45-17? What the hell is that? 6 interceptions? I'm not a Pack fan, but I'm not stupid enough to think Favre isn't great. How does he come one short of tying the NFL record for INTs in a game? What a terrible game.
"A lot of guys on this team have a lot of bark, but no bite. Guys have to just shut up and play." -- WR Keyshawn Johnson, following the playoff loss to Philadelphia
I think Favre threw a lot of balls he shouldn't have. Even the announcers were saying how sometimes you just have to eat the ball and take the sack. He is amazing, but he gets outside of even his own formidable skills sometimes, and I think today he did that a decent amount.
yeah... some of those passes shouldn't have happened... but when you fall that far behind you have to start forcing stuff and unfortunately a lot of passes were tipped.... if he had been on i dont know how much of a difference it would have made... his receivers were being stopped rt after the catch... there was no yards being run after the catch...
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I actually thought the Packers looked the slightly better team in the first half, they moved the ball quite well apart from the turnovers. Admittedly, the Rams offence didn't have to do much and get time to click. If the first interception found Schroeder that was a TD, and could have been 14-0. The game would have been a different story then.
http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap2000000293330/article/gary-kubiak-out-as-houston-texans-head-coach I thought they'd at least wait until the season was over. The excuse of giving them time to talk to people not under NFL contract seems weak.