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Jared Allen is a "beast," Favre sheds a burden

Vikings defensive end Jared Allen, the splashy offseason move that the Vikings made in 2008 in an effort to improve the team’s fortunes, delivered in a big way on Monday night in a 30-23 win over the Packers.

Allen registered 4.5 sacks, a career high.  He also forced a fumble, and recovered it.  And he sacked Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers in the end zone in the second half for a safety.

Said Favre during his post-game press conference, “Jared Allen’s a beast, man.  That guy’s good.”

The relentless effort almost overshadowed the performance of Favre, who completed 24 of 31 passes for 271 yards and three scores.

Almost.

Because the story of the night was Favre, who finally got a chance to prove to the Packers that he can still play.

For the season, Favre has eight touchdown passes and only one interception.  And, more importantly to Favre, the Vikings are now 4-0.  They travel to St. Louis in Week Five before a facing a tough two-pack of games against the Ravens and Steelers of the AFC North.

Then comes a trip to Lambeau Field for the second half of the Brett Favre Non-Revenge Revenge Tour.

So while the next four games will be a lot tougher than the first four, the Vikings are moving in the right direction.

The Packers enter their bye week at 2-2, and they play the Lions and Browns before getting another shot at Favre.

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108 Responses to “Jared Allen is a "beast," Favre sheds a burden”
  1. csaber2007 says: Oct 6, 2009 12:59 AM

    Doesn’t change the fact the man is a vindictive liar..but hey, good game for him.

  2. luigiboy says: Oct 6, 2009 12:59 AM

    Any questions?
    It’s true what they say about the great ones in big games. He doesn’t look old.
    Aaron Rodgers did prove why he’s Green Bay’s QB now. If they could have protected him, that would have been a shoot out to the end.

  3. seaner44 says: Oct 6, 2009 1:01 AM

    And now the haters will leave Favre alone for a couple of days

  4. Bob Nelson is a Tool says: Oct 6, 2009 1:02 AM

    Let the packers fans excuses begin….. Who’s up first? Bob?
    SKOL VIKES!!!!! 4-0

  5. nerd says: Oct 6, 2009 1:04 AM

    Allen had a good game. He was going up against our 2nd and 3rd stringers, who were really guards, but give him credit.
    If the Packers could give Rodgers 3 seconds, their offense would rival the greatest show on turf.
    “Smaller, quicker” linemen ain’t getting it done.

  6. FumbleNuts says: Oct 6, 2009 1:05 AM

    They travel to St. Louis in Week Five .
    Run for life your Boller…. Jared “the beast” Allen will be hunting you all day long.

  7. Wonderlic---myballs says: Oct 6, 2009 1:09 AM

    Jared Allens MMA training on the off season sure is evident. His conditioning is off the charts for a moose. He and Brett “who’s your daddy” Favre were the MVP’s of D and O for sure tonight. He was a man amongst boys really. Rodgers was lucky to survive.

  8. Chickenfoot says: Oct 6, 2009 1:15 AM

    let the excuse making commence!!

  9. 24Seven says: Oct 6, 2009 1:17 AM

    I told a Packer fan of my that for the first eight games of the season, Farve will be serious trouble. However, as the season wears on, Favre will degrade. Sure, he’s been a bastion of durability for the first 18 some odd years of his career…but those were the first 18. The last 18 weeks are much harder. Given the Vikings running game taking pressure off Favre, I suspect Favre will start to fall apart by week 10.

  10. JuicyMelon says: Oct 6, 2009 1:22 AM

    Waiting for the Packer fans cry/bs/Favre hating… The Vikings could’ve won this game with a trained Monkey as a QB…Jared Allen and that Defense dominated the Packers.
    I was actually impressed with Rodgers accuracy when he got the chance to pass (minus that INT). But if the Pack OL doesn’t step up, this will be a long season in Green Bay…Not that I wouldn’t like that!

  11. Lost says: Oct 6, 2009 1:23 AM

    Splashy offseason move = trade of 1st round draft choice + 4th round +exchange of 6th round etc. for a guy Chief originally drafted in the 7th.
    Oh yea, that and the ‘Jared Allen Bank of the Upper Midwest.’

  12. kevnz says: Oct 6, 2009 1:27 AM

    Yeah Allen got 4.5 sacks, but the pack gave up 5 to Antwan Odem a few weeks back. I think it’s more to do with the Oline sucking than Allen being that good.

  13. Gautam says: Oct 6, 2009 1:39 AM

    they need to protect their QB, he’s not a big tank like Big Ben

  14. DocBG says: Oct 6, 2009 1:39 AM

    # Bob Nelson is a Tool says: October 6, 2009 1:02 AM
    Let the packers fans excuses begin….. Who’s up first? Bob?
    SKOL VIKES!!!!! 4-0
    ——————————————————
    Bob’s mommy made him go to bed after he threw his cardboard box of animal crackers at the TV in the first half.
    It’s only a single game. One more win for the vikings and one more loss for the packers. If the vikes can put a beating on pittsburgh and baltimore (you know, 2 teams that actually know how to run the 3-4 defense) its going to be hard to take them out of first in the division. Plus note for the packers is that after spending a good bye week licking your wounds you get to really see how your team stacks up against the lions and browns….could be a good chance for the lions to claim a much improved 3rd place in the division and the browns to get their first win.

  15. Hauschild says: Oct 6, 2009 1:46 AM

    Appears that the haters are enjoying a sizeable slice of humble pie tonite.

  16. Beer Cheese Soup says: Oct 6, 2009 1:49 AM

    Chickenfoot says:
    let the excuse making commence!!
    _______________________
    No excuses here. You guys dominated on both sides of the ball, so you won. That’s usually how it goes.
    Props to Rodgers for keeping us in the game despite spending most of it on his back, but the REAL credit goes to the Vikings. Good teams always find a way to win, and that’s what you all did.

  17. wrath4771 says: Oct 6, 2009 1:51 AM

    Jared Allen is clearly the best pass rusher in the NFL over the past couple of years, but lets face it – the Packers O-Line has made everyone look like Reggie White. Colledge is barely passable as a LG and Lang obviously never saw anyone of Allen’s caliber at Eastern Michigan. So yes, Allen had a very good game, but lets save the hand jobs.

  18. Twiz says: Oct 6, 2009 1:52 AM

    # nerd says: October 6, 2009 1:04 AM
    Allen had a good game. He was going up against our 2nd and 3rd stringers, who were really guards, but give him credit.
    If the Packers could give Rodgers 3 seconds, their offense would rival the greatest show on turf.
    “Smaller, quicker” linemen ain’t getting it done.
    _________________________________
    Notice not a single word was said all week about 2nd or 3rd stringers on the line?
    The excuses have already begun!

