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Ahman Green thinks he'll be back in Green Bay

Ahman Green’s return to the Packers last season was a nice story, but one that was expected to have a limited shelf life.  Green, however, thinks it may continue.

“I’m very happy to be back and the team was
happy to have me back,” said Green in an interview with the Kenosha News. “It sounds like I’ll be back
next season. I’m just getting myself in shape and getting ready for
2010.”

Green’s goals may be unrealistic. G.M. Ted Thompson was evasive when asked about Green possibly returning to the team.  The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, however, wrote he almost certainly won’t be back and the Green Bay Press-Gazette said his return looks “iffy at best.”

We suspect the Packers will have Green’s number handy in case of emergency, but that’s it.  The team had a decent running game last year, but they should invest in some youth behind Ryan Grant and Brandon Jackson. 

That doesn’t leave much room for Green.

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  1. MkePackFan says: Feb 15, 2010 11:28 AM

    I wouldn’t mind having Green back. He did pretty well in 3rd down situations and I think he’s slightly better at picking up the pass rush than B. Jackson.
    Plus we could get him on the cheap. Definitely going into the Packer HoF.

  2. mnmaverick says: Feb 15, 2010 11:33 AM

    I highly doubt that. They’ll draft a runningback, because they are not exactly content with their starter. If they can draft a guy like Best, they’d be set.

  3. Pervy Harvin says: Feb 15, 2010 11:38 AM

    Oh my! That would be such a potent 3 headed monster running attack! Green,Grant and Jackson. I’m sure Chilly is on the phone with Leslie Frazier right now devising special attacks to stop the fearsome trio!!

  4. Milhouse says: Feb 15, 2010 11:41 AM

    Why can’t Ted Thompson just make a decision and stick with it? Why does he have to be so evasive?
    What a prima donna.

  5. ICDogg says: Feb 15, 2010 11:49 AM

    He’s got the right attitude, I guess.

  6. Pack_Attack says: Feb 15, 2010 11:49 AM

    Ring of Honor.

  7. ShimSham says: Feb 15, 2010 11:51 AM

    I wouldn’t mind having him back for another season in the role he played this past year for us. Always has been one of my favorite players.
    And for the record, Thompson really doesn’t answer any question concerning the future. To say he was evasive on the question of Green’s future is just to say he answered the question as he would have any other question of a similar nature.

  8. Ambrose says: Feb 15, 2010 11:55 AM

    This would be a good move. He is great at picking up blitzes and can get the third and short when you need it. He still has gas in the tank and he wants to be in Green Bay…he enjoys playing for Green Bay…and he doesn’t hold a grudge as a result of prior sound business decisions. He is the kind of player that recognizes the benefits of playing for and in Green Bay, and the fans do not forget that kind of attitude. And if it is now sound, again, to re-sign him, then do it.

  9. last starfighter says: Feb 15, 2010 12:00 PM

    keep him, dump a FB and draft a rb with speed

  10. slipkid says: Feb 15, 2010 12:04 PM

    one fumble away from going on waivers, if they do keep him

  11. Johnnyb612 says: Feb 15, 2010 12:08 PM

    Keep Green, dump Jackson, draft younger runningback in the first round.

  12. Ambrose says: Feb 15, 2010 12:22 PM

    Pervy Harvin says:
    February 15, 2010 11:38 AM
    Oh my! That would be such a potent 3 headed monster running attack!
    __________________________________
    Check the regular season statistics. Green Bay and Minnesota are nearly identical, except for the fact that Green Bay got it done with a poor O-line, by far fewer fumbles lost, and without any wasted breath proclaiming the “best running back in the league.” The Vikings (and their running game) were over-rated and lucky all season long. The only thing they achieved was a “good for you” with the two wins over the Packers. That’s it. I guarantee you that the Packers are putting more pressure and concern on the Viking coaches this off-season than vice-versa (that means… “the other way around.”)

  13. TheFALZ says: Feb 15, 2010 12:43 PM

    i agree MKEPackFan

  14. Treima says: Feb 15, 2010 12:50 PM

    Pervy’s just jealous because Green Bay’s running backs hold onto the football when first contact is initiated.

  15. AlCortez says: Feb 15, 2010 12:50 PM

    “Why can’t Ted Thompson just make a decision and stick with it? Why does he have to be so evasive?”
    It’s called “keeping your options open”. His job is to assemble a roster, during the off-season and even in-season (see Tausher, Mark). Never know when you might need a guy, don’t close any doors you don’t have to.

  16. Fan of Football says: Feb 15, 2010 1:02 PM

    “Plus we could get him on the cheap”
    Yes, Ted THompson has shown that is the only thing that matters to him.

  17. SpartaChris says: Feb 15, 2010 1:08 PM

    Pervy Harvin says:
    February 15, 2010 11:38 AM
    Oh my! That would be such a potent 3 headed monster running attack! Green,Grant and Jackson. I’m sure Chilly is on the phone with Leslie Frazier right now devising special attacks to stop the fearsome trio!!
    ===================================
    Hey, at least we all now know how “All Day” got his nickname. I think he just fumbled again.

  18. MkePackFan says: Feb 15, 2010 1:08 PM

    # Pervy Harvin says: February 15, 2010 11:38 AM
    Oh my! That would be such a potent 3 headed monster running attack! Green,Grant and Jackson. I’m sure Chilly is on the phone with Leslie Frazier right now devising special attacks to stop the fearsome trio!!
    ——————————————-
    Vikings – 119.9 ypg
    Packers – 117.8 ypg
    All hail the mighty Viking running game! Pervy, check your stats before you make an ass of yourself.

  19. ShimSham says: Feb 15, 2010 1:12 PM

    Johnnyb612 says: Keep Green, dump Jackson, draft younger runningback in the first round.”
    ————————————————-
    Though Jackson hasn’t been spectacular since he was drafted, he had a very good 2009 season for his limited role. He was actually really good in blocking and catching screens despite the fact that he’s smaller and we don’t have a terribly good screen O-line.
    And RB in the first round? We have a solid starter for the next few years and you can often find good RBs in later rounds. Meanwhile we have much more pressing needs at Tackle and Safety.

  20. BradyGazelle says: Feb 15, 2010 1:20 PM

    Poor Miss Nebraska…

  21. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 15, 2010 1:27 PM

    Pervy Harvin says:
    February 15, 2010 11:38 AM
    Oh my! That would be such a potent 3 headed monster running attack! Green,Grant and Jackson. I’m sure Chilly is on the phone with Leslie Frazier right now devising special attacks to stop the fearsome trio!!
    ——
    Hey white dude that wishes otherwise,
    Take you and your new Fubu jacket back to the Viking threads. If you are going to critisize us for trolling around on your trophyless teams threads then you should do likewise.

  22. ClayMath52 says: Feb 15, 2010 1:38 PM

    Depending on who is available would determine if we pick a RB. Ryan Grant is still a good starter if he worked a little harder in the offseason. Almost made the pro bowl if Deangelo didn’t have such a high ypg.

  23. GobiasINC_1 says: Feb 15, 2010 1:54 PM

    Pervy, at least our running backs hold onto the ball. If you had the Green Bay running attack in the NFC Championship game your Los Angeles…er….I mean Minnesota Vikings would be in the Super Bowl.
    Chew on that, loser.

  24. JimmySmith says: Feb 15, 2010 2:01 PM

    Pervy Harvin says:
    Oh my! That would be such a potent 3 headed monster running attack! Green,Grant and Jackson. I’m sure Chilly is on the phone with Leslie Frazier right now devising special attacks to stop the fearsome trio!!
    As if Chilly even knows what’s going on Frazier’s side of the ball, he has trouble keeping track of the right number of offensive people in the huddle. Right now Chilly, Spermman and Frazier are custom ordering their trophy case for their annual Spring Paper Championship, they win it every year.

  25. ohgoodie says: Feb 15, 2010 2:30 PM

    Last time I checked Grant, Jackson and Green never faced 8 men in the box.
    With a passing game as potent as GB’s, it’s pretty amazing that their running attack sucked almost as badly as Minny’s especially facing zone coverage.
    AP, while an fumbler, is still game planned around, I don’t think the same could be said for the trio GB trots out.

  26. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 15, 2010 2:37 PM

    JimmySmith says:
    February 15, 2010 2:01 PM
    Pervy Harvin says:
    Oh my! That would be such a potent 3 headed monster running attack! Green,Grant and Jackson. I’m sure Chilly is on the phone with Leslie Frazier right now devising special attacks to stop the fearsome trio!!
    As if Chilly even knows what’s going on Frazier’s side of the ball, he has trouble keeping track of the right number of offensive people in the huddle. Right now Chilly, Spermman and Frazier are custom ordering their trophy case for their annual Spring Paper Championship, they win it every year

  27. Ambrose says: Feb 15, 2010 2:52 PM

    ohgoodie says:
    February 15, 2010 2:30 PM
    AP, while a fumbler, is still game planned around.
    __________________________________
    You mean he HAD been game planned around. Right up until Childress decided to hitch his wagon to Favre for the postseason…..”because he got us here…” If the game plan (against New Orleans) had been and remained Peterson, the Vikings would probably have their first Lombardi right now. Oh well…..that’s what you get when you confuse a diamond-in-the-rough for cubic zirconia. We warned you didn’t we? And now we have a passing game that is better than yours and a running game that is as effective. Not to mention a very promising first-year 3-4 that is only going to get better. I wish the 2010 season was starting right now.

