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  1. Time to hold Mark Murphy accountable?

    Gotta love the off-season
  2. 2019 Draft Discussion

    Fant has never made sense for MLF's offense. Freak athlete or not, I'd be very surprised to see GB select him.
  3. 2019 Free Agent Discussion

    Probably the single dumbest draft blurb I have seen this year. Draft a top receiving talent that Rodgers can't ignore? That kind of talent does not exist in this draft. Probably not in any draft.
  4. Every time I think I am used to the blind support of Rodgers by some fans, I am proven wrong. It always has more levels.
  5. One of these things is not like the others.
  6. I'll admit I haven't read this entire thread, but we have GB fans that seriously want to part ways with Rodgers? That's an impressive overreaction.
  7. Does there need to be more to it? At it's core, this is what the entire thread is about.
  8. One that note, something that I think is being largely overlooked in the aftermath of this article is that Rodgers is a virtual lock to go out of his way to disprove all of the negative **** that is being said about him. It's how his mind works. I think MLF's path forward with Rodgers job just got easier. I also think the 2019 projections for the young WR's can be bumped 25 percent or so. Those guys are going to be peppered with targets. I think Dunn did GB fans a huge favor when he put this article out.
  9. That's what I still remember most about that loss. There were so many failures across the board. It truly was a total team breakdown, with some bizarre bad luck thrown into the mix.
  10. This play epitomizes the single biggest reason the GB offense has stagnated the past few years. Complaining about Mac's overall scheme being stale was fair, but the offense clearly wasn't being executed as designed. It was so obvious, yet only a few seemed willing to acknowledge it was a problem.
  11. I'm a little surprised by how many seem to dispute the general facts of the article. Rodgers can be a self absorbed a-hole, and Mac had no answers when the league made adjustments to slow down his scheme. Both of those basic truths have seemed fairly obvious for years.
  12. I have no opinion on how true it may or may not be, I have no way to know. I do know it was talked about often enough among GB fans. The article wasn't shining new light on anything that wasn't already well covered ground among GB fans.
  13. I don't disagree much with the general tone of the article. The reality is that it's not much different than what has been discussed among GB fans for the past several years. TT's health was failing, Mac's scheme is stale, the team is complacent, Rodgers improvises too much, holds the ball to long, holds grudges, and doesn't trust young players. All the hits. Going through the entire article, it seemed like the same general themes were being repeated over and over (and over and over and over and over and over and over and over) for a few thousand words. I think the entire thing could have been whittled down to the summary of the 2018 season that came at the end, but I guess part of Dunn's point was how far back the problems went. All that being said, nothing in the article seemed especially surprising. Maybe the missing team meetings for massage stuff, but that particular allegation seems unlikely to be true. At least not the way it was described.
  14. 2019 Draft Discussion

    Would the GB draft guru's be upset about a Ferrell/Tillery combo at #12/#30? That's kind of where I'm at right now if I had to make my best guess. I don't love Tillery, but I can definitely see GB snapping him up at #30 if he's there.
  15. 2019 Draft Discussion

    I like AJ Brown, but it would need to be at #44 as opposed to #30