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Packers-Vikings one-liners

The Packers allowed eight sacks in the 30-23 loss and have now allowed 20 sacks through four games.

CB Charles Woodson wondered if the Packers’ secondary would have struggled as much as it did if they still had S Anthony Smith on the roster.

The lack of a sustained pass rush has some wondering when Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers will turn up the heat.

Rookie Packers LB Clay Matthews stripped the ball from Vikings RB Adrian Peterson and scampered 42 yards for his first NFL touchdown.

Packers TE Jermichael Finley quieted some critics with an impressive 62-yard catch-and-run for a touchdown in the first quarter.

Said Vikings DE Jared Allen of the focus on QB Brett Favre despite his 4.5 sacks, “He can take it.  I will
just be the guy creeping around in the back.  If it gets me five sacks a
week, I will shut up and not say a word.”

Allen drew the ire of Packers assistant coach James Campen and T T.J. Lang at different points during the Vikings victory.

Vikings wide receivers Bernard Berrian and Sidney Rice combined for 11 catches, 145 yards and two touchdowns.

Vikings coach Brad Childress said that RB Adrian Peterson “tweaked his leg” on Matthews’s strip.

Said Vikings QB Brett Favre, “The only thing I can say is, I was about as nervous as I’ve ever been before a game, going into this one.”
 

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  1. bigbuck says: Oct 6, 2009 10:06 AM

    I sure would like to see what Aaron Rodgers did. I’m pretty sure he almost threw for 400 yards.

  2. purpleguy says: Oct 6, 2009 10:32 AM

    Sure Rodgers looked good, but let’s not get carried away. He threw a pick, held the ball way too long on at least 3 of the sacks, and got a ton of yards in garbage time at the end of the first half and the fourth quarter when the Vikes were in prevent mode and giving them the middle of the field.
    Not that it will ever matter this year anyhow with that O-line. It wasn’t just College and Lang who played poorly, the pocket was collapsing because all the linemen were getting pushed back and/or beaten.

  3. zygi milf says: Oct 6, 2009 10:34 AM

    bigbuck says:
    October 6, 2009 10:06 AM
    I sure would like to see what Aaron Rodgers did. I’m pretty sure he almost threw for 400 yards.
    ******
    No newspaper handy?
    Or – there is this new thing called the “Internet” – and you can do all sorts of research on it. Several “websites” have pages dedicated to sports and I’m pretty sure you can find a box score on at least one of them.

  4. Balr14 says: Oct 6, 2009 10:47 AM

    This so reminds me of the Packers of the 80s… a good quarterback who gets the crap beat out of him (Lynn Dickey), a few good receivers (Lofton, Coffman , etc.) and nothing else. I’m sure Dickey was forced to retire years before his time, because of the pounding he took.
    You aren’t going to build a good team by blowing first and second round draft choices every year. I hope the Thompson/McCarthy duo don’t last too much longer.

  5. SpartaChris says: Oct 6, 2009 10:54 AM

    Let me start this by saying we deserved the loss last night. You don’t give up 8 sacks and let the other team throw all over you and still expect to win. And the verbal copulation by the MNF crew was utterly ridiculous.
    That said, the bright side- Despite our revolving door for an o-line, and despite getting jobbed by the refs, our team remained quite competitive throughout the entire contest. Had Rodgers had some better protection, I’m willing to bet we win that game. Plus, I dunno what happened to our pass protection, but we did a great job stopping AP, holding him to the fewest yards to date. And man, what a monster play by Clay Matthews!
    Add to that the dropped TD pass by Donald Lee. If he holds on to that friggin ball, this game goes to overtime. So even with a porous offensive line and some very weak pass protection, we still had a shot to beat one of the better teams in the league. I think it’s quite promising. Here’s looking to splitting the season and taking control over the division.

  6. longrodvanhungendong says: Oct 6, 2009 11:14 AM

    With all the Favre drama and fixing the D, the team forgot that the tackles that made the O go for almost 10 years are gone/out of gas. Rodgers has replaced Favre just fine but looks like Tauscher and Clifton is a much bigger lose.