  28. Lurch says: Feb 15, 2010 2:54 PM

    I would think Ahman Green would be a welcome addition for a second year, the other backups haven’t been able to stay healthy for an entire season.
    As for the purple … it’s just plain time to stop runnin’ your pie holes and pony-up for your new stadium. And build a parking lot this time … The taxi squad is for the team … not viking fans traveling to their home games.

  29. Chickenfoot says: Feb 15, 2010 3:01 PM

    ohgoodie says:
    February 15, 2010 2:30 PM
    Last time I checked Grant, Jackson and Green never faced 8 men in the box.
    With a passing game as potent as GB’s, it’s pretty amazing that their running attack sucked almost as badly as Minny’s especially facing zone coverage.
    AP, while an fumbler, is still game planned around, I don’t think the same could be said for the trio GB trots out.
    =================================
    Don’t try to talk football or sense to a Packer fan.
    It’s an exercise in futility.

  30. todovda says: Feb 15, 2010 3:06 PM

    Two big football myths…… Peterson faces 8 in the box every play (seems Chris Johnson did pretty well with that) and Jaren Allen gets double teamed every play. Ask Jared how he enjoyed Joe Thomas tossing his ass around for 60 minutes.

  31. ohgoodie says: Feb 15, 2010 3:19 PM

    You mean he HAD been game planned around. Right up until Childress decided to hitch his wagon to Favre for the postseason…..”because he got us here…” If the game plan (against New Orleans) had been and remained Peterson, the Vikings would probably have their first Lombardi right now. Oh well…..that’s what you get when you confuse a diamond-in-the-rough for cubic zirconia. We warned you didn’t we? And now we have a passing game that is better than yours and a running game that is as effective. Not to mention a very promising first-year 3-4 that is only going to get better. I wish the 2010 season was starting right now.
    ————————————————
    I’m an outsider Ambrose, no need to beat your chest. GB does have a solid group but their corners are as old as egyptian pryamids. They were destryoed by veteran qb’s (Roethlisberger, Warner and Favre (twice).
    I watched the game, and it seemed to me AP was the focal point, I think he had 100+yards, 3 tds, but it’s probably hard to trust someone when they fumble three times. You hand the ball off one more time to a guy that’s fumbled the ball three times in a critical moment? Favre, rightfully had control of the team, without him, they weren’t in that game. Furthermore, if Grant fumbled as often as AP he’d be playing somewhere else, that’s attributable to how good AP can be.
    Seemed to me that #4 did a nice job and performed better than anyone could have anticipated. It must have been tough to watch Favre carve up the franchise he STILL is the face of. As a fan of football, when I think GB, I think #4. I’m also sure 99 out of a 100 Vikings fans would “hitch” their proverbial wagon to him again.
    Mazel Tov

  32. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 15, 2010 3:36 PM

    “I’m also sure 99 out of a 100 Vikings fans would “hitch” their proverbial wagon to him again. “

  33. 40for58 says: Feb 15, 2010 3:59 PM

    Most current day Packler fans would make Lombardi puke. OH Brett, it’s time to move on, but please don’t go play for anyone in the division. Here is 25 mil.
    You fools crucified him for not being loyal, yet you sent him packing.

  34. packers4life says: Feb 15, 2010 4:12 PM

    I don’t think any Viking ‘fans’ realize this but Peterson had more fumbles in the NFC Championship Game than Grant had all season.

  35. Ambrose says: Feb 15, 2010 4:47 PM

    40for58 says:
    February 15, 2010 3:59 PM
    Most current day Packer fans would make Lombardi puke. OH Brett, it’s time to move on, but please don’t go play for anyone in the division. Here is 25 mil.
    You fools crucified him for not being loyal, yet you sent him packing.
    ___________________________________
    Did you just awake from a five-year coma? Brett orchestrated his own way out, and it was obvious to anyone other than casual observers (like you.) People (like you) think it all happened the year he was sent to New York. IT STARTED THREE YEARS BEFORE THAT! He’s too tired and unsure about playing for Green Bay but a ready-made SuperBowl team in need of a QB just might re-energize him? Lombardi would burn his jersey on the fifty yard line and tell him to F-O. If he wanted to play “because he loves the game so much,” then he should have stepped up to the plate in March of ’05, or ’06, or ’07…, and say “I want to play. I’ll be there.” No. That is not what he did. He wanted to see if the Packers responded to his personnel recommendations, and when he was told that he is not the personnel director, he began to lay out his plan. The only problem was the Packers were not going to give him his unconditional release. Why should they? The deserved the right to be as picky as he is…so screw him. He made the bed…sleep in it.

  36. last starfighter says: Feb 15, 2010 4:48 PM

    40for58 says: February 15, 2010 3:59 PM
    Most current day Packler fans would make Lombardi puke. OH Brett, it’s time to move on, but please don’t go play for anyone in the division. Here is 25 mil.
    You fools crucified him for not being loyal, yet you sent him packing.
    ——————————————————————
    You have no clue what the eff you are talking about. Your comment is an epic fail, seriously. Don’t talk sports when you don’t know what you’re talking about.

  37. footballrulz says: Feb 15, 2010 4:54 PM

    Most current day Packler fans would make Lombardi puke. OH Brett, it’s time to move on, but please don’t go play for anyone in the division. Here is 25 mil.
    You fools crucified him for not being loyal, yet you sent him packing.
    _______________________________
    How in the wide world of sports do you come up with convoluted logic like that? Pack(l)er FANS sent Favre packing? Yeah, the fans also decided it was time to go to the 3-4 and to bring back Tauscher & Greene.
    I have to give an absolute toss up to the entertainment value of reading Packer/Vike posts and Dallas/Eagles posts. Fans blaming fans for team perfomances, degrading each others cities & citizens, trite made up names for teams (Fudge Packers/ViQueens, Eagirls/Coygirls, etc) sprinkled occassionally with a little football knowledge.
    God, why didn’t I thnk of this? What a way to make a living–throw out a little bit of gossip/garbage about some team and let the fun begin while spending NBC’s money. Brilliant.

  38. Pervy Harvin says: Feb 15, 2010 6:46 PM

    Where are my posts Rosenthal? Do your job and post them!

  39. Ross'sSweetMinus says: Feb 15, 2010 6:50 PM

    Chickenfoot you like Percy_Harvin are a shart stain.

  40. Chickenfoot says: Feb 15, 2010 8:52 PM

    Ross’sSweetMinus says:
    February 15, 2010 6:50 PM
    Chickenfoot you like Percy_Harvin are a shart stain.
    ================================
    Do yourself a favor, introduce a fork to the inside of your toaster….you won’t be missed.

  41. Contra says: Feb 16, 2010 12:04 AM

    Haha…go ahead and bring Green back. I’m sure Wisconsin misses seeing a spike in domestic abuse charges. Do whatever you guys want. Minnesota Vikings run the NFC North, Green Bay Packers are irrelevant.

  42. packers4life says: Feb 16, 2010 12:05 AM

    “Do yourself a favor, introduce a fork to the inside of your toaster….you won’t be missed.”
    and you chickenfoot can go play in traffic. Have fun.

  43. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 16, 2010 9:04 AM

    Pervy Harvin says:
    February 15, 2010 6:46 PM
    Where are my posts Rosenthal? Do your job and post them!
    ——-
    They are tired of the jive talk Whig.

  44. Shalhoub66 says: Feb 16, 2010 9:35 AM

    hey vikes read about your own team and start thinking about what to do when brett dumps you… haha

  45. Ruvell100 says: Feb 16, 2010 10:12 AM

    Contra- The Packers were apparently the world’s first irrelevant 11-5 playoff team last year and the Vikings last two North Championships were also their first two.
    You wouldn’t know that because you are a Viking fan. You only care about them when they’re winning.

  46. Contra says: Feb 16, 2010 12:21 PM

    Ruvell100 says:
    February 16, 2010 10:12 AM
    Contra- The Packers were apparently the world’s first irrelevant 11-5 playoff team last year and the Vikings last two North Championships were also their first two.
    You wouldn’t know that because you are a Viking fan. You only care about them when they’re winning.
    ———
    Wrong…I care about the Vikings during their ups and downs unlike you Packer fans who only care when they are winning.

  47. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 16, 2010 12:58 PM

    Contra says:
    February 16, 2010 12:21 PM
    Ruvell100 says:
    February 16, 2010 10:12 AM
    Contra- The Packers were apparently the world’s first irrelevant 11-5 playoff team last year and the Vikings last two North Championships were also their first two.
    You wouldn’t know that because you are a Viking fan. You only care about them when they’re winning.
    ———
    Wrong…I care about the Vikings during their ups and downs unlike you Packer fans who only care when they are winning.
    ———
    nice comeback. wity

  48. Ruvell100 says: Feb 16, 2010 1:27 PM

    Thank you, Super. I was at a loss for words.

  49. Contra says: Feb 16, 2010 3:55 PM

    Contra says:
    February 16, 2010 12:21 PM
    Ruvell100 says:
    February 16, 2010 10:12 AM
    Contra- The Packers were apparently the world’s first irrelevant 11-5 playoff team last year and the Vikings last two North Championships were also their first two.
    You wouldn’t know that because you are a Viking fan. You only care about them when they’re winning.
    ———
    Wrong…I care about the Vikings during their ups and downs unlike you Packer fans who only care when they are winning.
    ———
    nice comeback. wity
    ————
    I needed a comback for you guys?

