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Team needs: NFC North

[Editor's note: The following is our sixth in a series of NFL
Draft team needs by division  We've looked at the AFC
East
, AFC
North
, AFC South, NFC
South
, and NFC
West
.]

Chicago

1. OT: Former first-round pick Chris Williams is settled in as Chicago’s long-term left tackle, but the team needs better protection on the right side to execute new offensive coordinator Mike Martz’s pass-heavy scheme.  Journeymen Kevin Shaffer and Frank Omiyale are currently the Bears’ top options.

2. S: In the Bears’ Tampa 2 defense, safeties need to be able to cover.  Range-challenged Craig Steltz is penciled in at free safety for now, while strong-side safety Danieal Manning is constantly being shuttled around the secondary.  “In the box” type Al Afalava and 2008 starter Kevin Payne seem to have fallen out of favor.

3. DE: Julius Peppers gives the Bears the double-digit sack threat they’ve lacked since their 2006 Super Bowl run, but the other end position remains a weakness.  Israel Idonije has never been more than a swing-type reserve, Mark Anderson has just 4.5 sacks in the last two seasons, and 2009 draft picks Henry Melton and Jarron Gilbert showed little as rookies.

4. WR: Devin Aromashodu seems poised for a breakout year and Devin Hester should be more effective as a slot receiver in Martz’s wideout-friendly system, while Johnny Knox brings speed and Earl Bennett efficiency off the bench.  However, the Bears’ receiver corps is anything but “proven.”  Obviously, they won’t fix that problem on draft weekend.

Detroit

1. CB: Trade acquisition Chris Houston should be more effective in the Lions’ press-man scheme, but the secondary is otherwise perilously thin.  Eric King and Jonathan Wade were often abused in coverage last year, DeAngelo Smith is roster fodder, and Jonathan Hefney spent 2009 with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

2. RB: Kevin Smith struggled badly to start last season, and is questionable for opening day as he comes off a torn ACL.  Maurice Morris is a replacement-level talent.  There’s heavy speculation that Detroit will use its second-round pick on Jahvid Best from California.

3. OT: Current Lions left tackle Jeff Backus is annually among the league leaders in sacks allowed, and turns 33 before the season.  Right tackle Gosder Cherilus has failed to meet expectations as a former first-round pick.  The Lions are believed to be interested in trading down to draft Russell Okung, though if they stay put Ndamukong Suh offers too much value to pass.

4. DE: The Lions are rolling the dice that injury-prone 31-year-old Kyle Vanden Bosch can stay healthy and regain his burst off the weak-side edge.  The team’s options on the left side are aging Jared DeVries, who’s coming off a torn Achilles’ tendon, and special teamer Jason Hunter.  Undersized Cliff Avril is ticketed for a nickel rushing role.

Green Bay

1. OT: 34-year-old left tackle Chad Clifton is a poor bet to play 16 games, and the Packers acknowledged as much by protecting themselves with per-game roster bonuses in his new contract.  Right tackle Mark Tauscher turns 33 in June.  A long-term solution is needed, and USC’s Charles Brown should appeal to G.M. Ted Thompson if he’s available at No. 23.

2. CB: All-Pro Charles Woodson is entering his age-34 season, 35-year-old Al Harris is coming off a torn ACL, and Tramon Williams will play 2010 on a one-year contract.  With the Packers getting nothing from former second-round pick Patrick Lee, it’s time for Thompson to invest another early selection on a future starter.

3. LB: No. 1 in the league in 2009 run defense, the Packers are strong and deep at inside linebacker.  More production is needed at the outside linebacker spot opposite Clay Matthews, however.  Brad Jones, a seventh-round pick last year, showed well in coverage and run support, but managed just four sacks.  Jeremy Thompson also has a career-threatening neck injury.

4. RB: The Packers are pleased with Brandon Jackson as a blitz-pickup specialist, but he doesn’t do enough with the ball in his hands.  Green Bay has entertained the idea of signing free agent Brian Westbrook, indicating Thompson’s desire to upgrade at third-down back.