  7. Sterling says: Oct 6, 2009 11:34 AM

    SpartaChris, I disagree that the Packers were competitive (and I am a Packer fan). Without that defensive TD, the score would have been 30-7 with 7 minutes left in the game. What allowed the Packers to score 9 points in those last 7 minutes was that idiot Chilly going into prevent D and laying off the Packers WRs to the tune of a 10-yard cushion on every play. Which you cannot do with Greg Jennings and Donald Driver; they will beat you every time. Never mind Finley, who had a great game last night. So a lot of Rodgers’ stats came in those final 7 minutes, with some help from poor defense on the part of the Vikings. Don’t forget, too, that Rodgers coughed up a fumble and threw a pick to end two key drives (which people would be screaming about if it were Favre, but for some reason no one complains when Rodgers does it). Favre was clearly the better QB last night. Maybe he didn’t have as many yards, but he totally carried his team, and made the plays when it counted. Jared Allen doesn’t score TDs, after all.
    The other thing that allowed the Packers to score at the end was, again, that idiot Chilly, who apparently was married to the “Peterson up the middle” page of his playbook. The Packers’ D line did a great job of containing Peterson all night, so why Chilly kept trying to do something that hadn’t worked all night rather than just try to keep moving the chains (a very effective way of running out the clock) is beyond me, other than that he is not a very good coach (no surprise there).
    Stop crabbing about the refs. That’s an excuse for whiners, because generally the calls go both ways in terms of good and bad. After all, there was also the Greg Jennings “catch” that was shown on replay to not be a catch. Chilly got his fingers hung in his pocket or he’d have had the challenge flag out on that one.
    I heard Don Banks on the radio this morning, the long-time NFL writer for SI. He called it an a**-kicking. And that’s pretty much what it was. You can blame it on injuries if you want, but McCarthy’s zone blocking scheme has been more or less a disaster from the start. And Thompson, in his fifth year as GM, had better hope things turn around, because so far he has only one winning season as GM, and that was the last year #4 was with us.

  8. Wonderlic---myballs says: Oct 6, 2009 11:50 AM

    @ Sterling- I nominate you “Leader of the Pack” The other fans could learn something from you,great take.

  9. Bigbluefan says: Oct 6, 2009 11:56 AM

    Hey Green Bay I wanted to see you win last night but you can not win when you do not protect your QB get an O line damit
    Do not let them beat you in your house

  10. Supersuckers says: Oct 6, 2009 11:59 AM

    Sterling,
    Dumd statements all across the board. If ifs and butts were candy and nuts…. Ill add some more that might have made the game completely different. Fumble in Minn territory first drive took away points. Woodson clean pick of Favre that was ruled pass interference (no one was offside either) 2 drops that would have resulted in drive sustaining 1st downs. Barnett taking a bad angle on favre’s first TD pass (shocking) Correct angle and its 6 the other way. Finley dropped pass in end zone.
    None of what I just typed matters because it didnt occur. but very well could have which would have changed the outcome. The only dominance I saw was their pass rush. other then that these are two equall teams. We get the o line shored up (Clifton) and everything will be just fine.
    Prevent defense??? No one uses that term anymore except site warriors. They went with a deeper shell but who wouldnt agaainst GB’s big play ability. Worse thing that could happen was quick points. And they did get a quick one anyway at the end.
    Jennings catch was a catch. i dont know what you were looking at. Fluke play anyway.
    Zone blocking??? You don’t even know what it is. Its a proven run philosophy that hasn’t panned out perfectly yet in Green Bay. I dont know who to fault there. But when executed is a thing of beauty. Grant is a good style back for that. That’ll get better. Its week four. If there was a trophy presentation I must have missed it.

  11. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Oct 6, 2009 12:04 PM

    purpleguy says:
    October 6, 2009 10:32 AM
    Sure Rodgers looked good, but let’s not get carried away. He threw a pick, held the ball way too long on at least 3 of the sacks, and got a ton of yards in garbage time at the end of the first half and the fourth quarter when the Vikes were in prevent mode and giving them the middle of the field.
    —————————-
    Is it ever garbage time when you’re down by 7 in the first half?
    BTW, Rodgers got 25 yards on that last drive before the half. And 5 yards the drive before that.