  50. Chickenfoot says: Feb 16, 2010 4:16 PM

    the Vikings last two North Championships were also their first two.
    ============================
    Nice argument…..not. You are quibbiling over words here.
    North/ Central = same thing. Quit being a turd.
    The Packers are an irrelevant at 11-5.
    They didn’t get out of the WC round. What is relevant about that?
    Now, when they lose a majority of the 10 starting caliber FA’s because teddy Teabag will refuse to pay them, you’ll be back to 6-10 , right where you belong.

  51. Ambrose says: Feb 16, 2010 4:27 PM

    Contra says:
    February 16, 2010 3:55 PM
    I needed a comeback for you guys?
    __________________________________
    No. No, a comeback was not required. In fact, no response is ever required of you…ever again. Thanks for playing.

  52. Ruvell100 says: Feb 16, 2010 4:38 PM

    No, you didn’t. Saying nothing would have been a lot better. Especially since the Packers have sold out every game in memory, even during the 70′s and 80′s when we were terrible. The Vikings had to get 2 extensions to sell out a playoff game last year.
    Hint: up, up , down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, select, start. Now go re-tape your glasses. Or is your name in reference to Iran?

  53. Pervy Harvin says: Feb 16, 2010 5:18 PM

    @ Ambrose- Was wondering if you and the lovely misses would be interested in having me over for a game of poke her? Be fun. Say Friday? I’ll bring the beer!

  54. packers4life says: Feb 16, 2010 7:34 PM

    “Minnesota Vikings run the NFC North, Green Bay Packers are irrelevant.”
    Just because Minnesota has won the title for two straight years doesn’t mean they are the best in the NFC North. I mean, before 2008, they didn’t win the title for 7-8 years.

  55. packers4life says: Feb 16, 2010 7:42 PM

    “unlike you Packer fans who only care when they are winning.”
    Sorry but last time I checked the Vikings were the ones that needed numerous extensions a few years ago just to avoid a blackout because they didn’t sell out their playoff game. The team needed to turn to the local TV stations to buy the remaining tickets, which is rather sad.

  56. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 16, 2010 11:15 PM

    Welll chicken foot do you realize the world champions of football (something your team has never achieved) have 27 FA’s? New England has 23…they have 3 world titles….this is a calculated market driven move by most GM’s. Pervy….how is the new Fubu Jacket? Chickenfoot…losing in the first round or choking away a NFC title??? No differance. They both ended up in the same place. The landfill.

  57. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 16, 2010 11:18 PM

    Chicken ,
    Touche’ but the Minnesota Viking were a irrelevant 12-4. GB has ten years of pure winning. MN is now on the Favre watch. Ironic.

  58. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 16, 2010 11:20 PM

    “Now, when they lose a majority of the 10 starting caliber FA’s because teddy Teabag will refuse to pay them, you’ll be back to 6-10 , right where you belong.”

  59. Ambrose says: Feb 17, 2010 8:54 AM

    Pervy Harvin says:
    February 16, 2010 5:18 PM
    @ Ambrose- Was wondering if you and the lovely misses would be interested in having me over for a game of poke her? Be fun. Say Friday? I’ll bring the beer!
    ___________________________________
    She can decide for herself, but I’m pretty sure she wouldn’t be interested in anything you have to offer. I mean, look at it from her point of view…going from a Mercedes to a rusty Yugo. Why bother? And I already gave you a time, date, and place to meet me face-to-face. Remember? Grumpies? Never heard from you, Mr. ex-boxer tough-guy. Your responses to posts on this site are merely mildly entertaining ….and annoying at the same time. Kind of like a limited-vocabulary little brother that won’t go away. But more like a three-legged mutt that continues to show up at the dog track, thinking he is relevent. Kind of pointless isn’t it?

  60. Pervy Harvin says: Feb 17, 2010 9:31 AM

    Ambrose says: Your responses to posts on this site are merely mildly entertaining ….and annoying at the same time. Kind of like a limited-vocabulary little brother that won’t go away. But more like a three-legged mutt that continues to show up at the dog track, thinking he is relevent.
    ————————————————-
    The three hardest tasks in the world are neither physical feats nor intellectual achievements, but moral acts: to return love for hate, to include the excluded, and to say, “I was wrong”.
    Admit you are wrong Ambrose. Truly great madness can not be achieved without significant intelligence. As far as revelance son….I am a PFT superstar. I am the equivalent of Favre and you…lets say Chris Pizzotti !

  61. Chickenfoot says: Feb 17, 2010 10:13 AM

    TheHydraPart6 says:
    February 16, 2010 11:20 PM
    “Now, when they lose a majority of the 10 starting caliber FA’s because teddy Teabag will refuse to pay them, you’ll be back to 6-10 , right where you belong.”

  62. Emoney says: Feb 17, 2010 10:28 AM

    Ambrose OWNS Pervy Harvin!
    Point. Set. Match.

  63. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 17, 2010 10:30 AM

    Pervy Harvin says:
    February 17, 2010 9:31 AM
    Ambrose says: Your responses to posts on this site are merely mildly entertaining ….and annoying at the same time. Kind of like a limited-vocabulary little brother that won’t go away. But more like a three-legged mutt that continues to show up at the dog track, thinking he is relevent.
    ————————————————-
    The three hardest tasks in the world are neither physical feats nor intellectual achievements, but moral acts: to return love for hate, to include the excluded, and to say, “I was wrong”.
    Admit you are wrong Ambrose. Truly great madness can not be achieved without significant intelligence. As far as revelance son….I am a PFT superstar. I am the equivalent of Favre and you…lets say Chris Pizzotti !
    ———–
    Pervy!! My whigga!

  64. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 17, 2010 10:31 AM

    I am a know nothing as are the rest of you and anything I may say really has no merit because I only get 2 percent of the info. As do the rest of you.

  65. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 17, 2010 10:34 AM

    But you said “what kind of idiot GM allows 10 FA’s to come up the same year? ” Look at NO and NE. Both have won championships while Minnesota has won nothing. ever. So i will not pretend to know what goes on behind close doors and make ridiculous comments about idiocy coming from us working stiffs. The guys we call idiots have achieved greatness in their careers. So really…who are the idiots? i think the answer is clear. We are the idiots.

  66. Ambrose says: Feb 17, 2010 11:55 AM

    Emoney says:
    February 17, 2010 10:28 AM
    Ambrose OWNS Pervy Harvin!
    Point. Set. Match
    __________________________________
    (bow at the waist,)…. (tip of the hat,)…. (bow at the waist.) (……sustained applause…….)

  67. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 17, 2010 12:03 PM

    Well said Ambrose. Pervy is my whigga too.

  68. Pervy Harvin says: Feb 17, 2010 12:18 PM

    Ambrose says:
    February 17, 2010 11:55 AM
    Emoney says:
    February 17, 2010 10:28 AM
    Ambrose OWNS Pervy Harvin!
    Point. Set. Match
    __________________________________
    (bow at the waist,)…. (tip of the hat,)…. (bow at the waist.) (……sustained applause…….)
    ————————————————–
    How lame…we know you own both user names!

  69. Chickenfoot says: Feb 17, 2010 12:34 PM

    TheHydraPart6 says:
    February 17, 2010 10:34 AM
    But you said “what kind of idiot GM allows 10 FA’s to come up the same year? ” Look at NO and NE. Both have won championships while Minnesota has won nothing. ever. So i will not pretend to know what goes on behind close doors and make ridiculous comments about idiocy coming from us working stiffs. The guys we call idiots have achieved greatness in their careers. So really…who are the idiots? i think the answer is clear. We are the idiots
    ====================================
    I’m done with you on this subject. Because they are GMS they don’t make mistakes now?
    Uff.
    Keep gobbiling TT’s corn cob and everything that comes out of it.
    10 players that are starters or near starters…..you just don’t get it.
    I realize every team has some turnover every year. It’s just that 4/5 of the oline is up, both safties, 3 dlineman. 1 CB
    Not to mention losing kampmann, brilliant move by the GM there, get nothing for him….yeah he’s at the top of his field alright.
    I just wouldn’t be suprised if I were you if the Packers take a step back.
    They are old at corner, Drivers 35.
    Your tack that nobody can have an opinion on football and being GM, because we aren’t one is idiotic.
    I’m not supposed to have an opinion because I don’t work for a team? Yet you can look at a post and say I have no clue….nice double standard.
    Do some homework, show me proof that the Ravens et al have that many front line players as FA. I don’t care the total # just starters or reliable or rotation guys.
    That is the point you aren’t getting, it’s not the #, its the quality of players in the 10 number.
    I think maybe youre spending too much time with the grays.

  70. Chickenfoot says: Feb 17, 2010 12:37 PM

    Ambrose doesn’t own Pervy.
    He does own an asshat of the week award though.
    Hydra, that you parrott the most dumb ass posters on this site with a well said, makes me question your intelligence.
    You aren’t as dumb as these guys, at least I thought not.
    Maybe you hit your head…real hard.
    That could be where the alien nonsense is coming from too?

  71. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 17, 2010 12:39 PM

    I love it!! Pervy!!! My whigga!! How ya doin’ son?

