6 dome games in a row but I'd have to look it up
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    we lost in dallas a few weeks ago...
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    I don't count it as a dome but maybe everyone else does
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    Dallas doesn't play in a dome.

    The thing about Favre not playing well in domes was always a little overblown anyway. The Vikings used to play the Packers tough at home, and so did the Lions, when they were a halfway decent team. Some other dome teams like the Colts, Rams, and Seahawks usually played well at home too, against everyone.

    Now things have changed. And of course Favre won the biggest game of his life, Super Bowl 31, in a dome.
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    I heart Nugget Alerts.

    NUGGET ALERT! (from nfl.com)
    So despite playing in a dome, it was really Lambeau. Or "Lambeau South" as one sign read hung on the first row.

    I love being a packer fan.
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    The run blocking was not so hot, but I thought the pass blocking was pretty good. Favre was never sacked, and he managed to complete 19 of 30 passes even though several passes were off target, which was mostly not the O-line's fault.
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    i actually thought the run blocking was decent, but they crashed the line so hard it kind of forced us to pass. i thought the line did a fine job, and i'm banking on continued improvement with Coston at Guard.
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    You're probably right about that. It did seem like the Rams were going all-out at the line of scrimmage. If the Pack had run the ball more, Grant may have popped one for a long TD, but they didn't need to do that because the passing game is so good.
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    WOW... so proud
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    the scorboard said blowout, but my mind said frustrated all game long...This is a good thing i suppose that we can dominate a game pretty much with Special Teams, huge improvements there
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    it certainly goes to show how important special teams are.
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    We left alot of points on the field. That said, we still whupped them!
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    it sure does bozz......


    pack-rams

    1st Downs 16 21
    Passing 227 191
    Possession 23:36 36:24
    Rushing 52 173
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    What do you consider their stadium then?

    I've never personally been able to put my finger on it. I mean, its a dome, but its got a huge *** opening in the middle of it and it has fake grass or astroturf, whatever its called. Carpet?
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    God's toilet
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    Hey Ryan,
    you should set up a whole section for Nuggets Alerts. With a little flashing light and a cute little midi sound to go with ...
    Never mind that was one of the lamest stunts I have seen one of the networks do during a game.
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    precisely
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    Post of the day! ;) :lol:
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    How many times have we heard that this year? Seems like every away game we play the Packer fans are there in force. Either there are more Packer fans than anyone imagines in every city in the U.S. or we travel better and are more loyal than any other teams fans. Either way I have to say that Packer fans are the best fans in football. Who's Americas team? We are obviously. Cowgirls can keep that title (who needs it) as long as we can keep our Packers.

    GO PACK GO!!!!
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    - Atari Bigby :D
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    Tiger, we know thats what you said your BF last night...silly guy!

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