  12. footballrulz says: Oct 6, 2009 12:08 PM

    Yes, it was an asskicking. Worst defensive scheme we’ve ran all year. The Vike’s O line has not proven to be much better than ours this season and we touched Favre once. Ridiculous.
    Harris got abused all night which he usually does in big games.
    TT is a freakin frat boy moron and needs to be gone as well as the Packer’s O-line coach. They have been too bad for too long.
    Thought MM called a good game last night, just very little, or very bad execution. Again, that falls on the coaches.
    Favre had the front office, coaches and staff ot the Pack scared last night & the team played like it. Every time they cut to TT I wanted to throw up. He’s taken a very good team & thrown it in the toilet. Somebody needs to step on him before he spreads.
    Congrats to Vikes & Vikes fan. It was a deserved win & you outplayed us in every facet of the game. Agan, that goes on the coaches. Favre has lost nothing and barring any injury should provide you with a very exciting season & possible take you deep into the playoffs. The toughest part of your schedule is yet to come but you have a very good football team. I will say this however. If you do not make the playoffs it will be because of Chilly. Went in to the prevent way to early last night and trying that pass instead of eating up clock—dumb, very dumb. I think that beard is hilarious. I guess Favre doesn’t like smooth skin. Or maybe he just wants to be like Brett.

  13. Supersuckers says: Oct 6, 2009 12:11 PM

    Sterling,
    The first year of a GM’s tenure is generally evaluation. Not much he can do. Thompson’s first year as a GM was also the same year #4 led a 4-12 team. If you are giving 4 credit for 13-3 you had better put the blame on him for 4-12 and 29 picks. What a joke.

  14. SpartaChris says: Oct 6, 2009 12:53 PM

    @Sterling-
    I prefaced my statement with “We deserved to lose.” But I call BS when you say both sides got their share of calls. Go back and watch the game. It’s obvious the Pack got jobbed.
    But that’s not why we lost. As I stated earlier, when you get manhandled and give up 8 sacks, you deserve to lose. And yet, despite it all, we still managed to compete. Last I checked, defensive points counted just as much as offensive ones.

  15. jorge says: Oct 6, 2009 2:42 PM

    I’ll tell it like it is my fellow cheese heads, the Packers loss can be placed (not on the O-Line but) on the front office. Management this off season did nothing to address the O-line.
    Those players on the “nO-Line” god bless them, they went out and played UP to their abilities. Its not their fault (thee “nO-Line”) that they don’t got THE GAME to face those Pro Bowl players that the Queens through at us. After all, what can you really expect from a bunch of players that were drafted in the back end of the draft.
    Again, save your scorn for management for putting this laughing stock of an offensive line together, cause like I said, the Queens went out and brought in the BEEF necessary (on both sides of the ball mind you) to just totally Man-Handle our “nO-Line”.
    All is not lost though, this game really showed us just how awesome A-Rod is!!!
    The future is looking really bright with him as our Q.B. (providing we can keep him out of a coffin.)
    Anyhow, after all is said and done, the defense couldn’t seem to get off the field in critical third down situations.
    anyhow, I’m too depressed to offer too much analysis on them but don’t you guys think that the pass rush was just sooooo damn weak????????????
    I can’t believe Denver’s “D” is more effective than ours at this juncture of the season, what the hell is that???????
    Maybe its time to make a trade? considering we got soooo much depth at linebacker and receiver, it should be easy to do right?

  16. nerd says: Oct 6, 2009 3:25 PM

    The offensive line situation is not on Ted Thompson. He’s just getting the “smaller, quicker” offensive linemen that McCarthy requests.
    That has cost us in every single game this year. They suck for the first 8-10 games every year, then they start to gel, somewhat.
    We also had problems at safety last night. We’ve got two backup safeties that were unemployed two weeks ago. Woodson even called out TT for dumping Anthony Smith. Cutting Smith was an oddity. The suspicion is that he wasn’t “Packer people.”
    We’ll get you in Lambeau, Vikes. Good game.

