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Matthews: Even With Win, Not All is Forgotten

Clay Matthews

No one around the Green Bay Packers really wants to talk about the debacle in Seattle last January.

It doesn’t matter, they say. This is a new team, they say.

Perhaps.

Linebacker Clay Matthews had probably the most forthcoming quote of the week so far, though.

“It’s not as if we win this game, all is forgotten,” Packers linebacker Clay Matthews said Wednesday. “I’m sure there’s some extra motivation for some, but the reality is it’s a very good team and it’s a new season and they have the same weapons we saw last year. It should be a fun game. I know it’s what the fans are looking for, and it’s a good test to see where we’re at, where they’re at early on.”

See that?

He started to actually say something and then went into total cliche mode.

If anyone has extra motivation, it should be Matthews, who quit on his teammates late in that NFC Championship shit show.

And yeah, he may pretend like us calling him out for being a quitter doesn’t bother him, but we know otherwise.

Frankly, that son of a bitch better go out there and gnaw Russell Wilson’s face off and then rip Marshawn Lynch’s head off and shit down his neck hole on Sunday night. Then maybe we’ll begin to forgot about him standing on the sideline as his mates imploded in front of our eyes.

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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.

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16 Comments

  1. Tuson Packer September 17, 2015

    How did we do at Lambeau last year? Does anyone remember? Hmmmm

  2. ferris September 17, 2015

    Shit down the neck hole. Even though that is an old one for some reason I got a real visual and laugh. Maybe McCarthy can eat some chili shit down their a-hole coach’s neck hole too.

  3. Skinny September 17, 2015

    Its week 2, who gives a shit. I wont crown or bury either team after this game. Seattle is just another game on the schedule.

    1. PF4L September 17, 2015

      yea ok…lol..Just another game? Someone might need to take away your Packer fan membership card away. My guess is every Packer fan gives a shit about this game in particular. Or almost every fan.

  4. Fred September 17, 2015

    I’d like to see him break Russell Wilson’s leg and use his shin bone for a pencil box.

  5. PF4L September 17, 2015

    Clay is one of the last people i want to hear talk about this game. He just needs to stfu and show up n play lights out Sunday.

    “It’s not as if we win this game, all is forgotten,” He’s right about that though, unless he tells us why he quit on his team and Packer fans.

    1. E. Wolf September 17, 2015

      Per Jason Wilde, CMIII actually had a concussion and was trying to hide it so he could still be available

    2. MrBobHarris September 17, 2015

      I have to actually agree with Wolf on this one – why is everyone forgetting the very real possibility that he was hiding a concussion? Did you see the look on his face when on the sideline? Didn’t look quite right.

      1. E. Wolf September 17, 2015

        According to Jason Wilde, its not a possibility but what actually happened.

        1. Howard September 17, 2015

          So if that is correct, then the NFL and the Packers were negligent in their resposibility of putting Matthews through the concussion protocol? Remember Matthews played in the probowl game the next week. I do not remember Matthews going through the leagues concussion protocol before being medically cleared. I doubt Matthews would have hid a concussion after the loss so he could play in the pro bowl!

          1. E. Wolf September 17, 2015

            I do not know the particulars–I just know that Jason Wilde has on several occasions repudiated the misconception that Clay Matthews quit. If it is true that he circumvented the concusion protocols, I am sure he is not the first and won’t be the last.

          2. Howard September 17, 2015

            I could see it for a regular season game, playoff game or Super Bowl, but the Pro bowl?

  6. Andrew Chitko September 17, 2015

    If he had a concussion and went to the Pro Bowl the following week, then I call bullshit.

    1. E. Wolf September 18, 2015

      I am just reiterating what Wilde has reported–and reported rather adamantly.

  7. knucklehead September 17, 2015

    You know Monterey, you are a real fickle mother fucker.

    You make me laugh when you start going on about your new public enemy #1 bullshit.

    Macarthy, Thompson, Favre, AJ Hawk and Clay Mathews…you just have to have an enemy on the team to focus on for a few weeks then shift onto someone else.

    You just spew out the same shit about whoever your target is…they are weak, spineless, stupid, a traitor and need to answer to you personally.

    You are just like the Chinese Goddamned Communist Party and their propaganda department. This is the exact same shit they do.

    It’s fucking pathetic.

    I have a brain and I remember Clay playing with a broken thumb two seasons ago, along with a host of other injuries.

    I also have eyes and can watch tape of him playing lights out all last season at ILB dominating the field. And the first game of this season with his game sealing pic.

    If you put half the effort Mathews puts into on the field and in his off season training you’d have a fucking Pulitzer.

  8. icebowl September 18, 2015

    Damn straight they gotta kick Seahag butt on Sunday night…..

    This game sets tone for rest of season…

    Gonna be a challenge….
    Suspect Beast-mode drooling if he’s watching replay of Forte tearing up the D line last Sunday….