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Thanks, Javon.

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by Zero2Cool, Apr 30, 2006.

  1. dhpackr

    dhpackr Cheesehead

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    I know where Colledge played, but LT protects the QB's blind side(wheather it is #4 or #12) and I would be afraid to have colledge protecting #4's blind side
     
  2. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    I've only been impressed with Jolly and Blackmon. I thought Daryn was doing good last year, but that must have been a fluke or something. Culver and Ingle I thought were junk, but as I say, I was willing and am still, giving them three years before I say either is GOOD or BUST.

    I don't believe it was Ted who mentioned Daryn playing LT. He said something like "Daryn is a good athlete that we can forsee playing LG or LT for us". I think the video is still on Packers.com.
     
  3. KGB94SACKEM

    KGB94SACKEM Cheesehead

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    Good Enough
     
  4. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    Yeah.
    Someone mentioned he has bad footskills. You or KGB, both? I'd like to see the Packers play Brett for a quarter or two each remainding game of the year and then insert Rodgers for Brett and Colledge for Clifton... just too see what we have in those two a little more.

    I would feel better if that happened, instead of like you say, putting Colledge in at LT with Brett... can't say that excites me. I believe it was Colledge who missed a block completely that got Brett slammed on his first INT.
     
  5. dhpackr

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    well the way rodgers is made from glass, it may not be such a great idea
     
  6. KGB94SACKEM

    KGB94SACKEM Cheesehead

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    True, Bring Back Ingle so he can contribute
     
  7. porky88

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    He started against the Texans and caught a total of 2 passes for 20 yards but if you want to get technical, Denver is 2-3 this year in games JW has played in. Wins over Buffalo and Oakland by a combined 6 points. Losses to Jacksonville, Oakland, and Houston.
     
  8. longtimefan

    longtimefan Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    LOL a guy gets stepped on and a foot gets broke in the process and he still plays... ( most people think thats a freak accident)

    then he pulls a hammy.. One real true injury and he is made of glass..


    but yet you wanted Ahman to stay here with all his past injury history, and on top of it you wanted to pay him that $20 plus million...


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    Hey!!! I didnt post an article, I typed out my own thoughts---hows bout that
     
  9. tromadz

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    good post, longtime
     
  10. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    We obtained Rodgers through the Javon Walker trade? If not, why bring it up there? I don't see how it fits in to the draft picks and/or Javon at all.
     
  11. dhpackr

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    ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!nice post, HILARIOUS!!!
    WTF does Green have to with Rodgers being made from glass is beyond me, that guy is just clueless. Like I said, he is another guy that posts nothing about football or his thoughts.

    He doesn't say i feel A-rod will do this or that, instead the person rambles about Green and his injury, how that has anything to do with Rodgers injuries is beside me.

    and it fit in b/c we were talking about Colledge playing LT, and I felt it was not a good idea b/c he does not have the agility or footspeed to protect the QB's blind side, w/Rodgers string of injuries, I do not feel it would be a good idea to put colledge at LT and Rodgers at QB b/c WHEN Colledge gets beat, it maybe the end of a-rod's career b/f it starts.

    GET IT NOW? Wait what am i thinking, a-rod played in two games, and has gotten hurt. Once in a game, and once a couple days after. I seen #4 play w/seperated shoulders, broken fingers, and puke blood, but hey what about green?
     
  12. Zombieslayer

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    Heh. Maybe try that experiment with Craig Nall instead then. I just hope Nall doesn't get killed, because I like him. However, Rodgers is more important than Nall.
     
  13. Zero2Cool

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    Green? who's talking about Green? You kind of went off like a kid without his ... well you fill in the blanks.

    Give Aaron some credit, I mean he atleast waits til the regular season to get hurt, he's made it through a couple pre seasons hah
     
  14. KGB94SACKEM

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    C'mon Porky you are smart enough to know he left the Texans game with the injury and has struggled to recover for the last 2.
     
  15. KGB94SACKEM

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    Exactly, your post fit into the topic just fine, Green did not, but it's a good way to detract from the injured A-Rod topic. A-Rod has shown that he is not exactly Brett Favre when it comes to staying on the field. I hope A-Rod can find a way to stay healthy.
     
  16. dhpackr

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    i did not bring up Green this person did, and like someone else said, the main reason he brought it up was to distract from the A-Rod is injury prone discussion.
     
  17. longtimefan

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    According to DH A-Rod is made of glass...His foot was stepped on and it broke his foot, but yet he played the rest of the game to ( same game Brett hurt his elbow in ) Most call that foot break a freak injury...
    I dont think you can say the guy is made of glass because of one true injury that just happened out of the blue.


    DH was all upset or depressed the Packers didnt resign Green..I was making a point on how Green is probably more injury prone than A-Rod..

    So I made a comparison about his love affair for a injury prone back to a freak injury and one real true injury q/b

    And according to him, I dont post my own thoughts, and when I do he gets confused and pulls out the I am clueless card..I think he still needs to try the search feature and see my posts..Or just click on my profile link and see all my posts that way..

    Besides this topic is SUPPOSE TO BE ABOUT J-WALKER and not Colledge, or Clifton..Or the drafting of a LT or lack there of..

    So Dont bash me for bringing Green into the topic.
     
  18. longtimefan

    longtimefan Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Hey Dh

    my own thoughts just this week

    another one of my own thoughts

    and another

    another

    That is just with in the last week...

    Go back to your hole and stop accusing me of not posting my own thoughts
     
  19. porky88

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    So you agree he's struggling with injuries? Would you pay 50 million for someone who can't stay on the field? Whether it'd be bad luck or injuries are apart of the game and you have to factor them in.
     
  20. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    I heard that Javon got his injury off eBay. He was the highest bidder and it was fedex'd to him via air.
     

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