  17. Chickenfoot says: Oct 6, 2009 3:34 PM

    Shitterson
    140 yards in the 4th quarter down by 16, yes that is garbage time. Against a deep zone.
    Keep spinning it the way you want kids.
    Supersuckers:
    The o- line didn’t give up 30 points.
    4 drives of over 60 yards, that isn’t dominating a defense?
    Harris did what he does best, throws up his hands and looks to blame someone when he gets burned.
    The pass to Berrian was a double move, Favre sold the pump fake beautifully and Harris bit on it.
    Totally outclassed but you Packer fans, just can’t own up to it.
    The O- line was supposed to be fixed in week 2 wasn’t it?
    Just technique, right? Whatever.
    5 sacks per game. Wow.
    Thar defense is predicated on turnovers anf getting to the QB right? 1 to and 0! sacks?
    Super. these aren’t minor fixes. God bless ya for being a die hard fan, but Clifton alone is not saving that o- line.
    Kampman, your best pass rusher dropping into coverage? They have enough LB’s. why not get him back on the line?
    Favre had all day to pass and he picked that defense apart.
    yep scoreboard said 30-23, that doesn’t tell the whole story though.

  18. footballrulz says: Oct 6, 2009 3:59 PM

    Super-Gotta admire the attitude. You bring up some bright points that do make me feel alittle better-really.
    I cannot for the life of me determine why we played such conservative defense. We’ve been getting to QB’s all year & Favre had all night. That’s the one QB we should have been after hard.
    Favre had a career night only because we allowed him to. Way too focused on AP. Yeah we did a good job of shutting him down only to get lit up like Cristmas tree. Expected much more of this defense.
    Oh well, it’s a bye week so maybe something will happen. Not giving up on the season yet but man, there’s gotta be some improvement–Fast.

  19. footballrulz says: Oct 6, 2009 4:00 PM

    Oh, & I agree with Chickenfoot on the Kampman thing. Wasted talent having him in pass coverage.

  20. Supersuckers says: Oct 6, 2009 4:28 PM

    http://www.packers.com
    Dom Capers interview after the game. Ill let him explain exactly what happened on the ball to Berrian. Lower left. Click on his video.
    I found out where those seats are for next Tuesday. I’ll put it this way. I claimed them fast and hard.

  21. TheBaySay says: Oct 6, 2009 4:48 PM

    Chick, the Pack had plenty of long drives too. I guess we dominated Mini’s D, huh? Would have been nice if penalties had been called both ways; Vikes did a LOT of holding that wasn’t called. But, as the profound saying goes, it was what it was. Vikes are off to a great start, congrats, but if you really think they’re looking like a Super Bowl champ right now… well, you’re wrong. Both the Niners and the Packers found things they could exploit, and other teams will learn from that. Brett will lose a lot of energy after Nov. 1 game, too.

  22. MasterShake says: Oct 6, 2009 11:29 PM

    Disclaimer:
    This may not read very well.
    Maybe GB wanted to keep a little on the shelf for this game when it comes to defensive schemes, pressure, etc… and maybe even some on offense. Could there be a possibility that they wanted to prove a bigger point to Favre and company when the play in GB? Crazy……….Yes………..Possible????????

  23. J.Cannon says: Oct 7, 2009 3:39 AM

    No Viking’s will win the Superbowl talk here, no Brett Favre will have the best season of his carer talk, no this the best team in the league talk, no Packers suck talk. Just a simple thank you. Thank you to Ted Thompson, thank you you to Mike McCarthy, thank you to the share holder’s in Greenbay who have no power, as evidence that you were not able to prevent Brett Favre’s trade to the Jet’s. Thank you to Dr. James Andrews. Thank you to a little man best know by a nickname that is synonymous with a hot soup like dish made of meat, spices, and sometime’s bean’s. Thank you to a millionaire from New Jersey who looks like a mad scientits. And most importantly thank you to you, my fellow Minnesota Viking’s fan’s who share in the joy, happiness and glee, that I have this day.

