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PostPosted: Fri Nov 02, 2012 5:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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stchamp98 - who will carry the rock for you guys on sun? mostly stephens-howling im assuming?


Probably.
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Can we please discuss the greatest QB duel of all time. Kurt Warner and aaron Rodgers in the famous playoff game? Cause this game is gonna be a huge blowout in the Packers favor.
I'll start. Back in that playoff game Kurt Warner wasn't quite ready to turn over the reins to Aaron Rodgers who engineered a comeback of all comebacks only to have Mighty Mouse Mike Adams come on a corner blitz in OT in a wild playoff finish to force a fumble and Karlos Dansby ran the ball in for the win. One of the best games ever if your a Cardinals fan.Now I may have to go look up stats but from what I remember of the top of my head Kurt Warner and Aaron Rodgers put up staggering numbers.


That game gave me premature grey hairs.

Was also the game which really got me into thinking Rodgers could be scary good; he was great in 2009, and the INT to start the game was boneheaded, but that was the first sign of the sort of Rodgers which came to fruition at the end of 2010 and into last year.

Unfortunately that coincided with Kurt Warner absolutely destroying the Packers secondary, part of which we probably should have seen coming given how GB struggled mighty over the middle of the field versus Favre and Big Ben that season.

It's insane the amount of roster turnover you guys have had since that game alone.

I'm interested in seeing how GB plays this weekend. I watched your last three games on rewind and can see why PFF is crapping all over your pass protection; GB might be down Nelson again and we barley run the ball as is, let alone effectively, so I wanna see how Finley and DJ Williams get involved in the passing game.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 03, 2012 12:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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#1CARDSFAN wrote:
Can we please discuss the greatest QB duel of all time. Kurt Warner and aaron Rodgers in the famous playoff game? Cause this game is gonna be a huge blowout in the Packers favor.
I'll start. Back in that playoff game Kurt Warner wasn't quite ready to turn over the reins to Aaron Rodgers who engineered a comeback of all comebacks only to have Mighty Mouse Mike Adams come on a corner blitz in OT in a wild playoff finish to force a fumble and Karlos Dansby ran the ball in for the win. One of the best games ever if your a Cardinals fan.Now I may have to go look up stats but from what I remember of the top of my head Kurt Warner and Aaron Rodgers put up staggering numbers.


That game gave me premature grey hairs.

Was also the game which really got me into thinking Rodgers could be scary good; he was great in 2009, and the INT to start the game was boneheaded, but that was the first sign of the sort of Rodgers which came to fruition at the end of 2010 and into last year.

Unfortunately that coincided with Kurt Warner absolutely destroying the Packers secondary, part of which we probably should have seen coming given how GB struggled mighty over the middle of the field versus Favre and Big Ben that season.

It's insane the amount of roster turnover you guys have had since that game alone.

I'm interested in seeing how GB plays this weekend. I watched your last three games on rewind and can see why PFF is crapping all over your pass protection; GB might be down Nelson again and we barley run the ball as is, let alone effectively, so I wanna see how Finley and DJ Williams get involved in the passing game.

That game will go down as one of the greatest playoff games ever. At least in my mind.
This weekend? Blowout in the Packers favour. The Packers are on the rise and the Cardinals are in freefall mode. I am treating this week as a bye so it doesn't hurt so bad.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 03, 2012 1:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

#1CARDSFAN wrote:
Willink wrote:
#1CARDSFAN wrote:
Can we please discuss the greatest QB duel of all time. Kurt Warner and aaron Rodgers in the famous playoff game? Cause this game is gonna be a huge blowout in the Packers favor.
I'll start. Back in that playoff game Kurt Warner wasn't quite ready to turn over the reins to Aaron Rodgers who engineered a comeback of all comebacks only to have Mighty Mouse Mike Adams come on a corner blitz in OT in a wild playoff finish to force a fumble and Karlos Dansby ran the ball in for the win. One of the best games ever if your a Cardinals fan.Now I may have to go look up stats but from what I remember of the top of my head Kurt Warner and Aaron Rodgers put up staggering numbers.


That game gave me premature grey hairs.

Was also the game which really got me into thinking Rodgers could be scary good; he was great in 2009, and the INT to start the game was boneheaded, but that was the first sign of the sort of Rodgers which came to fruition at the end of 2010 and into last year.

Unfortunately that coincided with Kurt Warner absolutely destroying the Packers secondary, part of which we probably should have seen coming given how GB struggled mighty over the middle of the field versus Favre and Big Ben that season.

It's insane the amount of roster turnover you guys have had since that game alone.

I'm interested in seeing how GB plays this weekend. I watched your last three games on rewind and can see why PFF is crapping all over your pass protection; GB might be down Nelson again and we barley run the ball as is, let alone effectively, so I wanna see how Finley and DJ Williams get involved in the passing game.

