In the first half of Sunday’s game against the Jets, the Packer offense did everything they could in the first half to lose. The game almost started with a pick-six touchdown for the Jets on an unnecessarily low throw from Rodgers to Robert Tonyan. The replay went the Packers way, leaving Green Bay fans ominously thankful for a three and out. The Packers proceeded to go three and out three times to start the game. But, those drives did not include the ugliest part of Green Bay’s first half attempts to score points. If you have ever traveled from Europe and then tried to get up at your regular time the day after returning you could probably relate to this Packer offensive display. They seemed to be a step slow on every play. The offensive line, Rodgers, the running backs, even the receivers Many Packer fans were certain that the first half’s low point was a Crosby blocked field goal that kept the score tied at 0-0. But a new low point emerged when the handoff exchange between Rodgers and A.J. Dillon resulted in a fumble giving the Jets the ball at the Green Bay 34 yard line.
If the Packer offense was still in a jet-lag trance, the defense must have flown back on a different plane from London. The Packer defense had a historically good first half of football. The defense forced five straight punts and then stopped the Jets after the Green Bay fumble put New York at the Packer 34. Both Rashan Gary and Kingsley Enagbare had sacks of the Jets’ Wilson. Enagbare’s was his first NFL sack. The defense’s stop of the Jets and forced field goal could have been a momentum changer for the Packers, but the offense turned the ball over to the Jets on downs on their next drive. The Packer defense kept Green Bay in the game in the first half as the Green and Gold were down 3-0. Unfortunately, the defense’s rugged play faded in the second half allowing two big plays and a touchdown to the Jets early in the third quarter. The first big play was poor coverage by Eric Stokes who gave up a 41 yard deep sideline throw. The next play New York ran an outside run no Packer defender seemed interested in stopping. As the game continued the defense again allowed big gains, the biggest dagger was a 30 yard touchdown run that rookie linebacker Quay Walker failed to diagnose, allowing the Jets running back to run right by him to daylight. The offense tried to rally but they failed. As the Packer 4th quarter offensive drive ended on a failed fourth down, Packer fans then watched the defense literally quit on the field, allowing the Jets to march down to the goal line. An attempted rally at the goal line was thwarted by two big defensive penalties and ultimately was insufficient, allowing the Jets to deliver a field goal for a three score advantage.
The worst part of the defeat was the domination of the Packer offensive line of scrimmage by the Jet defense. The four sacks allowed doesn’t even begin to paint the picture of the Packer failures in the trenches. The inability to run the ball or protect the quarterback occurred on every drive. The Packers only took one offensive snap from scrimmage inside the Jets 20 yard line. Rodgers missed on a number of throws and now his pass catching options are reduced even further as Randall Cobb’s game injury looks serious based on his emotional reaction.
The Packers are 3-3. They are trending down. Two losses in a row, a first for LaFleur, is an unimportant stat. The nature of the last two losses speak to the depths of the Packer’s problems. Their special teams, even with a nice blocked punt, contributed to this loss with a blocked punt allowed that scored a critical touchdown and a blocked field goal attempt. Ten points given away by your special teams is never a winning formula. At the end of this day, the Packers must remember that this is only one game on the stat sheet. It will be up to the team to decide if this was the precipice, or the anomaly. The Washington Commanders await in D.C. next Sunday.
*3rd and 1*
— erin alyce (@herooine) October 16, 2022
“Ten points given away by your special teams is never a winning formula.”
That’s for sure. That statement is giving me deja vu. Unfortunately, those ten points wouldn’t have mattered anyway because the offense played like absolute dog shit.
Always good to see you Cheese.
Wait a damn minute…lol
I thought special teams “was fixed”
I read comments after the draft, during the off season, and all of a sudden we had a Super Bowl caliber team according to most.
“The top 5 defense and run game are taking us right to the Super Bowl” – said the 9th grade drop out.
I read comments about the new special teams coach and most (some) figured, special teams was fixed.
When will some fans realize, a draft or a new hire …..doesn’t mean shit……until it means shit.
I hope that’s understandable.
Same to you PF4L.
Yeah, the entire team is stacked to the sky with talent, thanks to the mastermind GM, and the only thing holding them back is that pesky quarterback. The pesky QB who the GM also signed to a $50million a year contract after trading up to draft his successor, who continues to sit the bench and provide no value to the team on the field.
