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#21 Posted on 30.3.04 1015.39 Reposted on: 30.3.11 1017.27
Originally posted by Franchise21Well I have a pretty big Rumor. Green Bay is looking to trade their 2004 12st and 2nd round picks and 2005 1st round pick plus Marques Anderson for Washington's 2004 5th overall pick. Who would they draft. Ben Roethlisberger U of Miami of Ohio.
Wow. Do you have a credible source for this earth-shattering rumor?
Since: 24.10.03 From: WI, now in the land of the Vikings...*shudder*
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#22 Posted on 30.3.04 1100.34 Reposted on: 30.3.11 1100.45
Originally posted by Sec19Row53Don Majkowski is a successful real estate agent/broker in the Atlanta Georgia area. He has appeared on the Packer post game radio show a couple of times in the last two years, and is still a very interesting guy. Plus, he's got a gorgeous wife, from what I've been told.
Sec19, hope you didn't think I was being negative--I was a BIG magic fan back in the day...and I've heard him on the Packers Radio Network as well.
The shirt itself (caricature of Magic pulling a rabbit out of a hat) IS scary, however Wonder if I could sell it on ebay...
I, for one, am not so worried about Favre as I am the Packer secondary. While everyone else focused on the Favre interception in the last playoff game, I kept thinking "4th and 26?!?! How do you give up 4th and 26?!?!" Defense wins championships, my friends.
Originally posted by The ThrillTake it easy, guys. Nobody's replacing Favre until Favre decides to hang 'em up, and I figure that's 2 more years off. The braintrust at 1265 Lombardi Ave. is probably just looking for a stopgap measure at QB for a year or two after Brett's retirement (at which point the whole state goes on suicide watch) until Craig Nall is ready.
Whoa. Looking back at this 2004 "wisdom" of mine was a genuine LMAO moment.
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#26 Posted on 3.4.04 1100.07 Reposted on: 3.4.11 1100.19
Originally posted by DrDirtMAybe if he can play behind a real line and learn from a tough SOB like Brett, he can realize his potential.
I don't really think toughness is learned; it's acquired more than anything else. It's apparent that Favre, since his days at Southern Miss when he ripped up his stomach and only missed two weeks, has an incredibly high threshold for pain. With that, what can Couch learn? He can learn that you lead by example. He can learn that even Brett Favre makes stupid mistakes (and let's give credit where it's due; Favre is notorious for his butthead throws). He can learn that a good offensive line and running game will help him more than he imagined.