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    Re: Guess What QB the Pack Are Bringing In

    "6-KINGS" wrote:
    Daunte can still play.
    His attitude is what holds him back.
    If he can change that, he could still be a very good QB
    The dwarf hands will always haunt him.
    At least he can pretend he has a big penis when he does the five-finger shuffle.
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    Re: Guess What QB the Pack Are Bringing In

    Wow...
    Just simply wow.
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    Re: Guess What QB the Pack Are Bringing In

    hmm.. i hvae to call my dad.. earlier today he told me on the phone..

    even if rodgers has a quick release.. where's he gonna use it when he's on his back..

    he said his back up will get a lot of work that day..

    now if they get dingleberrey he's gonna have to face a pass rush stormin 2 gt him. and if he runs.. the LB 3 will be hunting him.

    it's in our interest for him to get on the field!!!!

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    Re: Guess What QB the Pack Are Bringing In

    I guess I understand why people here don't think much of Culpepper with his history here, but in reality I think this would be a solid pick up for the Packers.
    His numbers the past couple years in limited action weren't great, but weren't terrible either (QB rating of 78.0 last year, 77.0 in 2006).
    This despite playing for the Dolphins and Raiders, two teams that combined for a 13-51 record the past couple of years.

    Obviously he has some emotional issues, but he's at least he's a competitor and not an off-field liability.
    His fumbling problems are real, but this position is still about throwing the ball first.

    My feeling is that if Rogers gets hurt or stinks, Culpepper could give them a good chance to win behind their O-line.
    I'd rather they don't sign anybody so that if Rogers hurts or stinks their season is down the drain.
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    "Overlord" wrote:
    I guess I understand why people here don't think much of Culpepper with his history here, but in reality I think this would be a solid pick up for the Packers.
    His numbers the past couple years in limited action weren't great, but weren't terrible either (QB rating of 78.0 last year, 77.0 in 2006).
    This despite playing for the Dolphins and Raiders, two teams that combined for a 13-51 record the past couple of years.

    Obviously he has some emotional issues, but he's at least he's a competitor and not an off-field liability.
    His fumbling problems are real, but this position is still about throwing the ball first.

    My feeling is that if Rogers gets hurt or stinks, Culpepper could give them a good chance to win behind their O-line.
    I'd rather they don't sign anybody so that if Rogers hurts or stinks their season is down the drain.
    No, once a player leaves Minnesota they apparently lose any ability to play sports and become the worst person at their position, and the fans that say they don't care take every opportunity to remind everybody that they don't like the for mentioned player who left Minnesota.
    Much like everybody went from be happy about Moss's failure in Oakland to having to just remind everybody about back when Moss used to stink in Oakland.

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    Re: Guess What QB the Pack Are Bringing In

    "Schutz" wrote:
    "Overlord" wrote:
    I guess I understand why people here don't think much of Culpepper with his history here, but in reality I think this would be a solid pick up for the Packers.
    His numbers the past couple years in limited action weren't great, but weren't terrible either (QB rating of 78.0 last year, 77.0 in 2006).
    This despite playing for the Dolphins and Raiders, two teams that combined for a 13-51 record the past couple of years.

    Obviously he has some emotional issues, but he's at least he's a competitor and not an off-field liability.
    His fumbling problems are real, but this position is still about throwing the ball first.

    My feeling is that if Rogers gets hurt or stinks, Culpepper could give them a good chance to win behind their O-line.
    I'd rather they don't sign anybody so that if Rogers hurts or stinks their season is down the drain.
    No, once a player leaves Minnesota they apparently lose any ability to play sports and become the worst person at their position, and the fans that say they don't care take every opportunity to remind everybody that they don't like the for mentioned player who left Minnesota.
    Much like everybody went from be happy about Moss's failure in Oakland to having to just remind everybody about back when Moss used to stink in Oakland.
    2 be honest i think he'd do better then rogers. but.. i don't believe he will do good against us. actually.. i don't see any throwing qb doing good against our front 4 now.
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    Re: Guess What QB the Pack Are Bringing In

    "Schutz" wrote:
    "Overlord" wrote:
    I guess I understand why people here don't think much of Culpepper with his history here, but in reality I think this would be a solid pick up for the Packers.
    His numbers the past couple years in limited action weren't great, but weren't terrible either (QB rating of 78.0 last year, 77.0 in 2006).
    This despite playing for the Dolphins and Raiders, two teams that combined for a 13-51 record the past couple of years.

    Obviously he has some emotional issues, but he's at least he's a competitor and not an off-field liability.
    His fumbling problems are real, but this position is still about throwing the ball first.

    My feeling is that if Rogers gets hurt or stinks, Culpepper could give them a good chance to win behind their O-line.
    I'd rather they don't sign anybody so that if Rogers hurts or stinks their season is down the drain.
    No, once a player leaves Minnesota they apparently lose any ability to play sports and become the worst person at their position, and the fans that say they don't care take every opportunity to remind everybody that they don't like the for mentioned player who left Minnesota.
    Much like everybody went from be happy about Moss's failure in Oakland to having to just remind everybody about back when Moss used to stink in Oakland.
    Or, more succintly put, some fans are happy when head-cases walk the plank and contaminate another team.
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    Re: Guess What QB the Pack Are Bringing In

    Wow please sign him. I want to be the team that recovers 3 fumbles in a game for once.

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    Re: Guess What QB the Pack Are Bringing In

    Well I guess I will take a few extra possessions after Allen knocks Rodgers out of the game early.

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    check out the pic in this article!!!!!

    ;D

    http://www.newsobserver.com/sports/story/1042682.html


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