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Fuck These Fucking Fucks: Packers 27, Seahawks 17

Aaron Rodgers

Monkey? Off the back.

At least for now.

The Green Bay Packers went slow and steady about it. Kind of like a lover that doesn’t quite know if you’re enjoying yourself or not, but hell. They got it done.

We came.

The Seattle Seahawks can go home and fuck themselves.

This wasn’t for the NFC Championship, but it was for pride and self respect. And it was for 2-0 and 0-2, which is what Seattle is sitting with.

And you know what?

Good enough.

It wasn’t pretty, but we’ve beat the shitbag team we couldn’t beat. Just like 1995, when we finally beat the 49ers. Just like whenever, when we finally got by the Cowboys.

This is substantial, if for nothing else besides the mental.

What was it?

Great game by the much-maligned defense.

Dom Capers is still befuddled by the read-option, but beside that, the Packers defense showed us what we expected from the whole team.

They came out fired up.

They made up for their weakness — the run defense — by stuffing Marshawn Lynch for 41 yards on 15 carries.

If it weren’t for Russell Wilson running the read option, which Dom, Dom, Dom, Dom, Do-Doobie, Dom, Dom Dom, Dom, the Packers would totally have shut down the vaunted Seattle running game.

That’s good for us.

The Packers offense did enough, but we stopped during the middle of the game. When Aaron Rodgers and the gang was supposed to be turning the game into a blowout, they weren’t.

Middle of the game — we were bitching about the defense. And then we realized it wasn’t the defense.

It was the fact that the Packers were losing and the offense wasn’t putting up points.

But they closed it out.

They did it without Eddie Lacy, who left with a sore ankle.

In came Jimmy Starks, who ran for 95 yards on 20 carries. And there was Randy Cobb, who caught eight for 116, despite whatever shoulder injury he had.

Aaron Rodgers was fine, going 25-of-33 for 249, two and none.

It was his scrambling that made the difference in this game, though.

Extending plays…

Because you know that didn’t happen last time.

And so, I will say it again.

Seattle…

GO FUCKING FUCK YOURSELF, YOU FUCKING — — USELESS, KNOW-NOTHING FUCKS!

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Monty McMahon

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

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72 Comments

  1. Kozak September 20, 2015

    Where’s that whiny bitch Seahaaks ass wipe who trolls here? Enjoy it bitch.

  2. NachoDan September 20, 2015

    I like this headline.

  3. campack September 20, 2015

    well said sir, well said

  4. Brewtown Packer Backer September 20, 2015

    Jayroooooooooone!!!!

    1. BZ in LB September 20, 2015

      That’s what I was thinking!

  5. Dan September 20, 2015

    Jayrone Effin’ Elliott! We aren’t Seattle’s bitch anymore.

  6. Packer Bob September 20, 2015

    Did you hear Carrol bitch about the officiating after the game? What a chump.

  7. BZ in LB September 20, 2015

    I wonder if Richard’s Sherman’s vaginey is sore….

  8. Phatgzus September 20, 2015

    And then there were Mister South Pacific and Ty Montgomery making big catches at crunch time-it-s nice to see a converted 2 for once.

    Dom Capers isn’t the one losing outside contain-that’d be nick Perry, Mike Neal, and even Nate Palmer, who actually had a pretty nice game.

    1. Deepsky September 20, 2015

      Perry had some plays. Neal got pushed around.

      1. Phatgzus September 22, 2015

        Agreed on Perry, he did get beat on a long tun in the third though, and I’ll give props to Neal for making a big play when it mattered most. Peppers also got beat when he was in position, took a step inside when he should’ve gone outside and lost contain. All he could do after the play was shrug his shoulders and shake his head in bewilderment.

  9. UpNorth September 20, 2015

    Hey come on now, Neal did actually manage to stop that once….out of three or four plays…but that’s still an improvement. Can’t complain much about the defense except for some missed opportunities, but the offense has to stop waiting until the fourth quarter to find out what’s working for them.

    Jayrone Elliot needs playing time now. Nice to see some nastiness from our players also. We need to be a more physical team and this will help them mentally.

    1. Deepsky September 20, 2015

      Sit Neal. Play Elliot. Put playmakers on the field.

      1. Phatgzus September 20, 2015

        Agreed on this.

  10. Deepsky September 20, 2015

    My favorite stat is that a backup Packer running back doubled Marshawn Lynch’s yards.