  19. wrath4771 says: Oct 6, 2009 1:57 AM

    And be fair Florio – the Packers never said Farve couldn’t play, they just couldn’t wait until July 20th for him to decide he really didn’t want to stay retired. It’s not like the Packers were lucky enough to have Tavaris Jackson and have the luxury to wait until the first day of the pre season to welcome him back.
    The last thing – the Vikings played a good game and deserved to win, but you realize they only won by seven?

  20. Kanesville says: Oct 6, 2009 2:14 AM

    As a Chiefs fan, I must give the obligatory “Thanks, Carl!”

  21. larry says: Oct 6, 2009 2:46 AM

    csaber2007, how did he lie, packers offered him 20 million to retire, he didnt want to so he left 1st round hall of famers can do that now he is 4-0

  22. DaVikes says: Oct 6, 2009 3:24 AM

    Hey Kevnz,
    Your right, the pack oline is a mess. But I’d take Allen over Odem any day. Anyway, it doesn’t seem like the coaches there have made any adjustments to save Roger’s life. If you know who Allen is, and you know what some guy named Odem did, why don’t you put a TE over there and double Allen? Or keep a fullback in to block? The Pack’s blocking scheme looked just like it did in week one.
    Also, props to Winfield, who apparently covered Jennings so well they barely tried to throw to him.

  23. jm0205 says: Oct 6, 2009 4:22 AM

    4.5 sacks, FF, FR and a safety.. That’s pretty damn amazing

  24. this class sucks says: Oct 6, 2009 4:27 AM

    Packers looked awful, Favre looked good. Of course he always does early in the season. Allen needs a hair cut he really looks like a douche with that stupid head band thing he’s got going.

  25. rudedog36 says: Oct 6, 2009 5:13 AM

    Let the excuses begin?
    You do know you have to play us again in a couple of weeks.
    Even with the worst O-line in the NFL, and two turn overs that lead to 14 points, we only lost by 10. If i were a vike fan i would be wondering why we didnt win by more.

  26. FavreDollarFootlong says: Oct 6, 2009 5:55 AM

    @Kevnz:
    “I think it’s more to do with the Oline sucking than Allen being that good.”
    It was a perfect storm of a horrible offensive line and a great pass rush meeting in a head on collision.
    Bad news for the Packers is, it doesn’t get any better:
    Week 8 – vs Minnesota (just saw that trainwreck)
    Week 10 – vs Dallas (#1 in sacks last season)
    Week 11 – vs San Fran (currently 6th in sacks)
    Week 13 – vs Baltimore (currently 9th in sacks)
    Week 14 – @ Chicago (currently 3rd in sacks)
    Week 15 – @ Pittsburgh (#2 last season)
    Week 16 – vs Seattle (currently 12th in sacks)
    That’s tough sledding. And even worse for anyone who owns Rodgers/Jennings/Driver in fantasy leagues, since those last 3-4 matchups fall right in the middle of the fantasy playoffs.

  27. erikleif says: Oct 6, 2009 6:29 AM

    poor porkers – if only they had a coach and a gm , and some real fans – probably make the superblow – oh – they did that last night

  28. Joe in Toronto, Canada says: Oct 6, 2009 6:44 AM

    I really enjoyed watching Favre play last night. The 2nd TD was vintage Favre, only he can make that play, awesome.
    Screw the haters, I’m glad he decided to keep playing, no matter the team.

  29. gwinn1952 says: Oct 6, 2009 7:37 AM

    Everyone keeps blaming the 0-line…..these are the same guys Brett had for an o-line when he was 13-3 and they were 2nd year players at that time. Maybe we should put the blame where it needs to be….Rodgers hanging onto the ball, MM play calling always looking for long ball, or receivers not getting open. Packers have gotten away from the true West Coast Offense. One last note…..viking o-line has a rookie at RT and a 2nd year man (undersized) at center (others with 6-9 NFL experience)…..first game Brett hasn’t been sacked or running for life. Packers fired a lot of coaches……same old defense.

  30. Tundrastruck says: Oct 6, 2009 7:42 AM

    Man, I guess I got my fill of douchebag assclown Vikings fans for a while. Celebrate your beloved Jared Allen schooling a patchwork OL decimated by injuries. Celebrate your All Pro tailback averaging 2.2 YPC vs an inferior defense. Celebrate allowing nearly 400 yards thruogh the air when the QB spent the game running for his life. This was no domination, despite the OL issues the Packers had…no excuses, they got beat but it was no domination. You only take domination from that game if you listened to Jaworski lick Favre’s ass all night long.

  31. Beer N Donuts says: Oct 6, 2009 7:50 AM

    Favre played well, better than he has in any other game this season, and that’s something that everyone should keep in mind. NFL fans knew two things about Brett Favre:
    1. For years, he has been an incredible QB over the first 10 games of the season, but merely average over the last six (except for that injury thing, where he was justifiably awful).
    2. Playing Green Bay is nothing short of a Super Bowl to him.
    Can he play like this in December or January? What will be his mindset after the GB games run their course? I’m happy for the Vikings fans and Childress, but this isn’t the end; it’s only the beginning, and there are still some important unanswered questions that remain.

  32. longrodvanhungendong says: Oct 6, 2009 7:52 AM

    Hey TT………sign John Runyan! U better bring some help in ASAP!

  33. MikeF says: Oct 6, 2009 7:57 AM

    Are we going to be treated to another Rat Ratto column today haranguing us all on how Favre’s strong play isn’t sustainable?

  34. tjb71 says: Oct 6, 2009 8:00 AM

    This is not the same O-line Brett had. If it is where were Clifton and Tauscher? The O-line has been a disaster every week and as it was last year. In addition to not blocking they always find the worst time to commit stupid penalties. Did it all last year and this year they are considerably worse. Much as I hate to say it – hats off to Favre and the Vikes for playing a great game. Allen was a monster. He is the guy you hate unless he plays for you. Big time motor. The Pack’s D stopped Peterson but had to leave everyone open to do it. Hopefully they can split the series when the Vikes come to GB.

  35. Calistin says: Oct 6, 2009 8:09 AM

    Kinda hard to win when you gotta play the Vikings and the refs.
    Anyone who think CW actually should have been called for PI is a moron. Took a int away from the Pack in the endzone and gave the Vikings a TD, Pack loses by 7, hmmm, hope they get a better officiating crew for Lambeau so the Vikings actually get called for their bullshit pulling down defenders by the facemask.
    Shit was fixed so the media and NFL can make their millions hyping BF, even the announcers could see all the blown calls.

