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  1. Packers Dynasty 2010

    49ers @ Packers

    Looks like Razor had it right, just had to bump the scores up some more. Not the greatest of wins by any means but a win is a win and sometimes you have to take the W however you can get it. Still have problems of abandoning the run or not using Aaron Jones. While calling naked bootleg after naked bootleg, even though the 9ers figured it out after the 1st drive. The rookie WRs look promising but at the same time you can tell the difference that it makes when vet WRs are out there instead. Rodgers relies on quick reads and receivers being on the same page as him, especially when it comes to extending plays. Cobb is probably the best at it, while Geronimo has been picking it up more and more. Cobb and Geronimo should be good to go after the bye. I don't what to say about the defense. They couldn't stop the run nor the pass. Goodwin just blew by our guys at all times and the 49ers probably would have won with ease if it wasn't for so many miscues. Brice continues to be a huge liability out there and can't cover worth shit. Then there is Clay and Perry that are being paid as top 10 OLBs but hardly generate any passrush. Edge has to be the 1st round pick this offseason unless the Texans are stupid and let Clowney walk (highly unlikely). Outside you can tell the difference that Jaire already makes. Missing him the past 2 weeks has hurt as Williams struggles to keep up WRs. No idea why he was on Goodwin instead of King all night. Jaire and Breeland should be ready after the bye and could really bolster the secondary. Overall, it hasn't the best of starts for the Packers and there is a lot of improvement. Luckily for them, they have the talent to improve. So get healthy and be ready for the gauntlet that comes after the bye, that will really determine the fate of this season.
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    Bills @ Packers

    Didn't watch the game, was at a wedding, but I read that the offense did look out of sync. Gotta wonder if the lack of Rodgers during practice throughout the week is taking it's toll. I'm confident that the offense will work itself out sooner than later. The defense is the critical piece, and even though it was the Bills it was still great to see a shutout and the defense bounce back from 2 rough weeks.
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    The NFL's new RTP rule is going to hurt the game of football

    Good ol NFL, release a video about roughing the passer and avoid including the 2 most controversial, talked about calls so far this season. Too afraid to admit that either of their ref crews fucked up? Just own up to it and tell everyone not to call shit like that again.
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    The NFL's new RTP rule is going to hurt the game of football

    Nobody is trying to argue the week 1 call. Even Clay has said it was his mistake and he shouldn't have done that. The other 2 are total bullshit. I can't find the exact stat now but know I've seen a lot of Packers fans spout it recently. In the past 4 or 5 seasons, Clay has had 2 roughing the passer calls against him. He has 3 this season, pretty sad. About that targeting...Crawford for the Cowboys got a RTP call in a very similar play this past weekend. Or that Vikings' player, Antwione Williams, that got called for it in the preseason and fined.
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    The NFL's new RTP rule is going to hurt the game of football

    First step is getting rid of Al Riveron and then addressing this rule without a dumbass as the head of officiating. If they want to keep this idiot around, then the league is going to get worse and worse. I have always been one that just laughs at people saying the league is dieing but at this point, I am sort of leaning towards that view as well. There is very little consistency in how games are called and too much power is being given to the refs. Not saying the call yesterday determined the game one way or the other but these calls could definitely decide a game. Should be interesting if something like this call comes up in the playoffs and plays a big role. Then there is the whole commercials just being shoved down our throat nonstop. 2020 may be a very crucial year, with more and more fans getting pissed at the NFL and then a potential lockout. The UFL/XFL may be coming in at the right time.
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    Vikings @ Packers

    All 3 corners could be really good, it's hard to which one is better. King has that size and can WRs routes for them but has has a problem with injuries. While Alexander and Jackson both have some great playmaking ability but are still young and learning the game. I think Alexander is more consistent and a better slot guy but Jackson is definitely a ballhawk and has a high ceiling.
  7. Unless I'm mistaken, there is no way to delete your vote and re-vote. I initially voted Phins on the first option but thinking about it I rather go Broncos. I'm not a believer of the Broncos, they have faced 2 bad teams at home that played more to their strengths. They still have to play the Chiefs and Chargers twice, which could be 4 losses easily. While the Phins get the Bills twice. Think both will miss the playoffs though. Last option may be a homer pick but the Pack got a chance. They should be favored in their next 4 matchups leading into the bye. So the Packers could potentially go another 5 weeks without losing and then face a tough matchup with the Rams that may just decide this. The Rams have multiple tougher matchups between now and then. While I can see the Jags laying a dud after their impressive win last week.
  8. Texans are the only team I could see potentially turning it around and making the playoffs. The NFC is too deep and strong, I don't think the Seahawks, Lions, Giants or Cards stand a chance. Whereas the Bills and Raiders are terrible teams and I can see both picking in the top 5 this offseason.
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    Vikings @ Packers

