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all time lineup

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by ivo610, Mar 19, 2011.

  1. OldSchoolFan

    OldSchoolFan Cheesehead

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    As far as TE's go, I have never seen one as good as the great Ron Kramer. But then again, I am old school...
     
  2. GreenBayGal

    GreenBayGal Cheese Goddess

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    I think Favre's greatness is measured in his extended career and numerous game starts. His flaws clouded by his accomplishments. When you're in the league as long as he was, there are bound to be records broken, be them good OR bad. I have personally lost all respect for the guy however, will agree that he was fun to watch.
     
  3. LAG

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    Like it has been said, I'd rather have a player whom is effective under pressure in the big games, than a regular season stat boy.
     
  4. neilfii

    neilfii Hall of Fame Fan

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    I would also agree with "fun to watch." There isn't a thrill ride in any amusement park that had more ups and downs, thrills and chills, or blood pressure raising excitement than Favre.
     
  5. Helmets

    Helmets Cheesehead

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    For the love of the one bar mask and the glasses underneath, where is Chester?

    willie Buchanon as my nickel back.
     

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