In no way attempting to justify the bad play, but the teams they’ve lost to thus far have a collective 15-3 record….
Still sticking to my prediction – 2022 Packers will go down in NFL history as most overrated, underachieving team ever …..
It is not only two losses in a row. It is two losses in a row where they were favored by more than seven points in each game.
That hasn’t happened since more than twenty years ago.
Two losses but also struggled in all three wins. There have been almost no exciting plays and we’ve had six games. Very few passes longer than 20 yards are attempted or even caught usually because no one is open and much of the time it’s a desperation pass. But at the same time, I’m not really surprised. I was hopeful that things would be okay without Adams. I wanted Watson to be good and Doubs. But the fact that neither is helping much isn’t a surprise. Watson was a project player, but I think even this result is worse than I thought and it ended up being the worst possible outcome. Watson is hurt every week and the Packers are thinking of putting him on IR which would take him out at least four weeks. Doubs is okay so far but not doing anything great. I don’t see anything ahead except more losses.
Put Watson on 1st flight out of town, total reach/bust, same with A. Rodgers. Gutekunst moves up to get Watson & Love, 2 wasted picks, but doesnt do it to get a Justin Jefferson or JaMaar Chase. Real genius GM we have, he’s as bad as Cadaver Thompson. I’m Waiting to see him spaced out , jerruling on himself in press box.
LaFleur 3-5 in his last 8 games dating back to last season….
I put all the blame on the coach`s. So fire them all and bring in Chuck Cecil #26 as the new coach
Chuck “The Hit Man” Cecil!!
Good call Stick!!
Loved that guy, a friggin human torpedo on special teams !!!
This team looks like the teams of the 80s and early 90s. It was a fun ride the last 30 years, but I think it’s over. In the late 80s and early 90s, the Packer offensive line looked really, really bad, and the quarterback play was terrible. The Packers still had Sterling Sharpe, probably the best Packer receiver of all time, but in those bad years even his presence didn’t make a difference, they still had a lot of losing seasons. And I think that’s where the Packers are right now. You can argue that the offensive line play was terrible, which it was, and I’m sure the Rodgers apologists will say the problem is with everyone but Rodgers, but as we saw when Brett Favre started in the early 90s and teams had to respect his quarterbacking abilities, suddenly the same Packers bad offensive line became much better. Rodgers is way off target and it’s probably worse now with his thumb. A free agent wide receiver is not the solution. I’m not saying Rodgers is Anthony Dilweg or Blair Kiel or Mike Tomczak. But statistics show the receivers are getting open, he’s just not hitting them. And defenses know this, they’re daring him to throw, which he is doing and then missing his receivers.
Now the big problem for the Packers is that when Rodgers retires at the end of this season when they end up 5-12, they are going to get hit with something like a $70 million cap hit, which will destroy the Packers.
You know he’s retiring after this season?
Did Rodgers call you and tell you that?
Or did Tommi tell you that and you automatically drink it up?
Thinking out loud…..
Can we trade Wyatt, Watson, and *Walker for a true #2 receiver?
Still such a bitter guy? Still so abusive? Still?
Still!!……Damn straight Tommi.
Still….keeping things real.
How about you?
Note….Tommi may be posting more under the Killer username, if the vikings continue to do well.
We’ll just have to wait n see which way the wind blows.
Most of what you said is true, but don’t forget about that great 1989 season where they played above their heads with Majikowski and Sharpe.
Lindy Infante’s teams gave a little taste to the fans of the old days
“I’ve spoken to some people within the #Packers organization, they told me that QB Aaron Rodgers has “made it clear” that he plans to retire following the season.” pic.twitter.com/XAyHX5Etl1
— Michael Balko (@MichaelBalkoJr) October 12, 2022
Its Time to start contacting Sean Paytons agent!!! Right the WRONG from that total FU from 2006. Lefluer sucks, horrible coach!! W/O Rodgers his record would look 11-43 & he prob is already gone. Now that incompetent Gutekunst has ravaged the roster even Aaron cant save this pile of garbage & draft busts
I like LaFleur. He can occasionally admit his mistakes. The problem with him is that he is beholden to Aaron Rodgers on play calls, and his defensive coordinator is pure garbage
Really looking forward to that Buffalo game in 2 weeks. over/under how long we’re in it 5-8 mins?. Nothing better than being Humiliated on Primetime
Did anybody point out when Joe Barry was hired as the defensive coordinator, that he is associated with the 2008 Detroit Lions garbage team?