  11. Salazar September 20, 2015

    Nice game, Jayrone Elliott and Richard Rodgers! Starks also showed up to kick ass when it was needed today, and our fearless leader number 12 was calm under pressure as always. Big win tonight! This one is going to mean a lot come playoff time, when we get home field advantage and the Shithawks get to choke on it again in Wisconsin. If they make it that far, anyway.

    As for the downside, Barclay and Bakhtiari looked like liabilities tonight. I’m sure other teams took note.

    1. Phatgzus September 20, 2015

      Are you for real? Outside of 1 bad series and a sack Bak-T was good. Barclay looked quite good except for the 3rd quarter.

  12. fan forever September 20, 2015

    agreed UpNorth Elliot needs more snaps The guy always seems to make plays.

  13. Big Gay Clay September 20, 2015

    Fuckin’ Right!!! It was my birthday today and what a great day. Drinking beers from 9:30am until midnight, capping it off with a Pack win. But yeah, fuck those motherfuckers

  14. jtmax September 20, 2015

    Palmer was pathetic. He looked lost and was slow as mollasses. Our olb saved the game. Neal stuffed wilson one on one. That was impressive for such a big man. Id say start elliot in middle in place of palmer. Put our best 4 linebackers in the game. Clinton dix dropped a couple of int. He s not doing well but I like what richardson and randall did this game. Elliot looked like peppers on that one handed int. Always knew he was a stud. How bout dick rodgers. He got held and roughed all night but stayed with it and showed off glue hands. Hes not as fast as finley but much more reliable hands. Seattle is dirtier than Detroit. Grabbed our receivers all the time. They miss chancellor who I consider is our mvp.

  15. jtmax September 20, 2015

    When we get ahead rodgers seem to struggle. Just an obsevation all last season and this one. I think he does not do well in conservative mode. We need to keep the pedal to the metal in play calling. Got the best qb in league. Let him sling it.

  16. Tucson Packer September 20, 2015

    SEAHAWKSOWNYOU: WHERE IS YOUR BIG MOUTH NOW?!?!?!?!?

  17. Howard September 20, 2015

    DBs tackled a lot better than last week, Pennel needs more playing time and probably will get it depending on Boyd’s status. Game changing plays by Jayrone. STs coverage is looking good.

    That is the way a championship caliber team finishes out a fourth quarter on offense and defense. The Pack did not have many strong 4th quarters last year (2 or 3) Way to Finish Strong!

    1. Phatgzus September 21, 2015

      We were also sitting our starters for about 4 of them, so there’s that.

      1. Howard September 21, 2015

        Wow, O.K I guess if you say “there’s that” then it must be that. I think it is more than that. I think over the course of a season a team develops, in part, from its experiences on the field. I would argue some of those 4th quarter experiences last year when some of the starters sat did not help the team develop.

        As you are aware most NFL games, including the all important playoff games come down to the winner being the team that imposes their will in the 4th quarter. The more experience you have at winning the 4th quarter (Finish Strong) rather than just playing it out assists a team when it counts, in the playoffs. This game was a good experience in that process to being a championship team.

        1. MMTTDCSUCK September 21, 2015

          Yep, ask CMIII . . .

  18. shawn September 20, 2015

    The difference in this game, besides Jayrone Elliot, was that THIS time the offense responded in the 4th quarter when we were behind and Seattle had it going on offense. Once Seattle got the lead at 17-13, after two straight TD drives to start the 2nd half, the Packer offense responded with a FG, TD, 2pt, FG to win the game. Having no Kam Chancellor on the field certainly helped, but Aaron Rodgers having his full mobility was probably the biggest difference between last season and this.
    BTW, that might have been the best performance by the Packers kick coverage team in years. Seattle has a dangerous returner, but every time he came out of the endzone, there was NO where to run.
    And yeah, I might have been wrong. Don Barclay looked like a decent RT tonight.

    1. Deepsky September 21, 2015

      I would say the difference was the defense got a turnover that lead to 3 points instead of a game tying TD by the Seahawks. That almost never happens when Rodgers puts the team ahead in the 4th quarter.

      1. shawn September 21, 2015

        During the bulk of Rodgers’ career, yes. But I was making a comparison with our last lost to Seattle.
        Our final three offensive drives of that game were 3-out, 3-out, FG.
        Our final three drives in this game were FG, TD, FG.