  24. Chickenfoot says: Oct 7, 2009 9:06 AM

    Baysay:
    I have never, ever said they would go to the Super Bowl.
    2 long drives to end the game when the Vikings were playing a soft zone doesn’t equate to domination.
    30-14 with about 8 minutes to go.
    I also don’t want to hear excuses about the game. It’s the same thing every time the Pack loses, a laundry list of how they ” didn’t really” lose.
    Yeah, they found things to exploit huh? Too bad they were outexecuted and didn’t win.
    Mastershake:
    Ummm, really?!?
    So, let’s go down 2 games in the division race, when they are having trouble beating the likes of the Rams? If the orginaization is that stupid, they are in bigger trouble than you think.
    You are right ,it doesn’t read very well, because it makes no sense.
    They are giving up 5 sacks per game, huge chunks of yardage on defense, and having trouble beating teams they “should” handle easily.
    But, yeah let’s not go all out to beat the Vikings, let’ss wait til Lambeau……….Yikes!!

  25. Sterling says: Oct 7, 2009 11:31 AM

    Supersuckers,
    Not sure what you’re criticizing in terms of “ifs” and “buts”, since your post is full of them. The biggest “if” in your post is whether the Packers can rebuild that O-line and make it an asset rather than a liability. Yeah, they’ll be fine if they figure out the O-line — as long as Rodgers, Jennings, Driver, etc., don’t go down.
    As for the zone blocking run scheme … if it’s “proven,” as you say, why isn’t it producing run numbers? I’m not talking about just this year, but last year, too. The Packers are not going to win consistently if they can’t get close to 100 yards on the ground in every game. The zone blocking simply isn’t working. They had virtually no run game last year either – in fact, the one year they had a good running game was when they went 13-3, and that was only in the last half of that season. Grant has never since consistently shown the form he had in that half year. Is it because of his QB? The play-calling? Injuries? You tell me. I think it’s a combination of those things. McCarthy is notoriously pass happy, and TT doesn’t care enough about the run game to get a top back – though Grant is a solid performer, he is not a top RB.
    Yes, Favre was present for the 4-12 season, but that year, like last one, was full of injuries. Javon Walker out for the year, and I believe Ahman Green, too. They were so desperate they pulled Samkon Gado out of medical school to bring him in as RB b/c they literally had no RBs left. The WRs also had tons of injuries. At one point in, I think, late Sept./early October, not a single one of the WRs on the field had been in camp with Favre. So you had a bunch of guys trying to learn the system “on the job.” Favre threw 29 picks b/c he was trying to do everything himself – because he had to. There was no one else there to carry the team. If he’d had a decent run game, he wouldn’t have had to heave bricks every play. By the end of the season they had some guys back from the injury list, and they began to improve. But you can’t lay it all at Favre’s door, especially since he wasn’t around for the 6-10 embarrassment of last year. The injuries on defense don’t excuse the lack of production by the offense when the game was on the line. This is an offense with a lot of weapons, and guys who have been in the system for a long time now, and for whatever reason they are not living up to their potential. You have to lay that at the door of the coach and the GM. And I blame the GM most, b/c he is the guy responsible for bringing in the talent, deciding who to draft, etc.
    Prevent D is a term that indeed is still used – heard Jon Gruden use it, in fact – it is a simple generic term that the majority of people understand, and that’s why I used it. If you have some other specific criticism of my post, then please note it rather than trying to hose everyone down with insults.

