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  1. Lafleur means "The Flower" after all. Give him a couple years in Green Bay. Remember what McCarthy looked like when he came to town?
  2. Moretti's post win mock

    Frank Clark is scum, but otherwise I would be really happy with this offseason. Nice work. As a side note, I continue to struggle with the devaluing of inside linebackers. I think I understand it in theory—those guys are easier to find and therefore less valuable. But it seems to me that all the best inside linebackers in recent memory—Willis, Bowman, Lewis, Urlacher, Thomas, Kuechly, Wagner—led very good to elite defenses. If Devin White is that kind of player and you have a chance to get him, don't you jump all over that? Figure out the rest later?
  3. I've seen Matt LaFleur's name mentioned a number of times. Thoughts on him? The Titans offense hasn't exactly looked good this year, but neither did the 49ers the year we hired McCarthy. Could he be the best of the young NFL OCs?
  4. Random Packer News & Notes

    I don't begrudge HaHa anything, but watching "highlights" and reading analysis of his performance in Washington, Gute deserves some major accolades. That pick is going to end up around #110 and could net us a really good player or help us move up in the draft.
  5. Playoffs? What playoffs...

    They would be. The scenario you're quoting requires us to win out.
  6. Random Packer News & Notes

    Take it with a grain of salt, but King was famously doing pushups all camp... like whenever there was a break, he would drop down and do 20. Said he learned it from his dad.
  7. Random Packer News & Notes

    Eh, a couple of these are big-ticket items but I don't think too many folks care much beyond the McCarthy-Rodgers stuff. And I definitely don't think anyone league-wide is losing sleep over Nick Perry.
  8. Kumerow Activated

    Cheer up, brother. It was always destined to be this way.
  9. This Is Rival Talk v1.0

    The Chargers offense is much better than any of those teams you named. The only teams that are even close are Chicago and Minnesota. I'm not saying they will beat the Chiefs, but it wouldn't surprise me if they did. They're a legit SB contender.
  10. Jimmy Graham

  11. Heck, even if Seattle beats Carolina and we win, we're only a half game back of the Panthers, who have two games remaining against New Orleans. I'd feel so much better if we'd won our game last week, but with our remaining schedule we are very, very much still in the hunt.
  12. The Kyler Fackrell Aplogy Thread

    Ehhh, fortunately we have a whole 'nother season to see if Sackrell is legit.
  13. Optimism? WHAT?!

    This game sucked and I don't even want to think about it anymore. My question is, who do we root for in Sunday's MIN@CHI game? If we go 5-1 or 6-0 from here on out, do we have a more realistic shot at the division or the wild card? If it's the division, then I'd assume we want Minnesota to win to keep us within reach of Chicago, but if we're willing to accept that Chicago is winning the division then I suppose we want them to win and keep us close to Minnesota for the #6 seed. Remember that these teams play each other twice more this season.
  14. Week 11 GDT: GB @ Seattle TreeSloths

    The refs were bad. Rodgers was just as bad in the second half. This loss really hurts.