  36. luigiboy says: Oct 6, 2009 8:10 AM

    Rodgers does hang on to the ball too long. Some of the sacks are on him because he won’t get rid of the ball. If he takes his shots like Favre does he’d hang a few more INTs on his stat line.
    Do you think he might have been coached not to be like Favre in that respect? So the fault is with the coaching from the O-line to the QB and even the defense that couldn’t figure out a supposed washed up has-been.
    The better quarterback won. It’s not about the stats like passer ratings. And yet, Rodgers turned the ball over three times (INT, fumble, safety) to Favre’s big goose egg.
    And the score was close in the end because the Vikings took their foot off the gas. It was just prevent D until the clock ran out on the Pack. Don’t give them credit for being in that game at the end. It could have been Packers with the ball on the one yard line with a chance to go up 35-14, if McCarthy doesn’t challenge fumble that was safety.
    Pack got throttled and looked hopeless at times.

  37. Plankshelmet says: Oct 6, 2009 8:24 AM

    The MVP holds onto the ball way too long. Even with a decent O line this guy would still take alot of sacks. Two of his turnovers resulted in 14 points and then their was the safety. Thats the second time hes been sacked for a safety in 4 weeks and the 4th or 5th time since last season. Thats the sign of a QB with a bad clock. He did make some nice throws when he had to will give him that.

  38. chief says: Oct 6, 2009 8:27 AM

    glad someone brought up the PI in the endzone.
    from the NFL rulebook:
    Actions that do not constitute pass interference include but are not limited to:
    e) Contact by a defender who has gained position on a receiver in an attempt to catch the ball.
    Note 2: Defensive players have as much right to the path of the ball as eligible offensive players
    Woodson CLEARLY had position and had beat the receiver to the spot. The only person capable of making the catch was Woodson and there was no holding. The pass was thrown too far out in front for the receiver and CW read it perfectly. Even Jaws and Gruden, who couldn’t stop their O-faces for Favre all night long, made negative comments about the call.
    That’s a huge momentum swing, but we wouldn’t want to ruin a storyline would we?

  39. sand0 says: Oct 6, 2009 8:38 AM

    I keep hearing Packers fans complain about the pass interference call on Charles Woodson. First off he clearly hooked him. Second off, there was offsides on the play anyways and it was a free play. The PI call only gained the Vikings an extra half yard. (they were on the 3 yard line and offsides is half the distance while PI is on the 1. I know you guys can’t do math so this part is for the Vikes fans.)
    So that was not a seven point swing you morons. It was a half yard swing. Oh yeah, you guys sure got screwed there. And with penalties in general the Vikings have not been committing them all season and the Packers have been at a high rate all year. Bad teams usually do.
    Also, this game was not as close as the score indicated. The Vikings were scoring at will and then shut it down to protect the 16 point 4th quarter lead. The Packers did put up another 9 late in the game against the prevent but ran out of time, which is the point of the prevent. They never had possession of the ball within a score at the end. And all this despite a gift strip six and a broken coverage 61 yarder.
    As I Vikings fan I can honestly say this is the most thoroughly the Vikings have dominated a team all season. Yes, Green Bay threw up a ton of yards late and the box score won’t show it, but the Vikings had a 16 point 4th quarter lead and for once this season really made the opponent look over matched.
    And it makes it so much sweeter cause all you GB fans talk so much trash. 2-2. Yeah you guys have a lot to brag about. That defense of yours is trash. In fact, your team looks identical to last season. Funny how having the same players will do that.

  40. mnman says: Oct 6, 2009 8:40 AM

    Lots of excuses on here by Packers fans. lol Its the refs its this its that. You only won by 7. lol Ya but our defence in the secoundary sofened up the last quater and we still won. lol Farve out played you so get over it. You didnt want him, but we do. lol Excuses excuses excuses. Losers/ lol

  41. Bill Cowher's Chin says: Oct 6, 2009 8:41 AM

    Great game by Allen, but can someone let him know, that his sack “dance” is by far THE……GAYEST….THING……..EVER!!!!!!!!!!

  42. Fan_Of_ Four says: Oct 6, 2009 8:49 AM

    Now the crying begins, Packer Fans are so beyond pathetic. Any question why the Vikings wanted Favre?
    Way to go Brett, another dagger in the career of Ted “Alternative Lifestyle ” Thompson.
    Oh and for the Ladies complaining that Woodson was robbed, the play was brought back because off the ” offsides penalty, it was a dead play, Woodson’s pick never happened.
    What other excuses you got ?
    Outstanding game by Favre and the Vikings.

  43. kotapug says: Oct 6, 2009 8:50 AM

    Kinda hard to win when you gotta play the Vikings and the refs.
    Anyone who think CW actually should have been called for PI is a moron. Took a int away from the Pack in the endzone and gave the Vikings a TD, Pack loses by 7, hmmm, hope they get a better officiating crew for Lambeau so the Vikings actually get called for their bullshit pulling down defenders by the facemask.
    Shit was fixed so the media and NFL can make their millions hyping BF, even the announcers could see all the blown calls.
    Hey assclown there where 2 penalties on the play so it would of not been a int. even if the pi was not called.You guys got 400 yrds in the air by garbage time when the vikes relaxed .The game was not as close as the score shows. The vikes had no respect for the pack at the end of the game or worried about losing . And if you think dif why would they try a 50 yrd bomb and not run time off. Also keep making excuses about your team it is fun to read and listen to how you had the best team before kick off but now its because of your line ,cheerleaders,family pets,pink shoes and gloves and what ever else you can dream of. The vikes o line is far from elite look how many times Farve was sacked coming into the game.Our line stepped up and your d got stepped on.Oh and the times Allen wasn’t getting a sack go watch the tapes and check to see how many times he was held. Also the int Rogers threw, you made it that far by a lucky look at the horse shoe I pulled out of my ass catch by Jennings.

  44. PurpleRaid12 says: Oct 6, 2009 8:51 AM

    I’m glad you brought up the PI call too, because clearly you didn’t watch the game….. there were TWO fouls on that play (both defense) The PI, which to me wasn’t a PI, BUT there was an offside penalty too, Childress declined that one and took the PI, so either way it would have been 1st down…… that’s like me saying the refs should have stopped the play when Peterson got stripped because of forward progress….. that’s excuse #2 for the Packers, anymore?

  45. hayward giablommi says: Oct 6, 2009 8:52 AM

    Truth is, based on its schedule, Minnesota should be 4-0 and should go 5-0 next week. As stellar as their D-line looked last night, when Rodgers had time he was picking apart their secondary.
    The real “beast” is Minnsota’s schedule down the stretch. I certainly would not crown their asses just yet.

  46. LBPACKFAN says: Oct 6, 2009 8:53 AM

    No excuses here. Vikes outplayed the Pack and deserved to win. A few questionable calls but thats how it is with every NFL game.
    It’s a long season…lets maybe get to week 10-11 before we put the Vikes in the Super Bowl.
    Also…why do the Vikes want a new stadium? There biggest advantage is playing in the inflatable toilet with all that god awful noise piped in so opposing teams cant hear a thing.

