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  1. Random Packer News & Notes

    Did it make the broadcast? Pretty clever.
  2. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    Here's some random info - I'm in Cabo for the week, and again for the fourth time in as many days, I'm taking a leak in the banos, and the cleaning lady walks in like it's her office. No ****s given whatsoever. And I'm actually cool with it. Takes little getting used though. Saludos amigos!
  3. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    Yes, it's 5 in Amsterdam and they're partying it up. I'm flying to Cabo tomorrow - I'll have a cocktail for you!!!
  4. Superb Owl Discussion Thread

    The Wasp! Need four seconds, but it's a deadly route. Great film.
  5. Packers Regression

    I would add the word "again" at the end of your statement above.
  6. Packers Regression

    You said that more succinctly than me.
  7. Superb Owl Discussion Thread

    If we can't all agree on the question, can we all agree on the answer at least? That being, BB through whatever channel, probably got the footage.
  8. Packers Regression

    To think GB got within a foot of having home-field advantage this year too! Man, just a crazy year. Regression does seem inevitable, and I'm not as concerned about what the overall record looks like, as much as just getting into the playoffs, where anything can happen.
  9. NFL News & Notes

    Yes this ^^^. Public pressure alone is a powerful motivator. Chiefs GM would not only be fired, his house would be burned to the ground and he'd have to flee for his life to Finland. Let's also not forget that these huge contracts serve a role in league parity. Sure, it sucks when your team stumbles across a super-star, but chances are it'll happen to many other teams, thereby limiting their ability to create - on paper anyway - a superstar roster.
  10. Random Packer News & Notes

    Yeah, I’m not in the hate-Martinez camp. Was mostly just wondering if there was some measurable stat somewhere that can somehow quantify this aforementioned ability. I noticed last night that KC was much better at gap integrity and shedding blocks than GB two weeks earlier. I realize some of this is personnel and scheme related, but it sure made a difference for KC last night.
  11. Random Packer News & Notes

    Is there a stat that measures how efficiently/quickly a defensive player can shed a block? I realize the importance of locking onto an offensive opponent for a time, but being able to shed that block at the right time to make a tackle in your gap is key. Probably not a measurable stat, but that’s who I want. Someone who can take on a large-ish, slower offensive player, but move him aside like rag doll to make a tackle. This skill requires vision, athleticism, strength and speed. Probably asking too much.
  12. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    That’s the Rocky Mtn. West in general. Spent the last 37 years living out here and it’s pretty wacky. Not uncommon to see temperature swings of 15 degrees in just 5 minutes. Love that you can see the sun crisp and bright nearly every day though. Spent the first 12 years of my life in Wisconsin, and I remember well not seeing the sun for days on end. Damn depressing man.
  13. Superb Owl Discussion Thread

    Yeah, have to agree. I didn't think either QB played particularly excellent last night. There was a stretch by Mahomie after his second interception where you could see his confidence was really shook. He was literally trying to guide the ball, instead of throwing it. His nerves looked shot....then boom - hit's the long one to Hill (which if he hit's him in stride, he's in for the TD) and the game turned around.
  14. Superb Owl Discussion Thread

    I noticed that also, and thought it was pretty clever. The bag of tricks is wide open in the SB.
  15. Superb Owl Discussion Thread

    Yep, I’m thinking Rodgers is moved to the sidelines. Really liked KC’s game plan tonight. That pirouette by KC’s offensive backfield at the goal line was a trip.