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    SNF: Packers at Giants

    Might be a shootout. The Packers D has major issues stopping the Giants and nobody is stopping Rodgers right now. Should be a good game

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    already being discussed in other games thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nike View Post
    already being discussed in other games thread.
    We always make separate threads for Sun night and Mon night games, this is a good game, deserves it's own thread

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    lol @ Sheli Girlling. Misses a wide open Hynoski for a TD, then misses him on a simple dump off.

    SHELITE!

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    I would trade 10 first rounders for Rodgers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri_0515 View Post
    I would trade 10 first rounders for Rodgers
    I would throw in our seconds as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by revischrist View Post
    I would throw in our seconds as well
    Well now you're being ridiculous

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    What is up with Roger's porn mustache?

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    Quote Originally Posted by revischrist View Post
    I would throw in our seconds as well
    I'd give them a 1st and Revis.

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    What McCarthy just did is horrific stubborn coaching. It is one thing to stand by a struggling kicker and not cut him, it is quite another to send him out for a 55 yard attempt. Lunacy. Your best player is your QB, you put the ball in his hands on 4th and 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    What McCarthy just did is horrific stubborn coaching. It is one thing to stand by a struggling kicker and not cut him, it is quite another to send him out for a 55 yard attempt. Lunacy. Your best player is your QB, you put the ball in his hands on 4th and 4.
    I would take him over Rex in a heartbeat

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    What McCarthy just did is horrific stubborn coaching. It is one thing to stand by a struggling kicker and not cut him, it is quite another to send him out for a 55 yard attempt. Lunacy. Your best player is your QB, you put the ball in his hands on 4th and 4.
    The Packers would score about 55 PPG if Belichick were coaching them.

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    McCarthy is an OK coach that has had the benefit of having some of the best QBs a coach could ever ask for. But he does have to get credit for developing Rodgers. Rodgers was not this good coming out of college.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri_0515 View Post
    I would take him over Rex in a heartbeat
    I wouldn't. Maybe he gets some credit for developing Rodgers, but overall he is not a great coach. He has a great QB and when you have that, you win a lot of games in this league regardless of coaching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    I wouldn't. Maybe he gets some credit for developing Rodgers, but overall he is not a great coach. He has a great QB and when you have that, you win a lot of games in this league regardless of coaching.
    So you're telling me McCarthy has a less disciplined team than Rex does?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    I wouldn't. Maybe he gets some credit for developing Rodgers, but overall he is not a great coach. He has a great QB and when you have that, you win a lot of games in this league regardless of coaching.
    This

    He's like the les miles of the nfl wins because of his great qb talent not his game day decisions

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    Might be a shootout.


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    Not good Rodgers, somebody was not on the same page there between QB and WR. Giants really seem to have the Packers number lately

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    RAH JUHS, Y U COSTING ME FANTASY POINTS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri_0515 View Post
    So you're telling me McCarthy has a less disciplined team than Rex does?
    I mean we can talk discipline, I think the QB play both coaches get is the big difference between their overall success. Rex is not perfect, but I just don't see McCarthy as a great coach

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