  72. Ruvell100 says: Feb 17, 2010 1:35 PM

    Jeff, based on your logic, no one is relevant unless they win the Super Bowl. A team that goes 11-5 and makes the playoffs is a factor in the NFL, period. They lost in the playoffs. So did the Vikings. Both teams can say they had okay seasons but didn’t reach the ultimate goal. Irrelevant is 6-10, 5-11, 7-9. No playoffs, no hope.
    I didn’t realize “Teddy Teabag” was known for not re-signing their core players. Please enlighten me and list off the NFL contributors that TT has let go in FA and gotten nothing for.

  73. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 17, 2010 1:39 PM

    “You aren’t as dumb as these guys, at least I thought not”
    —-
    I am now

  74. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 17, 2010 1:53 PM

    Chicken,
    the alien stuff comes from hours upon hours of researching the phenomenon. Its not nonsense. theyre already here.

  75. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 17, 2010 2:00 PM

    ruvell what Jeff needs to come to gripswith and many other Viking fans is that both the Packers adn the Vikings seasons ended up at the sameplace. the landfill. Looking to the future objectively…..yeah I think we are fine for a long time. Minnesota? they don’t even know who the heck their QB is going to be.

  76. Emoney says: Feb 17, 2010 2:04 PM

    Hey Pervy,
    Believe it or not, Ambrose and I are not the same people. I’m not an internet geek like you who makes up new names every other day, just to fool people on some football blog website. I simply agree with Ambrose because he puts you in your place, and then you “try” to come back with some stupid response. You never know when to give up.
    By the way, whens your next fight? I’d like to watch what a golden gloves champ can do in the ring. Where do you fight? The local state fair? You fighting Billy Bob up der in ol’ Minnesooooota next? Uh oh! I can sense your anger as your reading my post. Hey der, I was just joking sir. Don’t cha know?

  77. Chickenfoot says: Feb 17, 2010 2:31 PM

    LOL Hydra!
    Ruvell:
    10 core players at the same time?
    The packers lost a WC game.
    The Vikies lost in the NFCCG.
    Wild card losers are irrelevant.
    Just like all you Packer fans claimed the Vikes were last year when they lost to Phil.
    The list will have to wait until I am not at work…..

  78. Ambrose says: Feb 17, 2010 2:36 PM

    Chickenfoot says:
    February 17, 2010 12:37 PM
    Ambrose doesn’t own Pervy.
    He does own an asshat of the week award though.
    __________________________________
    Chickenfoot…I think you are complimenting me, kind of like calling someone a nimrod (which by definition is actually “a skilled and able hunter.”) I know of an anime character named Kagesada Sugano who is nicknamed “Asshat.” Here is an excerpt from that series….
    “Surprisingly enough by his senior year Asshat has become quite good with women. He literally has an army of women to do his bidding, called the “Sugano Bodyguard”. Four of these women appear to have a higher status and are referred to as the “Heavenly Divas”.[2] The girls of the Sugano Bodyguard will do anything for Asshat. They often participate in “contests” to determine who can go on a date with him, such as who can suck a conveniently placed Popsicle down to the stick the fastest.”
    Wow…thank you very much Chickenfoot. Not a bad compliment coming from a frustrated and angry Sammy Hagar (ie; Chickenfoot) wannabe.
    I own both of you morons.

  79. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 17, 2010 2:54 PM

    ruvell what Jeff needs to come to gripswith and many other Viking fans is that both the Packers adn the Vikings seasons ended up at the sameplace. the landfill. Looking to the future objectively…..yeah I think we are fine for a long time. Minnesota? they don’t even know who the heck their QB is going to be.

  80. Chickenfoot says: Feb 17, 2010 3:40 PM

    Ambrose says:
    February 17, 2010 2:36 PM
    Chickenfoot says:
    February 17, 2010 12:37 PM
    Ambrose doesn’t own Pervy.
    He does own an asshat of the week award though.
    __________________________________
    Chickenfoot…I think you are complimenting me, kind of like calling someone a nimrod (which by definition is actually “a skilled and able hunter.”) I know of an anime character named Kagesada Sugano who is nicknamed “Asshat.” Here is an excerpt from that series….
    “Surprisingly enough by his senior year Asshat has become quite good with women. He literally has an army of women to do his bidding, called the “Sugano Bodyguard”. Four of these women appear to have a higher status and are referred to as the “Heavenly Divas”.[2] The girls of the Sugano Bodyguard will do anything for Asshat. They often participate in “contests” to determine who can go on a date with him, such as who can suck a conveniently placed Popsicle down to the stick the fastest.”
    Wow…thank you very much Chickenfoot. Not a bad compliment coming from a frustrated and angry Sammy Hagar (ie; Chickenfoot) wannabe.
    I own both of you morons.
    ================================
    Anime? WTF dude? I’m embarassed for you.
    “An Asshat is anyone who’s got their head planted firmly up their ass, i.e. wearing their ass as a hat.
    Hagar wannabe? Not really. Like the music though.
    You own nothing, Youre a freaking idiot.
    I take that back you are a rectal necklace.
    Anime…….Jesus Christ.

  81. Ambrose says: Feb 17, 2010 4:39 PM

    Chickenfoot says:
    February 17, 2010 3:40 PM
    “An ass-hat is anyone who’s got their head planted firmly up their ass.”
    __________________________________
    Past history has demonstrated that you are a very literal person, to an extreme. So….knowing you as I do, wouldn’t your description above be an “ass-collar?” It would be an ass-hat if he was sitting on his head, would it not? Please clarify.

  82. Ruvell100 says: Feb 17, 2010 4:49 PM

    Chicken-
    Let’s look at those FA’s.
    Collins-Restricted. Let the market dictate the price and tender him if you can’t get a long term deal done.
    Bigby-Restricted. Same thing.
    Kampman-Would love to see him stay, but he’ll command a lot of money from a 4-3 team and their defense improved without him. Too much money for a pass rush specialist.
    Clifton-Old. Injured. Contemplating retirement. Would rather groom Lang.
    Colledge- Spitz is back from his injury, expendable.
    Pickett-Deal is virtually done.
    Williams- Need to re-sign.
    Blackmon-Good return specialist, provides nothing at corner. Hurt every year. Couldn’t care less if they re-sign him.
    Jolly- Depends on the price. Raji, Pickett and Jenkins is a pretty solid front 3. I’d say 50/50 they bring him back.
    Kuhn-Christ, how many fullbacks do you need?
    This list sounds like a dire predicament to you? They have the cap room to sign them all and don’t even need to.

  83. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 17, 2010 5:58 PM

    “It would be an ass-hat if he was sitting on his head, would it not? Please clarify.”
    —-
    I was confused also and would appreciate some clarification on the asshat/collar definition.

  84. Pervy Harvin says: Feb 18, 2010 8:53 AM

    Emoney & Ambrose = Same sex marriage!

  85. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 18, 2010 9:19 AM

    Pervy Harvin says:
    February 18, 2010 8:53 AM
    Emoney & Ambrose = Same sex marriage!
    ——
    Pervy! My whigga. Terrible comeback however. Green Bay = good for a very long time (thanks Ted) Minnesota = all in last year and in serious danger of moving!!

  86. Majik Bullet says: Feb 18, 2010 9:58 AM

    I guess I’m a little late to the party here, but I see not much has changed. Super is still preaching the know nothing crap, then immediately turning around and proclaiming Green Bay a team of greatness for the foreseeable future and boasting of the , undeniable brilliance of Ted Thompson, even though a know nothing would have no way of knowing this.
    Common sense would dictate that a GM with a 42-38 record is anything but brilliant, and a team coming off of a loss in which they surrendered 51 points, that has a QB who spends the majority of his time on the turf, and 9 of 22 starters exposed to free agency in an undesirable place to play (voted on by players) is anything but set up for the long haul.
    The rest of the Packer fans keep boasting of their loaded trophy case, which hasn’t had an addition since 1996, then turn around and immediately tell Viking fans to stop living in the past about the 2 beatdowns the Pack suffered at the hands of the Vikes. And as for the Pack fans criticizing Viking fans for crowning themselves “paper champs,” I remember an insufferable amount of Packer fans saying they were a lock for the Super Bowl after the preseason. I also remember Super crowning GB NFC Champs before the playoffs.
    But I guess it’s ok to have double standards and live in the past if you have a 13 year old Super Bowl trophy. It’s no wonder Wisconsin is a blue state, the majority of the people who live there flip flop more than the president they voted for.

  87. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 18, 2010 10:20 AM

    Ruvell100 says:
    February 17, 2010 4:49 PM
    Chicken-
    Let’s look at those FA’s.
    Collins-Restricted. Let the market dictate the price and tender him if you can’t get a long term deal done.
    Bigby-Restricted. Same thing.
    Kampman-Would love to see him stay, but he’ll command a lot of money from a 4-3 team and their defense improved without him. Too much money for a pass rush specialist.
    Clifton-Old. Injured. Contemplating retirement. Would rather groom Lang.
    Colledge- Spitz is back from his injury, expendable.
    Pickett-Deal is virtually done.
    Williams- Need to re-sign.
    Blackmon-Good return specialist, provides nothing at corner. Hurt every year. Couldn’t care less if they re-sign him.
    Jolly- Depends on the price. Raji, Pickett and Jenkins is a pretty solid front 3. I’d say 50/50 they bring him back.
    Kuhn-Christ, how many fullbacks do you need?
    This list sounds like a dire predicament to you? They have the cap room to sign them all and don’t even need to.
    ———-
    Don’t expect an educated retort. Chicken is still trying to figure out how the Saints have 29 “key” players as free agents. He is one of the many that does not realize what goes on behind closed dorrs and that we are just 2 percenters.

