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Week Three Game Day Thread: Green Bay Packers at New Orleans Taints


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3 minutes ago, Norm said:

Have you ever been happy before

When the Packers win. That'll be harder now, but let's see what happens.

Honestly if the Packers win this game on the road without 17 and 97, no question we are the top team in the NFC through Week 3. I think it's going to be a very tall task tonight, especially without 2 of our top 5 players. 

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2 minutes ago, packfanfb said:

When the Packers win. That'll be harder now, but let's see what happens.

Honestly if the Packers win this game on the road without 17 and 97, no question we are the top team in the NFC through Week 3. I think it's going to be a very tall task tonight, especially without 2 of our top 5 players. 

And the scales aren't pretty even with the Saints' injury report?

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Just now, spilltray said:

And the scales aren't pretty even with the Saints' injury report?

Definitely true and it helps. I have a feeling we might miss our stars more tonight. Also the Saints are a lot deeper on the DL than we are once we lose Clark. WR is a probably a draw. It'll be interesting to see who wins the battle between Sanders v. Lazard/MVS since that has been a debate here for a while. Probably feel differently if the game was at Lambeau. 

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I would say the recent struggles of Drew Brees are promising... but I remember a similar story about Peyton Manning several years back. Was it '15? Maybe '14? The year Jordy went down with an ACL tear.

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1 hour ago, packfanfb said:

^^^No surprise. Conservative medical staff. Guys need to be 100% the week before they are actually allowed to play, lol. 

What a dumb move to sit your guys until they’re healthy, right? The smart move Is totally to play them and risk losing them for multiple more weeks. C’mon

 

groin injuries and hammys notoriously get reinjured . I’d they’re not healed, the right move is to sit them.

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12 minutes ago, Zycho32 said:

I would say the recent struggles of Drew Brees are promising... but I remember a similar story about Peyton Manning several years back. Was it '15? Maybe '14? The year Jordy went down with an ACL tear.

2015. Then again, if the GB offense is as inept tonight as it was in that game, any QB is gonna be able to have plenty of chances to rack up yards. That was the game Rodgers threw for like 77 yards or something crazy bad like that

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Just now, deltarich87 said:

2015. Then again, if the GB offense is as inept tonight as it was in that game, any QB is gonna be able to have plenty of chances to rack up yards. That was the game Rodgers threw for like 77 yards or something crazy bad like that

I'm not ready to bury Brees quite yet.

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