Ron wolf and Mike Holmgren would have never hired such people associated with losers like that
At least Rodgers was consistent the whole game and not just for half of it. He stunk it up. The NFL is a young man’s game. Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson and Tom Brady are finding out the hard way the game has passed them by. One more month of this and it’s going to be Jordan Love’s time. It’s hard to believe Love doesn’t put up more than 10 against the Jets. Does this mean New York “owns” Aaron Rodgers? Both teams have made him their bitch. When you talk shit, it always comes back and bites you in the ass. Aaron Rodgers tells us it’s time to simplify the offense. The same offense that he was able to stat whore back to back MVP awards? Randall Cobb lasted until the middle of October just like I said he would. It’s time to start Nijman at RT and Jenkins at RG. Or Tom at RG and leave Jenkins where he’s at. Bakhtiari played the whole game at LT and held up well. Luckily we play the Commanders this week. That’s as close to Detroit or Chicago little Erin is going to get. If he can’t beat them then it’s time to move on….
” One more month of this and it’s going to be Jordan Love’s time.”
Time for what…to throw more Interceptions than TD’s?
To remind us of that colossal fuck up of that draft pick…all over again?
To devalue his trade value from a 5th round pick, to a 7th round pick?
KIDS….Take Your Meds.
…. maybe the offense won’t be too complicated with too much motion for him …
I cant believe im saying this since the last couple of years under MM were so damn bad; but this team looks poorly coached……
Not that MLF is fault free….But unless MLF drafted our picks, made up our roster, let the receiver room dissolve into almost nothing, i’m not putting this on him.
But that’s just me, i’m just not willing to give Gute or Murphy a free pass on all the epic fuck ups they created, starting with showing Jordy the door in 2018, and the dumb fuck signing of Jimmy Graham 4 or 5 years after his prime.
Exactly. As long as the team’s making money, which they always are, I don’t think Mark Murphy is going to shake things up. Gutekunst will continue to run the team into the ground for the next few years with his bad draft choices
Things said after the Graham signing, some directly, like this one…..
PF4L 5 years ago
I have no words…
But i will.
PF4L 4 years ago
Jared Cook…59 targets…546 yards…3 Td’s……Cost = 5.3 million
Jimmy Graham….55 targets….439 yards…2 TD’s……Cost = 13.25 million.
Lets not have any further Jimmy Graham discussions. Violators are subject to being banned, ranging from not less than 30 days, to having your account suspended indefinitely.
Thank you for understanding.
PF4L 4 years ago
Well then again, why give a tight end 13 million if you know he isn’t going to be used? It’s not like Gute, Russ Ball and McNugget are all new to this team and they don’t know each other.
Especially when New Orleans reportedly was offering him in the neighborhood of 7 million a year. Overpaying is one thing, offering to make someone the #1 paid receiver in the league is another. Especially if you didn’t have to.
Just because… 😎
Lonely Boy = Killer/Tommi
Ferris 4 years ago
Go away dipshit.
PF4L 4 years ago
You Lonely Boy…are a special kind of moron.
Find someone to read the definition of sarcasm to you. Then after, ask them nicely to explain it to you.
Icebowl 4 years ago
That was funny PF4L…. !!!!
That’s some of my finest writing.
Haven’t lost your sense of humor PF4L – thanks for the laughs !!!
…. and BTW you are the #1 GB Prognosticator of all time !
Yes Sir…been my pleasure.
You can quote all the stats you want to make your little pee pee hard Kevin. That won’t change the fact if we go 1-5 in next six weeks Jordan Love will be starting games in December. What’s Erin gonna do? Get mad? Retire? Demand a trade? Hold a grudge? We couldn’t get that lucky. Aaron Rodgers has had 12 years to get this team back to a super bowl. Twelve years! And I’m gonna let you in on a little secret. It ain’t happening this year either. Bruising Erin’s fragile ego is the least of management’s worries.
Princess…..Maybe Rodgers can skip practices….get mad and yell at his O lineman….take his own private jet to the game.
Just like dreamboat Tom Brady did last week, to lose his 2nd game in a row. AGAINST THE STEELERS!!
Losing QB Tom Brady passer rating…87.8
Winning QB Mitch Trubisky……142.4
Under Tommy law…i guess that makes Trubisky a better QB than Brady…right sweetheart?
