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one and done !!


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as the luckiest and most overrated friggin team in the NFL. Just like last year, where they got into the playoffs ONLY because the Cardinals clinched, they get in this year the same exact way, by playing a team of 2nd stringers at home.

Has anyone else noticed how the Packers have played almost every team at their absolute weakest point? The Giants would've been crushed by ANYBODY after their collapse against the Eagles last week. They played the Eagles in Kevin Kolb's first ever start. They play the Cowboys when they're 1-7 and th team completely fell apart. They play the Vikings in Childress' swan song after completely losing the locker room, and they almost beat a completely overconfident PAtriots team.

This Packers team just like last year is a 9-7 team that always manages to eek one or two more games on their record out of PURE luck. I am so happy that all those idiots who projected them to win the division and win the Super Bowl dominantly were so wrong. Their record is worse than last year.

And now next week they're going to destroy the Bears practice squad and everyone will act all impressed again!? Give me a break, packers suck!


Wow, I didn't even think about that angle last night. With the Eagles now out of the running for a bye, Da Bears are all but locked into the #2 slot (need both Falcons and Saints to lose along with a win to get #1), there is a good chance they rest some key guys next week.


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They were lucky Vick didn't start the game against them. They surely would've lost

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The Giants best WR, Nicks just got a broken toe. So they could be without their top 2 receivers this week.


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screw the urine stained losers ...... go bears

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i think the packers will make it to the nfcc game unfortunately. :cry:
the packers almost beat the patriots with rogers out. :confused:


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i think the packers will make it to the nfcc game unfortunately. :cry:
the packers almost beat the patriots with rogers out. :confused:


I hope we didn't give them the blueprint for beating the eagles


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as the luckiest and most overrated friggin team in the NFL. Just like last year, where they got into the playoffs ONLY because the Cardinals clinched, they get in this year the same exact way, by playing a team of 2nd stringers at home.


Yup they've been lucky for sure. Then again, so were the Vikings two years ago when we got in thanks to the Giants resting all of their starters. And we still barely won, last second FG.


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Looks Like we can see what happens if vick plays the whole game.


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I agree to an extent. I can't be so much of a "hater" that I can't recognize the team is at least "good" though I don't think they're great.

I do think they'll be exposed against Atlanta ... big time.

However, if they pull out a victory against Atlanta I think you can't help but admit they're a pretty good team. Wouldn't that be something? Chicago Vs. Packers NFCC game? I don't think it's any mystery who will win the Chicago/Seakhawks game.

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unfortunately greenbay is playing pretty well. I hope Atlanta kicks the dog #### out of them but it will be a close game IMO.


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I agree to an extent. I can't be so much of a "hater" that I can't recognize the team is at least "good" though I don't think they're great.

I do think they'll be exposed against Atlanta ... big time.

However, if they pull out a victory against Atlanta I think you can't help but admit they're a pretty good team. Wouldn't that be something? Chicago Vs. Packers NFCC game? I don't think it's any mystery who will win the Chicago/Seakhawks game.

Hmm. Who won the first Seahawks/Bears game in Chicago this season?

The bye week gives the Bears a huge advantage (and they were pretty injury-free this season anyway), but the Seahawks have a shot in this game if Hasselbeck plays lights-out again.

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unfortunately greenbay is playing pretty well. I hope Atlanta kicks the dog #### out of them but it will be a close game IMO.


Roddy White questionable! Uh Oh!


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if only that kicker made one of those two missed field goals, the Packers would probably been out.


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if only that kicker made one of those two missed field goals, the Packers would probably been out.


That's the cheap answer. Those missed FG's were not at the end of the game, so if made, they completely change the game, they don't mean Philly automatically wins.


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Packers got lucky again!!!


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31-36, 366yds, 3TD, 1 rushing TD.

PURE LUCK

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31-36, 366yds, 3TD, 1 rushing TD.

PURE LUCK


LOL! - Not all of us feel that way, but even I will admit that I didn't think that:

1) The Packers would win; and
2) Win as convincingly as they did.

