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What I want to know is why MM was playing not to lose instead of playing to win with those two 1st qtr moves that really cost us and took the momentum right out of us when it appeared we were doing just fine!?

1. Using Peppers in a quick slant move when he never played offense before in his life? We have two of the best in the NFL that could have made that play!

2. We had (the lead) and tried an on side kick? WTF it appeared MM was playing scared!

ooooohhhh...and 4th down you go for it and call Lacy up the middle. THAT'S DIFFERENT! IGNORANT

Matt Flynn was more than capable of playing when Rodgers got hurt but instead MM risks really injuring a Super Bowl winning HOF to be quaterback that we just paid $120 million. Nice Move MM! You're stupid luck will run out and then we are all screwed!

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Rodgers in Shotgun vs. UnderCenter in 2013 We think he should be under center more often!

Shotgun Under Center
Attempts          227 63
TDs 12 5
INTs 5 1
Throwaways 14 8
Sacks 18 3
Yards/Attempt 8.2 10.7
YAC/Completion 6.1 9.0
Accuracy % 78.3% 83.3%
INT % 2.2% 1.6%
QB Rating 100.5 120.6

 

Why does the NFL have the smallest trophy in major sports in the U.S.? The NFL consistently draws 2,3 & 4 times the ratings and money the other sports draw. It clearly is the most popular. The NFL draft just recently drew 48.5 million viewers. That's right THE DRAFT. More than twice the viewers than the NBA Playoffs. The Borg-Warner Indy 500 Trophy is 5'4" weighs 153lbs and is valued at 3.5 million. The Lombardi Super Bowl Trophy is 22" tall and weighs 7lbs and costs 30 grand. "I'm not sayin I'm just sayin" Make the TROPHY fit the man. Bigger than life. Vince Lombardi.....The Don

 

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THE WAITING IS THE HARDEST PART

By: The Don 

All though Tom Petty is my musical hero this is not about the song. When your team is not headed deep into the playoffs and especially not the Super Bowl the waiting for the season to end is brutal. Then it's waiting with anticipation for free agency. Then the frenzy is over and the waiting begins for the draft. Then it's waiting for the years new schedule. Then it's waiting for training camp. Then it's the waiting for pre-season and finally waiting for opening day! Then it's waiting for Thursday night and then waiting for Sunday and then waiting for Monday Night Football. Did I mention waiting for the coals to get ready and the beer to get cold and the brats to get done. Well as I said, the waiting is the hardest part! 
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