Yesterday’s Packers Photobomb

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This is the Green Bay Packers team captains photo from Sunday. Who are those two clowns in the background, you’re probably wondering.

One of them is Aaron Rodgers and we believe the other to be his backup, Graham Harrell.

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Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

22 Comments on "Yesterday’s Packers Photobomb"

  1. Pack Lethal

    Herrell needs to fucus on not fucking up. It’s a simple concept, you just do the opposite of fucking up.

    • Phatgzus

      I believe the opposite is fucking down, as in getting the fuck down when you’re tripping, instead of throwing the ball at your RB’s knees; yes that would be nice.

  2. DD

    Not long ago when you typed Aaron Rodgers and the letter “g” into google the first word that would come up in auto complete was “gay”. But now the first word that comes up is “girlfriend”, and “gay” is nowhere to be found anywhere on the list. Hmm… Of course, google can be contacted to remove content, so at least somebody within the organization is looking out for his ass, or up it.

    • Donny H.

      Yeah, there is definitely a world wide conspiracy going on to cover up his sexuality. What would happen if tomorrow’s headlines read “Aaron Rodgers comes out”? Not a single fuck would be given by anyone accept for DD..

  3. Kevin

    DD–just curious, but were you hoping to find gay porn in your search? Otherwise, why would you want to look up Aaron Rodgers and gay?

  4. Pack Lethal

    If that were the case then all the prejudiced people that have a problem with it wouldn’t go to Lambeau which means more tickets for normal non-judgemental people.

  5. Wolf Packer

    That is a harsh critique of Harrell’s performance. Still suppressed deep in memories, Packer fans block out those early years of A. Rodgers dropping back in the pocket, haphazardly moving around & then getting leveled or blindside by a rusher, who’s trying to remove his head from the rest of his body, that Rodgers didn’t see coming. You can’t even count the number of times he fumbled on those hits. This isn’t an indictment of Rodgers. It is quite the opposite. The evolution of Rodgers, from fumbling feet to holding on (to the ball) too long to rush happy to complete, elite QB is a testament to outstanding development & adaptation (perhaps the finest in NFL history). Remember, if Rodgers goes down with a career ending injury, the show is over. The NFL is the big show harsh critics! Cut Harrell some slack, like everyone else, he needs time to develop.

  6. Cry Me A River

    Mr. Wolf Packer,
    Excellent points! I totally agree with the Rodgers “evolution!” In 2008,  Rodgers entered the starting spot & had a pretty good year overall though he demonstrated the pressure awareness of a rock. What is often missed in that first season is that Rodgers finished with the 98th highest number of pass attempts/season by any quarterback in NFL history, the number of sacks in that season & the first part of 09′ were also among historical rates.  Those aren’t the qualities you look for in your first year as a starter, particularly one where you’ve gone 6-10. Yes, he was showing that pin-point accuracy (the Pack kept him throwing it), but the pressure awareness & being able to get rid of the ball was racking up the hits he was taking behind the line of scrimmage. If you aren’t aware of what’s happening around you, the speed of the NFL will kill you. Rodgers benefited greatly spending a few years on the bench, waiting for his instincts to catch up to an NFL pass rush. When you rebuild a team, you do not start with the quarterback as the “first piece of the puzzle” waiting for the team around them to be put in place. It has a very low success rate. To do it right, you start with the lines, both offensive & defense, work on the rest of the defense next. Then, as the offensive line gels, you work on the running & receiving game. I argue  Favre was kept around to take the hits surrounded by a very young offense, only to be jettisoned when the Packers felt Rodgers (& his supporting cast) were ready. I feel the Tampa Bay debacle of 09′ was the transition to a highly competitive team that has not had to look back since.

  7. Cry Me A River

    You can save the moral grandstanding & the politically correct, non-judgmental pretense! I have read your statements: you hate Viqueens & their fans. Vi”queens” is a direct, derogatory connotation to feminism & loudly states timorous weakness. That’s completely judgmental! Save that shit & recognize DD operates from insecurity, anger & resentment. And why not? The Vikings are perennial doormats that always implode, have very little hope of ever being true contenders (at least deep in the playoffs) & will always promise utopia, to their fans, to viciously rip asunder any remnant or last vestige of hope!

    • Phatgzus

      Oh he most definitely dropped the ‘Little Boy’; it’s not a ‘Fat Man’ ’til you pull A Romo.

  8. Pack Lethal

    ROFL. Phatgzus good stuff. It’s good to see someone with a sense of humor. Some of these self indulgent blowhards need to go back to their respective team’s site before Tom Hardy shows up at their back door and round houses them in the throat.

  9. Cry Me A River

    “……..self-indulgent blowhards……”
    I like that! You wanna know the hardest part for me. I don’t have a team! No home or respective team site to return to! That’s one of many reasons I never feel intimidated. Pack Lethal, I like matchups & I like the Packers but when you go swinging the axe, I’m gonna swing back! We got off on the wrong foot, so, you want to talk footbal & the Packers?

  10. Pack Lethal

    Nope, I want you to step backwards off the edge of your tower. You waltz on to this site with your condescending attitude and expect everyone to follow your lead. You don’t know me and you never will. You’re nothing more than a self absorbed wanna be writer that lacks common sense. You can’t come here and tell people how to think. Who are you, Joseph Stalin? The condescending started with your name “Cry me a river” unoriginal. FYI this website is not Now go back to your tower and pout.

  11. Cry Me A River

    Pack Lethal,
    I like that! I knew you were still reading my posts! Your statement of “I didn’t even read the last 5 cry me a river’s posts” was a feeble, classic defense mechanism of denial (you being outwitted, outmatched & outgunned does suck, best just to pretend it didn’t happen). Now your using baseless accusatory grandstanding upon a podium, & doing so with all the fervor & pious ramblings of a Southern Baptist minister (& we know how far out of touch with reality they are). I do know you! Your intelligence & ability to read people is questionable. Your an Ostrich, who prefers to bury his head in the sand & deny reality that doesn’t go your way (or is that a petulant child? I forget!). Scratch the child, It’s gotta be an Ostrich with a fat body & a skinny head! And, you live in Minnesota. Vikings loyalty? Yea, maybe! It would explain your hatred or, in this case, self-hatred! Oh wait, scratch that as well cause you wear a wedge of cheese on your head, don’t you? Actually, given your history of denial, the cheese wedge make perfect sense; what better way to repress your Viking loyalty & low self-esteem than proudly conforming to the customs & norms of the big boys (Packers) on the block (NFC North)!

  12. Cry Me A River

    And Pack Lethal,
    Do have a nice day! You may not be able to fly but you can run around & graze on some plant matter!

  13. Pack Lethal

    I really didn’t read those posts, I think the cheese hat is the dumbest thing ever invented, I grew up in Sconni and live in the twin cities metro ( hence the Viking fan dislike) I’ve been to Afghanistan twice and kicked some ass for America, and I dislike smart asses like you. Iv’e taken enemy fire more times than you’ve insulted people with your self promoting rants. Find another site to be a twat on.

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