  88. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 18, 2010 11:04 AM

    Oh shit the Majik Bullet is back. Speaking of flip flops…isnt that exactly what you do with your favorite teams depending upon wherever the biggest big game bust of all time plants his old ass? Also, do you not live in Monroe Wisconsin?? The very state you just denounced??

  89. Ruvell100 says: Feb 18, 2010 11:10 AM

    Collector of Majik cards- How was your vacation to Hattiesburg?
    “It’s no wonder Wisconsin is a blue state, the majority of the people who live there flip flop more than the president they voted for.”
    ___________
    Funny coming from a guy who is a die hard Viking fan, was a Jets fan last year, and a Packer fan the year before. Like Minnesota is a red state. Just ask those hard working folks who elected Al Franken to a senate seat.

  90. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 18, 2010 11:17 AM

    “Common sense would dictate ”
    ——
    Ironic quote considering who wrote it. The man that is probably the biggest surface thinking low IQ football moron I have ever blogged or had cyber sex with. The Majik bullet.

  91. Majik Bullet says: Feb 18, 2010 11:37 AM

    Geniuses
    Note that I said the majority of the population, I didn’t denounce the entire state, just some of the idiots, which you 2 are doing a fine job of providing me examples of.
    And Hattiesburg was great Ruvell. They have all kinds of pictures of Green Bay’s 1995 Super Bowl trophy. You just have to be careful not to bring up that painful 1995 loss to the Colts, they’re pretty sensitive to that.
    What’s wrong Super, no retort to me pointing out the hypocrisy of your know nothing crap? Not shocking to see you fail to address the issue at hand while simultaneously twisting my words to try to attack me on something I never actually said. Nice work, chubby.

  92. Majik Bullet says: Feb 18, 2010 11:42 AM

    Also brainiacs, me deciding to change the team who I root for is not flip flopping. It’s making a logical decision based on facts presented to me. You should try it sometime, it would be a refreshing change of pace from your normal routine of blindly following a guy who has accomplished absolutely nothing his entire career simply because he sports a stylish haircut and he has the title of GM (which Matt Millen once had).

  93. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 18, 2010 11:45 AM

    We all know nothing (you know less). True wisdom is realizig and accepting the notion of how little we do know about ourselves, the universe, and especially NFL Football. I hope your anger eases on you some day.

  94. Majik Bullet says: Feb 18, 2010 11:51 AM

    Super
    Don’t you find it somewhat odd how you constantly criticize my football knowledge, but when I challenge you on one of your many flawed takes, you have no reply and either run away, change the subject, or play the know nothing card?
    I would think someone of your obvious superior football intellect would have no trouble answering the unknowledgeable questions and rants of someone you have labeled a “football moron.”
    It’s an eerily similar to the situation in which you said you would break my face, but when provided an opportunity to make follow through on your claims, you cowered like a small child. Just a lot of talk with a clear inability to follow through and back anything up.

  95. Ruvell100 says: Feb 18, 2010 12:04 PM

    Majik- do you really want to rehash this? Who made this quote?
    “The Packers are not a good team. Good teams don’t lose to 0-7 teams.”
    So, did the Brett Favre led NFC Champion Packers lose to the 0-10 Colts in 97? You vanished back to Kiln as soon as I acknowledged my chronological mistake and proved the actual point.

  96. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 18, 2010 12:15 PM

    Yes also didnt this years world champions lose to Tampa? Which at 0-7 beat Green Bay? Majik arguing football with you is boring because your knowledge is very limited. You fail to see any big picture thins. You rely on what little you get from the TV to make yur opinions. I prefer to have intelligent debates with people that stimulate my brain. You do not. You don’t have the ability,and I hate to even use this phrase but, to “think outside of the box” So instead I just mindfu$k you. It’s much more entertaining then to try and debate football with a guy that isn’t on thes ame level and is very very very angry. You put off a bad negative vibe.

  97. Majik Bullet says: Feb 18, 2010 12:15 PM

    Ruvell
    Did the ’95 Super Bowl Champ Packers lose to the 0-10 Colts? Like I’ve told you, if you choose to mock people, you shouldn’t take offense when they turn around and do the same to you. If you can’t handle someone bringing up your foolishness, don’t act like a fool.
    As for the 97 Pack losing to the Colts, you are right, there are exceptions to every rule. But I was absolutely correct in saying GB was not as good as everyone in Wisco seemed to think they were. They had an unimpressive string of wins over the league’s doormats, then folded repeatedly when playing a decent team.

  98. Ruvell100 says: Feb 18, 2010 12:23 PM

    Majik hilariously says
    “Also brainiacs, me deciding to change the team who I root for is not flip flopping. It’s making a logical decision based on facts presented to me.”
    ____________
    And by logical, you mean, “If Brett Favre is on that team, they are my new favorite team.”

  99. Chickenfoot says: Feb 18, 2010 12:54 PM

    Don’t expect an educated retort. Chicken is still trying to figure out how the Saints have 29 “key” players as free agents. He is one of the many that does not realize what goes on behind closed dorrs and that we are just 2 percenters.
    ==================================
    You are an idiot, not I didn’t say it wa an idiotic post. i said you were an idiot.
    Majik has you pegged, so I will let him deal with you and your flip flopping condescending B.S.
    I’m done talking sports with you, period.
    Thought the personal stuff was off the table?
    Guess not.

  100. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 18, 2010 1:21 PM

    “I’m done talking sports with you, period.”

  101. Majik Bullet says: Feb 18, 2010 1:35 PM

    Ruvell
    Did the ’95 Super Bowl Champ Packers lose to the 0-10 Colts? Like I’ve told you, if you choose to mock people, you shouldn’t take offense when they turn around and do the same to you. If you can’t handle someone bringing up your foolishness, don’t act like a fool.
    As for the 97 Pack losing to the Colts, you are right, there are exceptions to every rule. But I was absolutely correct in saying GB was not as good as everyone in Wisco seemed to think they were. They had an unimpressive string of wins over the league’s doormats, then folded repeatedly when playing a decent team.

  102. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 18, 2010 1:37 PM

    Find it hard to be condescending when I am constantly calling myself a idiot. Lol! How can that be. You better be prepared to say those very words to me face to face next time I run into you.

  103. Majik Bullet says: Feb 18, 2010 1:48 PM

    Super
    You have the intellect of a 4 year old. You’re not “mindfu$king” anyone, even your real life friend has called you out as the idiot you are. You only make these futile claims because you’re too stupid to defend your own idiotic statements. And when you realize your own stupidity, you begin to attack the intelligence of those who have a painfully clear advantage in that department. It’s nothing new, and it’s quite a common practice among the idiots.
    And Chickenfoot,
    I’m surprised you haven’t realized by now how Super is a man of his word only until it proves to be a hindrance to the defense of his stupidity. Kind of like him telling me he would break my face, then giving me his email to set it up, which I obliged, only for him to go back on his word and weasel out of yet another confrontation. Just a run of the mill lying, spineless coward. I honestly don’t know how you can be around this dude on purpose, even if it is out of pity.

  104. Ruvell100 says: Feb 18, 2010 1:57 PM

    F..f..f…folded repeatedly, Majik? Doormats, Majik?
    San Fran 8-8
    Dallas 11-5 Division Champs
    Detroit sucks
    Baltimore 9-7 Playoff team
    Bears 7-9, but beat the Vikings.
    Last second loss to Pitt in a do or die game for them.
    Seattle is not good
    Arizona Division Champs
    3 out of their 7 second half wins were against playoff teams. Where do you come up with this stuff? And coming back from 21 down on the road in a playoff game is not exactly folding. Why am I even commenting on you anymore? Your depth of knowledge and reasoning is akin to a 2nd grader.

  105. Majik Bullet says: Feb 18, 2010 1:59 PM

    TheHydraPart6 says: February 18, 2010 1:37 PM
    Find it hard to be condescending when I am constantly calling myself a idiot. Lol! How can that be. You better be prepared to say those very words to me face to face next time I run into you.
    ____________
    This is one of the most ridiculous Super posts to date. You constantly saying that you’re a football idiot is what makes you condescending, you moron. You insult everyone else’s football knowledge, act like you know everything, then justify it by calling yourself a football idiot. Are you really that dumb to not know….. oh wait, I may have already answered that for myself.
    As for jeff being prepared to say it to your face, do you mean be prepared to say it and then proceed to watch you curl into the fetal position and cower like a child? I would love to say those words to your face, but you backed down, remember? It’s what you do. No one is buying into your pitiful attempt at tough talk here.

  106. Chickenfoot says: Feb 18, 2010 2:12 PM

    You said I wouldnt have an educated response. hence, you are an idiot. You really don’t think i’d say that to your face? Lol.
    Tough guy.

  107. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 18, 2010 3:19 PM

    “It’s nothing new, and it’s quite a common practice among the idiots.”