  26. Sterling says: Oct 7, 2009 11:39 AM

    Supersuckers,
    Not sure what you’re criticizing in terms of “ifs” and “buts”, since your post is full of them. The biggest “if” in your post is whether the Packers can rebuild that O-line and make it an asset rather than a liability. Yeah, they’ll be fine if they figure out the O-line — as long as Rodgers, Jennings, Driver, etc., don’t go down.
    As for the zone blocking run scheme … if it’s “proven,” as you say, why isn’t it producing run numbers? I’m not talking about just this year, but last year, too. The Packers are not going to win consistently if they can’t get close to 100 yards on the ground in every game. The zone blocking simply isn’t working. They had virtually no run game last year either – in fact, the one year they had a good running game was when they went 13-3, and that was only in the last half of that season. Grant has never since consistently shown the form he had in that half year. Is it because of his QB? The play-calling? Injuries? You tell me. I think it’s a combination of those things. McCarthy is notoriously pass happy, and TT doesn’t care enough about the run game to get a top back – though Grant is a solid performer, he is not a top RB.
    Yes, Favre was present for the 4-12 season, but that year, like last one, was full of injuries. Javon Walker out for the year, and I believe Ahman Green, too. They were so desperate they pulled Samkon Gado out of medical school to bring him in as RB b/c they literally had no RBs left. The WRs also had tons of injuries. At one point in, I think, late Sept./early October, not a single one of the WRs on the field had been in camp with Favre. So you had a bunch of guys trying to learn the system “on the job.” Favre threw 29 picks b/c he was trying to do everything himself – because he had to. There was no one else there to carry the team. If he’d had a decent run game, he wouldn’t have had to heave bricks every play. By the end of the season they had some guys back from the injury list, and they began to improve. But you can’t lay it all at Favre’s door, especially since he wasn’t around for the 6-10 embarrassment of last year. The injuries on defense don’t excuse the lack of production by the offense when the game was on the line. This is an offense with a lot of weapons, and guys who have been in the system for a long time now, and for whatever reason they are not living up to their potential. You have to lay that at the door of the coach and the GM. And I blame the GM most, b/c he is the guy responsible for bringing in the talent, deciding who to draft, etc.
    Prevent D is a term that indeed is still used – heard Jon Gruden use it, in fact – it is a simple generic term that the majority of people understand, and that’s why I used it. If you have some other specific criticism of my post, then please note it rather than trying to hose everyone down with insults.

  27. Supersuckers says: Oct 7, 2009 1:37 PM

    Sterling,
    I have more important things to do then to prove your manifesto incorrect. But for the most part you are incorrect in almost everything you state. Tell Alex Gibbs, Mike Shanahan, and terrel davis the zone scheme doesn’t work. For some reason it hasn’t in green bay. I cannot tell you why. Personel perhaps. Yes my response was full of ifs and buts because I wanted to prove to you that there were tons of them and I could use them if I wanted to as well. But they don’t matter. You use them as fact though and that makes you wrong.

  28. Supersuckers says: Oct 7, 2009 1:38 PM

    Chickenfoot
    It’s a marathon. Not a sprint.

  29. Supersuckers says: Oct 7, 2009 1:41 PM

    Yes gruden uses that term because he has to cater to the football idiots (like you have proven yourself to be) out there watching as well. there is no NFL defensive play call with the word “prevent” in it. i remember when this site was full of knowledgeable fans. Not moronic anonymous keyboard warriors.

  30. Chickenfoot says: Oct 7, 2009 2:00 PM

    Super:
    Get your panties out of the buch they are in.
    I really don’t appreciate that you are condescending to me that I don’t know the season is a marathon.
    http://www.thefreedictionary.com/prevent+defense
    http://sports.espn.go.com/espnmag/story?section=magazine&id=3837562
    There are several more, if you just google it.
    Yep. It’s personel, that’s why they aren’t getting it done. Not only can’t they pass block, they can’t run block either.
    I really hope you aren’t referring to me as a moronic keyboard warrior…..

  31. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Oct 7, 2009 2:12 PM

    Chickenfoot says:
    October 6, 2009 3:34 PM
    4 drives of over 60 yards, that isn’t dominating a defense?
    —————————–
    Yeah, you’re right. That IS dominating a defense. And the Packers had 4 drives of over 60 yards against the Vikings. And 5 over 50 yards, including a 96 yarder and an 81 yarder.
    Domination, right toolbox?