  19. flynn4ever September 20, 2015

    McCarthy still wont go for it on 4th and goal on the 1? I guess he learned nothing.

    1. jtmax September 20, 2015

      Give Ron Zook credit. He really got the ST working again just in time for season. Slocum would not know what to do.

    2. Phatgzus September 21, 2015

      And risk keeping it a one-score game? You’re fucking insane. We just beat one of the best teams in football and your spouting that asinine shit?! GTFO!

    3. Kozak September 21, 2015

      You win stupidest post on the internet.

  20. jtmax September 20, 2015

    Montgomery looks good also. In fact I think he saved the game with clutch catches and YAC in the 4th quarter. Dude is strong.

  21. Chad Lundberg September 21, 2015

    WHERE’S THAT LITTLE “SEAHAWKS OWN YOU” BITCH???? HE CAN GO FUCK HIMSELF!

    1. Kozak September 21, 2015

      He’s in the ER having his anus repaired.

  22. Organicbuzz September 21, 2015

    Montgomery and Elliot stepped up in fine fashion. Great to get the win. How is Lacy? Go Pack Go!!!

  23. Phillthy September 21, 2015

    DickRodge and Eliot today!

    Good job by all of our rookies and second year guys, hopefully they build that hunger to win and next man up mentality.

    We all remember what happened that season.

  24. icebowl September 21, 2015

    Damn straight !

    Great game, great comeback….

    Seahags take sole ownership of title : Dirtiest Team in Nfl….
    All comes down from that Pete Carroll fucktard…..

  25. PhudgePackers September 21, 2015

    Fuck off you bunch fucking pukes! You got fucking lucky and this was nothing but a fucking anomaly. Go ahead celebrate, talk your shit and blow it out your ass.

    1. Brewtown Packer Backer September 21, 2015

      I’m sorry- it’s hard to understand you with so many dicks in your mouth.

      1. MMTTDCSUCK September 21, 2015

        Those are not dicks, those are turds, ATM is a hard concept for some of these guys. Instead of sucking the dick, he sucks the anus.

    2. Gorgonzola September 21, 2015

      Seahawk fans are the kind of people that write PH instead of F. That doesn’t surprise me

    3. Kozak September 22, 2015

      You enjoy getting your fudge packed? You know you did.

  26. Vano Lucas September 21, 2015

    It’s nice to see what our defense is capable of; of course they were wired up because it was the Seahawks, but it’s still encouraging. But there has to be a better option than Nate Palmer at ILB.

  27. Ted Hawthorne September 21, 2015

    In the 3rd quarter I started yelling at the TV to
    put in Jayone Elliot. “Who’s Jayrone Elliot,” my
    wife asks. “The best outside linebacker we’ve
    got, a game changer,” I replied. Even Dumb Dom
    got the message, eventually. BOOM. Game won.
    My wife thinks I’m brilliant. (She’s right.)

    1. rebelgb September 21, 2015

      She told me she just tells you that to stroke your fragile ego. Only thing she has to stroke on me is in my pants….

      1. Ted Hawthorne September 21, 2015

        It’s a good thing she has small hands.

  28. flynn4ever September 21, 2015

    Best team on football? The rams beat them?

  29. Lynn Fuckin' Dickey September 21, 2015

    Pete Carroll is a 9/11 truther.

  30. flynn4ever September 21, 2015

    And get real, bakhtiari had a horrible game.

    1. Deepsky September 21, 2015

      According to Pro Football Focus Don Barclay and David Bakhtiari had terrible games. I guess I didn’t watch closely enough and just listed to the stupid commentators who thought Barclay played a good game.

      1. Lynn Fuckin' Dickey September 21, 2015

        They were both godawful, Chicago Bears-esque turnstiles. The only reason it did not appear so bad is because Rodger’s has a sixth sense for the pass rush and is athletic enough to slip out of the pocket.

      2. Zwoeger September 21, 2015

        Cris Collinsworth exposed it to everyone don’t try to get by Bakhtiari get trough him.

        1. Phatgzus September 21, 2015

          Yep, because a game commentator knows something 31 defensive coordinators in the NFL don’t-with insight like that you should apply for a job at ESPN.

  31. Zwoeger September 21, 2015

    I was impressed by the D stopping Lynch but Wilson was another thing.
    But I’m happy as can be with the win.