  108. Majik Bullet says: Feb 18, 2010 3:26 PM

    Ruvell
    I don’t know why you comment on me either, I wish you would stop. You just embarrass yourself more and more. Do you really count that win over Arizona as anything? Whis pulled his guys, McChubby played his, and they won a meaningless game. When it actually counted, the Pack lost to Zona. You’re right though, giving up 51 points in a playoff game isn’t folding, it’s snapping in half.

  109. Ruvell100 says: Feb 18, 2010 3:50 PM

    Waitin’ for that list, Jeff. And an educated response.

  110. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 18, 2010 3:50 PM

    Majik what would you call a 41-0 loss in a playoff game by your team? Oh they werent your team yet. Green Bay was still putting the best possible team on the field back them. But they don’t anymore. According to …the …Majkik…Bullet. So you just flipflop around with the biggest choke artist of a QB of all time. And the king of all that is picked!!! Trust me Majik. There were some of us packer fans calling for Favres head around 2003/4

  111. Majik Bullet says: Feb 18, 2010 4:49 PM

    Of course you were calling for his head. You need a scapegoat for your stupidity. You just admitted how incredibly dumb you really are. You were calling for the head of a QB who was consistently throwing 3600-4000 yards, and 30+ TD’s a year, with a terrible team around him.
    Yep, that’s brilliant. They should have cut him, and give Tim Couch his time to shine, right?
    And Aaron Rodgers has taken the ultimate choker crown. 8 times he has choked in a total of 32 games with a legit chance to lead a comeback, 5 ending in a pick. And let’s not forget his 0-1 playoff record, and his audition for the punting job where he kicked the ball to Dansby for the sad trip home. Looking at it percentage wise, which should trip your spread sheet loving trigger, Rodgers wins the title hands down.

  112. Pervy Harvin says: Feb 18, 2010 5:15 PM

    @TheHydraPart6 – Ok Ok you know why I’m a whigga? Ask your old lady. She says I’m white from the waist up! Mandingo down South.
    Oh..chickenfoot owns you.Give up!

  113. Ambrose says: Feb 18, 2010 6:06 PM

    Majik Bullet says:
    February 18, 2010 4:49 PM
    .”…Rodgers wins the title hands down.”
    ___________________________________
    Your rantings are as self-serving as any other wild-eyed Viking fan, barking in frustration over the inability of the Vikings to be relevant. You wish beyond hope that “The Mighty Favre” will not only lead you to the promised land, he will do it to the dismay of Packer fans. Good luck with that. Not only do we not care, if Favre was good enough to be the Packers QB…he would be the Packers QB. But he is (now) only good enough for you, not us. And do you know why we don’t care? Because he doesn’t have it anymore…like a punch-drunk old boxer that everyone starts to laugh at instead of remembering “how it used to be.” Old boxers are tough too…just not effective. Sound familiar?
    Rodgers has only played two years….but he played them better than the first two years of any quarterback IN THE HISTORY OF THE NFL! You can hardly get a reputation as a choker in only two years of service, as you are desperately trying to assign. I can guarantee you that nobody who makes their living knowing and understanding the NFL agrees with you..not at this point in his career.
    Give it up already. You lost. You lost because of the very reasons we Packer fans predicted. That must eat your guts out.

  114. Majik Bullet says: Feb 18, 2010 6:39 PM

    Ambrose
    You should stay out of conversations that don’t involve you, it will spare you some shame and embarrassment. What I said was directed solely at Super and his 43 IQ. But it does appear you are in the same range, saying as how you said Favre “doesn’t have it” anymore. If you watched this season, you would see he clearly still “has it,” even more so than Rodgers, seeing as how he outperformed him statistically and in overall wins.
    And if you really didn’t care, you wouldn’t be on here posting about it. If you really didn’t care, you would be busy talking about the “bright” future in GB, rather than the current state of your former QB and a team you despise. But here you are, 2 years removed from Favre’s last game in GB, still complaining about him and saying how he’s ineffective, even though he outperformed the guy who you say is one of the best.

  115. Pervy Harvin says: Feb 18, 2010 7:32 PM

    Ambrose says:
    Because he doesn’t have it anymore…like a punch-drunk old boxer that everyone starts to laugh at instead of remembering “how it used to be.” Old boxers are tough too…just not effective. Sound familiar?
    ————————————————–
    You come off like the old boxer that has been hit too much Ambroseypalm. Favre was one of the top 3 qb’s in the league this year. Are you just so ass burnt by Viking domination over the Packers?? Go stroke off or something….you are annoying the real football fans!

  116. packers4life says: Feb 18, 2010 11:47 PM

    “Also brainiacs, me deciding to change the team who I root for is not flip flopping. It’s making a logical decision based on facts presented to me.”
    Dude don’t even try saying you switched teams because of Thompson. You switched teams because Favre switched teams. Isn’t it obvious? You become a Viking fan when Favre became a Viking. Yet you try to make it seem it wasn’t by making up crap like what you just said
    Don’t worry though. You fit right in the Vikings fanbase. They are all jackasses and you are an jackass.

  117. packers4life says: Feb 18, 2010 11:59 PM

    “seeing as how he outperformed him statistically and in overall wins.”
    Oh wow. 3 more touchdowns and the same amount of interceptions is really outperformining him.
    “8 times he has choked in a total of 32 games with a legit chance to lead a comeback, 5 ending in a pick. And let’s not forget his 0-1 playoff record,”
    Dude do you know how many times this season he led his team back from behind? I know he did it against Minnesota…TWICE, in which the team was down by 10 or more. Against Pittsburgh where the Packers were also down by 10. Then against Arizona, where the score was 31-10.
    Don’t worry though. I’d be jealous too over a QB who has 58 touchdowns and only 20 interceptions in the last two years when Favre has 55 touchdowns and 29 interceptions the last two years.

  118. Ruvell100 says: Feb 19, 2010 10:09 AM

    Ambrose- You are wasting your time with Majik. If you push further, we will invariably go with his default defense, which is, “The Packers were 13-3 with Favre and 6-10 with Rodgers. That’s all that matters.” Guy can’t see 4 inches in front of his nose.
    Here is the gist of Majik in defense mode:
    IQ of 43. You work at McDonalds. Quit embarrasing yourself (even though you have discredited every point he’s made and he is known site wide as a joke.) I am the king of agronomy. You guys are making too much fun of me so I have to go on “yet another” vacation because I’m so successful in my field of agronomy.
    My personal fave is when Majik says to me, “Ruvell, you are known throughout this site as the biggest idiot on these boards.” The next Packer topic, “Aaron Rodgers Claims Darryl Tapp bit him,” Majik becomes yet again…well, just search it once.

  119. Majik Bullet says: Feb 19, 2010 10:17 AM

    packers4life
    Dude (really), you’re an idiot. I did switch teams because I can’t stand what Thompson is doing to GB. I picked the team Favre played on. When Favre hangs it up, I will remain a Viking fan, because I respect the team’s desire to win. I still root for the Jets as well.
    It’s funny how all of the Rodgers “comebacks” you listed all resulted in losses. That’s not really considered a comeback, especially since they never even took the lead in 3 of your 4 examples. If you had a brain, you would have mentioned the Bears game from Week 1, but you’re so stupid you list losses instead.
    And Favre didn’t only just throw more TD’s. He also had a higher QB rating, more 1st downs, more completions, less incompletions, less sacks, and less turnovers. And more wins. And Favre did that with a lot less accomplished group of receivers. That is being outperformed.
    And why would I be jealous of a QB with 17 wins in 2 years, when my favorite QB has won 22 games, including a playoff win? Nice try sport.

  120. Majik Bullet says: Feb 19, 2010 10:30 AM

    Ruvell
    I have never once called you the biggest idiot on here. It’s close, but that title goes to Super, without a doubt. If I inadvertently did so, I apologize, but you come in 2nd at best in that race, with some stiff competition. I never once said I am the “king of agronomy” just said I have a degree in it, when I was questioned as to why I wasn’t an NFL GM. And I don’t use the vacations as an excuse, I just go on them. I’ve gone on 2 this year, they just both fall in the winter time because of my work. Not bragging, just explaining my absence.
    But I do use the 43 IQ thing a lot, and I also firmly believe I’m giving far too much credit to most of you with this assessment. And the only people on this site who view me as a joke are the angry, bitter Pack fans who still can’t get over the loss of Favre. Most others agree with me on here, even a few logical Pack fans. As for you, you have never discredited any point I have made.
    And what are you trying to point out in the biting thread? How I logically explained how it was virtually impossible for Rodgers claim of being bitten by Tapp to be true?
    Now back to work. Super told me you guys have 2 buses in the parking lot, full of youngsters hungry for beef & cheddars that aren’t going to make themselves.

  121. Ruvell100 says: Feb 19, 2010 10:45 AM

    Show me one single Packer fan that agrees with you on this site in your opinion of Favre. There are TT haters, yes, but even Beer Cheese punked you out about your Favre infatuation.
    And don’t say Fan of Football. I do believe you have some knowledge of the game and you’re good for a battle during the monotony of the work day. NO ONE can ever match his level of worthlessness.