Before you get too cocky, though, remember that the Pack is a Wild Card team for a reason. Da Bears get a similar amount of 'respect' (lack thereof) by some on this board too. But they are also the #2 seed for a reason. You guys just 'knocked off' the #1 seed, so you're certainly capable of taking it all the way, but we will see. Every team I was "pulling for" lost yesterday, so I am thinking of rooting for the Bears today and the Packers next week. LOL!

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31-36, 366yds, 3TD, 1 rushing TD.

PURE LUCK


LOL! - Not all of us feel that way, but even I will admit that I didn't think that:

1) The Packers would win; and
2) Win as convincingly as they did.

Before you get too cocky, though, remember that the Pack is a Wild Card team for a reason. Da Bears get a similar amount of 'respect' (lack thereof) by some on this board too. But they are also the #2 seed for a reason. You guys just 'knocked off' the #1 seed, so you're certainly capable of taking it all the way, but we will see. Every team I was "pulling for" lost yesterday, so I am thinking of rooting for the Bears today and the Packers next week. LOL!


That exact same thing happened to me so I was pulling for the Packers and of course they win

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GB is a wild card team because they downright sucked in a couple of games they should have won. GB is not invincible by any stretch. They seems to play better in domes (go figure) than outside.

(assuming bears win)
The Chicago D is like GB Kyrptonite and mucks up everything on our offense. We can't run for squat against them. Passing is difficult cause Rodgers is always under pressure cause they know we ain't gonna run it well (maybe with Starks that will be different).
Throw in a GB ST that is worst in the league and blows chunks and can give up 7 at any moment vs a Bears ST that is excellent. Then add in playing outside in bad weather in windy Chicago in a NFCCG on crappy Soldier Field turf. Then trying to run a slant happy offense there. Ugh...

High off yesterday's win. Hell yeah. Cocky....hell no. GB could easily lose the game to Chicago next week (if that is how it turns out).

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31-36, 366yds, 3TD, 1 rushing TD.

PURE LUCK


Don't worry. He'll choke your season away one of these games.


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Murgen wrote:
31-36, 366yds, 3TD, 1 rushing TD.

PURE LUCK


Don't worry. He'll choke your season away one of these games.


Jeez, that was insightful analysis. Thanks.

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31-36, 366yds, 3TD, 1 rushing TD.

PURE LUCK


Don't worry. He'll choke your season away one of these games.


Jeez, that was insightful analysis. Thanks.


here's hoping rodgers gets a concussion!


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Murgen wrote:
31-36, 366yds, 3TD, 1 rushing TD.

PURE LUCK


Don't worry. He'll choke your season away one of these games.

Did you see how inept the Falcons were at simple things like tackling? How do you get a guy (a pro bowler) coming free off the edge so much, and the guy misses tackles so badly over and over again. Ends up turning a 5-10 yard loss to a 20 yard gain, inexcusable.


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This is the image floating around facebook from my packer backer friends.

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the packers remind be of the patriots except they have a better defense and bigger wr's that can break tackles. they can score 30+ points. i dont see the bears outscoring the packers in the playoffs. if the bears hold the packers too 21 points or less they have a good chance.


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the packers remind be of the patriots except they have a better defense and bigger wr's that can break tackles. they can score 30+ points. i dont see the bears outscoring the packers in the playoffs. if the bears hold the packers too 21 points or less they have a good chance.

They held them to 10 points in GB's house 3 weeks ago.


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here's hoping rodgers gets a concussion!


I'm surprised the mods let people post vicious garbage like that here. You also sound very immature posting stuff like that. Grow up.

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the packers remind be of the patriots except they have a better defense and bigger wr's that can break tackles. they can score 30+ points. i dont see the bears outscoring the packers in the playoffs. if the bears hold the packers too 21 points or less they have a good chance.

They held them to 10 points in GB's house 3 weeks ago.


Thanks to the WRs dropping quite a few balls. If they had caught them, the score would have been higher. But yeah, it's definitely a concern. Bears D matches up really well against the Packers. If they can keep Rodgers rattled, I could see the Bears winning in a close low scoring Defensive battle. If not, I think GB walks away with it.

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good point, off to the shack with this thread.


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