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#1 Posted on 4.10.04 2355.42 Reposted on: 4.10.11 2358.06
I can as I picked Green Bay in one survivor league on Week 2 at home vs. the Bears and was eliminated and picked them again this week on my backup league I picked the Packers at home again and well... Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, fool me we can't get fooled again. Or something like that lol I won't pick them a third time that's for sure. Unless. Naa I won't!
Green Bay losing to the Bears and Giants at home, that is just pathetic, Brett Favre injured or not. I must say Favre amazes me again by running in just after a concussion throwing a TD then having to be pulled... Which pretty much says Favre seeing little birdies around his head after just having a concussion is better than Pederson. A very tiring season, I've said it once, I'll say it again. This team will go no where with Mike Sherman having the key to it
So what games did the rest of you watch this week, who impressed you, who's disappointed you.
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#2 Posted on 5.10.04 0043.10 Reposted on: 5.10.11 0049.27
Even with the problems in Green Bay I think you have to be a little impressed by the Giants. 99% of the planet said Kurt Warner was washed up and done, but he's holding his own so far. And Tiki Barber learned how to hold onto the ball finally.
I was surprised by the Jags in their game with the Colts. They need more offense but even so they only lost by a TD, and it came right down to the wire. The way the Chiefs kept driving over and over on the Ravens defense was impressive, and Jamal Lewis only had near 70 yards after talk radio types were saying he could run up 300 on KC's defense.
The worst thing I saw was Buffalo collapse when they at least had a shot at beating the Pats. Offsides on the field goal that turned into a TD. On third down the runner trips behind the line, on fourth down Bledsoe coughs it up and the Pats score on the fumble. Same old same old.
#3 Posted on 5.10.04 0340.17 Reposted on: 5.10.11 0341.13
By this point, I'm hoping that GB has an utterly horrible season so Mike Sherman can be unceremoniously fired and/or dragged behind the team bus. Some coaches are winners, and Sherman just doesn't have it. I'd hate to see the last few years of Favre's career be wasted in a Faulk-and-Martz style under Mike Sherman.
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