  122. Majik Bullet says: Feb 19, 2010 11:16 AM

    Footballrulz and I have had many a civil conversation, and agreed on many things. And Beer Cheese and I have had some agreements as well, but it’s not eye to eye on everything. Nobody is ever in 100% agreement on another person”s views. But most people who use logical, rational thinking can find common ground on most things.
    And then there are the majority of Packer fans…

  123. Ruvell100 says: Feb 19, 2010 1:29 PM

    Completely wrong. Nobody is ever in 100% agreement on another person’s views? Is that why 90% of Packer fans believe Thompson has done a good job with this team and that it was in the best interest of the Packers to let Favre go?
    Your opinion is shared by Fan_of_Four and casual NFL watchers who like Brett because “he’s hot.” Quit pretending you are the norm, Obama. You are an outlier in the equation. How come 11-5 never bothered you when Brett was the quarterback? Because you’re a pathetic idol worshipper, the epitome of a weak-minded, insecure man. Face it, we are a good young team with an endless season ticket waiting list. Glad we could purge your ilk out of the system.

  124. Chickenfoot says: Feb 19, 2010 1:35 PM

    Majik Bullet says:
    February 19, 2010 11:16 AM
    Footballrulz and I have had many a civil conversation, and agreed on many things. And Beer Cheese and I have had some agreements as well, but it’s not eye to eye on everything. Nobody is ever in 100% agreement on another person”s views. But most people who use logical, rational thinking can find common ground on most things.
    And then there are the majority of Packer fans…
    =================================
    Nicely spoken Majik!!

  125. Majik Bullet says: Feb 19, 2010 2:01 PM

    Ruvell
    Once again, you entirely miss the point. I didn’t say that people don’t agree 100% on individual opinions. I said that nobody agrees on every single opinion. Obviously, some people totally agree on certain things, just not every thing.
    Think of it like this. While you and Super both agree 100% that Ted Thompson is awesome and that your special time together works best with Super as the receiver, you disagree on fast food career paths. Super is an Arby’s man, you work at the Golden Arches.

  126. Majik Bullet says: Feb 19, 2010 2:31 PM

    Chickenfoot says: February 19, 2010 1:35 PM
    Nicely spoken Majik!!
    ____________-
    Thanks jeff. Where’s your buddy Super? He kind of disappeared, again, after I made him look stupid, again, for saying he was calling for Favre’s head 7 years ago.

  127. Ruvell100 says: Feb 19, 2010 2:41 PM

    Only Fan of Favre agrees 100% with you. My list is endless. Does Super really work at Arby’s? This joke has gone on so long I don’t know what to believe.
    The stock options associated with my McDonalds job are quite impressive.

  128. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 19, 2010 3:17 PM

    “Does Super really work at Arby’s?”

  129. Chickenfoot says: Feb 19, 2010 3:29 PM

    Yes, Super does. Who do you think fills the horsey sauce containers?
    What do you think he fills them with.
    Super is a chronic masterbater…….

  130. Majik Bullet says: Feb 19, 2010 3:34 PM

    Ruvell
    No, Fan of Favre doesn’t agree with me 100%. He believes you being dropped on your head a considerable amount of times as a child is the root of your ignorance, while I firmly believe you were just born with a terrible case of stupid.
    Just curious, let’s see that endless list. I can’t wait to see the lineup of geniuses you muster up, probably headlined by Super, Ambrose, and packers4life, 3 proven idiots, one even self admitted.
    And yes, Super really works at Arby’s, in LaCrosse. Stay away from the Horsey sauce.

  131. Chickenfoot says: Feb 19, 2010 4:24 PM

    TheHydraPart6 says:
    February 19, 2010 3:17 PM
    “Does Super really work at Arby’s?”

  132. Ruvell100 says: Feb 19, 2010 4:28 PM

    “No, Fan of Favre doesn’t agree with me 100%. He believes you being dropped on your head a considerable amount of times as a child is the root of your ignorance, while I firmly believe you were just born with a terrible case of stupid.”
    _______
    Not even close to funny or witty.
    “Just curious, let’s see that endless list”
    _______
    I would consider Super more knowledgable and far more long range than you. Ambrose, A-C Sheftersen, Badfish, Gobias, packers4life, footballrulz and a host of others (including Pervy) take more stock in my urine than all of your posts combined.
    I suppose that Jalapeno Popper filling isn’t cream cheese either, is it. That would be a serious blow to my psyche.

  133. Pervy Harvin says: Feb 19, 2010 4:48 PM

    Loaded Potato Bites Regular: $2.79 Large: $4.59
    A blend of seasoned potatoes, aged cheddar cheese, bacon and chives in a crispy coating.
    Served with Super’s own hand churned cream sauce……please God! Tell me that isn’t so! I’m never getting them again!

  134. Majik Bullet says: Feb 19, 2010 5:56 PM

    Ruvell
    Who are these host of others? And when have Pervy or footballrulz and I ever gotten into it? And you thinking Super has any knowledge whatsoever just proves how incredibly stupid you really are.
    As for your other shining examples, the combined IQ of all of them falls just shy of the century mark, like I told you it would, Adam-Chris not included. He’s about the only one of that motley crew that can tie his own shoes.
    And obviously it was funny, otherwise it wouldn’t have bothered you so much.

  135. packers4life says: Feb 19, 2010 6:04 PM

    “And Favre didn’t only just throw more TD’s. He also had a higher QB rating, more 1st downs, more completions, less incompletions, less sacks, and less turnovers. And more wins. And Favre did that with a lot less accomplished group of receivers. That is being outperformed.
    And why would I be jealous of a QB with 17 wins in 2 years, when my favorite QB has won 22 games, including a playoff win? Nice try sport.”
    Teams win games, not QBs.
    Rodgers also had 10 games this season in which he finished with a QB rating over 100. Favre had 9. Rodgers also only had one game in which he finished with a QB rating lower than 80. Favre, on the other hand, had 5.

  136. Majik Bullet says: Feb 19, 2010 6:49 PM

    And right on cue, packers4life chimes in with another idiotic statement to help support my statement of Ruvell’s idiot patrol. Thanks bud. We’re talking about the scope of a season, and you try to justify your stupidity by pointing out single games. Thanks.

  137. packers4life says: Feb 19, 2010 9:22 PM

    MajikWoman,
    Here is an idea. Quit stalking every story that involves the Packers. Everyone on this site (except for your fellow loser Viking fan chickenfoot) is getting tired of you crying about what Thompson did to your crush. And don’t even try to make it seem otherwise. Every one of your lousy posts is slamming Rodgers and the Packers, which only means one thing…you still aren’t over it. In every chance you get, you try to make Rodgers seem like a bad QB because you can’t stand to see him actually do a successful job replacing Favre. You were hoping he would crash and burn. Guess what though? He didn’t. He is playing just as good as Favre is right now.
    And it is funny how you call Packer fans ‘stupid’ and ‘idiotic’ because of their posts when your posts are the same way. You don’t see that though because you always label yourself as a genius that knows everything. Sorry but when you are a Viking fan, there is no such thing as a ‘genius’.

  138. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 19, 2010 10:51 PM

    Pervy Harvin says:
    February 19, 2010 4:48 PM
    Loaded Potato Bites Regular: $2.79 Large: $4.59
    A blend of seasoned potatoes, aged cheddar cheese, bacon and chives in a crispy coating.
    Served with Super’s own hand churned cream sauce……please God! Tell me that isn’t so! I’m never getting them again!
    ——
    Pervy!!! My whigga!! Oh it is so. Think of the most horrific thing you can about our great tasting Roast Beef and Cheddars…I mean the absolute worst thing that could be done to it before its put in your bag. then double it. thats how disgusting we are at times.

  139. Majik Bullet says: Feb 20, 2010 9:02 AM

    packers4life
    I’ve seen your idiotic BS all over the Viking boards, so you don’t have a leg to stand on in telling me to stay off of Packer threads. This is the typical double standard we have come to expect from Packer fans. Kind of like how Favre single handedly lost all of those games, but when a Rodgers led team loses, it’s a team game.
    Most of my posts don’t slam Rodgers, I actually think he’s a pretty good player, just not as good as the guy he replaced. I have given Rodgers props many times on here. I only revert to slamming him when some idiot tries to say he is better than Favre, or that Favre is the ultimate choker.
    I am clearly over Favre moving on. I root for him, and his new team, who I will continue to root for once Favre hangs it up for good. I don’t cry about what happened, I think it’s great. I love the fact that Ted threw Favre on the trash heap, and he came back to show the entire world how stupid of a move it was. Twice.
    You clearly aren’t over it, as you still claim to hate the guy you once adored. The real question here is what will the entire Packer fan base have to whine and complain about once Favre does call it quits?

  140. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 20, 2010 1:59 PM

    “The real question here is what will the entire Packer fan base have to whine and complain about once Favre does call it quits?”
    —-
    your sorry ass posts. You flip flop teams based on a player. Its so sad. i hope you find peace. you are very angry. go get high on something.

  141. Majik Bullet says: Feb 20, 2010 3:09 PM

    Super
    You complain about my “surface thinking,” yet you unable to comprehend a very simple sentiment that I have explained to you multiple times. I didn’t jump ship because of a player, I did so because of the management. This isn’t a difficult concept to grasp, yet you just don’t get it.
    And I’ll find peace as soon as you stop being such a pansy and make good on your promise to break my face. I may be angry, but I’d rather be angry than spineless. I can get prescriptions for any anger issues that, according to you, I have.But it would take major surgery to get yourself a set of balls, which you clearly don’t have.

