Matt Flynn Talks About the Comeback with Rome

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Matt Flynn

Matt Flynn

Green Bay Packers quarterback Matt Flynn was on Jim Rome’s program yesterday.

Who knew Rome was on CBS Sports Network? Who knew there even was a CBS Sports Network? Not this guy. Next thing you know, NBC Sports will have their own network.

Anyway, Flynn talked about the comeback against Dallas, the emotions of the win, his approach to the game and his up and down season.

As to the latter, Rome asked Flynn if he feels vindicated after being cut by both Oakland and Buffalo this year. His response was interesting.

“Yeah, on a certain level. I’ve tried not go out there and play for anything else than right now, but it’s been a long year for me and it’s been crazy. I’ve been all over the place. To be able to come here and have success, I’ve always been confident in myself and you try to block it out — a lot of the negative things that people say and a lot of negative things that are happening, but a lot of that seeps through and you hear a lot of it. So, there was definitely some satisfaction that came with the last couple weeks.”

Here’s the full interview.

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6 Comments on "Matt Flynn Talks About the Comeback with Rome"

  1. Andy

    so if flynn gets us to the playoffs, do we switch back to a-rod? probably but do you go with the hot hand? And if flynn gets us back to the playoffs, what happens to him next year? Hopefully both sides learnt from the last two years and GB will pay him a decent backup salary and Flynn wont go chasing a starting job. If only.

  2. PF4L

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    WHAT HAPPENED!!??? lol

  3. Matt

    With Aaron Rodgers, there is no such thing as a backup with a hot hand. When our boy can come back, he comes back. That thought hasn’t even crossed Flynn’s mind!

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