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Bucs vs. Packers - Preview and Analyzation

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by Pittman4Two, Sep 23, 2005.

  1. IPBprez

    IPBprez Cheesehead

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    Same here, Ditto! This should be one heck of a game! I can't wait. :wink:
     
  2. IPBprez

    IPBprez Cheesehead

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    I think we all follow your thinking as a general rule, but I wouldn't have added what I underlined in your comment... "Our Team" hails from a small town, which (I think) is also smaller than Tampa Bay... The Packers buck convention by selling stock to their Fans, which no other Team will even consider much less attempt... and that's even when they're trying to build a new Stadium.. Examples would be the new Stadiums for the Colts and the Vikings... AND THAT is where I get somewhat tee'd off with the Owners - they "should" allow the fans to participate in the House that belongs to their team(s) - yet they refuse to do so.... except where they can pull off forced taxation, that is... Be interesting to hear your banter on that thought.

    ALL FANS who are "diehard" fans.. all try to "prove" their fandom.. End of discussion.

    Around Indy, here with our Club, I constantly hear from the Colts fans that Cheeseheads should just go back where they came from.... Which is lacking in hospitality... I grew up around Indy and we were always taught that Hoosier Hospitality was top-notch... but ever since I moved away (military) after High School and then lived in Wisconsin for almost 15 years.. I've learned all about Wisconsin Hospitality and it is much more generous than any other I can think of.... I cite that NFL.com article by Phil Sims as proof!

    Bucs 3-0 reminds me of Vikefan and we're glad to see other fans of other teams stopping by all the time...

    Welcome aboard!
     
  3. Bucs3-0

    Bucs3-0 Cheesehead

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    Vikefan actually was on the Bucs message board earlier and recommended this site. Funny you should mention him. Forced taxation, the Tampa Bay was allowed to vote on a tax increase to raise money for the stadium, I for one voted for that increase because I wanted to keep our squad. RJS will never have the mystique of Lambeau EVER, but it is a hell of a stadium and a fun place to watch the game. I agree these greedy owners should allow the fans to buy stock of their favorite team, but they won't. As far as Wisconsin hospitality, I wouldn't know but, I am sure it is great considering the quality of the fans that I have interacted with here in Tampa. One question, isn't it great to have football back? I look forward to the next Sunday starting Monday. I love talking football. I think I might stick around this board for awhile. Not as much smack, just intellegent football talk with the exception of a few.
     
  4. IPBprez

    IPBprez Cheesehead

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    Having the NFL back is like a 6 month fix.... intravenous.... ride that wave!
     
  5. SuperRat

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    I am a huge packer fan myself, and will never give up on them if they do bad, im just saying that it is annoying when fans have the mentality that their team is infallible and will always be infallible. I am realistic and like looking at the games objectively not just being like the packers will win because they are the packers and are awesome. Of course i am always going to root for the packers to win but when it comes to looking ahead and analyzing, which the first post in this thread did not do, it should be more objective. Also about the Bucs d-line yeah they held mcgahee to very few yards but the bills didn't give him the ball. He had like 15ish carries, so he didn't have many chances to produce. If the packers play this game right, they have 3 above average running backs that should be able to run it effectively. Also the packers offensive line is better than the bills. Especially if they put Barry at tight end some. The only thing im really worried about with the packers is the secondary. They are really young and are showing their inexperience, but hopefully they will get better the more they play.
     
  6. big3

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    From a person who doesn't care about the bucs and hates the packers I think I can give a fair prediction on the game. One of two things will happen. Either the packers will use this game to get back on track like they did against the lions last year, and it will be a big Green Bay victory, or they will continue to struggle but their defense will keep them in them game and Tampa will win by just a few points. I hope the packers injure alot of bucs though because we have to play them the following week.
     
  7. rabidgopher04

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    One of 2 things will happen: the Packers will win or the Bucs will lose. ;)
     
  8. IPBprez

    IPBprez Cheesehead

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    Agreed - I'll be watching the Line of Scrimmage all throughout the game...
    Hopefully, no one gets injured.
     

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