That game will go down as one of the greatest playoff games ever. At least in my mind.
This weekend? Blowout in the Packers favour. The Packers are on the rise and the Cardinals are in freefall mode. I am treating this week as a bye so it doesn't hurt so bad.


this game wont be a blow out. i think a lot of packer nation are bitting their nails over this one right now
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phillipraz wrote:
#1CARDSFAN wrote:
Willink wrote:
#1CARDSFAN wrote:
Can we please discuss the greatest QB duel of all time. Kurt Warner and aaron Rodgers in the famous playoff game? Cause this game is gonna be a huge blowout in the Packers favor.
I'll start. Back in that playoff game Kurt Warner wasn't quite ready to turn over the reins to Aaron Rodgers who engineered a comeback of all comebacks only to have Mighty Mouse Mike Adams come on a corner blitz in OT in a wild playoff finish to force a fumble and Karlos Dansby ran the ball in for the win. One of the best games ever if your a Cardinals fan.Now I may have to go look up stats but from what I remember of the top of my head Kurt Warner and Aaron Rodgers put up staggering numbers.


That game gave me premature grey hairs.

Was also the game which really got me into thinking Rodgers could be scary good; he was great in 2009, and the INT to start the game was boneheaded, but that was the first sign of the sort of Rodgers which came to fruition at the end of 2010 and into last year.

Unfortunately that coincided with Kurt Warner absolutely destroying the Packers secondary, part of which we probably should have seen coming given how GB struggled mighty over the middle of the field versus Favre and Big Ben that season.

It's insane the amount of roster turnover you guys have had since that game alone.

I'm interested in seeing how GB plays this weekend. I watched your last three games on rewind and can see why PFF is crapping all over your pass protection; GB might be down Nelson again and we barley run the ball as is, let alone effectively, so I wanna see how Finley and DJ Williams get involved in the passing game.

That game will go down as one of the greatest playoff games ever. At least in my mind.
This weekend? Blowout in the Packers favour. The Packers are on the rise and the Cardinals are in freefall mode. I am treating this week as a bye so it doesn't hurt so bad.


this game wont be a blow out. i think a lot of packer nation are bitting their nails over this one right now


And a lot of 49er fans were scared about last week. Honestly, the Cardinals cannot move the football right now on offense. We are not going to score point regardless of the defense, because the major issues with our own offense is our own offense. We cannot execute.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 03, 2012 10:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The only optimism in me says that Green Bay doesn't run the ball all that well or all that often. That should take away out biggest defensive weakness, which helps.

That said, it's gonna take way more than that for us to be in this football game.
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phillipraz wrote:
#1CARDSFAN wrote:
Willink wrote:
#1CARDSFAN wrote:
Can we please discuss the greatest QB duel of all time. Kurt Warner and aaron Rodgers in the famous playoff game? Cause this game is gonna be a huge blowout in the Packers favor.
I'll start. Back in that playoff game Kurt Warner wasn't quite ready to turn over the reins to Aaron Rodgers who engineered a comeback of all comebacks only to have Mighty Mouse Mike Adams come on a corner blitz in OT in a wild playoff finish to force a fumble and Karlos Dansby ran the ball in for the win. One of the best games ever if your a Cardinals fan.Now I may have to go look up stats but from what I remember of the top of my head Kurt Warner and Aaron Rodgers put up staggering numbers.


That game gave me premature grey hairs.

Was also the game which really got me into thinking Rodgers could be scary good; he was great in 2009, and the INT to start the game was boneheaded, but that was the first sign of the sort of Rodgers which came to fruition at the end of 2010 and into last year.

Unfortunately that coincided with Kurt Warner absolutely destroying the Packers secondary, part of which we probably should have seen coming given how GB struggled mighty over the middle of the field versus Favre and Big Ben that season.

It's insane the amount of roster turnover you guys have had since that game alone.

I'm interested in seeing how GB plays this weekend. I watched your last three games on rewind and can see why PFF is crapping all over your pass protection; GB might be down Nelson again and we barley run the ball as is, let alone effectively, so I wanna see how Finley and DJ Williams get involved in the passing game.

That game will go down as one of the greatest playoff games ever. At least in my mind.
This weekend? Blowout in the Packers favour. The Packers are on the rise and the Cardinals are in freefall mode. I am treating this week as a bye so it doesn't hurt so bad.


this game wont be a blow out. i think a lot of packer nation are bitting their nails over this one right now


Especially after that game against the Jags last Sunday! Shocked Your defense is a heck of lot better than Jax. Our O line has been shaky all season and Aaron has been getting hit a lot Sad , we won't have our 2 top WRs, our TE can't catch, our blocking FB is out and we can't run the ball worth a damn. There are some fans who are super confident about tomorrow but these are same folks who thought we'd win in a blow out at Indy earlier too. Confused
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 03, 2012 1:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This would be a great time for Peterson to break off a TD return. We are going to need some miracles and Packer meltdowns to stand a chance.
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Ron Housler has been added to the injury report for tomorrow, he's listed as probable.
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stchamp98 wrote:
Ron Housler has been added to the injury report for tomorrow, he's listed as probable.


I that Rob's brother? Wink
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 03, 2012 8:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank god this is an early game lol! I am so over afternoon games living in the central time zone! It won't stop me from being a cards fan though!
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Any chance GB forgets they have a game on Sunday?

Probably only chance we have.

What are the odds we score more than 7 points?

100 or 50 to 1?
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Any chance GB forgets they have a game on Sunday?

Probably only chance we have.

What are the odds we score more than 7 points?

100 or 50 to 1?
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2012 12:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi guys. Hope for a good game and no injuries.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2012 12:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

justo wrote:
Hi guys. Hope for a good game and no injuries.

Thanks. Good game to you guys as well.
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