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Bret Retire NOW

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by starpass, Jan 21, 2008.

  1. BlueMoose

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    Brady threw THREE picks in the AFC championship game. He needs to retire.
     
  2. IronMan

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  3. Cal2GreenBay

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    Talk to Brady when he's 38 and in the way of his 24 year old
    successor and throws the game losing interception to go to the superbowl
    and possibly beat that 3 interception Brady.

    Those girls in the bikin picture w/rolls definitely need to retire.
     
  4. IronMan

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    Wow, now you bash the Bikini Girls. You must be a miserable person. Have fun watching Favre next year.
     
  5. Cal2GreenBay

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    I live in sunny NORTHERN(southern is silicon ladies) california with beautiful women. What's to be miserable about?

    Have fun in your ZERO degree weather and watching Favre throw interceptions to blow games too. But it's the team's fault.

    They should retire.
     
  6. ElleBlue

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    There's silicone ladies in NORTHERN Cali too. It's not the "organic" state they portray themselves to be.
     
  7. de_real_deal

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    Excellent post. I dont even need to write anything now.
     
  8. de_real_deal

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  9. Cal2GreenBay

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    Yeah. They should retire. Silicon blows up in zero degree weather.
    Women need a certain degree of body fat to survive it.

    Back to topic:

    Anyone gonna teach Ryan Grant how to run in cold weather?
    And no he doesn't need to retire. He's not 38 and doesn't throw
    interceptions.
     
  10. de_real_deal

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    Can someone please delete this thread in case Favre reads the boards. I read that he was going to retire a couple of years ago, partly because the fans turned on him and he lost confidence. Lets delete this one.
     
  11. Cal2GreenBay

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    Talk to Brady when he's 38 and in the way of his 24 year old
    successor and throws the game losing interception to go to the superbowl
     
  12. Cal2GreenBay

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    Doubt it. Unlike his fans, Brett Favre's got a thick skin and isn't
    overreactive.
     
  13. ElleBlue

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    :lol: Don't get me wrong, Cal. I love San Francisco. It is a really cool city and I found everyone to be friendly. Sausalito (sp?) and Santa Cruz were nice too.
     
  14. de_real_deal

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    Brady will not last that long. Guaranteed.
     
  15. Zombieslayer

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    Brady threw 3 INTs in the CG. He sucks. He should retire now.
     
  16. Cal2GreenBay

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    No problem Elle..it's all in good fun
     
  17. Cal2GreenBay

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    Talk to Brady when he's 38 and in the way of his 24 year old
    successor and throws the game losing interception to go to the superbowl

    Groundhog day in here?
     
  18. trippster

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    Oh, I see it with clarity.

    I see that someone wants the team to replace a guy who just this past season threw for nearly 4,000 yds, had the highest (i think) completion of his 17 years, and one of the highest QB ratings he ever has had and put in a guy who has played a whole half of football. (I will disregard the broken foot game from the year before). yeah, makes sense to me....

    Who cares about age? It is not how old are you, it is how good are you. We have Rodgers to step in, so I would say the future is set, but this is now. When Young retired, they got a guy named Garcia.....went to probowl his first year I believe.

    favre has not cost Aaron anything. Had we not taken him he would have fallen to the second round and the $$ would be even less. Not to mention the schooling he has gotten from one of the best.

    Why would you replace "the man" with someone who MIGHT be "the man"? It just does not make sense. If the packers struggled this year I would agree with you. However, no one and I mean NO ONE gets rid of the QB that led them (sometimes carried) to within 3 points of the Superbowl and does it for the sake of the "future"

    Could it be that you just have your "Cal Bears" blinders on..?
     
  19. Pack93z

    Pack93z You retired too? .... Not me. I'm in my prime

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    Listen here Pal... Personally if Rodgers has an ounce of your traits... I say trade him as soon as possible... I really don't have a need for bigoted I live a better life than your life fans.

    Don't like Favre or want him to retire.. so be it, post your opinion and say your peace.

    But once you start running your mouth and degrading people based on their locale, I say the hell with you and your biased opinions on Rodgers.

    Comprehend that my friend.
     
  20. IronMan

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  21. Cal2GreenBay

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    Revisionist history is so great.

    The 49ers went through 2 losing seasons before Garcia came about
    and that's because he didn't get exposure to the game and Garcia
    even complained that Young was not really helping him in anyway.

    To go back to the packers drafting Rodgers as an argument is weak.

    The point is they drafted him and he's sitting and eating his escalator clause.

    "THE MAN" just threw the game losing interception. "The MAN"
    threw w/a lot of yards but wasn't able to pull the magic that he used to do in his earlier years.

    As stated earlier. Favre was the x-factor and magician who bailed out a lot of flawed Packer teams w/his heroics.
    He's a good stat guy still (i.e. Peyton Manning)...but Favre cannot
    overcome a teams deficiencies anymore (i.e. Peyton Manning).

    If you'd ask T.T. I bet you he will admit his young team was not "built"
    for Brett Favre. It's (bear with me..I know this is apples and oranges to a degree) w/Barry Bonds. Bonds was so dominant, so magical, that
    the team just had to keep in there as long as he was producing
    while mortgaging their long term future. And he took them to a world series. But they finally cut ties w/him.

    Favre is not "the man" but the "stat man" now w/the offense MM has built.

    You replace the "stat man" who used to be the "man" so you can see if the
    younger lion can become the "man" so the PACK doesn't suffer
    any more losing seasons.

    SO WHEN do you pull the trigger then.
    Let's pose that question.

    You tell ME. When should this happen?
     
  22. trippster

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    not trying to pick on you Cal...but Ryan can't run through walls and that is all he had Sunday night. No holes whatsoever.

    If you recall, he did pretty well (201yds) the week before in cold and snow.
     
  23. Cal2GreenBay

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    Um..PAL?
    There's way more degrading of people about MY locale on here than vice versa.

    And you think Favre opinionators on here are unbiased?
    Anybody who's got an INKLING of less than 100% Favre support
    is labeled biased.

    WOW...

    Amazing. But hey..it's all based on YOUR needs and what YOU'VE got time for. Sounds unbiased.
     
  24. Cal2GreenBay

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    Trip. That's for getting back on topic.
    Yes, but we need consistency from Grant. We need him to produce week in and week out on the surface. He did do well the week before but that was also against Seattle's very light d-line.

    The Giants line is more premier and we needed him to show up then.
    That way Brett wouldn't be forced into difficult throws.

    Manning made very "safe" throws and we didn't allow Favre the same chance.

    Thanks for the post.
     
  25. Pack93z

    Pack93z You retired too? .... Not me. I'm in my prime

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    Wait that would be a team effort to block up front would it?

    Or the fact the the reciever rounded off the route without selling the inside at all so the CB could get a jump?

    Or the fact the Buress owned the Packers D all night long, and couldn't get themselves off the field, not a team effort you say.

    Yep all boils down to the age of the QB.

    Maybe if he lived in Northern California it would all be different, yep that is the ticket.
     

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