  47. LBPACKFAN says: Oct 6, 2009 8:55 AM

    Fan_Of_Four -
    “Packer fans are beyond pathetic”
    Really moron? Viking fans and their organization don’t even compare to the Packers and their history.
    It’s nice being a fan of a team you know is going to be there in 2 years and 30 years. LOS ANGELES VIKINGS? Yeah – Vikes are classy and tops.
    Get real idiot.

  48. Supersuckers says: Oct 6, 2009 8:58 AM

    8.5 sacks? Never heard of such a beating. Rodgers is so good. Favre behind Green Bay’s line? Laughable. Minnesota outplayed us as expected at home. I will say without Favre Green Bay probably wins the game last night. He was awesome. He is still a assclown but he played well so congrats on the one win. If someone would have told me Peterson would go 25 for 55 Id say we would have pulled off the upset. We get them again. On to Detroit.

  49. Ambrose says: Oct 6, 2009 9:01 AM

    The better team won. When the running game which includes the #1 RB is totally and completed rendered non-existent (and paid us a TD to boot), you must defend against the pass. I think Al Harris is the most over-rated DB in the league. He does a great job (with a twenty point lead.) The season is not over for the Pack. One turnover instead of two and and a completion instead of a dropped pass in the endzone, and they could have been in a position to win….despite the antics of Jared Allen and the invisible O-line. Despite all that…and they were still there at the end…on the road…in a noisy stinkhole. The Packers will be just fine. (I did not expect an MVP night out of Favre…but I still think the season is too long for him to take the Vikings anywhere.)

  50. barking mad says: Oct 6, 2009 9:02 AM

    the best thing about that game is that it is over. i don’t know what is worse, the espn overhype machine or ridiculous viking fans who think 4 wins means anything

  51. kotapug says: Oct 6, 2009 9:14 AM

    Fan_Of_Four -
    “Packer fans are beyond pathetic”
    Really moron? Viking fans and their organization don’t even compare to the Packers and their history.
    It’s nice being a fan of a team you know is going to be there in 2 years and 30 years. LOS ANGELES VIKINGS? Yeah – Vikes are classy and tops.
    Get real idiot.
    Your reasons for losing are pathetic dip s**t. No one ? the history or the support for your team. Its not the vikes fans that dont support them or dont care if they move it is the idiot we have for a gov. G W Bush the 2nd. I like seeing all of the cry babies come out and log on when there team loses it makes you guys look “pathetic”.

  52. Fan_Of_ Four says: Oct 6, 2009 9:16 AM

    The Packers and their great History ?
    Yes, it all happened without Favre Roflmao.
    Like I said, pathetic.
    Maybe the Packer Fans should be wearing the pink clothes, it suits them well.

  53. Vikes Fan in CT says: Oct 6, 2009 9:24 AM

    “As stellar as their D-line looked last night, when Rodgers had time he was picking apart their secondary. ”
    Any decent QB in the NFL wil pick apart a zone D given time and Rodgers is much more than a decent QB. That’s why you have to have a pass rush. It’s part the pass D.
    That’s like saying, “If AP didn’t have defenders filling the holes, he’d run All Day” Really?!?

  54. Wonderlic---myballs says: Oct 6, 2009 9:24 AM

    @Sando- Very well said,the Vikes did play “safe” ball” at the end and Woodsen play didn’t matter.
    @ Turdra struck- Wow! Viking fans are assclowns! Did you come up with that at quiet time after the teacher handed out the chocolate milk?? Bragging about AD getting 2.2 a carry against your shitty D. AD WAS your Capers game plan. Bring everyone and make Favre win it in the air…and that he did. Must say though..do you guys even have a pass rush?? We got a rookie T and a new center and Favre could have played without pads for you could not touch him. Great job by our O line. Favre should be buying them some grub.

  55. LBPACKFAN says: Oct 6, 2009 9:26 AM

    Vikes dont even sell out a playoff game…Packers sell out a meaningless Lions-Packer game week 17.
    Again, props to Vikes on their win last night. They dominated on defense and Pharv played great.

  56. simon says: Oct 6, 2009 9:35 AM

    1. Regardless of the game, MM/TT will never think they did anything wrong last year. But’s why they have no O-line, and a porous defense. Any NFL starter will pick you apart if he has the time Favre had last night. And thinking that you can ‘develop’ an O-line, that’s just nuts. If it takes you 5 years to develop a player, in the meantime, your QB is getting hammered. And that’s whyFavre kept entertaining retirement in GB. Every year the promise was to get a better O-line/defense so so much would not have to be put on him, and every year, it never happened.
    2. The score, while entertaining, was really not that close; the last 5 minutes (where GB scored 10 points) was prevent defense. Great to pad stats, but designed to just slow it down and wait it out.
    3. Stats on punts show the real truth; GB’s punter had a average net of 31 yards, while Minn’s had 5 punts with no return yards. That’s Minn. winning field position.
    4. Did anyone hear the exchange between Jaws and Gruden where they were discussing how it was like the GB staff seems to be coaching their QB to ‘not do the things Favre did’? Like, hold on the ball longer than you should, or not win any playoff games or come-from-behind victories, or a Super Bowl? Isn’t that a lot like someone saying, hey that Michael Jordan is ok, but look at all the things he does wrong when he played… And that’s why MM/TT will not success in GB.
    5. Can there be any player more frustrated than Kampfman? That guy, a pro-bowl pass rusher, was covering pass routes 20 yards downfield. He looks like a fish out of water.

  57. DCViking says: Oct 6, 2009 9:48 AM

    Do any of the dolts who are complaining about the CW pass interference call (yes, it was highly suspect) realize that the Packers were offsides anyway.
    The interception wouldn’t have stood if CW had mentally willed the ball to himself and not been anywhere near the receiver. The Pack D-Line was offsides….

  58. tufar says: Oct 6, 2009 9:49 AM

    Memo to the Packer fans who NOW complain about the media “love” that Favre now gets as a Viking, try to remember back when he was a Packer…it was the same thing….THINK MADDEN as an example. If you stack against the run, Favre will pick you apart. I’m a Vikes fan, and I was shocked to see the lack of pressure put on by the Pack. Kampman, arguably one of the best QB rushers in recent years, spent a lot of his night looking for someone to pass cover. He looked lost. What a waste of talent that is! Rodgers continues as a good fantasy guy but doesn’t win enough against good teams.