Tommi…do you ever look in the mirror and ask God why he did this to you?
Tom, do you want Rodgers to get injured?
Because that’s the only way your scenario is going to happen
Tom M. is a viking fan troll who masquerades under various usernames.
Sad, to be sure. But apparently it’s allowed on this site.
Get that Trash outta here!! Lavender Penis logo fan. Nothing but SCUM to the West
Tommi’s back…yay 😊
Tommi…tell us more about these great O lineman the Packers have, tell us again how Newman is a Pro Bowler and Jake Hanson is a starter.
And, if you can…bring Killer back for a minute, i have a question for him….Thanks.
Feel better Kevin? That’s three rants in a row chalked full of stats and other absolutely useless information. Aaron Rodgers looks old, tired, and disinterested. Not unlike Tom Brady by the way. Of course the big difference is Tom Brady is 45 years old dealing with personal issues. When Brady was 38, like Rodgers is now, he was still winning Super Bowls. And that was SEVEN years ago! While Rodgers will never sniff another SB. To your point Doug, if we head into December and we’re 4-8 and out of the playoffs. Then it’s time to bench Rodgers and make a final evaluation on Jordan Love. We saw progress in training camp. How does that translate to regular season games? Is he a viable NFL starter or is he the next Justin Fields? These question must be answered. If he comes out and plays like he did against Detroit last year then it’s time to move on. There’s no substitute for real game experience. It would take some balls by LaFleur to set Rodgers down. But that’s what would be in the best interest of the organization. If the season continues on its current course Rodgers probably retires anyway. And if he demands to be traded? Good luck finding a taker. Rodgers, Brady, and Wilson, have soured the market on old, washed up QB’s. He can hold a grudge all he likes. He never made the 49ers pay for taking Alex Smith. Expect for one or two regular season games the 49ers always kicked Rodgers ass. Especially in the playoffs when it mattered most. That whole grudge drama Erin plays is way over done. There’s absolutely no reason to fear it.
You whined (mentioned) Rodgers name in your post…8 times!!
You feel better now?
Tom M 43 mins ago
“Rodgers will never sniff another SB.”
Haven’t you been telling us all off season how Rodgers and the receivers …didn’t matter?
How the top 5 defense and the running game were strong enough to win a Super Bowl?
What happened to that faith Princess?
Did you finalize realize the true value of Royce Newman? Isn’t he still a 10 year starter like you professed?
Did you happen to just notice that Rodgers was getting steamrolled by the other team’s front 4/7?
Did you have to reevaluate your abysmal assessment of the impact (or lack thereof) of the off season draft picks?
Do you think Jordan Love is going to look less than mediocre in pre-season…but he’ll be able to light it up in regular season games against starters? LOL..Love your sense of humor!!
Did you finally look in the mirror and come to the realization that you don’t have a clue? There is no shame in that Goober, we already knew.
Oh Tommi!…the entertainment never stops 🤣
“If the season continues on its current course Rodgers probably retires anyway.” – Princess
Yea, that’s right Tommi, he’ll probably retire and forgo (meaning – “gives up”) the remainder of 108 million in guaranteed money🙄
Sounds about right……Teach us more Tommi!!
To put that 2 year, 108 million into some perspective.
Brett Favre earned approximately 97 million in 16 years with the Packers
Some excellent articles on the current state of the Packers on acmepackingcompany.com today. Give them a read. Couldn’t agree more.
And you just mentioned my name 8 times in two posts, Kevin. I’m ever so flattered! But let’s not make Erin jealous. He’s much more your type. Do I actually think we’ll go 4-8? Not really. You start Yosh Nijman at RT and move Elgton Jenkins to RG that’s an easy OL fix. There’s no doubt Aaron Rodgers isn’t the player he once was. He misses too many open WR’s but he’s not Russell Wilson yet. The defense will be fine as long as the offense doesn’t keep them on the field the entire game. The problem I see is these games will be close and Rodgers doesn’t do well in close games. He likes big leads and everyone talking about how wonderful he is. Those days are long gone. The question remains, at what point do we abandon the present and prepare for the future? We’re not there yet. However many more games like the last two and management will be having to answer some hard questions…..
Sounds good Nancy.
But then what do you do with your projected 10 year starter Royce Newman?
You put him on the bench, or the clearance rack?
