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Should the Pack pick up Gramatica?

Discussion in 'Green Bay Packers Fan Forum' started by PackwillBEback, Aug 23, 2006.

  1. PackwillBEback

    PackwillBEback Cheesehead

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    So the Patriots released Martin Gramatica, should the Pack try an pick him up? Or should they stick with Rayner? Gramatica hasn't played since 2004, but he might be worth it.
     
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    no way. Gramatica was terrible in his last year with Tampa Bay, that he cut in the middle of the season. The guy has limited leg strength and I don't think that'll help us in the frigid cold games late in the year.
     
  3. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

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    I agree.......i think the guy is done.
    I'd stick with who they have, unless the guy implodes these last 2 preseason games.
     
  4. Cory

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    I think if Raynor gives us a scare in cincinatti I would say give grammy a look. But Raynor has had a couple of excellent practices in a row so who knows? Maybe this kid is the real deal?
     
  5. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    The answer is very simple. No. :)
     
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    I like Edinger if Rayner falls apart (which i dont think will happen)
     
  7. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    Rayner jus went 8 for 8 including a 53 yarder. Each was right through the middle of the uprights too.

    Although, that was indoors.
     
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    I say YES...I remember Gramitica at Kansas State--the guy was kicking 60 yarders like nothing...I dont why he blew up in Tampa...but...we need a strong leg...on kick offs...lets bring him in for a lookie see...my take
     
  9. tromadz

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    that wouldnt be a bad idea...if Rayner wasnt good at kickoffs. Hes good at kickoffs though. Lot of distance(in the endzone, babay!) but could get a little more hangtime, which im sure Mike Stock is beating into his head(or leg) right now.
     
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    Automatica was good... was...I'd rather have Gus the kicking mule....ooyyyy.
     
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    NO! They were talking about this in GB last week...apparently Gramatica was something like 57% last year...in 2003 had something like 5 of his attempts blocked, has been losing lots of leg strength...Gramatica is done, a no-name street free agent has more upside.
     
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    NO!
    If Rayner has a complete meltdown, I would rather pick up a young up and comer who is cut by someone else and take my chances with him, rather than give an old washed up kicker a try.
     
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    gramatica is washed up, we don't need him
     
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    [​IMG]
     
  15. Yared-Yam

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    Dead-leg Grammatica?

    No thank you.

    I could out-distance him by slapping the football with my wrists.
     
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    :lol:

    No way should the pack check out Gramatica he is nothing special I mean, is he very accurate not really, does he have tons of power, No. so I'd tick with Rayner and see if he does good.
     
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    No way should the pack check out Gramatica he is nothing special I mean, is he very accurate not really, does he have tons of power, No. so I'd tick with Rayner and see if he does good.[/quote]

    Totally.

    What's his career long anyways? 36 yards? It was probably the one he injured himself on.
     
  18. PackwillBEback

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    Totally.

    What's his career long anyways? 36 yards? It was probably the one he injured himself on.[/quote]

    You aren't smart are you? He made a 65 yarder in college....the longest field goal in NCAA history. Stupid aren't yah? In the NFL his career long is 55 yards. 15/24 at 50+ in his history, yah he sucks. You don't even know the guy or his stats and you bash him. Idiot.
     
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    Well I just checked his stats there pretty good until the last few years he has slipped, apparently I was wrong 55 yards is a powerful kick. I still dont know if the packers should chance it.
     

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