  59. 1mge says: Oct 6, 2009 9:54 AM

    Fan of Four, will you be moving in 2011 to see the L.A. Vikings play there home games??
    Ask yourself this: why are MN Def linemen allowed to do steroids & not get suspended?? You should be very proud, great example for the youth football organizations.
    Sure hope the owners buy up all those empty seats “again” before the blackout time passes!
    How bout those L.A. Vikings….hola, como se dece Vikings muchachos?

  60. gooboy6 says: Oct 6, 2009 9:57 AM

    Wonder how “OMAR” felt as he watched Jared Allen tearing it up last night. ( OMAR is Carl Peterson, former GM of Chiefs who made the brilliant decision to trade the best pass rusher in football ) What does OMAR stand for ? Old man at risk

  61. trikee says: Oct 6, 2009 10:00 AM

    Non-Revenge Tour?
    Florio, you’ve had a serious hard on for Favre for years, I’ve come to the conclusion you are a hater and a fag.
    Wow.
    Florio is on the Hate Farve Fag Tour…..

  62. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Oct 6, 2009 10:10 AM

    Bill Cowher’s Chin says:
    October 6, 2009 8:41 AM
    Great game by Allen, but can someone let him know, that his sack “dance” is by far THE……GAYEST….THING……..EVER!!!!!!!!!!
    ————————–
    I beg to differ. Jared Allen’s jack-in-the-box dance is very gay, in fact exceedingly gay but not quite as gay as this:
    http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~g-b-dix/ani_gifs/dancing-spiderman.gif

  63. normnailz says: Oct 6, 2009 10:14 AM

    1mge, YOUR TEAM LOST LAST NIGHT, MUCHACHO!

  64. normnailz says: Oct 6, 2009 10:18 AM

    1mge, also, before you comment, make sure you are at least 1% educated on a topic (your roids comment) before you spout off about it.

  65. zygi milf says: Oct 6, 2009 10:23 AM

    Calistin says:
    October 6, 2009 8:09 AM
    Kinda hard to win when you gotta play the Vikings and the refs.
    Anyone who think CW actually should have been called for PI is a moron. Took a int away from the Pack in the endzone and gave the Vikings a TD, Pack loses by 7, hmmm, hope they get a better officiating crew for Lambeau so the Vikings actually get called for their bullshit pulling down defenders by the facemask.
    Shit was fixed so the media and NFL can make their millions hyping BF, even the announcers could see all the blown calls.
    *******
    The Vikings have been playing against the referees for 49 years. Ever see a certain highlight from the 1975 Dallas at Minnesota playoff game when Drew Pearson pushed off Nate Wright right in front of an official, caught the pass and scored the winning TD and no call was made? (and the ensuing liquor bottle toss at the head of said official Armen Terzian’s head?)
    Yes – the game was fixed. **rolls eyes** and while you’re at it, I suppose:
    The US Governement blew up the World Trade Center. The Apollo moon landing was a hoax. The US Government allowed Pearl Harbor to happen. The Holocaust never happened.
    The Packers lost because they have no O-line and their defense put no pressure on Favre. Pure and simple, stupid.

  66. Fan_Of_ Four says: Oct 6, 2009 10:26 AM

    I wonder how all these Favre hating Packer Fans are going to feel when he’s inducted into the Packer Hall of Fame ?
    As long as Green Bay has Ted Thompson you will always be losers.

  67. zygi milf says: Oct 6, 2009 10:28 AM

    1mge says:
    October 6, 2009 9:54 AM
    Fan of Four, will you be moving in 2011 to see the L.A. Vikings play there home games??
    **********
    If it does happen, it won’t be until 2012. Lease goes through 2011, stupid. Even morons like yourself who somehow manage to type and submit a comment can at least get semi-accurate information doing a “google-search.”

  68. BigEasy says: Oct 6, 2009 10:33 AM

    This just broke on ESPN and I’m surprised Florio hasn’t caught wind of it: “Lord Favre will retire before the Vikes and Packers play at Lambeau and he will Ref the game….becoming the 1st former NFL player to ref a game he used to start at QB for and somehow he will break a record….they will do a pre-game spot….talk about his wife in the suite….and it will be the first time a ref will get press since the infamous coin toss debacle!!!!”
    Who Dat…..Long Live Plantar Facitis!!!!!!

  69. wkheathjr says: Oct 6, 2009 10:36 AM

    LBPackfan,
    I believe the Vikings are interested in new stadium because the currently one lack the luxury/club box that is needed to attract high-priced customers willing to pay more for luxury things, and really more important is to bring back the open stadium exposing weather giving them advantage over their opponents like Packers have over their opponents during the Dec/Jan games. That kind of advantage is sorely missed by the Vikings that helped them in early 80′s. Actually i’d like to see them back to non-dome stadium because I enjoy weathered condition football game rather than dome.

  70. effs420 says: Oct 6, 2009 10:43 AM

    # Calistin says: October 6, 2009 8:09 AM
    Kinda hard to win when you gotta play the Vikings and the refs.
    Anyone who think CW actually should have been called for PI is a moron. Took a int away from the Pack in the endzone and gave the Vikings a TD, Pack loses by 7, hmmm, hope they get a better officiating crew for Lambeau so the Vikings actually get called for their bullshit pulling down defenders by the facemask.
    Shit was fixed so the media and NFL can make their millions hyping BF, even the announcers could see all the blown calls.
    ————————————————-
    he shouldn’t have been called for PI, but there was also another penalty on the play. the packers were offsides moron, hence a free play for the vikes…so that interception was null and void either way. if it’ll make you feel better, just consider it karma for all the muggings carried out by the packers DBs in the past
    what game were you watching? and do you know anything about how penalties work? by bitching about that situation you show how smart you really are
    and you did see your swiss cheese O-line tackling our defenders too? i sure did
    yeah it was totally fixed…keep telling yourself that you delusional jackass…maybe your tears will dry faster that way
    now with that out of the way…
    much respect to aaron rodgers…he has taken a beating over these first four games and plays like a man…tom brady would be weeping like a schoolgirl and begging for flags in aaron’s situation
    it’s tough to do anything with that kind of pressure but #12 still looks impressive when he’s not getting sacked
    it was only one game, albeit an important one…can’t wait for the sequel…

  71. JimmySmith says: Oct 6, 2009 10:44 AM

    The one thing you will never hear from me is an excuse, or that that matter, complaining about the refs. The ref thing tends to work out evenly over the course of a season so some days you are the dog, other days the fire hydrant.
    The Vikings could go 16-0 and they will find a way to choke come playoff time. Just go back one year when the Jets were riding high to see the Vikings future. You have to give credit to Favre, this was to be his career highlight, he would have traded in his soul to the devil for this one win (and in many ways, he already has)
    So Biqueen fans, enjoy your 15 minutes of fame but if Walgreen’s puts the KY Jelly on sale next week, stock up because your future is right around the corner and you should be prepared.