Minnesota

1. CB: Top corner Antoine Winfield turns 33 in June and fellow starter Cedric Griffin is recovering from a torn ACL.  2009 third-round pick Asher Allen has promise, but Minnesota is otherwise short on quality cornerback depth.

2. C/G: Incumbent starting center John Sullivan is a replaceable talent, and left guard Steve Hutchinson showed signs of decline last year as Adrian Peterson set a career low in yards-per-carry average, especially struggling down the stretch.  Florida’s Maurkice Pouncey should be on G.M. Rick Spielman’s radar in the first round.

3. RB: Chester Taylor’s departure in free agency has forced the Vikings to get creative behind Peterson, converting wide receiver Darius Reynaud to running back and touting former undrafted free agent Albert Young as a possible replacement.

4. QB: Brett Favre and Tarvaris Jackson are both in contract years.  Sage Rosenfels couldn’t even beat out Jackson to be Favre’s backup last season.  The Vikings would do well to find a developmental quarterback in the draft’s middle rounds, assuming Notre Dame’s Jimmy Clausen doesn’t fall into their lap at No. 30.

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  1. JimmySmith says: Apr 18, 2010 5:23 PM

    No way the vikings can draft Clausen, GM BrINT Favre would have a bruised vagina and ego and will surely take out it out on Col Klink’s puckered pink eye on his next trip to Mississippi.

  2. ToledoLions says: Apr 18, 2010 5:36 PM

    Jason Hunter is NOT a special teams player. He started 9 games last year and had 34 tackles, 5.0 sacks, and 3 pass deflections. He will probably be the starter opposite KVB on most downs.

  3. Beer Cheese Soup says: Apr 18, 2010 7:45 PM

    You’re right on with the OL, CB, and LB, but you forgot the most obvious and glaring need the Packers have:
    GM.

  4. allday28 says: Apr 18, 2010 8:43 PM

    Vikings will draft Devin McCourty at pick 30

  5. PurpleRaid12 says: Apr 19, 2010 6:49 AM

    JimmieSmith says:
    “will surely take out it out on Col Klink’s…”
    __________________________________________________
    You know, if you’re going to make an attempt (a very poor attempt at that) to insult an entire organization or coaching staff, it would help to check for grammatical errors every once and a while. However when 80% of Green Bay’s fan base is illiterate because they didn’t finish High School I can’t fault you to much… Thanks for showing up today Jim.

  6. Ambrose says: Apr 19, 2010 9:00 AM

    PurpleRaid12 says:
    April 19, 2010 6:49 AM
    when 80% of Green Bay’s fan base is illiterate because they didn’t finish High School I can’t fault you to much…
    —————————————————————————————————-
    Yawn. I think you meant “too” much, didn’t you? Not “to”. And you are the Rhodes Scholar over there I presume?

  7. PURPLESTEEZ says: Apr 19, 2010 10:50 AM

    people who comment on grammer instead of football on this site-NEED TO GET A JOB AND A LIFE-WEB SITE NAME—-PROFOOTBALLTALK.COM-NOT PROBITCHTALK.COM-DAM

  8. Beer Cheese Soup says: Apr 19, 2010 2:20 PM

    That is very deep and meaningful insight there Suck. You make some excellent points. Now, would you care to make an actual argument, as to WHY I’m an idiot, why you feel my assessment is wrong, and so on? Maybe include some facts?
    Oh yeah, that’s right. You don’t HAVE any argument, and things like facts and truth will only make you look worse.
    Cue the address….

  9. BigBenBangedBarbisBackside says: Apr 19, 2010 3:14 PM

    WOW……Such hatred in here….
    Bottom line , to all the Cheezecurds that are still sore that Favre is a Viking, and a the Vikings are a much more superior team these days, I am sure it upsets you! I would be upset too, if my hated rivals were so clearly better that us.
    In every aspect of the game….Depth, talent, coaching, you name it!
    You have a promising young QB, and a stud WR in Jennings….other than that….dont think so!

