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ADubya26
09-27-2004, 09:49 PM
http://www.nfl.com/teams/story/GB/7727953

fan4favre
09-27-2004, 09:54 PM
And the legend grows....

Bdubya
09-27-2004, 09:56 PM
God that man is like Rasputin! By the way Adubya, we just need to find a Cdubya to complete the trifecta of dubyas, and we will take over this place!

pudgesoprano
09-27-2004, 10:04 PM
i said last week the moment the packers start losing farve is hurt it happens every year


it either a bad thumb or a hurt shoulder he probly is really hurt but it happens every year

when the team starts losing a couple games the packer fans around here will always use that as a excuse

fan4favre
09-27-2004, 10:26 PM
I disagree pudge.

pudgesoprano
09-27-2004, 10:32 PM
im not talking about farve i dont doubt he is hurt if you play all those games in a row you probley are banged up

but when they start to lose they will start reporting it to the media

and then the packer fans that i live around will always use it as excuse im not saying all packers fans do it but the ones that i know do

it has all ready has happend today about shoulder was bother him last year they still won but these packer fans dont want to here that

DoubleDown11
09-28-2004, 09:24 AM
I thought it was funny how the toughest guy in the NFL sat out the last 1:40 of the game being down 14 pts.
Basically, a quick TD and an onside kick chance and another quick TD. A miracle comeback at best, but nice to see him give up! Very obvious Packers would be done if they had to depend on Pederson.

How convenient to bring up this shoulder thing after Sunday's game. I thought he was just giving up with a Charley Horse!

snowinapril
09-28-2004, 09:43 AM
"pudgesoprano" wrote:

im not talking about farve i dont doubt he is hurt if you play all those games in a row you probley are banged up

but when they start to lose they will start reporting it to the media

and then the packer fans that i live around will always use it as excuse im not saying all packers fans do it but the ones that i know do

it has all ready has happend today about shoulder was bother him last year they still won but these packer fans dont want to here that

It does seem like this happens. I think it is a way for the organization (Management) to distract the fans from the losing streak. Pretty good media tactic. Nothing wrong with it. but for a guy that has been hurt, he had a heck of a game the other day.

I guess when someone starts in with that excuse, I would say he played well, your team just lost 2 games and it wasn't Favre that lost those games it was a team effort.

ADubya26
09-28-2004, 10:06 AM
Haha, thats awesome Bdubya...glad to see ya on board. Did you guys see that play where one of the pack receivers (dont remember which one) was wide open for a deep ball and Pederson didn't see him? I think if brett was in there he could have made the play. I think he had to nurse his bruised hammy though..

tdawg0002
09-28-2004, 10:13 AM
Has anyone ever noticed that when someone says Brett is hurt, he manages to suck it up and play the best game of his career? This guy plays through anything and everything. I'm about the furthest thing from a Brett Favre fan, but the guy needs some props. He handles pain better than anyone in the league. (OK, at least he did until he gave up due to a bruised leg).

thepacksux
09-28-2004, 10:29 AM
i disagree, kleinsasser finished the dallas game with what turned out to be a fully torn acl, there hasnt been tough like that in the league for decades

thepacksux
09-28-2004, 10:30 AM
mcnabb broken foot game against AZ too

tdawg0002
09-28-2004, 11:47 AM
Ok, I will admit that "toughest in the league" may have been going a little too far because I understand that a lot of players play through different injuries. I'm just saying that Favre has played through his fair share of them.

Del Rio
09-28-2004, 01:00 PM
You can't try and compare Sasser and Favre for toughness :shock:

Favre touches the ball every play. He runs the offense, Sasser isn't in the game every play.

Not saying Sasser isn't tough, we all know he is, but QB position is key.

hovan
09-29-2004, 05:37 PM
"DoubleDown11" wrote:

I thought it was funny how the toughest guy in the NFL sat out the last 1:40 of the game being down 14 pts.
Basically, a quick TD and an onside kick chance and another quick TD. A miracle comeback at best, but nice to see him give up! Very obvious Packers would be done if they had to depend on Pederson.

How convenient to bring up this shoulder thing after Sunday's game. I thought he was just giving up with a Charley Horse!

Good Point DoubleDown...I would like to pose that question to PackMan. Of course he probably shut the game off after the first half! :crybaby:
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Big Daddy
09-29-2004, 08:08 PM
"Del Rio" wrote:

You can't try and compare Sasser and Favre for toughness :shock:

Favre touches the ball every play. He runs the offense, Sasser isn't in the game every play.

Not saying Sasser isn't tough, we all know he is, but QB position is key.

Yes but every play Sasser is in he probably gets hit or hits someone else, where Favre hands the ball off and runs most of the plays while not even getting hit. I think it's hard to compare two players playing different positions.