  72. purpleguy says: Oct 6, 2009 10:50 AM

    Despite the cheesers protests to the contrary, I don’t see Vike fan posts putting the team in the Super Bowl — just comments on the game and the stupid lame excuses for the Pack loss. Like Allen and Klink said, the NFL doesn’t hand out any trophies for the first quarter of the season.
    The Pack may win the Lambeau game, but the difference is the Vikes have already held serve and now have a little breathing room. The better team, the better QB and the better defense on Monday night won — that’s all.

  73. Chickenfoot says: Oct 6, 2009 10:55 AM

    Keep preddicting the trainwreck Jimmy the asshat.
    After last night, that’s all you have. To hope that happens.
    I’m actually amazed you showed your face today.

  74. zygi milf says: Oct 6, 2009 10:57 AM

    JimmySmith says:
    October 6, 2009 10:44 AM
    “The one thing you will never hear from me is an excuse, or that that matter, complaining about the refs. The ref thing tends to work out evenly over the course of a season so some days you are the dog, other days the fire hydrant.”
    ****
    WOW – an intelligent statement from the fingers of JimmySmith.
    ****************************
    “So Biqueen fans, enjoy your 15 minutes of fame but if Walgreen’s puts the KY Jelly on sale next week, stock up because your future is right around the corner and you should be prepared.”
    ****
    As opposed to the cases of AstroGlide that Packer fans have had to use since Ted Thompson was hired as GM?

  75. LBPACKFAN says: Oct 6, 2009 10:57 AM

    Fan_Of_Four -
    Once again, your team struggles to sell tickets for home playoff games. That is sad.
    Please continue with your “Packers are losers” posts. They are entertaining!!!

  76. Karen Rodgers Mom says: Oct 6, 2009 11:02 AM

    Breaking News !!!!
    Mississippi River rose five inches over night. Scientists say the rise in the water is from all the Packer Fan Tears.

  77. Vikingsnut says: Oct 6, 2009 11:04 AM

    Tundrastruck (Tundrasucks)
    This is all funny stuff coming from a bunch of Packer fans who just lost. “A patchwork line” is your excuss!
    Well you better tell your stubborn coach that excuse!! The idiot went for it on 4th and goal instead of taking the easy 3 points, even after the Vikes stuffed them every down!!!

  78. footballrulz says: Oct 6, 2009 11:09 AM

    Congrats to the Vikes & the Vikes fans. You outmanned us, out gunned us, out executed us & flat out played us. Barring an injury Favre will take you deep this year.
    I haven’t even read the posts here yet. Had to get this out of the way.
    Farve had the whole Packer organization scared last night. Most conservative defensive scheme we’ve played all year & you don’t play conservative defense against Favre. He will burn you. I believe that Packer’s drank that Kool-aid about stopping AP and stop the Vikes. Bullshit. They’ve had 16 years of Favre to know better than that. Your O-line has not proven to be much better than ours and I think we touched him what, once. Hell TJ could have won that game last night with all the time Favre had. Favre has lost nothing. Hell of a football player.
    TT is a freakin moron and as long as he is at the helm I belive the Packers dwell in mediocrity hell. Beginning to lose confidence in MM also. I think he called a good game last night but got very little execution. The O-line coach at GB has got to go. They have been consistently bad for too long.
    Hopefully we’ll have a chance at a little redemption at Lambeau but not unless there are some drastic changes. We would not have beaten Chicago or Detroit last night based on their game on Sunday. Packers coaches, staff & players need to get their upper end out of their lower end or they will be cellar dwellers come seasons end.
    Rodgers is one of the few bright spots on this team at the moment, there are a few others. I just hope Aaron makes it through the season.
    Harris got abused last night, seems like he always does in big games.
    Again, Congrats!!!!

  79. Satanic Hell Creature says: Oct 6, 2009 11:12 AM

    quote:
    Bill Cowher’s Chin says:
    October 6, 2009 8:41 AM
    Great game by Allen, but can someone let him know, that his sack “dance” is by far THE……GAYEST….THING……..EVER!!!!!!!!!!
    Kinda funny, you name yourself after another man’s body part, and you can think anything else is gayer than that

  80. Wonderlic---myballs says: Oct 6, 2009 11:15 AM

    @JimmySmith- Last years Jets is not this years Vikings shit for brains. He got hurt last year and fixed the arm…it’s a damn laser gun. If anything he prayed to get on a REAL team!
    Yep chud,just went down and got a case of the KY on sale. Gonna send it to Favre. Want to make it easy on the old boy when he sticks it up you guys at Lamblow.

  81. danlinker says: Oct 6, 2009 11:20 AM

    Favre flat out torched the packers. All the way. Loved it. What a laugh. Al Harris got punked big time. Really enjoyed the look on McCarthy’s face as well as the desperation of the face of Rodgers. Beautiful man.
    I especially liked how the packers thought by taking AP out of the mix, that they could expose Favre. They did, and Favre and the Vikings thank them.
    Hilarious. Eat that one Favre haters.

  82. Vikingsnut says: Oct 6, 2009 11:24 AM

    JimmySmith says
    So Biqueen fans, enjoy your 15 minutes of fame but if Walgreen’s puts the KY Jelly on sale next week, stock up because your future is right around the corner and you should be prepared.
    So Jimmy you are propositioning people? Taking the name “Packer” kinda literal aren’t you? I would say your in the wrong blog!

  83. effs420 says: Oct 6, 2009 11:25 AM

    Bill Cowher’s Chin says:
    October 6, 2009 8:41 AM
    Great game by Allen, but can someone let him know, that his sack “dance” is by far THE……GAYEST….THING……..EVER!!!!!!!!!!
    ———————————————–
    nah…i would nominate shawne merriman’s lights out dance for that particular honor

  84. Karen Rodgers Mom says: Oct 6, 2009 11:45 AM

    Interesting enough, over at the Green Bay Pressregret the Fire Thompson threads have begun to appear. It seems the drubbing my boy took has started a schism of sorts.
    How did a forty year old washed up QB beat a Team that was supposed to go to the big dance based on their pre-season play ?
    Dom Capers was suppose to be the answer on Defense but the only time the Packers Defense got to touch a QB was after the game when they shook hands.
    I specially enjoyed ESPN breaking away to show the Purple Jersey wearing Fans celebrating Brett’s TD’s at Brett Favre’s Steakhouse on a street named “Brett Favre Pass” downtown Green Bay. That was just good TV.

  85. Supersuckers says: Oct 6, 2009 11:49 AM

    I didn’t see Harris’ get abused. I saw him not get the help he was expecting on the TD to Berrian. Footballrulz…please explain.