  142. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 20, 2010 4:46 PM

    Majik you became a jets fan by coincidence then? Also a Viking fan by coincidence? Do you really believe Thompson didn’t field the best team he possibly could that year? the man retired! Possibly so he could go somwhere else where there were more vets. You and I don’t know!! It was inevitable that Favre would be gone someday. Rodgers needed to play. Favre retired. Done with this argument. For you to be so naive to think a GM would intentionally hold his team back is like talking to someone that thinks games are fixed.

  143. packers4life says: Feb 20, 2010 8:51 PM

    “You clearly aren’t over it, as you still claim to hate the guy you once adored. The real question here is what will the entire Packer fan base have to whine and complain about once Favre does call it quits?”
    Dude. Did I ever say I hated Favre in any of my posts? No, I didn’t. I never did. I never used those three words in any one my posts. Ever.
    I may have said I didn’t like him mainly because he is with the Vikings but I never said I hated him. If I did, I would love some proof from you.

  144. Majik Bullet says: Feb 21, 2010 1:48 PM

    Yes Super, I honestly believe Ted failed to field the best team possible. Fielding the best team possible would have included keeping Favre on the roster, which in turn would have prevented the drafting of Brian Brohm. It was an incredible failure. This is something you should be familiar with.

  145. packers4life says: Feb 21, 2010 3:45 PM

    Majik,
    Would it kill you to say any of Thompson’s best draft picks instead of going straight to the bad ones?

  146. Majik Bullet says: Feb 21, 2010 4:11 PM

    Moron
    Why would I bring up one of Ted’s 5 good picks out of 52? When trying to prove a point, logic dictates the use of facts supporting one’s arguments, and not to use the rare exception that goes against the norm. Common sense man, try it sometime.

  147. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 21, 2010 11:13 PM

    Majik,
    The King of all that is picked retired. Thank our lucky stars that you have no say in anything other than plant shit……….hallleluah…holy shit…where’s the tylenol?

  148. Majik Bullet says: Feb 22, 2010 10:55 AM

    Super, you do know Jordan retired, then unretired, and his team went on to win 3 titles. He was allowed to come back because his GM and coach realized he was the best player on the team, and decided to deal with his indecisiveness.
    And for the record, plants don’t defecate. You’re as clueless about that as you are everything else.

  149. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 22, 2010 12:09 PM

    Majik,
    I see you were destroyed in the holmgren debate. I am not the lone individual on here that thinks you cant see past your nose. You think the 2004 Green Bay Packers were a team on the rise? They were in horrible shape, Harlan knew it, and hired Thompson to come in and rebuild and clean it up. 2005 would have happened if Sherman was GM by the way. if you deny that well then you are beyond help. What a clown…

  150. Majik Bullet says: Feb 22, 2010 2:11 PM

    Super, you do know Jordan retired, then unretired, and his team went on to win 3 titles. He was allowed to come back because his GM and coach realized he was the best player on the team, and decided to deal with his indecisiveness.
    And for the record, plants don’t defecate. You’re as clueless about that as you are everything else.

  151. Majik Bullet says: Feb 22, 2010 3:21 PM

    How was I “destroyed” in that thread? The guy made the point for me that 10 of the 22 starters on the Super Bowl winning team were not drafted by the Saints, including the MVP of the Super Bowl and their defensive MVP. Only in your eyes is that me getting destroyed. Everyone else, including the guy saying it as evidenced by his disappearance, realized I was right.
    I’m looking at the big picture here, the Saints are champs and set up to be great for a while. And the best players on that team were free agent signings. Just because I don’t believe in Ted’s 5 year plan, which has them exactly where they were 5 years ago, doesn’t mean I can’t “see past my nose.” It just means I disagree with a guy who has achieved absolutely nothing in 10 years of football management other than a record barely above .500 and 1 playoff win. He left Seattle a mess, with 16 free agents, and a defense that needed to get rid of 6 starters to be competitive. And he was only saved this year by a lack of a CBA.
    But the guy keeps an accurate checkbook, so you think he’s great, and so you think that makes you a big picture thinker. It really just makes you a fan of an accountant.
    And if Ted’s 5 year plan was designed to end in an embarrassing loss in which they gave up 51 points to an average offense, I can’t wait to see his 10 year plan.

  152. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 22, 2010 3:54 PM

    The next ten years sees Lombardi trophy 4, 5, and 6 find their places in the GBP trophy case. Guaranteed. While Minnesota doesnt know who their QB will be, where they will play, or if Brad Childress is one of the Greys…

  153. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 22, 2010 5:01 PM

    Majik comparing Favre to Jordan is insulting to Jordan. two completely different situations anyway. That’s like comparing Arby’s horseysauce to ketchup. Two different worlds

  154. Majik Bullet says: Feb 22, 2010 5:38 PM

    Super
    I’m glad you just guaranteed that. Based on the outcome of your other guarantees, you have essentially guaranteed zero Lombardis in the next 10 years.
    As long as Ted Thompson is running that team, the Packers will not go to or win a Super Bowl. Guaranteed.
    And yes, Jordan and Favre were different situations. Because the Bulls actually had a GM smart enough to let the best player in franchise history come back after retiring and changing his mind, the Packers didn’t.
    But other than that, not much difference. Both retired after great seasons, both had been considering retirement for years, and both were considered one of the greatest ever to play their respective sports, achieving multiple accolades along the way. And both guys clearly had a lot left in the tank upon their initial retirement. The only difference is that Favre didn’t wait a year and a half to return.

  155. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 22, 2010 10:29 PM

    No No No Majik. Favre has NEVER been considered the best to ever play. Jordan won 3 world titles before he retired and there are some beliefs Stern asked him to take a break due to his gambling. I cannot confirm that. What I CAN confirn just like Donny the Retard is that Michael Jordan is MILES above what Brett Favre ever was or ever will be.

  156. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 22, 2010 10:42 PM

    Jordan quite possibly was forced out of the NBA due to his gambling

  157. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 23, 2010 9:36 AM

    Bullshit Majik. Jordan retired after his fathers death. he wanted to play baseball or the NBA told him to disappear for awhile due to his gambling problem. We may never know the truth. Favre had been publicly dickin’ around after the 2003 season at age 34 after the Philly heave in OT. Every off season “I dont know” etc etc. A couple of us around here were calling for him to be traded after 2004. Which ironically is when Arod was drafted. Hmmm…

  158. Chickenfoot says: Feb 23, 2010 10:19 AM

    You WERE NOT cakking for him to be traded in 04!
    2 years max you’ve been calling for that.
    No one knew what Rodgers would be when he was drafted.
    Hindsight is always nice to have though isn’t it?
    You never know though, he could be Duante, have a few good seasons and then be a sack of crap for the rest of his career.
    Don’t say it can’t happen.
    You think you know, but you really don’t know. You know?

  159. Majik Bullet says: Feb 23, 2010 10:59 AM

    I never said Favre was THE best ever, just one of the best. And yes, many pundits and NFL experts have said that. Just because you, a know nothing, don’t like him anymore because he wears purple doesn’t change that.
    And stop lying about how you were calling for Favre’s head, wishing for him to be traded, blah blah blah. I know you’re lying, and your friend chicken even acknowledges your lies.
    As for Jordan, he also had been pondering retirement for at least 2 years, after the 1st title. He wrote about it in his book. And nice conspiracy theory about Stern pushing Jordan out. Kind of like my opinion that Thompson pushed Favre out, that you immediately dismissed. But since the Jordan theory is one that supports your stupidity, you decide it’s ok to run with it. I love the double standards at work here, quite typical of the Ted loving Packer fan.

  160. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 23, 2010 11:00 AM

    Yes I was after the Viking loss I said its time to move on. this guy just doesnt have it. It was january 2005 and me and a friend both agreed…it was time. favre simply doesnt have the IT factor anymore. If he ever had it. Starting over involves many unknowns. The QB situation would have been a huge unknown. Sort of like what Minnesota is going thru currently. But Sometimes you have to take a step backwards to take two forward. thankfully thats what Thompson did. So grateful. While saying grace at the dinner table this past holiday blessings were given to thompson for that very reason.

  161. Majik Bullet says: Feb 23, 2010 11:17 AM

    Yep, Favre sure lost it. He was terrible this year. Just doesn’t have it. I wonder what kind of numbers Favre would have put up if he did have “it.”
    And what kind of a dumb ass gives blessings to a GM of a football team at a holiday dinner table? How sad is your life to give blessings in honor of a man you have never met? Come on Matt, you’re better than that. Just stop lying.

  162. Chickenfoot says: Feb 23, 2010 11:36 AM

    Hydra:
    Who did you give thanks to?
    Jabba the hut?
    You can’t believe in God and Aliens both.
    I fear for your sanity my freind.

  163. TheHydraPart6 says: Feb 23, 2010 1:10 PM

    Chickenfoot says:
    February 23, 2010 11:36 AM
    Hydra:
    Who did you give thanks to?
    Jabba the hut?
    You can’t believe in God and Aliens both.
    I fear for your sanity my freind.

  164. Majik Bullet says: Feb 23, 2010 1:35 PM

    Super
    Not that hard to do with the email address you gave me. Surprising a business owner as savvy as yourself didn’t realize this. Speaking of your business, how do your clients feel entrusting their money to a guy who has trouble managing his own finances and has a habit of getting behind the wheel after tying one on? You’re a class act, man.

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