“The question remains, at what point do we abandon the present and prepare for the future?” – Some nobody
Apparently that point was 2020 when Gute traded up for Love…but didn’t have the intelligence or the balls to trade Rodgers for a King’s ransom.
Next question sweetheart?
Demovsky wrote a piece on why the Packers are struggling.
Doesn’t mention one receiver on the team.
He barely brings up receivers, other than to say…..
“The receivers aren’t clicking with the quarterback.”
Gee Rob!….thanks for the inside information.
No wonder ESPN nabbed you up from the Gazette…brilliant.
At least Rob included a quote at the very end of his article that’s intelligent.
The most intelligent thing i’ve read concerning the last 2 games.
“If we don’t block better,” LaFleur said, “it’s hard to do anything.”
Demovsky isn’t worth listening to. Dude has as much insightfulness as a bed post.
Like Tom M
Look Kevin, Aaron Rodgers is known for only one thing. Winning regular season games. Forget his abysmal playoff record. If he can no longer win regular season games then he’s not worth all the drama and all the diva bullshit he brings to the table. There’s absolutely no reason for Brian Gutekunst and Mark Murphy to kiss his ass anymore. They will absolutely sit his ass down in December to evaluate Jordan Love and not give two shits about Erin’s feelings. You assume Kevin, that Rodgers is the same player he’s always been and this is all somehow Royce Newman’s fault. But what if Father Time has finally caught up to Rodgers as it does with everyone. And more importantly, what if Rodgers realizes it. He isn’t going to play another two years like he’s playing now and tarnish his image for another 100 million when he’s banked well over three times that during his career. Rodgers has always fancied himself the intellectual with a wide array of interests and metaphysical pursuits. He loves to hit the pod cast circuit and gift us with his special knowledge. People are less likely to listen to a has been who hung around the game too long just to get a paycheck. If he walks away after this season he can just blame everything on the Packers. And you and Cheese and Ferris will believe every word of it. I’ve always said he’d play two more years and not three. I’m not so sure now….
You’re right again Princess. If Rodgers can’t win regular season games, it’s ONLY because of him. As you insinuate, he’s a has been, Father time has caught up with him….
Gee…so after two back to back MVP’s, he’s suddenly lost it? It has nothing to do with Gute and the receiving room?
It has nothing to do with the O line?
Reminds me of another guy who all of a sudden lost it, he was “washed up”. The same guy who had 22 TD receptions in 21 games with Rodgers. Then Hundley stepped on the field and that’s the exact same time that Jordy Nelson lost a step and was washed up. WHAT A COINCIDENCE!!
LOL…Thanks for your insight Tommi…you’re brilliance is illuminating as always.
Like i said back in 2015 when some fans wrote Rodgers off…..
Rodgers is good enough to overcome a weak receiver room, and even a weak O line….But NOT at the same time.
Make sense Princess?
Yea…i doubt it also.
Now…Since you brought up Royce Newman….tell us so more about his 10 year career as a starting guard in the NFL.
Mind you…Jordy Nelson, the season before “he lost it”, led the league in TD’s, right after having ACL surgery.
This is not to disparage your knowledge and intelligence concerning everything Vikings and Packers.
Rob Demovsky isn’t an Aaron Rodgers fanboy like most of you ladies. In fact, none of the reporters for the Journal-Sentinel or the Press-Gazette that cover the Packers are even Packer fans save Aaron Nagler. They’re not looking to blame someone other than Rodgers. They just report what they see. It’s called objective journalism. Not something the posters here would understand.
LOL…yea…none of the other Journal or Gazette reporters are Packer fans.
Good call Tom!!
Did you research all those reporters one day after you got done dirt digging on Rodgers and his girlfriends, and finding out if his dog came from a broken home?
Or do you just make things up as you go like usual?
Rob Demovsky is ESPN’s version of Larry McCarren.
Nothing is wrong with the Packers, ever. The Packers are the best run front office in the NFL. Murphy and Gutenkunst are pure geniuses for how they handled the Love pick and both should have won co-Executive of the Year awards for that move alone.
Gute should have won Executive of the Year awards by now just on his draft picks, he’s hit on 4 players in only 5 drafts!! 5 players if you include 10 year starter Royce Newman!!
Nobody has that much success!