    He wraps his left arm around the leg very briefly, but ya I have no idea how you say that is lifting him up and slamming him down. Clay even puts his arm out trying to brace the fall for both. I just don't understand what you are supposed to do at that point, and you will either see more plays like the Daniels one where he just hugs Cousins and lets him go or I believe it was Chris Jones that just hugged a QB and wouldn't let him move til the whistle blew, was too afraid to slam a QB to the ground. There was no part of me that expected the NFL to come out and say it was a bad call, but to say it was the right call and then include it in a training video is completely ridiculous. I do think that call against Kendricks was pretty weak too but at least he does lift Rodgers. Still shouldn't have been RTP but these refs were horrible all game.
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    Vikings @ Packers

    Believe it was Rapoport that first reported it, but here is a link to an article about it.
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    Vikings @ Packers

    The league isn't just doubling down on the bullshit call, they are including it in a video of what not to do when tackling. Hope the league enjoys watching their product go down the drain, completely ruining it.
  12. Packers Dynasty 2010

    Vikings @ Packers

    What a shitty game. Probably the worst officiated game I've seen in a long time, and not just because of the BS roughing the passer call on Matthews. There were so many terrible calls on both sides and 0 consistency throughout the game. That said, the Packers really shot themselves in the foot and squandered so many opportunities. Kicking 4 times in the redzone is not acceptable. That sequence after the Ha Ha pick was questionable. I'm glad we didn't play conservative and just run it 3 times, but some short routes or something would have been better than 2 shots to the endzone. As for the defense, I'm not completely sure what happened that caused them to completely collapse. King going down didn't help and unit just looked gassed. One last thing, Daniels just hugging Cousins and then letting him go instead of an easy sack shows how much these new rules are affecting defenders. Players are so scared of getting penalized that it leads them to being overly cautious.
  13. Packers Dynasty 2010

    Evaluate Your Team, Week 1

    Wasn't pretty for the Packers but Rodgers found a way to get it done. For the offense: The o-line was pretty shaky to start the game to couple with the offense using long developing plays again. For going against Mack, Bulaga actually held his own when Rodgers was playing. It wasn't until Kizer came in that Mack really started going off and I'm not sure you could even blame Bulaga for any of it. Kizer rolled straight into Mack on that strip sack and on the int, Mack dropped back while the interior o-line allowed a free runner. The interior line is way more worrisome as they had no push in the running game and Hicks was running right through McCray to start off. Utilizing a lot of quick short passes helped in the 2nd half, but on some of the longer plays the o-line completely stonewalled Chicago's front 7 in the 2nd half so there may be some hope still. If Rodgers goes down, the Pack are screwed and that was shown once again for a quarter. Maybe it's time to stop trying to develop young guys and get a decent vet/journeyman backup QB? Jimmy Graham was really quiet but he was drawing plenty of attention which helped Cobb dominate the middle of the field, while Adams and GMo had 1 on 1 matchups for the majority of the game. For the defense: I like the D-line and the new secondary (specifically the corners), but the LBs are garbage and safeties are suspect. Clark and Daniels will continue being a force to reckon with and till make life hard on QBs by not allowing pockets to step up into. Perry was good in the run game and finally showed up in the passrush on the Bears' last play, but he needs to be better. Clay is done and at this point shouldn't even be a starter. He uses the same passrush over and over and isn't effective. While being completely horrible in run support and having no idea what containment is. Gilbert should be out there starting. Ha Ha has still been pretty meh. He had some nice tackles but other times where he hesitated and whiffed on the tackle. Twice he had Mitch lined up and whiffed, gotta deliver a huge hit on a rushing QB when you got the chance. Brice is good in run support but cannot cover. Should be an interesting matchup on Sunday. If Rodgers plays, think the game will be tight and the Pack may have a chance.
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    Khalil Mack is riding the winds of change

    Guess Green Bay did offer 2 1sts but that's it and Oakland saw the Bears' picks being worth more. Gute is definitely being active, will be interesting to see what he does next offseason with quite a bit of cap space and those picks.
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    Preseason Thoughts (and prayers)

    For the Packers: Burks is going to be great and could easily surpass what Ryan provided for the Packers. Pettine called a pretty simplistic defense last night and a lot of starters were out but overall I was fairly happy with what I saw. I was impressed by Josh Jackson and thought he did a great job sticking to his guys. Still worried about OLB depth as neither Fackrell nor Biegel stood out last night, while Gilbert got good pressure but was always a step or 2 late. Since both Clay and Perry are made of glass, we really need one of the young OLBs to step up. I'm all aboard the MVS hype train too
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