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Offline obi1  
#1 Posted : Sunday, November 16, 2008 8:13:59 PM(UTC)
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It seems that when I predicted a tightly fought 23-21 win for the pack, I did two things. I underestimated the Packers and Over estimated the Bears.

It was great to see a win over the bears , first in 2+ years.

Was Hawk awesome? I thought so. Oline finally came to work and the Packers seem to be back to their playoff form.

I might also add that Bucs are my 2nd favorite team.

Obviously I am thinking 11-5.. How about everyone else?
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Offline walleye  
#2 Posted : Sunday, November 16, 2008 8:21:30 PM(UTC)
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yes i agree 11-5
i over estimated Orton he looked like GROSSMAN :pukeright: :pukeright: :physassult: :physassult: LOLOLOLOL.
sweet victory.
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Offline alldaybaby  
#3 Posted : Sunday, November 16, 2008 8:22:35 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
It seems that when I predicted a tightly fought 23-21 win for the pack, I did two things. I underestimated the Packers and Over estimated the Bears.

It was great to see a win over the bears , first in 2+ years.

Was Hawk awesome? I thought so. Oline finally came to work and the Packers seem to be back to their playoff form.

I might also add that Bucs are my 2nd favorite team.

Obviously I am thinking 11-5.. How about everyone else?



your o-line dominated a very poor d-line , rodgers played o.k but even i could stand there and make them passes if given all day to do so , look at what other QBs have done in chicago because they were given all day

ferotte IN CHICAGO 298 YARDS 2 td's

collins IN CHICAGO 289 YARDS 2 td's

orlovosky IN CHICAGO 292 YARDS 2td's

rodgers AT HOME 227 YARDS 2td's
a classic Aaron rogers quote\r\n\r\nquote: \"I\'ve got a roommate, a guy I met in town. He works for the Packers now as an athletic trainer....He\'s been great for me...Our friendship goes a lot deeper than what we do. \"
Offline bozz_2006  
#4 Posted : Sunday, November 16, 2008 8:28:09 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
It seems that when I predicted a tightly fought 23-21 win for the pack, I did two things. I underestimated the Packers and Over estimated the Bears.

It was great to see a win over the bears , first in 2+ years.

Was Hawk awesome? I thought so. Oline finally came to work and the Packers seem to be back to their playoff form.

I might also add that Bucs are my 2nd favorite team.

Obviously I am thinking 11-5.. How about everyone else?



your o-line dominated a very poor d-line , rodgers played o.k but even i could stand there and make them passes if given all day to do so , look at what other QBs have done in chicago because they were given all day

ferotte IN CHICAGO 298 YARDS 2 td's

collins IN CHICAGO 289 YARDS 2 td's

orlovosky IN CHICAGO 292 YARDS 2td's

rodgers AT HOME 227 YARDS 2td's


Grant - 145 yards rushing
Chicago Bears season average before today - 74.9 yards. that's gotta count for something. admit it. we dominated a very good defense.
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Offline alldaybaby  
#5 Posted : Sunday, November 16, 2008 8:34:27 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
It seems that when I predicted a tightly fought 23-21 win for the pack, I did two things. I underestimated the Packers and Over estimated the Bears.

It was great to see a win over the bears , first in 2+ years.

Was Hawk awesome? I thought so. Oline finally came to work and the Packers seem to be back to their playoff form.

I might also add that Bucs are my 2nd favorite team.

Obviously I am thinking 11-5.. How about everyone else?



your o-line dominated a very poor d-line , rodgers played o.k but even i could stand there and make them passes if given all day to do so , look at what other QBs have done in chicago because they were given all day

ferotte IN CHICAGO 298 YARDS 2 td's

collins IN CHICAGO 289 YARDS 2 td's

orlovosky IN CHICAGO 292 YARDS 2td's

rodgers AT HOME 227 YARDS 2td's


Grant - 145 yards rushing
Chicago Bears season average before today - 74.9 yards. that's gotta count for something. admit it. we dominated a very good defense.



why do you think the bears run defense is so high in the rankings ? they don't get pressure on the QB and its easy to pass on them , just look at the crappy QB's who put up good numbers

i'm not trying to take away from the win ...........congrats on that it was a good win , but don't get carried away thats all i'm saying
a classic Aaron rogers quote\r\n\r\nquote: \"I\'ve got a roommate, a guy I met in town. He works for the Packers now as an athletic trainer....He\'s been great for me...Our friendship goes a lot deeper than what we do. \"
Offline Pack93z  
#6 Posted : Sunday, November 16, 2008 8:39:06 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
It seems that when I predicted a tightly fought 23-21 win for the pack, I did two things. I underestimated the Packers and Over estimated the Bears.