  32. flynn4ever September 21, 2015

    Obviously at least one D-coordinator figured it out.. slow your role phatgzus ..either drop your man crush on bakhtiari or learn a little more about the game cuz the dude sucked yesterday and he sucked in preseason.

    1. Phatgzus September 21, 2015

      “Obviously at least one D-coordinator figured it out..[.]”

      Yeah, THAT was my point, except Bakhtiari is still capable of handling the bull rush because he doesn’t get beat by every play, in fact it happens once or twice a game out of 50+ plays.
      LMSAO, go watch the game again, Rodgers had at plenty of time for the majority of the game. Bakhtiari was fine. I don’t need PFF grades to know what I saw. Keep thinking you’re a football savant though, ignorance is indeed bliss.

      1. Kozak September 22, 2015

        The guy who wanted to risk keeping it a one score game ?
        More like idiot savant. Emphasis on Idiot.

  33. flynn4ever September 21, 2015

    You mad bro?

    1. theripster30 September 22, 2015

      flynn4ever… you’re a tool.

      The Pack played very well against a top team and all you take away from it are things to complain about. You’re that guy. You must be so pleasant to be around. It’s sad this comment section is littered with little pieces of your miserable existence.

  34. mark September 22, 2015

    The ripster30…Incase you haven’t noticed ..that is pretty much what this site is all about.. if you don’t like it stay on your grinder page. This is a site for objective packer fans who keep it real.

    1. theripster30 September 22, 2015

      My Grinder page? You probably think that’s a real witty jab, all proud and whatnot. Kinda weird you just bring up Grinder out of the blue. Not my business though.

      With that said, this website is about the Packers. Good, bad, whatever. It’s one thing to be dissatisfied with the performance and air it out, it’s a whole other thing to make numerous posts hammering McCarthy and DB like they cost them the game.

      First of all, McCarthy doesn’t even call the plays anymore, which is common knowledge. Insulting his play calling against Seattle last Sunday doesn’t even make sense. It’s unjustified negativity, as well as idiotic. Second, DB struggled. So what? Did he cost them the game? No. Does he perform really well most of the time? Yes. The guy is human. Coming here ONLY to bash them like they pulled a Brandon Bostick is ridiculous.

      You say this website is essentially about bashing reliable members of the Packers who (may or may not in reality) have an off night? Maybe that is just your interpretation of it. After all, bashing, hating, negativity is what miserable people do every day of their life. I remember reading a few comments on this website after the Packers won the Superbowl and the fact a few people were complaining absolutely blew my mind. I found it extremely sad to be honest. Why watch if you can’t even enjoy a Superbowl victory? Mark and flynn4ever (same person???) can you answer that?

  35. flynn4ever September 22, 2015

    Yes!!!! Please stick to your grinder website lol

  36. flaxxx September 22, 2015

    Phatgzus the only reason I come to this web is to red comments by ignorant fucks like you.. please keep them coming for my entertainment..you too kozak

    1. Phatgzus September 22, 2015

      LOL, wut?

    2. Lynn Fuckin' Dickey September 22, 2015

      u shur do red gud

  37. XLVordie September 22, 2015

    Phatgzuz I hope one day I too will know as much about football as you.
    you are my idol.
    So smart.
    So cool.
    So clueless.

  38. XLVordie September 22, 2015

    Also yes.
    Bakhtiari did have a HORRIBLE game. I think he will over come it but he did not play like the the person I would want having the league MVP’s blind side.

  39. flynn4ever September 22, 2015

    Allow me to remind you that this is the site who affectionately gave mccarthy the nickname “buffon”. So to grill my comments about him and yet defend some posts made by the site itself is kind of interesting.
    Realize that every fan is entitled to their own opinion and their own way of enjoying the game of football, specifically the packers. Obviously there is a reason all of us are commenting on here and not actually making g the decisions. We are fans, nothing more, nothing less.
    And yes the grinder comment was funny, don’t act like it wasnt.

  40. flynn4ever September 22, 2015

    And please spare yourself the time to reply cuz Im not going to read this shit any more.
    I am not going to pretend mccarthy is a genius.
    I am not going to pretend haha Clinton dix is even good.
    im never going to forgive favre.

    I am never going to stop having an objective opinion of my favorite and local team.

    BUT I will ALWAYS be a packer fan. For life. And I dont need people to tell me how to do that.

    1. Phatgzus September 22, 2015

      “Objective opinion”, dude you’re over-the-rainbow fucking crazy.