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    Re: I couldn't be happier with the 2009 schedual!

    "Rockmolder" wrote:
    TJ/Sage will throw one Charles' way soon enough.
    I think you mean, Favre will throw one Charles' way.

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    Re: I couldn't be happier with the 2009 schedual!

    "Purple_Jesus" wrote:
    "Rockmolder" wrote:
    TJ/Sage will throw one Charles' way soon enough.
    I think you mean, Favre will throw one Charles' way.
    All the same.

    If Favre will play for you, I see some frustrating interceptions coming up. On the other side, I see some sublime defense dissecting coming up aswell. It'd be pretty scary.
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    Re: I couldn't be happier with the 2009 schedual!

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    No one is even the slightest bit concerned about the Packers?

    Nope.

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    Re: I couldn't be happier with the 2009 schedual!

    "Rockmolder" wrote:
    No one is even the slightest bit concerned about the Packers?

    I have to give it to you, if the D-line will be over our O-line like they where in the second game last year, you won't have that much to fear, but look at all the mistakes your STs made and the plays our defense made. Now, with a way better rushing attack on paper and a split between the games last year, you don't even worry the slightest bit.

    I think that we'll split the series actually. I'm predicting that the Packers O-line and your passing game will struggle immensely in both games. I don't think that it's realistic to say that we can stop Peterson with our defense, but as soon as Kampman is coming off the edge, TJ/Sage will throw one Charles' way soon enough.

    They might be the toughest challenge in the division.

    Realistically between the Vikings, Packers and Bears the pendulum may swing to any of them just based on the possibility of a few key injuries one way or the other. That is always the wild card and because of FA, no team can have the depth to hide more than 1 or two key injuries and still be competitive, especially with the overall quality of coaching staffs in the division.

    Take away Rodgers and Kampman, Cutler and Urlacher or Peterson and Allen and you will have an entirely different divisional outcome than if all are healthy.

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