  10. PurpleRaid12 says: Apr 19, 2010 3:15 PM

    “You’re right on with the OL, CB, and LB, but you forgot the most obvious and glaring need the Packers have:
    GM.”
    _______________________________________________
    Don”t let HydraSuckers read that Beer! He may have a heart attack…….. On second thought, maybe he should read it.

  11. Vikadontis Rex says: Apr 19, 2010 3:50 PM

    Id love to see the Vikings get Pouncey in the 1st, a DB in the 2nd, and McCoy or Decker in the 3rd.

  12. Beer Cheese Soup says: Apr 19, 2010 4:08 PM

    BigBenBangedBarbisBackside says:
    WOW……Such hatred in here….
    Bottom line , to all the Cheezecurds that are still sore that Favre is a Viking, and a the Vikings are a much more superior team these days, I am sure it upsets you! I would be upset too, if my hated rivals were so clearly better that us.
    ____________________________________
    Here we go again with Viking fans thinking we’re somehow jealous of them because of Favre.
    It’s like this guy, who came up out of nowhere when I was shooting pool and told me “Hey dude, you know that one chick you were banging, like two years ago, but you got sick of her constant bitching and you kicked her to the curb? Well, she’s with ME now. What of it?”
    Yeah.. and? If I had a problem with her going around with other guys, I wouldn’t have tossed her out like eight-month-old cabbage, you stupid douche. Do you think I care who she’s with now?? I’d much rather it be you than me!
    Likewise with Brett. If we wanted him, we would have kept him. We didn’t, so we went with someone better. Do we care what team Brett plays for now that we threw his ass on the street? Not really, no. Sorry.
    You’re right about one thing. As much as I hate to say it, the Vikings are clearly the superior team. But that isn’t because of Brett, and it sure as HELL isn’t because of the crossdressing, miscounting, 190 lbs of rompin, stompin steel and dynamite you guys laughably call a coach.
    It’s simply because our front office likes to save money more than they like to win football games. Don’t worry however, because that is temporary. Soon enough we’ll get our priorities straight and hire the right people. And when that happens, watch out.
    We played last year with mediocre talent and extremely bland playcalling, and we still made the playoffs. Now just imagine what can happen when we start TRYING to be successful. Enjoy the division crown while you have it. It won’t be for long.

  13. Beer Cheese Soup says: Apr 19, 2010 4:24 PM

    PurpleRaid12 says:
    Don”t let HydraSuckers read that Beer! He may have a heart attack…….. On second thought, maybe he should read it.
    ____________________________________
    He did already. He even replied, but his post was taken down. That should tell you enough.

  14. PurpleRaid12 says: Apr 19, 2010 5:27 PM

    Oh yeah…. he’s always so clever with his response. I’m sure it was something along the lines of: “TED THOMPSON IS THE GREATEST G.M. EVER. HE COULD KICK YOUR ASS IN A FIGHT!”

  15. Clay Matthews Band says: Apr 19, 2010 5:36 PM

    BeerCheeseSoup-
    Have fun agreeing with Queens fans. Your armchair Gm ideas are disgraceful. After all Ted has done to help our Packers, your going to sit around and pretend your not just salty about the Hillbilly leaving? Raji and Claymaker wasn’t a good enough first round for you? You yourself could do better? Come on….Get a grip. If you can’t see Ted’s abilities than you should just find a new team because he isn’t going anywhere!

  16. chickenragnarpartdeux says: Apr 19, 2010 6:01 PM

    That must be suckers (clay matthews band)

  17. Clay Matthews Band says: Apr 19, 2010 6:09 PM

    wrong again

  18. sven_ftw says: Apr 19, 2010 6:46 PM

    hutch may be getting older, but playing with a shoulder injury the entire year may have had a tad to do with his performance…
    not quite an insider, but i assume shoulders are important for a lineman.