Give him a 5 year extension Murph!!….he’s earned it!!….lol
Keep bringing the heat Princess!! 😊
The problem Kevin is Jordy Nelson wasn’t two
months away from turning 39 years old. Jordy lost it at 33 when he retired almost six years earlier than Rodgers is now. Aaron Rodgers isn’t recovering from physical injury that you can work your way out of at 29 like Jordy. Rodgers is 39 with a skill set in obvious decline. You don’t work your way out of that. So there is no real comparison between the two. If you listen to him talk, with his simplifying the offense nonsense, that Matt LaFleur says I have no idea what that means. He sure sounds like he’s done to me. Look, I would be surprised if he retired after this season but not shocked. I think the only reason he has returns is if Romeo Doubs and Christian Watson show him enough to want come back. And in order for that to happen he’s going to have to get them the ball. Which in turn will cause his stats to drop because after all, they are rookies. And that’s all Aaron Rodgers has ever been able to give you is stats. Rodgers protects his stats just like you love to quote them Kevin. Will he sacrifice his beloved stats to expedite the rookie’s development? It seems unlikely.
“I think the only reason he has returns is if Romeo Doubs and Christian Watson show him enough to want come back.”
Stay in School Kids!
What’s Christian Watson going to show?
That he likes to sit next to Jordan Love on the bench and keep him company?
I digress, he’s young and he gets some time to prove himself.
But at this point, that seems about as likely as someone that comes on this website, wanting you here.
Not sure why the NFL & Packers bother with any press coverage??? Cut that expense, Bevis & Butthead in front office won’t make any moves. Tumbleweeds blow thru 1265 Lombardi ave. Only thing Packers do is shuffle Practice squad players back & fourth, like moving deck chairs on Titanic.
It could be argued, making moves for receivers is about 1 day to 4 years too late.
But in all fairness to Gute, he has made moves during the last 4 years to improve the receiver room.
Unfortunately, most all the moves have been wrong.
But there’s always a bright side, cup half full. Someday we may be able to pull a 6th round pick for Jordan Love.
Gute is an evil genius.
Wile E. Coyote
Worth a read…..
“Almost 4 ½ years since taking over for Ted Thompson, arguably four of the team’s five best players still were drafted by Thompson: Aaron Rodgers, David Bakhtiari, Kenny Clark and Aaron Jones. Alexander is Gutekunst’s only top-5 acquisition.”
Ouch. Obviously this article was written 6 months ago. I’d switch out Baktiari for Gary now, but it doesn’t say much for the rest of Gutes picks.
Interesting read. It’s good to see that not everyone is drinking Murphy’s kool-aid.
McGinn was pissed off he couldn’t get credentials from the Packers after leaving the Journal and starting his own website which his kid helped him develop (it failed, but regardless) .
McGinn has always been a Favre guy, he’s not a big Rodgers guy as you probably are aware from his article. But he’s been around forever and has seen and heard quite a bit.
I also didn’t agree with every single point in his article, but it mostly stands on it’s own merit.
The bottom line Kevin is the Packers are paying Aaron Rodgers 50 million dollars to be an average QB that refuses to run Matt LaFleur’s offense. There’s no way LaFleur’s game plan has Aaron Jones getting 9 touches and Rodgers throws 40 times. The Kyle Shanahan/Sean McVay offense is predicated on running the football. It also requires a lot of motion. Rodgers doesn’t like either. He said as much this week when he said he prefers the west coast offense. Aaron Rodgers doesn’t win playoff games and he doesn’t win championships. His claim to fame is worthless, meaningless, regular season stats that he can no longer produce. What we’re stuck with is a soon to be 39 year old QB with a deteriorating skill set who stubbornly refuses run his HC’s offense. If this season ends in disaster, and it’s circling the drain. You can bet your momma’s double wide retirement is on the table for your boyfriend. Let’s hope it happens.
Tom M 7 hours ago
The bottom line Kevin is the Packers are paying Aaron Rodgers 50 million dollars, and to deplete the talent at wr and tight end is basically derelict of duty from Packer upper management.
Not to mention getting his ass kicked behind that O line.
It might be a first, but i have to agree with you.
It wasn’t long ago that some posters were lamenting how this site was going a bit dead. Well, it seems like the comments are starting to come back. All it took was some sucky on-field performances to get the juices flowing and get some folks to return.
