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    What is there to look forward to?

    With many of the Packer/Viking player exits (and players like Favre and Javon Walker, who might not return for the Packers next season) -players who were crucial to the Packer/Viking rivalry, at that - will there still be a rivalry?
    Will it still be "blood-pouring exciting" to watch these two teams go at it twice this coming season?
    Is the hype quickly dying down?
    Is this the dawn of a VERY new error for Northern teams?
    I for one, am not so crunked about this coming season's packer/viking games.
    What fun will it be without Culpepper on the other end getting SACKED for most of the game?
    What fun will it be with Longwell MISSING field goals for the opposing team this time around?
    What kind of of a heart-attacked can I get from any other quarterback throwing countless INTERCEPTIONS, than FAVRE?
    What good will it do to have Keyshawn Johnson (THAT'S RIGHT, I SAID KEYSHAWN JOHNSON) on our team, fussing for the ball 'til he turns peach, if Favre isn't there to put him in his place?
    Heck, you vikings' fans are better off brewing up a Vikings/Bears big-time rivalry, while my boys focus on the "little things" in football rivals: Lions.
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    Re: What is there to look forward to?

    The vikings beating the Packers is enogh for me to look forward to.


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    Re: What is there to look forward to?

    It won't even be fun to watch the Cheese lose next year. I mean, if they don't have Walker, and Favre they will just make even bigger excuses when they get their a$$e$ handed to them next year.

    That washed up dinosaur better hope he retires, he doesn't have a chance to put up good numbers anymore. All he is doing now, is ruining his so called legacy..

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    Re: What is there to look forward to?

    I look forward to adding to the win total against the Pack...and pulling ahead of them ALL TIME! :evil4:
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    Re: What is there to look forward to?

    I hope Favre doesn't retire, his INT's help us out alot in the games.

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    Re: What is there to look forward to?

    "bono" wrote:
    With many of the Packer/Viking player exits (and players like Favre and Javon Walker, who might not return for the Packers next season) -players who were crucial to the Packer/Viking rivalry, at that - will there still be a rivalry?
    The players don't make the rivalry, the fans do.
    "bono" wrote:
    Will it still be "blood-pouring exciting" to watch these two teams go at it twice this coming season?
    Not for Packer fans...SWEEP.
    "bono" wrote:
    Is the hype quickly dying down?
    Only in cheeseland.
    "bono" wrote:
    Is this the dawn of a VERY new error for Northern teams?
    I for one, am not so crunked about this coming season's packer/viking games.
    Of course not, you're backing a failing team.
    "bono" wrote:
    What fun will it be without Culpepper on the other end getting SACKED for most of the game?
    He'll still get sacked...behind Miami's line.
    "bono" wrote:
    What fun will it be with Longwell MISSING field goals for the opposing team this time around?
    He won't miss one FG against the Pack this coming season.
    "bono" wrote:
    What kind of of a heart-attacked can I get from any other quarterback throwing countless INTERCEPTIONS, than FAVRE?
    Who cares, just as long as you have a heart attack. Just kidding. :wink:
    "bono" wrote:
    What good will it do to have Keyshawn Johnson (THAT'S RIGHT, I SAID KEYSHAWN JOHNSON) on our team, fussing for the ball 'til he turns peach, if Favre isn't there to put him in his place?
    Ha Ha Ha...Keyshawn...Ha Ha Ha.
    "bono" wrote:
    Heck, you vikings' fans are better off brewing up a Vikings/Bears big-time rivalry, while my boys focus on the "little things" in football rivals: Lions.
    You heard it hear folks, the first Packer fan to surrender the 2006 season.

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    Re: What is there to look forward to?

    I can't wait to play against Rodgers someday.

    The rivalry only gets boring if your side keeps ending up on the losing side.

    And that ain't happenin here.
    "There is good and there is evil. And evil must be punished. Even in the face of Armageddon I will not compromise."

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    Re: What is there to look forward to?

    I really enjoyed Favre's 4th qtr passes into triple coverage last year and am hoping to see more this year :grin:

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    Re: What is there to look forward to?

    What is there to look forward to?

    Caine ripping you a new one all year long!

    He hee!

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    Re: What is there to look forward to?

    There may not be mush for the Packers to look forward to this year, except for another early pick in 2007, but for us Vikings fans there's plenty.

    Another sweep of GB, a division title, Rodgers getting T-Bagged, Cheesedicks getting ripped all year -- again! & Madden whinning about Favre's retirement.

    Yep, shaping upto look like an exciting year.............
    unless of course, you're a Packer fan. :grin:

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