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Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by Skol guy, Oct 25, 2009.

  1. JeffQuery

    JeffQuery Banned Banned

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    At least, have the decency to admit that Favre still 'has it'. Then i might respect some of you guys a little more.
     
  2. longtimefan

    longtimefan Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Ummmmm not the int, wasnt his fault...The fumble..

    Clearly he didnt feel the pressure and that was 7 points he gave them.
     
  3. longtimefan

    longtimefan Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    you need to READ posts instead of skimming..

    Just this week I told skol that Brett is having a MVP year
     
  4. Skol guy

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    the 4 ranked passing offense was held to 175 yards today so tell how us how bad our secondary is fellow hilda braid wearing Viking fan. They lose one game and you act like the season is lost. They outplayed the defending super bowl champs on their turf and we came up short. We all know your not a viking fan so please get real you have fooled nobody. Vikings packers next week will go along way to determine the fate but a loss on the road to an AFC team is expected much like when the pack travels there shortly. Who predicted the Vikings to win at PITT? Nobody so how did this really wreck their season? You clowns are still chaseing us and you act like the packers are the team to beat.LOL Hilarious
     
  5. liljohn5115

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    Favre still is playing at a great level. He has been on top of his game and the vikings being 6-0 definitely is in part of favre's performance. The interception wasnt really one persons fault, Favre could have thrown it a little lower, chester could've caught it.

    As long time said, favre didnt feel the pressure and that led to 7 points the other way. That fumble ended a nice drive that most likely would have put points on the board for the vikings instead of the steelers.

    Overall it was a great game and in the end the victors were pittsburgh, it could've gone either way.
     
  6. JeffQuery

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    I didn't necessarily mean you, LT..

    Some of the other guys here are being a little silly and it makes them sound bitter, and sucking on sour grapes...
     
  7. longtimefan

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    Wow skol someone ELSE claiming you can not understand what you read...

    Are you sensing a pattern?
     
  8. Skol guy

    Skol guy Cheesehead

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    I thought you were at Lambeau today? So where did you watch the vikings Game? Your lying about one or the other. Anyway the pocket collapsed on him and the ball was batted away but I am sure you had a TV right next to you at Lambeau to see that. Same type deal with a guy by the name of Jared Allen but that wasn't Rodgers fault right? Funny how that works since the same results but in one case it was the QB's fault and in the other case it wasn't. Yeah you have us all convinced since if you were at the game like you said you would be I find it hard to believe you saw the vikings game too.
     
  9. longtimefan

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    If you have an issue with them, then report the post..

    We will look at it and act accordingly..

    Packer fan,or non Packer fan if it is warranted we will jump on it
     
  10. longtimefan

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    Show me where I said I was at Lambeau? I know I said Iwas going to be at the Vik Pack game...

    Show me where I claimed Rodgers was not to blame in the Viking game?
     
  11. Skol guy

    Skol guy Cheesehead

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    WTF are you talking about? I have no clue what you are trying to say. So were you at the game or not? Did you watch the vikings game or were you at Lambeau? Stick to your story so we don't get confused. If your going to lie you might as well stick to the same story
     
  12. longtimefan

    longtimefan Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    LOL I have said a few times your reading comprehension is not the best

    And WTF I NEVER said I was going to Lambeau today

    ROFLLLLLLLLL

    Care to show me where I said that
     
  13. ThinkICare

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    It hit him in a hand, but don't make it seem like it was an easy catch. Favre had plenty of time to deliver a soft pass to Taylor with no problems happening(probably). Go back and review the play and get back to me on this or just keep telling yourself it wasn't Favre's fault at all. Why would Taylor knock it down? He clearly had to try to catch the poorly passed ball rather then give up on that down and hope Favre throws a better ball to him next time.
     
  14. Skol guy

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    Ya think? since three plays earlier a TD was called back on a suspect call of tripping that no one in America saw.
     
  15. PackersRS

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    I think, and I might be wrong, he was talking about this:
    If you're gonna call someone a liar, at least have the balls to back it up once called back. Or at least edit them, so you can look better ;)
     
  16. Skol guy

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    I am sure brett told him sorry I hit you in the hands after that play' I know Brett has been throwing INT's right and left this year. He has three and 2 of them wasn't his fault as one bounced off berrians hands also. His numbers were very solid today!
     
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    I wish people wouldn't blame the int on Brett was not his fault
     
  18. ThinkICare

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    Just saying Favre and Taylor were partly to blame.
     
  19. Skol guy

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    Packer RS to the rescue! I am trembling as i type this. He tells me about how he knows brett favre so thats why he knows the vikings will fall apart because he got drunk with bretts brothers and some other garbage that he sent me in the 20 private messages/ that is strange enough but brett Favre had little to do with this loss and I watched the whole game and since the packers played at the same time i doubt you guys did.
     
  20. PackersRS

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    Just because something isn't entirely one's fault doesn't mean one doesn't have any blame. Off rythm, high and too strong pass.
     
  21. PackersRS

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    Care to publish those private messages that I've send you? Would like to read them myself. I've edited you for namecalling, and if you read the rules (http://www.packerforum.com/welcome-packer-forum/15913-pf-policy-t-c-posting.html) you would know it's not tolerated.

    Let's not resort to lies, shall we?
     
  22. ThinkICare

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    That's all I was saying PackersRS, people want to excuse Favre for that one play, but he should be apart of the blame. The Vikequeens got a bad break as there were a few steelers up the field a couple of yards and the ball going right to Fox.
     
  23. liljohn5115

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    Favre throws INT's left and right every year. Thats why he holds the record for most career INT's by a QB. That's just something you have to accept whether you may be a Favre fan, or a fan of the team he plays on. I used to joke when he'd throw a pick with my buddies (who weren't fans of him or gb) "Well he's gotta hold his record somehow"

    He's a great qb because despite his picks he can usually offset them with game winning td's and lots of passing yards.
     
  24. longtimefan

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    No I never said I know or knew Brett Favre..Again reading comprehension

    Said I got to know his business partner..Got to go to his house (the partner) and ended up drinking to much and he let me crash there..Woke up next morning as Scott Favre and Clark ( his best friend) were also in kitchen with me..they all got on a private plane to go to GB for ironically a Viking game party at Bretts steak house..
     
  25. PackersRS

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    The thing is, if you're gonna say it's because of him that you won from SF, you gotta take that it was because of him you lost to Pittsburgh. I myself don't like those Black and White statements. But the fact is that Favre in this game generated directly 14 (12) Steelers points and 0 Vikings points. To me that's a bad game.
     

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