November 1st is the trade deadline. Anyone care to take a stab at that? Does anyone find it funny at all that Green Bay is rumored as trade partner with Pittsburgh to acquire Chase Claypool? Cause the thing I find ironic about it is that Claypool’s services are now regarded as surplus to the Steelers after their pick of George Pickens, who the Steelers did not trade up to get at pick 52 (Rd 2) in this year’s draft. I’m not saying they should go after Claypool, I’m just tossing it out for discussion.
Didn’t Green Bay bring George Pickens into town for a pre-draft visit? What was it about his metrics/RHAS/tangibles that was so bad for Green Bay’s evaluators I wonder?
Well….i’m thinking that fixing some of the issues posting on this site went a long way.
New guys, and readers who didn’t post much weren’t going to put up with it.
The veterans here stuck it out almost to the edge of the sites death.
Hell, even our obsessed, mentally challenged viking fan stuck around.
LOL…Like, where was he going to go right. 🙄
Technical difficulties, Russian bots, the wicked Nonce and whatever Gremlins was a part of it. But I’ll still stick by the suck as a big reason folks are getting stoked and getting back to posting. Just as the performance of a team on the field is multi-varied, so are the motivations for discussion.
If this team sh!ts the bed against the Commies, watch out. If they just squeak by, it will still get interesting.
I tossed that Claypool rumor out there but I don’t buy it. Green Bay is not “one receiver” away from fixing the ills they have right now. One dubious trade might rob team talent and draft capital and that is too important, especially if they get sweet draft picks next year based on current level of play. The bigger immediate fix they need right now is figuring out that offensive line. I used to think that was one of the places of talent evaluation they got correct in relation to the rest of the positions. But dammit, do the other guys suck so bad that Royce Newman still makes it onto the field?
Get that O-line squared away and #12 gets more time and he’s not on his ass or hurrying. Maybe then he misses a bit less and hits on some of those open down-field opportunities. Get that O-line squared away and AJ Dillon might look a whole lot better. I can’t believe promoting Stenavich has screwed over this unit so badly. The guy is still with the team, he’s the O coordinator for Crissakes!
Receivers are and will be a problem for a time to come. Matt LaFleur went 13-3 in regular season times 3 in large part because of Aaron Rodgers throwing at least 100 times to Davante Adams eash season. That is not replaced with Hammy Watkins and a couple rookie draft picks and it won’t be replaced with any current receiver rumored on the trade block. They have to figure this out and I lay this one in the lap of the GM for getting them in this mess with receiver lack of talent.
At this point, I’m still a bit hopeful they can correct some things to be in the hunt for a Wild Card.
You took the words out of my mouth PF4L. Jordy Nelson was leading the league in touchdowns at the time but he magically “lost a step” when Brett Hundley was made the starter. No coincidence there.
Rodgers just had back to back MVP seasons but he also magically just “lost a step.” It has nothing to do with losing his top two recievers, having no plan to replace those recievers, rookie wr’s trying to learn the offense or even just get on the field, the offensive line giving opponents a free pass to the backfield, or losing the offensive coordinator and the QB coach from last year. None of that applies. There is no nuance. Rodgers has simply lost it.
“Jordy lost it at 33 when he retired almost six years earlier than Rodgers is now”- Tom M
Jordy didn’t retire because he “lost it.’ He retired because he didn’t want to keep moving his family around from city to city chasing some football career with teams that didn’t feel like home. Green Bay was home but Goontekunst foolishly showed him the door. Jordy cared more about his family than he did pumping his ego with football milestones. That sounds like the opposite of your boyfriend. As far as the age thing goes, playing into your late 30’s early 40’s as a quarterback is an entrirely different animal than it is playing WR. Then again, nuance has never been your strong suit.
For as bad as the Packers have looked this year, Aaron Rodgers still beat Tom Brady. And Green Bay has the same record as the Buccaneers.
Aaron Rodgers didn’t just beat Tom Brady, he took him to school and ate his lunch.
Plus it’s being rumored, that Brady caught Rodgers and Gisele in bed together, but that hasn’t been confirmed yet.
No Kevin, Rodgers didn’t eat his lunch, but he did toss Brady’s salad. And the only way Rodgers goes to bed with Gisele is if she’s wearing a 12 inch strap on. Just like the one Shailene used to peg him with. The three biggest fantasies that Kevin and Cheese believe:
1) Aaron Rodgers is the best QB ever!
2) Jordy Nelson could still play today!
3) Aaron Rodgers LOVES pussy!