  32. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Oct 7, 2009 2:24 PM

    Chickenfoot says:
    October 7, 2009 9:06 AM
    They are giving up 5 sacks per game, huge chunks of yardage on defense, and having trouble beating teams they “should” handle easily.
    But, yeah let’s not go all out to beat the Vikings, let’ss wait til Lambeau……….Yikes!!
    —————————
    Huge chunks of yardage of defense? Well, they haven’t played those potent offenses the Vikings played, have they?
    Let’s see here…
    Cleveland – 29th ranked offense
    Detroit – 20th ranked offense
    San Francisco – 28th ranked offense
    It’s no wonder Minnesota’s defense is #1 overall. Wait, what? They’re not? Oh, well they’re probably in the top 3, right? No? Oh my goodness, they’re down at #11 after facing those pitiful offenses.
    Wow. Well, at least they’re light years ahead of the Bears and Packers, right? What? The Bears and Packers are 14th and 15th in total defense? That can’t be right.
    Surely the Vikings’ defense looks much better when ranked by points allowed. WHAT? THEY RANK 15TH BY POINTS ALLOWED AFTER FACING THE FEARSOME OFFENSES FROM CLEVELAND, DETROIT AND SAN FRANCISCO?
    Oh boy. What’s going to happen when they play Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Arizona and the Giants? I think Chickendick’s head’s going to explode. That’s what.

  33. Chickenfoot says: Oct 7, 2009 3:54 PM

    Yep, yardage allowed is going to have that affect sometimes there whinerson.
    You give up that many passing yards in garbage time….when you are up by 16 points with 8 minutes to go in the 4th!!
    He had 140 of his passing yards in garbage time.
    I notice, no mention of the 8 sacks…why would you? It doesn’t fit your argument, right?
    Everybody but asshat Packer fans like you, know that the Packers were throughly outplayed.
    Bottom line? Vikings 4-0, Packers 2-2.
    You don’t think that after the Rams game, that thier yards against isn’t going to go down?
    Of course not everbody can keep a winless team like the Rams in the game like the Packers can.
    Rams, Bears and Bengals are powerhouse offenses?
    How about 30,22, and 21 respectively?
    You have to be about the biggest idiot walking the face of the earth.
    How about you comeback when your team is relevant to the North division?
    I guess we won’t see you for awhile.
    I just love jagoffs like you that can’t see your team for what it is.
    You actually are humorous to me.
    You just can’t get over the fact that the Packers days of being any good went up in smoke when Favre left or was pushed out the door.
    I hope that it gnaws at you daily to see what he is doing in Minnesota.
    There you go, thinking you know the future, just like you did, before the Monday night game.
    You don’t know jackshit and you prove it on a daily basis on this site.
    You’d think you’d STFU after Monday, but no, you run your mouth.
    If I didn’t know better, I’d think you were a member of Judas Priest.
    You know, Defenders of the (packer)faith.
    Get a clue man, Your beloved Pack is just not that good of team!

  34. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Oct 7, 2009 6:38 PM

    Judas Priest? You should be fired for smoking whatever it is you’re on. At least, in the 49 states with normal labor laws.

  35. Chickenfoot says: Oct 7, 2009 7:04 PM

    You know, if you’d bother to look, prior to giving up over 400 yards in passing, they were in the top 10. Too bad Chili had to let Karen pad his stats at the end.
    Just keep spouting your inane blather.
    God, all it is is blah blah, I said this you put this in my mouth ad infinitum.
    I’ll give to you chapter and verse:
    Vikings 4-0
    Packers 2-2.
    Vikes beat Pack
    Keep spinning whatever you need to to feel better about your team.
    The only thing I’m smoking is your ass DAILY in these posts.
    I’m sure, you wont just STFU, so I guess I’ll be seeing you tomorrow.
    Please have something sensible to say, I know that’s asking alot, but give it that old Packer try, huh?

  36. Supersuckers says: Oct 8, 2009 9:23 AM

    Well now Chickenfoot he did get you with your own stat about the drives over 60 yards or whatever. The game was never more then a 2 possession game so I don’t think there was any garbage time. My opinion. Probably Childress’ and McCarthy’s too.

  37. Chickenfoot says: Oct 8, 2009 10:12 AM

    It was 30-14 with 8 minutes to go……
    So, intead of playing the defense that got you to 30-14. Let’s play 10 yards off the recievers so we don’t get beat deep. I hate that teams do that.
    2 possesions with going for 2 on both scores. Which didn’t happen, not to metion having to recover onsides kicks, which didn’t happen.
    For all intents and purposes, this game was over at the 8 minute mark of the 4th quarter.
    You go ahead and paint it any way you like, whatever makes you feel better, ok?
    While I don’t agree with going into play it safe mode, it worked with a win.
    I just don’t like that it let’s fans like you think you were actually in the game at the end.