  86. Twiz says: Oct 6, 2009 11:51 AM

    @footballrulz
    got to give you props for your post. Unlike most other GB fans that have been finding every lil excuse they can find.
    In the end, a win is a win no matter how it is obtained. No matter if a blown call for or against. Those happen in virtually every game.
    Rodgers “could” be a decent QB but the GB line has GOT to start protecting him. If the pattern holds, he will be sacked 60 more times this year alone. Not good for ANY QB!
    The whole revenge angle was played up mostly by the media, and no matter how much Favre tried to deny it, it HAD to be on his mind and part of his mindset for the night.
    I hope the Vikes can get themselves just as psyched up for the next meeting!

  87. sand0 says: Oct 6, 2009 12:10 PM

    Another news flash for Packers fans in denial. They weren’t that close at the end. They never possessed the ball in the 4th quarter with a chance to tie or take the lead.
    Onside kick chance is league average 20% when the opposing team expects it. If they get the onside, they maybe have 30-40% chance of scoring a TD before time expires. If they do that, then they have a 50% chance I suppose of winning in overtime.
    Add that all up and basically the Packers had a 3-4% chance of winning the game at the end in that situation. And that was after they were fortunate to put up 10 against the Vikings conservative offense and defensive schemes at the end.
    Any time you are down 16 in the 4th quarter against a good D you really aren’t that “close”. They were able to surge back to having a less than 5% chance of winning. Impressive.

  88. DocBG says: Oct 6, 2009 12:12 PM

    JimmySmith says
    So Biqueen fans, enjoy your 15 minutes of fame but if Walgreen’s puts the KY Jelly on sale next week, stock up because your future is right around the corner and you should be prepared.
    ——————————————————
    What 15 minutes of fame are you talking about? I don’t think the fans are well known due to something a great team (i.e. the vikings) did against a JV team (i.e. the fudgepackers). Jimmy, shouldn’t you be talking smack about the lions now? they are your greatest competition for 3rd place in the division right now. It will be hillarious when they beat the snot out of you, perhaps you can whine about that too?

  89. AD4MVP says: Oct 6, 2009 12:18 PM

    LBPACKFAN
    You sell out a meaningless week 17 against the lions. That may be so, but all the season ticket holders were selling their tixs for 1/2 price the whole second half of the season. They didn’t want to go to those games and see that crap product TT has put together.
    I am guessing the vikes would be able to sell out the whole stadium if all we had in the city was NFL. We have NHL,NBA,MLB….hell even WNBA
    Oh by the way thanks for the broken record…. packers have such a better history, such better fans, vikes cant sell tickets, they are moving to LA. Never heard those ones before loser!
    Just man up and admit we have a better team and beat some ass last night. I don’t want to hear about super bowls 1 & 2 because I dont care!

  90. footballrulz says: Oct 6, 2009 12:25 PM

    Supersuckers–On the first drive alone he got beat for a catch that got them down to like the 10-15 yard line. His man was 5 yards behind him. Maybe he was supposed to let him by, I don;t know. On the first TD when Favre looks right for like 3 minutes and then finally turns around and fires left are those not Harris’ dreadlocks flying in the wind? I’m sure he probably did not get help he was expecting a few times but I don;t think he’s played up to his talent level all year. Maybe I’m being too harsh. I’m not in a very good mood right now (which is really kinda ridculous–it is only a game) and maybe I’m remembering too much of Plaxico having his way with him in that NFC Champ game against the Giants.

  91. Supersuckers says: Oct 6, 2009 12:42 PM

    Rulz,
    First TD was Barnett. Why do you think he hasnt played to his talent level? Best corners in the league are the ones you dont hear about because they are doing their job and covering there wideouts which in turn means the ball is thrown their way less.

  92. footballrulz says: Oct 6, 2009 12:50 PM

    Well Twiz-Obviously I’m hoping for al ittle different outcome at Lambeau but if they don’t improve some things that have been apparant all season long (O-line is the big glaring problem) I have my doubts.

  93. LBPACKFAN says: Oct 6, 2009 12:57 PM

    AD4MVP –
    You wanna chat about Super Bowl win 3 then for Green Bay??
    Props to the Vikes…you outplayed the Pack and killed our O-Line. Congrats. I never once tried to make an excuse for last night.

  94. packers4life says: Oct 6, 2009 1:46 PM

    I know we got torched by Favre but how come no one is giving us credit for stopping Adrian Peterson? We should at least get some credit mainly because he was averaged 119.9 yards per game.

  95. Wonderlic---myballs says: Oct 6, 2009 2:17 PM

    @packers4life – You did a great job of shutting down AD. Thus the reason Favre scorched you. Favre gives us that dimension we were missing. Now the d must be more balanced in attacking the Vikes. Stack the box and stop AD then Brett will bomb away; go light up front and AD will run all day. So cliche’ but Favre was the missing piece to the off. puzzle for us.

  96. Chickenfoot says: Oct 6, 2009 3:21 PM

    Wow!
    Like I said before the game……….
    Packer fans and thier excuses:
    The refs screwed us
    We beat ourselves
    The Vikings got lucky
    A car was coming
    Rodgers was on gool, it didn’t count.
    Pathetic.
    I’ve seen 2 fans give the Vikings credit
    Footballrulz and Beercheesesoup, my hat is off to you.
    You other crybabies, you have the bye week to lick your wounds.

  97. rudedog36 says: Oct 6, 2009 4:11 PM

    Just curious, but couldnt you see jared allen in a geico commercial? “Sacks – so easy a cave man can do it.”

  98. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Oct 7, 2009 10:13 AM

    Chickenfoot says:
    October 6, 2009 3:21 PM
    Wow!
    Like I said before the game……….
    Packer fans and thier excuses:
    The refs screwed us
    We beat ourselves
    The Vikings got lucky
    A car was coming
    Rodgers was on gool, it didn’t count.
    Pathetic.
    I’ve seen 2 fans give the Vikings credit
    Footballrulz and Beercheesesoup, my hat is off to you.
    You other crybabies, you have the bye week to lick your wounds.
    ————————-
    Once again your idiocy and short-sightedness are unsurpassed on this site.. And that’s saying something.
    I gave the Vikings credit for the win in the “Pack-Vikes living up to the hype” thread. And I made no excuses. There were no excuses. Officiating was bad, but made absolutely no difference in the outcome, so there’s no point bringing it up. I think the only people who brought it up didn’t realize there were two penalties on that PI/endzone play or were grabbing at straws.
    And who’s licking wounds? If the almighty Vikings couldn’t beat the same team the lowly Bengals beat, how good could they possibly be? I mean, Jared Allen didn’t even get as many sacks as Antwan Odom. And Odom was playing against better players!
    Hell, they made Peterson looked like a Pop Warner running back next to Cedric Benson’s performance.
    Hahaha. Licking wounds. That loss was expected. The Bengals loss was one to lick wounds over.

