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Hats off to Aaron Rodgers

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by Zombieslayer, Nov 30, 2007.

  1. Zombieslayer

    Zombieslayer Cheesehead

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    It needs to be said. Rodgers looked fantastic. Loved his scrambling. Loved his coolness. He made a few mistakes, but to come off the bench and look that good, I'm feeling much better than I did a week ago after Favre retires.
     
  2. tromadz

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    Aaron Rodgers, you are ridiculous!

    you are my weekly MVP and you deserve it, kid!
     
  3. WinnipegPackFan

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    Aaron looked good, real good. I think we have great depth with him at QB in the future,

    Cheers !!!
     
  4. Greg C.

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    He looked just as good as he did in the preseason. He kept the Packers in the game. But hopefully Favre is okay and back in top form for next week's game. He's got ten days to prepare for it.
     
  5. Zombieslayer

    Zombieslayer Cheesehead

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    And I agree with all three of your awards.
    I hope those refs all get STDs.
     
  6. jessefly

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    i agree....aaron had a better game then brett was ever going to....he prolly woulda kept going deep into double coverage if he was still in
     
  7. rabidgopher04

    rabidgopher04 Cheesehead

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    Rodgers has an arm comparable to Favre. He was throwing pretty hard when he first came into the game.
     
  8. all about da packers

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    A-Rod deserves a huge hand. He kept his cool, and kept us in the game. He really has matured, and in his first extended action when a game really matters, he did great.

    A-Rod, and our entire team for that matter, gave it all they had. You can't fault them for lack of effort.
     
  9. packedhouse01

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    I said this early in Rogers career that I thought he'd be good. He is good.
     
  10. Zombieslayer

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    My buddy's mother is a Cal Alumni and watches every game. I'm sure I'll hear from her "I told you so" when she was hyping how good Rodgers was to me a few years back.

    The other cool thing is Rodgers is from Chico, California, where I'll be retiring in 30 years. Great to see a hometown kid look this good in the NFL.
     
  11. Pack93z

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

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    Aaron played excellent tonight, without a doubt showed a glipse of very bright future. Got us back into the game..
     
  12. FromIrving

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    I personally was very impressed with Aaron Rodgers. Green Bay is set for years long after Favre is retired.
     
  13. BlueMoose

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    I was impressed. The boy can definitely play.
     
  14. Packnic

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    TT sucks
     
  15. cheesey

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    Yup........to come in cold, under that pressure and to play like that gives me hope for the future.
    I wonder if Favre's consecutive streak ends now?
     
  16. FromIrving

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    I doubt it, Favre has come back from MUCH worse.
     
  17. porky88

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    At the very least we have to be optimistic about Rodgers. Now Favre is this teams QB head and shoulders but it's always nice to know that we have a starting caliber player behind him.
     
  18. Packnic

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    #12

    Sean Salisbury said... Aaron had a calming affect and thats so freakin true.

    Brett went away from the short passes and tried to go deep every god dang play and it hurt us.

    Aaron stuck to the game plan hit his under routes and moved the football.

    Then Sean said the Packers have a true QB controversy. Then i remembered this is the same stupid dick that used to comment on Battle Bots. yes Battle Bots.



    All im saying is... Brett stick to the scheme and the coaching and we will win games with you. thats it. just do it.
     
  19. tromadz

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    #12

    Brett has the skills to go deep, but he needs to reign it in and make smart decisions when to do so, like NOT when you're getting tackled. The underneath route was there all year and guys would run after the catch, yet he...forgot that this week. Maybe next week!

    Aaron Rodgers rocks my socks.
     
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    #12

    lol battle bots..... that put a smile on my face :)
     
  21. DakotaT

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    Re: #12

    I wonder how the Bear, Viking, and Lions fans enjoyed the little prequel for the next 10 years. It has to really suck to be a fan of those teams.
     
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    Re: #12

    It was great to see Rodgers do so well. I hope he shut all of the haters up. I had to debate with many Rodgers haters over the last few years, it was getting tiring.
     
  23. cowboyuptx

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    You have every right to feel optimistic, I would be! Rodgers played great tonight! This is good news for Romo, since he's such a big Packers fan! :wink:

    Speaking of Romo.... Rodgers' game tonight reminded me very much of Tony Romo's first real game action... We lost that game too, but Romo gave us a spark and made some plays. Rodgers made some really big plays, while not making any real bad ones... Overall, very impressive.

    Future looks bright! 8)
     
  24. yooperfan

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    Rodgers is ready to go when his time comes.
    The Packers sufferred from the coaching staff going away fro what we have done best over the 1st 11 games, you can't blame Brett for that. They went back to it after Rodgers came into the game and he performed well.
     
  25. Green_Bay_Packers

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    Seeing as i forget to record the game :( the stas looked like he played well after replacing Favre
     

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