  38. purple hay-seuss says: Oct 8, 2009 3:35 PM

    Better late than never.
    What a game! Amazingly, there were a couple of Packers fans in the bar where I watched, and they were amazingly human-like. One gal even wore a (GB) Favre jersey. Must have been wash day for her. All the bowling shirts were dirty, I guess. Mostly nice folks, to watch their team get manhandled like that in front of the whole world and keep their relative peace. Considering that this bar was attached to an upscale restaurant, I’m pleased to have seen and heard them behaving nicely. I didn’t expect that.
    What I’m really impressed with is the number of Pack Faithful writing conciliatory and congratulatory things to Vikings fans HERE. I think it is three posts. On THIS site. I tell ya what, Wow!
    My surprise wore off, though, to see other Facker Pans blaming, of all things, the management. Like those suited potatoes had anything to do with the action on the field. Really? Your parents made many choices in their lives that directly affected YOU, but they don’t get blamed when you screw up at work, or if you fail that Math exam – again. This proves that the NFL’s Ultimate Fans (determined scientifically by the league, last summer – no, really, they are. I saw the article.), are really snotty little dorks that hate everyone and blame everyone when the Mighty Packers make TitleTown, USA look bad. It couldn’t be that your team was outplayed by my team in my team’s home stadium. No, it was executive decisions made by fat CheeseHeads in a Green Bay office that influenced the outcome of the single biggest cable football game in history.
    I wonder if the fatcats in the Packer “ownership” are quaking in their winter boots about the Liliputians scheming their demise. Or if they don’t care. I think the latter.
    I do bravely say that I predicted Jared Allen’s monster game, even that there would be a safety involved. Even the Geezer is growing on me, to a slight, mossy extent. Clearly, no one believes him when he answers questions related to himself and his thoughts, ideas or opinions. The media just want the money he generates and the fans love to fight about him.
    I like how he throws the football to the right receivers so efficiently. He proved that the Vikings have offensive weapons much more scary than just AD, whom is plenty scary enough to make most D Coordinators pee just a little. Add the Geez into it, and his continued ability to get the ball downfield, even deep, and a defense that made Curds fall from the butts of all the QBs wearing Packers colors on Monday. I saw a shot of Rogers on the bench, between series, sitting next to Flynn. The look on Flynn’s face was worth the price of my appetizers for the whole night. The poor kid was non-verbally begging Rogers to not get hurt tonight, please, dude. That or he had already sharted himself just watching.
    Yes, you bowlers in Pack Land, your O line stinks. Wow, does it. But, if your QB keeps alive long enough, he is a hell of a passer. Lots of teams would trade a pile of goods for him today. Are you bitching to the ‘management’ about him, too? They got him right, right? What about Driver and Jennings? Pretty nice pair of WRs. And the kid that stripped AD for the TD? You all love him. What balls and gumption to just rip it away and run home. Nice. Don’t think you’ll be flushing him. Maybe Raji, though. He hasn’t contributed much thus far. Hmmmm. Hold out, first rounder, ‘injury prone’? I’d hate to be that kid, with the collective ire of all of the Packer Nation breathing down on him. But wait, it isn’t HIS problem, it’s the Management’s problem.
    See you all at Lambeau in a month. It’ll be cold, windy and a hell of a good time. I think AD will have figured your D out by then. If not, I’ll scream at the Wilf family while Favre beats you again. He’s as comfortable there as he is anywhere on earth. We’ll just be sure he stays warm and loose. Old guys prefer that. And cocoa with little marshmallows.

  39. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Oct 13, 2009 10:21 AM

    purple hay-seuss:
    I won’t read your entire post, but I did run across this bit about bowling. What is it with you and bowling? Do you really think the state of Wisconsin is crazy over bowling? Have you been to Ohio or Pennsylvania?
    Go have some lutefisk and watch the loons, nimrod.

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