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Brett Goode’s Reign of Terror will Continue

The Green Bay Packers have been trying to give their long snapper job to someone other than Brett Goode for the past two years.

They have again failed to do so.

This year, the guy was supposed to be Derek Hart, but the Packers released him on Monday.

Hart’s biggest failure was during Family Night, when kicker Mason Crosby missed more field goals than he made. That seemingly prompted the Packers to bring back Goode — their long snapper for the past nine seasons — two weeks ago.

Hart and Goode were supposedly in an open competition, but the writing was on the wall when the Packers re-signed Goode.

Goode has been solid since returning and Hart snapped on a missed Crosby field goal on Saturday night in Denver.

Clearly, the Packers had seen enough and concluded that Hart was the issue with Crosby’s struggles. The kicker is also breaking in a new holder in rookie punter Justin Vogel. However, Vogel has been the only punter in camp.

Long live the mullet!

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Mordecai Jones

Mordecai is a writer living in Los Angeles. He primarily writes screenplays, but also does crap like this because GREEN BAY PACKERS, baby!

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3 Comments

  1. Empacador August 28, 2017

    “Laces out, Dan!”

  2. MMTTDCSUCK August 28, 2017

    Goode is Good . . .

  3. MMTTDCSUCK August 28, 2017

    This Goode “fiasco” is a microcosm of the packers coaching staff and brain trust (especially that fucktard TT) shortcomings. When something works . . . DON’T FIX IT! Trying to go on the cheap? All this did was play with Crosby’s head, show Goode that this organization has no loyalty and could care less about him. All this bullshit and stress to save much less than a million dollars??? Goode has performed wonderfully for years! Why change? PAY ATTENTION to the problematic parts of the team! There are certainly enough of them! What the fuck is wrong with this brain trust? Instead of dicking around with Goode, they should have been working on OLB, ILB, O Line , D Line! These BUFFOONS have no clue . . .