  19. GirthyOne says: Apr 19, 2010 7:30 PM

    I think you did a nice job on these with Green Bay, Chicago and Minnesota. Detroit absolutely needs a OT as bad as anyone though, you might think about moving that up in your Lion’s needs.
    Good stuff there, Beer Cheese Soup!

  20. progman4all says: Apr 19, 2010 8:20 PM

    The Lions have been trying to get a stable left guard next to Backus forever, but it’ ll probably be retirement time for both Raiola and Backus by the time they get one. I know they picked up Sims from the Hawks, but he doesn’t quite have enough koolaid burst to stop the whining (albeit, mine). Either way, seems like that should still be high priority.
    They also have nothing to pair with Delmas. Praying Bullocks’ knee returns to form aint too bright.
    I’d say DT but that’s probably more stable with Sammie Hill being adequate and Corey Williams beefing things up. Everyone else as far as the Cohens and Fluellen are lucky to make the roster.
    LB now has a bit of a hole. Sims finally seemed to be coming around towards the end of the year, but maybe he was a concussion away from retirement. Coaches were high on Dizon last year, but Christ… And that’s it. Overpaying for Peterson and a second year man in Levy are ok starters.

  21. GOVIKES|GOVIKES says: Apr 19, 2010 8:53 PM

    Arguing on the internet is like competing in the special olympics. Even if you win you’re still retarded.
    On topic: hope we get Pouncey, Clausen, or Taylor Mays.
    P.S. GO VIKES!!

  22. JimmySmithisaPuss says: Apr 19, 2010 9:16 PM

    Beer Cheese Soup says:
    “It’s like this guy, who came up out of nowhere when I was shooting pool and told me “Hey dude, you know that one chick you were banging, like two years ago, but you got sick of her constant bitching and you kicked her to the curb? Well, she’s with ME now. What of it?”
    Yeah.. and? If I had a problem with her going around with other guys, I wouldn’t have tossed her out like eight-month-old cabbage, you stupid douche. Do you think I care who she’s with now?? I’d much rather it be you than me!”
    _________________________________
    Kind of disrespectful to speak of your mom that way.

  23. chickenragnarpartdeux says: Apr 19, 2010 9:27 PM

    Clay Matthews Band says:
    April 19, 2010 6:09 PM
    wrong again
    ===================
    Is that you Jimi?
    After your diatribe on that other thread, Id assume you’d have to change your name….

  24. progman4all says: Apr 19, 2010 9:55 PM

    Are there always this many cat fights?

  25. Beer Cheese Soup says: Apr 19, 2010 10:52 PM

    progman4all says:
    Are there always this many cat fights?
    ____________________________________
    Only in the Packers, Vikings, Bears, Eagles, Cowboys, Steelers, Ravens and (sometimes) Seahawks threads. You’re safe everywhere else.

  26. shaggytoodle says: Apr 20, 2010 1:27 AM

    TT is a good GM, he gets players for the system that work well together. I think he may trade out of the first round if all the DBs and OTs he really wants are gone, that way no 1st round money would be spent and we can let one of those early teams in the second round move back up to grab one of “their” guys. I could care less where the former players go. Especially the ones that are feel they deserve to be above the team. What do you call a Viking with a superbowl ring? A former gb packer

  27. Charles Wood says: Apr 20, 2010 8:38 AM

    PurpleRaid12… you may want to use spellcheck on your own posts. The word “too” is spelled with two “o”s when used.

  28. jimicos says: Apr 20, 2010 10:32 AM

    chickenragnarpartdeux says:
    April 19, 2010 9:27 PM
    Is that you Jimi?
    After your diatribe on that other thread, Id assume you’d have to change your name….
    ————————-
    Sorry, douche. I just came across this thread.

  29. This is not news says: Apr 20, 2010 11:41 AM

    # JimmySmith says: April 18, 2010 5:23 PM
    No way the vikings can draft Clausen, GM BrINT Favre would have a bruised vagina and ego and will surely take out it out on Col Klink’s puckered pink eye on his next trip to Mississippi.
    ————–
    Nuggets like this are what keep me reading the comments. Thanks, this was golden.