It was great to see a win over the bears , first in 2+ years.

Was Hawk awesome? I thought so. Oline finally came to work and the Packers seem to be back to their playoff form.

I might also add that Bucs are my 2nd favorite team.

Obviously I am thinking 11-5.. How about everyone else?



your o-line dominated a very poor d-line , rodgers played o.k but even i could stand there and make them passes if given all day to do so , look at what other QBs have done in chicago because they were given all day

ferotte IN CHICAGO 298 YARDS 2 td's

collins IN CHICAGO 289 YARDS 2 td's

orlovosky IN CHICAGO 292 YARDS 2td's

rodgers AT HOME 227 YARDS 2td's


Grant - 145 yards rushing
Chicago Bears season average before today - 74.9 yards. that's gotta count for something. admit it. we dominated a very good defense.


+1 Bozz.. exactly the post I was starting until I seen this.. nevermind we actually ran against a team that others couldn't... ball control and not fearing calling run plays from the playcalling..

I must say this.. the line looks better, but a few times they still got caught high.. see the Grant run to the right near the goalline.. Cliffy and Colledge both got pushed back.. couple that with a couple early penalties.. I give the line an A- for the day.. but heck I will take it. :lol:

We forced the Bears back into there cover two schemes.. something Troy and Joy Buck mentioned a couple of times.. that forced them to drop the backers and opened up the running game..

Paper Bears defense..

But to topic today, 10 and 6... we will stub our toe someplace yet.. watching the Jags today.. that very well might be the stub.

Much better.. the interior defensive line looked a little soft yet.. Jolly hasn't returned to pre injury form from last year and Pickett has fallen off.. arm injury can't help. Cole.. give him credit.. he gives the effort but those short arms hurt him.. can't keep seperation in shedding blocks.. the olineman stick on the kid.

I seen Harrell in the game.. good sign... keeping digging.

A much needed win today.. got things done and set the ground work for further improvement next week.
I think when there's enough will and aggression, there's no shortage of talent either.

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Online dingus  
#7 Posted : Sunday, November 16, 2008 8:49:23 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
It seems that when I predicted a tightly fought 23-21 win for the pack, I did two things. I underestimated the Packers and Over estimated the Bears.

It was great to see a win over the bears , first in 2+ years.

Was Hawk awesome? I thought so. Oline finally came to work and the Packers seem to be back to their playoff form.

I might also add that Bucs are my 2nd favorite team.

Obviously I am thinking 11-5.. How about everyone else?



your o-line dominated a very poor d-line , rodgers played o.k but even i could stand there and make them passes if given all day to do so , look at what other QBs have done in chicago because they were given all day

ferotte IN CHICAGO 298 YARDS 2 td's

collins IN CHICAGO 289 YARDS 2 td's

orlovosky IN CHICAGO 292 YARDS 2td's

rodgers AT HOME 227 YARDS 2td's


Grant - 145 yards rushing
Chicago Bears season average before today - 74.9 yards. that's gotta count for something. admit it. we dominated a very good defense.



why do you think the bears run defense is so high in the rankings ? they don't get pressure on the QB and its easy to pass on them , just look at the crappy QB's who put up good numbers

i'm not trying to take away from the win ...........congrats on that it was a good win , but don't get carried away thats all i'm saying


And don't get carried away over a 1 point win against us.
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Offline Pack93z  
#8 Posted : Sunday, November 16, 2008 10:59:11 PM(UTC)
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Moved back to Packer forum... removed the trash talking.. see that thread for more banter.. continue on.
I think when there's enough will and aggression, there's no shortage of talent either.

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Offline gakko  
#9 Posted : Sunday, November 16, 2008 11:05:34 PM(UTC)
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guys, we had 200 running yards combined against the 4th ranked running defense in the league!
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Offline walleye  
#10 Posted : Sunday, November 16, 2008 11:16:37 PM(UTC)
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WOW alldaybaby. i dont know what you watched but slow down we crammed that ball down the stinkin bears throat.
grossman=dog crap
orton=jacka$$
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Offline Bigbyfan  
#11 Posted : Sunday, November 16, 2008 11:34:57 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
It seems that when I predicted a tightly fought 23-21 win for the pack, I did two things. I underestimated the Packers and Over estimated the Bears.

