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Rodgers: Players are letting staff down

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by longtimefan, Nov 11, 2009.

  1. longtimefan

    longtimefan Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Rodgers: Players are letting staff down

     
  2. NYPacker

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    Even though Rodgers is admitting that the players are as much to blame as the coaches for their bad start, his tone of voice is till a little too conservative. Instead of not comparing next week's game to WWII Rodgers should just blatantly say "yeah we NEED to win this game or else." I'm tired of this "forget last sunday's game and move on" mentality because it's pretty much saying that you start from scratch every week which clearly is not the case with the packers. WATCH the film, LEARN from what you did wrong, let last week SIZZLE in your head, and MOTIVATE yourself so you do better next game.
     
  3. AzPackerfan

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    Yeah, but think about it...it's a little bit like talking about your boss only to discover that he is right behind you. You can't just really talk all the smack you want about him. I agree with the motivation part of your comment, he needs to step it up to the next level.
     
  4. PackersRS

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  5. DILLIGAFF

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    A-rod uses the word "probably". Until all 53 players and coaches change that word, we will see the same outcome.
     
  6. bad93ex

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    Anyone looking forward to this weekend's game?

    I want to see if they can bounce back from this loss. There is a small glimmer of hope left but let's hope it doesn't get crushed.
     
  7. Quientus

    Quientus Oenophile

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    Personally, I wouldn't put too much into a potential loss to Dallas at this point ...

    Granted, if the Packers win, it will be great, but even if Packers lose, I think everyone has to see the games in the context they are played within ...

    If the Packers were to face a similar opponent like the Buccaneers, I would agree, however, a loss to Dallas at this point given the current situation wouldn't be catastrophic ... - Dallas *seems* to have been hitting a stride lately and thus will (most likely) prove to be a tough, yet beatable oppponent, given it's at Lambeau ...
     
  8. doughsellz

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    Have you watched any of the post-game interviews from these recent losses? The players sound EXACTLY like MM - "gotta watch the film" & "need to get that fixed" or "we're 4-4, we've got 8 games left to turn it around". Darryn Colledge even admits he's aware he (& perhaps others) sounds like a broken record. For you under 25s that's an idiom meaning repeating oneself ad nauseum, not Ahman Green's latest accomplishment.
     
  9. weeds

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    I watch the post-game interviews with McCarthy and what is SEE is Ray Rhodes chewing on his gum... "Yeah, well have to fix that......"
     
  10. Green_Bay_Packers

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    Thanks for posting that its a great read
     
  11. mike bat

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    yea lets get ready for the blame game ... this is where MM excells ,, in the last flop of a season i just love how MM was blaming everyone ... now they start with the propaganda ... they get thier golden boy Rodgers to point the finger at the other players ... IMO this isnt good for team moral ... and while rodgers points the finger at the the other players ,, i wonder if he even thinks about how he holds that ball like an easter basket and takes sac after sac ... IMO there is olny two people to blame for this team that being MM and TT .... at the end of the day it was TTs bad choices and MMs bad coaching that have led us to where we are ... so IMO MMs motto ,,, remember kids is easyier to point the finger the other way ... and thats all he has shown me ... MM is not a leader ,, he is a poptart soft in the middle ... :happy0005: ohh and MM you may have fooled some but I UNDERSTAND ...
     
  12. longtimefan

    longtimefan Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    I take it you havent seen this yet?


    http://www.packerforum.com/packer-fan-forum/17987-players-speak-frankly-what-ailing-packers.html
     
  13. dansz15

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    This just in: Rodgers holds the ball way too long and needs to learn that if you O-Line is awful you need to compensate.
     

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