  99. Tall Midget says: Oct 7, 2009 10:36 AM

    This comment goes to ESPN and Packer fans. Read carefully. On the questionable pass interference penalty that took away the Packer pick in the end zone, THERE WAS ALSO AN OFFSIDES PENALTY, THE PLAY WOULD HAVE BEEN REVERSED ANYWAY. So enough already. Thank you.

  100. Chickenfoot says: Oct 7, 2009 11:30 AM

    Adam Whinerson:
    Why is it that you think you have to answer every post with a rebuttal?
    Jesus! I get sick of seeing your name up there you whiny douchebag.
    The team as a whole had EIGHT sacks, Odom got 5 on his own. As you Packer fans are so fond of saying, it’s a TEAM game.
    Better players?! Really?!
    That o-line is swiss cheese, no matter who is in there.
    They game planned to stop Peterson.
    “Conventional thinking” is, you stop All Day, you stop the Vikes…….guess not!
    Now this team is so desperate, they are bringing in an injuerd Tauscher? Who the Cheifs didn’t want?
    Yeah this WIN was expected, the Packers haven’t fixed ANYTHING from last year.
    I’ll give you props if you actually gave the Vikes credit. I’m sure it was some back handed compliment though.
    I don’t know, we have to sift through so much of your inane bullshit, it’s hard to believe you’d actually give any credit.
    I bet “you’ll get us in Lambeau though”.
    Sarcasm definitely intended.

  101. Supersuckers says: Oct 7, 2009 1:43 PM

    The game ended two days ago. Its one loss. Not a big deal. The one win is important to minnesota fans I guess. I mean even their players don’t want to talk about the packer game anymore. They have St Louis to play Sunday. movin on…

  102. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Oct 7, 2009 1:48 PM

    Chickenfoot says:
    October 7, 2009 11:30 AM
    Adam Whinerson:
    Why is it that you think you have to answer every post with a rebuttal?
    —————————
    Which part of that is any different than what you do? Oh yeah, I usually put some thought into my responses.
    —————————
    Chickenfoot says:
    October 7, 2009 11:30 AM
    Better players?! Really?!
    That o-line is swiss cheese, no matter who is in there.
    —————————
    Please. Last year the Packers (with Clifton and Tauscher) gave up 34 sacks. Doesn’t sound very good. Then you look and see that Frerotte and Jackson were sacked a combined 43 times last season.
    So yeah, I think when Clifton is healthy he’s better than Colledge (playing out of position) or TJ Lang (a developmental project). Odom DID put up more sacks against better players.
    —————————
    Chickenfoot says:
    October 7, 2009 11:30 AM
    The team as a whole had EIGHT sacks, Odom got 5 on his own. As you Packer fans are so fond of saying, it’s a TEAM game.
    —————————-
    You’re dumber than dumb. Have I told you that today? I hope so.
    Yes, it’s a team game. But does Madieu Williams line up opposite TJ Lang? No. Should I blame Percy Harvin for not getting more sacks in the game? No. Don’t be stupid. I know it comes naturally but try to overcome it, OK?
    It’s a team game when it comes to TEAM STATISTICS, like wins and losses. It’s not a team game when it comes to punting or Adrian Peterson’s anemic rushing average or overgrown fumble totals. You don’t blame Bernard Berrian for a Peterson fumble, do you?
    ————————-
    Chickenfoot says:
    October 7, 2009 11:30 AM
    I bet “you’ll get us in Lambeau though”.
    Sarcasm definitely intended.
    ————————-
    Kindly remove your words from my mouth and I’ll remove my dick from your mom’s mouth.
    I said no such thing about the game in Lambeau. If they’re unable to address the deficiencies on the O-line and refuse to blitz again next time around, I’ll be expecting another “L” on November 1st.
    And I’ll be expecting more of your idiotic analysis as well. I know you won’t disappoint in that department.

  103. Chickenfoot says: Oct 7, 2009 1:52 PM

    Movin on……lol
    It’s important to me because of all the garbage being slung around PRIOR to the game by Packer fans.
    Jerkoffs like Bob Nelson, who hasn’t shown his face on this site since Monday.
    Adam Shitterson, who thinks he’s the moral compass of this site.
    And the grab bag of other “fans” of the packers.
    Of course it’s a big deal. It’s a rivalry.
    Movin on…….because your team lost?

  104. PurpleRaid12 says: Oct 7, 2009 3:33 PM

    Adam, Are you serious……??
    “you didn’t give me credit for not making excuses”
    How F-ing old are you?
    Translation: “Oh Ok You didn’t tell everyone I said the Vikings beat us, I’m not inviting you to my birthday party”
    gimme a break, you know your dick is in YOUR moms mouth…

  105. Supersuckers says: Oct 7, 2009 4:01 PM

    LOLOLOLOL!! This could get good folks!

  106. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Oct 7, 2009 5:47 PM

    PurpleRaid12 says:
    October 7, 2009 3:33 PM
    Adam, Are you serious……??
    “you didn’t give me credit for not making excuses”
    How F-ing old are you?
    Translation: “Oh Ok You didn’t tell everyone I said the Vikings beat us, I’m not inviting you to my birthday party”
    gimme a break, you know your dick is in YOUR moms mouth…
    ————————-
    No, I don’t need to be mentioned by name. But it’s the same old shit from chickendick. Make outlandish BS statements and attribute them to all Packers fans. Oh, and then abandon a thread when you don’t have a leg to stand on.

  107. Chickenfoot says: Oct 7, 2009 6:55 PM

    Shitterson: Boy aren’twe full of BS today?
    You are a freaking idiot. i mentioned 2 packer fans that were realisitic about the game.
    If youdon’y like the blanket statements( which are true) go manually pleasure yourself.
    Lat year is last year. You can’t have it both ways. 1 lineman is not going to cure that 0-line.
    No, we won’t count the safety that Allen caused, or the fumble. God you are a miserable littls shitstain aren’t you. God forbid there were guys in on 3 of Allen’s sacks, Christ it was like a lodge meeting back there. You go ahead and think it means something because Odom got .5 more sack. Whatever it tkaes to get you to sleep.
    Funny, you know there is a bar there called that?
    You must be a regular huh?
    Really tho, that’s pretty lame, even for you.
    I ripped you for the momma comment, because it’s old and played out. It’s also a sign of someone losing an argument. It’s pathetic . But, look who I’m typing too……
    I don’t disappear from threads, I move on when I know I’ve bested someone…kinda like now.

  108. Supersuckers says: Oct 7, 2009 11:22 PM

    No! Dont Stop!

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