It was great to see a win over the bears , first in 2+ years.

Was Hawk awesome? I thought so. Oline finally came to work and the Packers seem to be back to their playoff form.

I might also add that Bucs are my 2nd favorite team.

Obviously I am thinking 11-5.. How about everyone else?



your o-line dominated a very poor d-line , rodgers played o.k but even i could stand there and make them passes if given all day to do so , look at what other QBs have done in chicago because they were given all day

ferotte IN CHICAGO 298 YARDS 2 td's

collins IN CHICAGO 289 YARDS 2 td's

orlovosky IN CHICAGO 292 YARDS 2td's

rodgers AT HOME 227 YARDS 2td's


Grant - 145 yards rushing
Chicago Bears season average before today - 74.9 yards. that's gotta count for something. admit it. we dominated a very good defense.



why do you think the bears run defense is so high in the rankings ? they don't get pressure on the QB and its easy to pass on them , just look at the crappy QB's who put up good numbers

i'm not trying to take away from the win ...........congrats on that it was a good win , but don't get carried away thats all i'm saying


Did any of those teams beat the Bears by 34 points??? Did any of those teams hold the Bears to 3 points??? Did any of those teams BOTH run and pass for over 200 yards each??? But Aaron Rodgers didnt have a HUGE day so it MUST not be that great of a win.

Right alldaybaby?
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Offline obi1  
#12 Posted : Monday, November 17, 2008 1:15:28 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
It seems that when I predicted a tightly fought 23-21 win for the pack, I did two things. I underestimated the Packers and Over estimated the Bears.

It was great to see a win over the bears , first in 2+ years.

Was Hawk awesome? I thought so. Oline finally came to work and the Packers seem to be back to their playoff form.

I might also add that Bucs are my 2nd favorite team.

Obviously I am thinking 11-5.. How about everyone else?



your o-line dominated a very poor d-line , rodgers played o.k but even i could stand there and make them passes if given all day to do so , look at what other QBs have done in chicago because they were given all day

ferotte IN CHICAGO 298 YARDS 2 td's

collins IN CHICAGO 289 YARDS 2 td's

orlovosky IN CHICAGO 292 YARDS 2td's

rodgers AT HOME 227 YARDS 2td's


Grant - 145 yards rushing
Chicago Bears season average before today - 74.9 yards. that's gotta count for something. admit it. we dominated a very good defense.



why do you think the bears run defense is so high in the rankings ? they don't get pressure on the QB and its easy to pass on them , just look at the crappy QB's who put up good numbers

i'm not trying to take away from the win ...........congrats on that it was a good win , but don't get carried away thats all i'm saying


Did any of those teams beat the Bears by 34 points??? Did any of those teams hold the Bears to 3 points??? Did any of those teams BOTH run and pass for over 200 yards each??? But Aaron Rodgers didnt have a HUGE day so it MUST not be that great of a win.

Right alldaybaby?


Hey alltimebaby,

How did your Vikings do against the inept Bears? What was it? 48 points they scored on your fine defense?

The Packers claimed first place in the NFC north today by Displaying the true potential of this team. How did the Vikings do?
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Offline Zero2Cool  
#13 Posted : Monday, November 17, 2008 1:19:48 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
It seems that when I predicted a tightly fought 23-21 win for the pack, I did two things. I underestimated the Packers and Over estimated the Bears.

It was great to see a win over the bears , first in 2+ years.

Was Hawk awesome? I thought so. Oline finally came to work and the Packers seem to be back to their playoff form.

I might also add that Bucs are my 2nd favorite team.

Obviously I am thinking 11-5.. How about everyone else?



How the heck did we go from this to the post previous to mine?

I thought Hawk looked more... I'm not sure how to say it, but maybe more him? I think he looked better in the middle than on the outside.

The OL did better this game, obviously, lol.

I'm sticking to my 10 - 6 prediction.
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Offline obi1  
#14 Posted : Monday, November 17, 2008 1:26:26 AM(UTC)
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Well zero, you have a margin for error of 1, I have 0. IF the Packers flub up vs ANYONE, I lose.

Given that, YOU are predicting a loss in the next 6 games... Which team do you think will beat the Packers?
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Offline 4PackGirl  
#15 Posted : Monday, November 17, 2008 1:28:49 AM(UTC)
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gotta love the fact that a queens fan is telling packer fans not to get carried away...ON a packer forum...yeah, ok. :P
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