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    Just As Planned

  • #2
    ... And the smears of Jeff Tedford live on. ;-___- Was it against the first team defense? Because the Packers have a great pass rush last time I checked, and it might of been because he's not used to the pressure... but didn't he also have his superb line? This does not bode well at all...

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    • #3
      Originally posted by PuppyPuncher View Post


      Just As Planned
      lol God love ya Puppy.

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      • #4
        Um... it's practice?


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        • #5
          I thought the defense played great

          How is it just as planned?
          And now for something completely different

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          • #6
            Haa...Tarvaris Jackson went 10-12 with a TD and no INT's in his scrimmage against the Chiefs!

            Imagine the pressure Rodgers will be on if they let Favre be the backup.

            It doesn't sound like Favre and McCarthy's meeting is going to well. It was supposed to be over at 8:15 CT and it's still going. John Clayton said he thinks McCarthy is still trying to get Favre to stay retired.

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            • #7
              the chiefs? i hope you are proud lol
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              • #8
                He's probably pissed off with this whole Favre situation. The sooner this issue is resolved for Rodgers, Favre, and the Packers, the better.
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                • #9
                  one can only hope so Matt lol
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                  • #10
                    Favre and McCarthy are still meeting. How do you meet for 4-5 hours?

                    I bet there are some heated discussions going on in there.

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                    • #11
                      this whole situation is dumb as hell i dont understand why he has to play again in the first place?
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by IlliniVikeFan23 View Post
                        Favre and McCarthy are still meeting. How do you meet for 4-5 hours?

                        I bet there are some heated discussions going on in there.
                        The only way you meet that long is if you tell Brett Aaron is the starter no matter what.

                        I hope the Packers don't give Favre any reps in practice, don't play him in preseason, and then release him the day before the first game.
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                        • #13
                          I can't believe how much Ted Thompson and the whole franchise has bottled it over this issue.

                          It's gone from no chance we want Brett back to now having an open competition for the QB job.

                          Essentially Brett will be the starting QB. I'd imagine, if he still has the skills he showed last season, he'd beat A-Rod to the starting place.

                          Rodgers must be extremely P-ed off. He's handling the whole situation in a perfect manner. Sure in this scrimmage he didn't play too well and this exeplifies what he will have all season. He plays poor and everybody wants Brett back.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by St_Conroy View Post
                            I can't believe how much Ted Thompson and the whole franchise has bottled it over this issue.

                            It's gone from no chance we want Brett back to now having an open competition for the QB job.

                            Essentially Brett will be the starting QB. I'd imagine, if he still has the skills he showed last season, he'd beat A-Rod to the starting place.

                            Rodgers must be extremely P-ed off. He's handling the whole situation in a perfect manner. Sure in this scrimmage he didn't play too well and this exeplifies what he will have all season. He plays poor and everybody wants Brett back.
                            If this was an open competition, then Brett Favre and Mike McCarthy wouldn't have been in a meeting until midnight last night.

                            Based on this meeting, I think the Packers are going to eventually release Favre.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Matt McGuire View Post
                              If this was an open competition, then Brett Favre and Mike McCarthy wouldn't have been in a meeting until midnight last night.

                              Based on this meeting, I think the Packers are going to eventually release Favre.
                              I would agree with that.

                              BTW: I watched that game last night and Rodgers didn't look bad at all. The defense played great and brought a lot of pressure, and the weather conditions weren't good. That stat looks much worse than it is IMO.
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