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    Re: Packers- Bears

    That game last night has tons of good news for us.
    We're bringing purple back.

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    I thought the 3-4 was good but not great. However, Raji will have a huge impact.
    Going to be an exciting season.
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    Packers D-Really Scary!
    The only detractor I can find in this is that the Bears Offense was really anemic (some of which should be credited to the Pack).
    I too agree that now without Urlacher, that this is a 2 team race for the division.

    The only other thought I came away from the game with was, Man I am glad we didn't get Cutler.
    While he is a talent, the guy really doesn't come off as a leader, and just seems like a whiny douche.



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    "slavinator" wrote:

    Packers D-Really Scary!
    The only detractor I can find in this is that the Bears Offense was really anemic (some of which should be credited to the Pack).

    I too agree that now without Urlacher, that this is a 2 team race for the division.

    The only other thought I came away from the game with was, Man I am glad we didn't get Cutler.
    While he is a talent, the guy really doesn't come off as a leader, and just seems like a whiny douche.



    +1

    I was mad we didn't atleast ask about him

    But he is just a bitch.. Always whinning.. It was unreal

    I like a leader like Brett who is out there having fun and leading the team and teaching them shit

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    I thought both teams looked sloppy. Drops and interceptions and missed opportunities. Typical of the second and third place teams from the NFC North!
    ahem, last I checked, Pack are tied for 1st in the NFC North ;D
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    Re: Packers- Bears

    Observations:

    1. Cutler looked like hell, only ONE HALF.
    Looked better than average 2nd half 94 rating.
    2. Confirmed Bears receivers suck, some of Cutlers problems was with his receivers.
    3. Look at the Bears stats for 1st half, 3INTs, 36% completion, Forte 15yds, BUT ONLY DOWN BY 8pts
    4. Rodgers looked average, 60% comp, 187yds, 4 sacks, 28% 1sts, only one 20+ play, 92 avg
    5. GB's ultra aggressive D had 2 sacks, the 3 INT's in 1st half were bonehead Cutler.
    6. Cutler still threw for 277yds, 90yds more than Rodgers
    7. Bears ST screwup, the punt debacle probably cost the Bears the game.
    8. Game came down to two bombs that caught the D sleeping.

    IMO, the Bears did all they could to lose the game and GB couldn't capitalize on anything.
    I can't wait for Oct 5th to prove that the Vikes are at the top of the division
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    I thought it was second coming of Ortan. Living in Colorado I was very tired of the cry baby, watching him stink it up gave me much joy. So glad the Vikes didn't make a move for him.
    Packers D looks like it is coming along pretty well. A little couse for consern after watching Bret's lack of mobility yesterday.
    As was stated the Pack was not in presesson form, but I would not count on that going forword.Droped passes,poorly timed roughts etc...
    I think both the Pack and the Vikes will be much improved come there meetining Oct. 5
    GO Vikes!!!
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    I am not going to fault Cutler for all of those INT's. It looked like his WR's were pulling off their routes early and not going where they were supposed to go and that could have just been timing, communication etc.

    In the 2nd half it looked like the coaching staff changed up the routes and ran fewer timing routes and that seemed to work better for Cutler. Certainly not a good performance but as we learned around here, you need to give a QB at least 5 consecutive years of starting before you can really judge if he is going to work out so we have some time to make that call.

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    packers shoulda lost regardless of the 4ints, both team suck!

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    "V4L" wrote:
    "slavinator" wrote:

    Packers D-Really Scary!
    The only detractor I can find in this is that the Bears Offense was really anemic (some of which should be credited to the Pack).

    I too agree that now without Urlacher, that this is a 2 team race for the division.

    The only other thought I came away from the game with was, Man I am glad we didn't get Cutler.
    While he is a talent, the guy really doesn't come off as a leader, and just seems like a whiny douche.



    +1

    I was mad we didn't atleast ask about him

    But he is just a bitch.. Always whinning.. It was unreal

    I like a leader like Brett who is out there having fun and leading the team and teaching them shit
    The blitzes were coming from everywhere. i think we might have trouble picking it all up
    We're bringing purple back.

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