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Season changer for the Packers. Fractured collar bone for Aaron Rodgers

http://m.bleacherreport.com/articles/1837559-aaron-rodgers-injury-updates-on-packers-shoulder-likely-return-date?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=nfl
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Because of the messes that are Greg Shiano/Incognito-Martin, it seems like Jacksonville is the NFL's least embarrassing team in Florida... Who would've thought?
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worse thing is they've been there since Shanahan was fired
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2013 5:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Because of the messes that are Greg Shiano/Incognito-Martin, it seems like Jacksonville is the NFL's least embarrassing team in Florida... Who would've thought?


Especially when they win today.
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I still think Jacksonville was stupid for firing DelRio. He was a good coach for them. It's not his fault, the GM fell in love with Gabbert as did I and we were both dead wrong.

If they had stayed put in the draft and taken Kerrigan, they'd be in better shape with Kerrigan on one side and Babin in the other and Poluzny in the middle.
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I still think Jacksonville was stupid for firing DelRio. He was a good coach for them. It's not his fault, the GM fell in love with Gabbert as did I and we were both dead wrong.

If they had stayed put in the draft and taken Kerrigan, they'd be in better shape with Kerrigan on one side and Babin in the other and Poluzny in the middle.


Babin is 34 years old. He needed to be replaced.

I was never big on Blaine Gabbert. I don't know where the hype came from. They should have stayed where they were and just trusted their board.

I think that Gus Bradley will be good for the Jags so long as he can get a QB and a RB (MJD is a free agent at the end of the season).
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I still think Jacksonville was stupid for firing DelRio. He was a good coach for them. It's not his fault, the GM fell in love with Gabbert as did I and we were both dead wrong.

If they had stayed put in the draft and taken Kerrigan, they'd be in better shape with Kerrigan on one side and Babin in the other and Poluzny in the middle.


Babin is 34 years old. He needed to be replaced.

I was never big on Blaine Gabbert. I don't know where the hype came from. They should have stayed where they were and just trusted their board.

I think that Gus Bradley will be good for the Jags so long as he can get a QB and a RB (MJD is a free agent at the end of the season).
I agree with that. I think he's a good coach, they just need a Qb and should get one in the next draft.
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Getting rid of Graham Gano appears to have been an incredibly stupid move...
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Getting rid of Graham Gano appears to have been an incredibly stupid move...


Yup. Not many agreed with my prediction that he needed a few years. Gano keeps getting better every year.

I'm happy with Forbath (or at least the 2012 version of him) but miss Gano's long kickoffs.
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Well we need the Cowboys to beat the Giants. So far, the Giants look like us in the redzone. 1st and goal inside the 5 yd line, and they have to settle for 3 pts. Sad
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Getting rid of Graham Gano appears to have been an incredibly stupid move...


Yup. Not many agreed with my prediction that he needed a few years. Gano keeps getting better every year.

I'm happy with Forbath (or at least the 2012 version of him) but miss Gano's long kickoffs.
can we scratch that down as another poor personnel decision by Shanahan??? Wink

3 of the last 4 games he's kicked a FG of over 50 yds...
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turtle28 wrote:
Thaiphoon wrote:
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Getting rid of Graham Gano appears to have been an incredibly stupid move...


Yup. Not many agreed with my prediction that he needed a few years. Gano keeps getting better every year.

I'm happy with Forbath (or at least the 2012 version of him) but miss Gano's long kickoffs.
can we scratch that down as another poor personnel decision by Shanahan??? Wink

3 of the last 4 games he's kicked a FG of over 50 yds...


Hey - most of this forum wanted Gano gone, too. Let's not hide that fact either.

I think only myself, Footy and maybe Woz wanted us to keep him.
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Thaiphoon wrote:
turtle28 wrote:
Thaiphoon wrote:
lavar703 wrote:
Getting rid of Graham Gano appears to have been an incredibly stupid move...


Yup. Not many agreed with my prediction that he needed a few years. Gano keeps getting better every year.

I'm happy with Forbath (or at least the 2012 version of him) but miss Gano's long kickoffs.
can we scratch that down as another poor personnel decision by Shanahan??? Wink

3 of the last 4 games he's kicked a FG of over 50 yds...


Hey - most of this forum wanted Gano gone, too. Let's not hide that fact either.

I think only myself, Footy and maybe Woz wanted us to keep him.
No doubt. I'm not hiding that, but Mike Shanahan is supposed to be smarter than us fans...

Shocked
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turtle28 wrote:
Thaiphoon wrote:
turtle28 wrote:
Thaiphoon wrote:
lavar703 wrote:
Getting rid of Graham Gano appears to have been an incredibly stupid move...


Yup. Not many agreed with my prediction that he needed a few years. Gano keeps getting better every year.

I'm happy with Forbath (or at least the 2012 version of him) but miss Gano's long kickoffs.
can we scratch that down as another poor personnel decision by Shanahan??? Wink

3 of the last 4 games he's kicked a FG of over 50 yds...


Hey - most of this forum wanted Gano gone, too. Let's not hide that fact either.

I think only myself, Footy and maybe Woz wanted us to keep him.
No doubt. I'm not hiding that, but Mike Shanahan is supposed to be smarter than us fans...

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Ok so by relation, this makes me, Footy and Woz...smarter than Shanny?
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turtle28 wrote:
Thaiphoon wrote:
turtle28 wrote:
Thaiphoon wrote:
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Getting rid of Graham Gano appears to have been an incredibly stupid move...


Yup. Not many agreed with my prediction that he needed a few years. Gano keeps getting better every year.

I'm happy with Forbath (or at least the 2012 version of him) but miss Gano's long kickoffs.
can we scratch that down as another poor personnel decision by Shanahan??? Wink

3 of the last 4 games he's kicked a FG of over 50 yds...


Hey - most of this forum wanted Gano gone, too. Let's not hide that fact either.

I think only myself, Footy and maybe Woz wanted us to keep him.
No doubt. I'm not hiding that, but Mike Shanahan is supposed to be smarter than us fans...

Shocked


Ok so by relation, this makes me, Footy and Woz...smarter than Shanny?
Sure Wink
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Peyton looking good before the game, running around on those ankles! Cool

Man I hope they beat the crap outa the Patriots

Ohhh Woodyard and Von Miller TD broncos!!

Von Miller on the strip sack forced fumble! Shocked

Yeah, Von Miller - he should be playing ILB and not OLB rushing the passer... Rolling Eyes

Haha! I remember having that debate with a few posters two years ago Laughing
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