You two are beyond pathetic. While the big boys will still be playing football in January, Aaron Rodgers will him home once again. All the while you’ll be gloating about a meaningless game in September down in Tampa. You three are meant for each other…
I’m sure that’s not the only thing Kevin took out of your mouth Cheese. Sorry, that was just too easy to resist. If you and Kevin want to live the fantasy that Jordy Nelson could still play at a high level for countless more season and that Erin’s the best QB ever. I say live the dream girls! It’s not reality but when did that ever stop you two. Jordy was cut by the Raiders with a year remaining on his contract and virtually no one resigned him. It crystal clear that no other GM shared your enthusiasm for Jordy Nelson. Jordy is one of my favorite all time Packers so it gives me no joy to say it but when it’s over, it’s over, and he knew it even if you two don’t. It’s now happening to Rodgers and Randall Cobb. Regardless of what happened last season.
No Kevin, Aaron Rodgers did not eat Tom Brady’s lunch. But Aaron did toss Tom’s salad. And the only way Rodgers gets in bed with Gisele is if she’s wearing a 12 inch strap on. Just like the one Shailene used to wear…..
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Bündchen believes in astrology, manifestation, and witchcraft. According to Tom Brady, she has used these methods to successfully predict when he would win or lose the Super Bowl.
Psychic readings and Witchcraft!!….Can i get a hell yea!?!?….lmao
LOL. Gomer gives Rodgers all kinds of crap for his rumored girlfriend allegedly being a witch, to which she has denied. Then we find out that his boyfriends wife uses witchcraft to predict whether Brady will win the Super Bowl. I wonder if she predicted that that he’d lose to the Eagles back-up QB and to Eli “The Silent Killer” Manning twice.
Let me explain this to you Cheese. Regardless of their “religious preferences.” One QB is married to a super model. While the other QB dates someone with a horse face resembling your sister. And I don’t mean to offend the horse. You’d think Erin could afford a hotter beard. I guess 50 million a season doesn’t go as far as it used to……
“Let me explain this to you Cheese. Regardless of their “religious preferences.”
LOLOLOL. Once it has to do with Brady’s wife all of a sudden it’s called “religious preferences.” You’re such a troll it’s impressive.
“One QB is married to a super model.”
Not for long. Brag about Brady’s 7 sportsball rings all you want. He’s about to lose his most important one. Maybe he should have pulled a Jordy Nelson and put his family first. Oh, but then the media would have thought that he had “lost a step”. Can’t have that, can we Tom?
” While the other QB dates someone with a horse face resembling your sister.”
You mean the sister that you bragged about having sex with? I thought a poonhound like yourself had higher standards than that. Here come the double standards again. You can brag about banging a horse face but Rodgers isn’t allowed to? I don’t think that’s very fair, Tom. Not fair at all.
Why is it, that i can picture Tommi at some protest in Minnesota, carrying a sign that says “Defund The Police.”
After vandalizing some storefront and stealing some liquor, maybe even scoring a TV.
Tom M 4 hours ago
No Kevin, Rodgers didn’t eat his lunch, but he did toss Brady’s salad.
How old are you Gomer…seriously.
Off the cuff…..
“At this point, I’m still a bit hopeful they can correct some things to be in the hunt for a Wild Card.” – Things usually spoken by a viking fan for $400 Alex.
Tom M 12 hours ago
“Let me explain this to you Cheese…….. ” – Something the mentally challenged might say in a football forum.
Wouldn’t it be entertaining if Tommi could explain (again)…… how Royce Newman is a 10 year starter?
Or explain to us how the Jordan Love fiasco will pay off some day for the Packers and how Gute should have won Executive of the Year for that move.
Maybe he could explain all of Gutes success in the 3rd round….that shouldn’t take long, so maybe he can then tell (explain) us how Gute has worked his magic in rounds 4-7.
Maybe Tommi can explain to us why Murphy and Gute gave Rodgers 150 million guaranteed through season 2024.
Or explain (again) to us how good Kevin King was last season (again), and why then, a 27 year old 1st round pick sits at home and watches the games like we do.
Tommi Listen…to explain something, you first have to be able to understand something……keep trying Scooter!!
Stay in School Kids!
Random…….I’m wondering…when Rodgers rolled off of Tom Brady’s wife, i wonder if she was able to give him a psychic reading on whether the Packers were going to win today.