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    Re: Ignore the panic button

    "El" wrote:
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    wasting valuable timeouts due to personnel problems.
    Are you talking the Chiller got his period during the game? rigth?
    Personnel... not Personal... crazy Spaniard.
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    Re: Ignore the panic button

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    Too many people here expect to see perfection out of Jackson & the haters will always whine about anything they can.

    Had Jackson completed approx. 82% of his passes like Rodgers did, they'd dwell & whine about the 18% that didn't get caught.

    If a WR catches 8 passes & drops one, they will not mention the 8, but rather the 1 ole butter fingers drops.

    This fits the mold of more people here than I care to mention.
    46% is a joke, hater or not!

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    Re: Ignore the panic button

    It may not be time to panic but with BC at the helm the chances of this being a fun season to watch are slim.


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    Re: Ignore the panic button

    "singersp" wrote:
    Too many people here expect to see perfection out of Jackson & the haters will always whine about anything they can.

    Had Jackson completed approx. 82% of his passes like Rodgers did, they'd dwell & whine about the 18% that didn't get caught.

    If a WR catches 8 passes & drops one, they will not mention the 8, but rather the 1 ole butter fingers drops.

    This fits the mold of more people here than I care to mention.
    But he didn't hit 82% of his passes and he still is making questionable decisions, how many times does he have to get hurt and continue running the ball without sliding feet first. 3rd quarter he made a 19 run and lowered his shoulder instead of sliding after 17 and this is after having 3 weeks off.
    He did run out once in the 3rd, tried to slide in the 4th, it did look awkward and was push out of bounds later on the same drive.

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    Re: Ignore the panic button

    I will never panic as long as we have... wait! I will not jinx him. You know who.
    WE CAN BUILD ON THIS!!!

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    Re: Ignore the panic button

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    I will never panic as long as we have... wait! I will not jinx him. You know who.
    Brad Childress

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    Re: Ignore the panic button

    "vikinggreg" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    Too many people here expect to see perfection out of Jackson & the haters will always whine about anything they can.

    Had Jackson completed approx. 82% of his passes like Rodgers did, they'd dwell & whine about the 18% that didn't get caught.

    If a WR catches 8 passes & drops one, they will not mention the 8, but rather the 1 ole butter fingers drops.

    This fits the mold of more people here than I care to mention.
    But he didn't hit 82% of his passes and he still is making questionable decisions, how many times does he have to get hurt and continue running the ball without sliding feet first. 3rd quarter he made a 19 run and lowered his shoulder instead of sliding after 17 and this is after having 3 weeks off.
    He did run out once in the 3rd, tried to slide in the 4th, it did look awkward and was push out of bounds later on the same drive.
    That's not my point. My point is regardless of who the player is or how well he does, members who dislike that player will always dwell on the negatives of the player & never mention the positives.

    And it's vice-versa if the player is liked. All kinds of kudos if he makes one nice play, but no mention of the bad plays.

    How many people here mentioned Winfield getting burned twice besides me? Nary a 1 that I saw except someone replying to my post.

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    Re: Ignore the panic button

    "singersp" wrote:
    "vikinggreg" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    Too many people here expect to see perfection out of Jackson & the haters will always whine about anything they can.

    Had Jackson completed approx. 82% of his passes like Rodgers did, they'd dwell & whine about the 18% that didn't get caught.

    If a WR catches 8 passes & drops one, they will not mention the 8, but rather the 1 ole butter fingers drops.

    This fits the mold of more people here than I care to mention.
    But he didn't hit 82% of his passes and he still is making questionable decisions, how many times does he have to get hurt and continue running the ball without sliding feet first. 3rd quarter he made a 19 run and lowered his shoulder instead of sliding after 17 and this is after having 3 weeks off.
    He did run out once in the 3rd, tried to slide in the 4th, it did look awkward and was push out of bounds later on the same drive.
    That's not my point. My point is regardless of who the player is or how well he does, members who dislike that player will always dwell on the negatives of the player & never mention the positives.

    And it's vice-versa if the player is liked. All kinds of kudos if he makes one nice play, but no mention of the bad plays.

    How many people here mentioned Winfield getting burned twice besides me? Nary a 1 that I saw except someone replying to my post.
    I admit it. I am one of these. I believe Adrian All Day Purple Jesus Peterson can do no wrong. Ever. And that's a fact. In Adrian I trust.

    Other than that I try to see both sides, especially with Tjack (although I will admit that I am more for him than against him).
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    Re: Ignore the panic button

    "marstc09" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    Too many people here expect to see perfection out of Jackson & the haters will always whine about anything they can.

    Had Jackson completed approx. 82% of his passes like Rodgers did, they'd dwell & whine about the 18% that didn't get caught.

    If a WR catches 8 passes & drops one, they will not mention the 8, but rather the 1 ole butter fingers drops.

    This fits the mold of more people here than I care to mention.
    46% is a joke, hater or not!
    well receivers got to get open and the line has to block too...

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    Re: Ignore the panic button

    "singersp" wrote:
    "vikinggreg" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    Too many people here expect to see perfection out of Jackson & the haters will always whine about anything they can.

    Had Jackson completed approx. 82% of his passes like Rodgers did, they'd dwell & whine about the 18% that didn't get caught.

    If a WR catches 8 passes & drops one, they will not mention the 8, but rather the 1 ole butter fingers drops.

    This fits the mold of more people here than I care to mention.
    But he didn't hit 82% of his passes and he still is making questionable decisions, how many times does he have to get hurt and continue running the ball without sliding feet first. 3rd quarter he made a 19 run and lowered his shoulder instead of sliding after 17 and this is after having 3 weeks off.
    He did run out once in the 3rd, tried to slide in the 4th, it did look awkward and was push out of bounds later on the same drive.
    That's not my point. My point is regardless of who the player is or how well he does, members who dislike that player will always dwell on the negatives of the player & never mention the positives.

    And it's vice-versa if the player is liked. All kinds of kudos if he makes one nice play, but no mention of the bad plays.

    How many people here mentioned Winfield getting burned twice besides me? Nary a 1 that I saw except someone replying to my post.
    The teeth nashing is completely ramped up too, especially in a loss.
    The basic fact that TJ is a lightning rod moreso than most QBs doesn't help people getting off their agendas and looking at the good and bad of the game.


    I too saw one particularly bad burn on Winfield, but such items are lost in a sea of tjack.

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