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  1. Fun Bye Week Game

    Was about half way reading the above opening comment - a player came to mind - and then you posted him. Datone Jones
  2. Extend Mike McCarthy

    Okay. Got it.
  3. Extend Mike McCarthy

    Crosby's not good he's fine? Thats a descriptive difference I'm not familiar with.
  4. Extend Mike McCarthy

    I disagree. Sure the offense moves the ball. Its not some three yards and a cloud of dust machine. When we're clicking - the ball moves. Regardless - the kickers gotta convert those opportunities - which Crosby has more times than not. He wouldnt be our kicker if he'd constantly been failing us. Sure. He missed the game winning kick against MN this year - after kicking the game winner just after they'd called TO. It happens. The guy's good. Thats not me talking. Thats his record.
  5. Aaron Rodgers Depreciation Thread

    You dont seem relaxed. You seem quite nervous in fact. Stressed - to the point that you're misunderstanding my comments. I was just adding to your "wouldnt it be great if AR could do this" fun facts by pointing out he can already. Yeaaaaaa!! I dont need to argue anything as all I'm doing is pointing out whats already going on. Theres nothing to argue.
  6. Extend Mike McCarthy

    It did that. The best in the league? No - he's not that - but he's hit more than his fair share of clutch BIG kicks for us. We get to the other guys 40-45 - Crosby becomes a consideration. What more do you expect from the guy? Eventually that will change to the 30-35 because the leg is going - but he's still got the leg now.
  7. Aaron Rodgers Depreciation Thread

    Relax. You're getting over excited. Dont be so sensitive. I'm simply pointing out that your hypotheticals arent that far off from taking place now. AR has play changing / "calling" authorities at the LOS.
  8. Extend Mike McCarthy

    Mason Crosby. Clearly the guy sucks. http://www.nfl.com/stats/categorystats?tabSeq=0&statisticCategory=FIELD_GOALS&season=2018&seasonType=REG
  9. Aaron Rodgers Depreciation Thread

    Whatever. The semantics of it dont interest me. Theres a reason its not done anymore. By anybody (that I know of - if you do, please supply the team/QB thats doing it). Again - AR has wide latitude to change the call from the sideline. Has for years. In fact, you the viewer may never know what play was called versus what was actually run.
  10. Aaron Rodgers Depreciation Thread

    Obviously there are constraints. Thats a no brainer - but he certainly can change the play within the constraints of the personnel package on the field - and - he wouldnt need to call everything from the LOS. He'd have the opportunity to huddle if he chose. He wouldnt have to call everything from the LOS.
  11. Aaron Rodgers Depreciation Thread

    Read and understood. Whats being suggested is something that went on for years throughout the league. All the QBs did it. What I was pointing out is that AR having wide latitude to change the play from pass to run, the pass routes etc - is the equivalent of it.
  12. Aaron Rodgers Depreciation Thread

    AR has wide latitude to change a play at the LOS. Has for years.
  13. Pettine and the Run D

    True. I didnt realize Smith went so early. Hadnt researched it.
  14. Yeah - good take - but if AR had hit #88 when he was at the 28-29 yard line - bang. The ILB was still scrambling / trailing and its clear skies ahead. Listen, I'm not as hyper-critical of AR as others around here and "micro-coaching" things via these GIF's is problematic at best - but its this quick and easy stuff which would make our offense so much smoother - and - keep AR healthier for a longer time.