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Everything posted by Packerraymond

  1. We signed Damarea Crockett to the PS today, so Carson maybe gone. Crockett is actually an athlete.
  2. The announcers really didn't make a mention of Rodgers facemask before the hailmary if I recall and that was a big thing for a day or two after, should we have gotten that last play? It was a controversial call, I think you're being naive assuming most of those watching at 11pm on a work night don't know the rules of football and take their stance from the announcers booth.
  3. 2019 WR Corps

    He's a FA, what if they don't want to pay a TE going into a rebuild? It's not really a position that moves the needle if you're a bad team.
  4. Random Packer News & Notes

    We're 5-1, I think we're fine. The Graham crap is getting old. People need to be angry about something at all times, even when we're successful. Graham is a Packer and if he caught a dose of the fountain of youth, we'd become an even better team. We should be rooting for that instead of crapping on him at all times cause he makes good money. That money's spent, can't recoup it, might as well root for Jimmy.
  5. Rules - Help me understand

    Could argue he was down at the half yard line. Not sure if the committee that reviews TDs has access to "pylon cam" or if thats an ESPN thing only. We would've burned 40 more seconds and Jamal Williams would've scored a TD on the next play so in reality was probably more beneficial for Detroit that was called a TD anyway.
  6. How many "casual fans" watch games in which their local team isn't in? Also wouldn't the mainstream media coverage do the same thing the morning after and create the same issue? Even if Booger doesn't say a word, this call is making the same impact. Booger sucks, but acting like the fallout is his fault doesn't make sense to me at all.
  7. If this was a noon or 3:15 game, I agree. The announcers had little to do with the aftermath, it was a national, primetime game. The Seattle/Detroit with the fumble kick game was SNF and those two in the booth didn't ***** and moan about it and I still remember hearing about for a few days after. Primetime game is the major factor here. No one cared about the CMIII RTP game because everyone was watching their team or the team closest to their market. This one all football fans were watching.
  8. Green Bay Packers 2019 Offensive Line

    Is that really a high price tag to pay for a #6 OL? I say no.
  9. Random Packer News & Notes

    As nice as this sounds I'd rather just get drunk on beer and bourbon while eating chili and watching my team destroy bad opponents like Pats fans get to do every week. That Washington is the only one right now I feel really good will be that way.
  10. 2019 WR Corps

    When did this board develop EQ haters with bad takes? Haven't we reached an age now where the "well maybe this is one of those 1-2% of the times where Schefter and Rap are wrong!" can die? EQ has a high ankle sprain and is probably close to being ready to go if he could. IR-ing EQ was really freaking dumb, especially when the guy we kept in James Crawford got cut less than a week later because he wasn't good. There's no question he's a hell of a lot better than Shep and Kumerow and with the way MVS and Allison are playing he might be our #2 WR.
  11. We'll probably be looking for a RB and ILB. Maybe a backup QB, EDGE and S too depending on what becomes available. Gutey loves playing around with the back end of the roster more than Ted, post any guys that get cut that interest you in here.
  12. Aaron Rodgers Appreciation Thread 4.20

    Do you enjoy things in life or are you on the constant grind to prove your statements correct? Lol. I'm going to post that Mac was the reason Rodgers didn't throw to RBs after we win the SB to test this.
  13. 2019 WR Corps

  14. Don't think that was PI at all, great play by Redmond, the contact was so absolutely minimal and then he got the PBU. He's rebounded so well after the Eagles game and looks like a former 3rd round pick who was well regarded coming out of Miss State.
  15. MNF: Lions at Packers

    Would you want Hock to run into defenders after a catch holding the ball on his forearm or pressed into his armpit? Would you feel safe as a fan that he has control of that ball and wouldn't fumble it? One is a tuck the other isn't.
  16. MNF: Lions at Packers

    We moved the needle from catches that were actual catches being called incomplete and I think we're in a happy medium now. Let's not move it so that making contact with the ball with two hands now constitutes a catch, it's ridiculous. That's a drop, 100%, has always been and should always be a drop.
  17. MNF: Lions at Packers

    He dropped the pass man, take off the blue and silver glasses.
  18. MNF: Lions at Packers

    No we don't, that's an incompletion and it's not really even debatable.
  19. MNF: Lions at Packers

    Definitely not controlled. A tuck is not bringing the ball to your chest. It's orientating the ball and tucking it in your armpit like any ball carrier does to protect it from defenders. There would be hundreds of incompletions in a season that were catches, including a play Kenny Golladay made in the same game, that would be considered a catch if this was actually a catch.
  20. MNF: Lions at Packers

    I feel so disappointed knowing our SB run was a sham on the basis of an opinion piece.
  21. MNF: Lions at Packers

    Yes, he caught the ball, hit the ground and the ball came out.
  22. MNF: Lions at Packers

    The last paragraph is exactly what happened in both cases.
  23. MNF: Lions at Packers

    There is still a process of the catch that has to be completed when you jump and go to the ground without being tackled. Both Hock and Golloday plays fall into that.
  24. MNF: Lions at Packers

    Clearly incomplete. Same as the Golladay attempt. The Johnson "incompletion" I felt should've stood as a fumble.
  25. Is Aaron Rodgers still good as a pre-snap QB?

    Ok you're not Booger McFarland.