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    Packers getting wipped at home again

    "pudgesoprano" wrote:
    hey fan4farve is farve becoming the cal ripkin of the nfl


    i mean I think it's nearing the point where Favre might begin to hurt the Packers by not missing any starts. Obviously he's going to say he's ready to go no matter how bad he's injured, but there comes a point where the coaches have to tell him to take a game off heal. No one's going to break his streak, so there's no point in keeping it going at the expense of the team.
    Good point but hard to take a chance unless it is absolutely necessary injury wise or until Green Bay loses 8 games this season. And for Favre that seems to be a wide stretch of the imagination. When Favre sat out last week, we obviously can see there is NO offense in Green Bay.

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    Yeah there was none.But my point also ripkin also stuggled at the end of his career after those games,but farve will have 3 or 4 games this a year so i dont know.
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    You guys must be enjoying this....

    Anyway, the D is way worse that I figured they would be. The O is still ok, but when you can't stop people, its over. Anyway, keep rippin...
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    were enjoying it, no doubt about that.
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    Why is McNair still in there? I can understand Sherman, but I thought Fisher was smarter than that.

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    Packers getting wipped at home again

    "fan4favre" wrote:
    Good point but hard to take a chance unless it is absolutely necessary injury wise or until Green Bay loses 8 games this season. And for Favre that seems to be a wide stretch of the imagination. When Favre sat out last week, we obviously can see there is NO offense in Green Bay.
    I agree. Fav'Ray IS Green Bay. Without him, they'll suck badly. :cry:
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    Best game ever, 6 turnovers, and the crowd booooed!!!!
    F the Packers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    td rubbing it in 48-20
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    I'm actually laughing at the T.V. right now. I wonder if giving up 50 points is possible--- Is there enough time left?

    Well 48....almost there....a safety would do it. :angryfire:

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    Antowain Smith, my boy from University of Houston scores...48-20 Titans! Most points scored at LamBOO by any opponent...LOL!!!
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