  30. Supersuckers says: Apr 20, 2010 11:54 AM

    As did I. Is this the one where I said Beer Cheese is a idiot? Oh well. Any non surface thinking fan realizes moves are calculated and a non move really is a move because there is a reason that it wasn’t made that the rest of us have no idea about. But stay on that surface 8th grade level of thinking Beer Cheese. If we win it all in the next couple of years maybe then the lightbulb will come on.

  31. DDJesus says: Apr 20, 2010 12:16 PM

    # Clay Matthews Band says: April 19, 2010 5:36 PM
    BeerCheeseSoup-
    Have fun agreeing with Queens fans. Your armchair Gm ideas are disgraceful. After all Ted has done to help our Packers, your going to sit around and pretend your not just salty about the Hillbilly leaving? Raji and Claymaker wasn’t a good enough first round for you? You yourself could do better? Come on….Get a grip. If you can’t see Ted’s abilities than you should just find a new team because he isn’t going anywhere!
    _______________
    +1. Let’s just ignore all of the great players TT has added just because he decided to dump Brett Favre.

  32. Supersuckers says: Apr 20, 2010 12:20 PM

    shaggytoodle says:
    April 20, 2010 1:27 AM
    TT is a good GM, he gets players for the system that work well together. I think he may trade out of the first round if all the DBs and OTs he really wants are gone, that way no 1st round money would be spent and we can let one of those early teams in the second round move back up to grab one of “their” guys. I could care less where the former players go. Especially the ones that are feel they deserve to be above the team. What do you call a Viking with a superbowl ring? A former gb packer
    ————
    Well said.

  33. chickenragnarpartdeux says: Apr 20, 2010 12:26 PM

    jimicos says:
    April 20, 2010 10:32 AM
    chickenragnarpartdeux says:
    April 19, 2010 9:27 PM
    Is that you Jimi?
    After your diatribe on that other thread, Id assume you’d have to change your name….
    ————————-
    Sorry, douche. I just came across this thread.
    ==============================
    I guess name calling is only bad when I do it, huw Joni?
    Tell me, what’s it like sitting in your ivory tower?

  34. chickenragnarpartdeux says: Apr 20, 2010 12:27 PM

    This is not news says:
    April 20, 2010 11:41 AM
    # JimmySmith says: April 18, 2010 5:23 PM
    No way the vikings can draft Clausen, GM BrINT Favre would have a bruised vagina and ego and will surely take out it out on Col Klink’s puckered pink eye on his next trip to Mississippi.
    ————–
    Nuggets like this are what keep me reading the comments. Thanks, this was golden.
    ==============================
    Evidently your taste for humor skews differently from the rest of the free world.
    Unless you are new here. Then you will realize soon enough that JamieSmith is a 1 trick pony.

  35. robert ethan says: Apr 20, 2010 12:33 PM

    Don’t be so harsh on Count Ted the Undead. It can’t be easy doing the job when you can only leave the crypt at night when all the other GMs are asleep.

  36. chickenragnarpartdeux says: Apr 20, 2010 3:33 PM

    Oh well. Any non surface thinking fan realizes moves are calculated and a non move really is a move because there is a reason that it wasn’t made that the rest of us have no idea about.
    ————————
    Including TT.
    —————————————-
    I think it’s humorous that you say you are a know nothing, yet you accuse others of being “surface thinkers” thus showing your supposed superior knowledge on the subject.

  37. Beer Cheese Soup says: Apr 20, 2010 4:07 PM

    Clay Matthews Band says:
    BeerCheeseSoup-
    After all Ted has done to help our Packers, your going to sit around and pretend your not just salty about the Hillbilly leaving?
    ____________________________________
    I haven’t seen Ted “help” the Packers much. He made about five really good draft choices total, one good FA signing, and he had the smarts to know when to show a perpetually team cancer the door.
    Other than that, he’s assembled a list of players, of which all but a handful would be backups on every other team, and at least three of which wouldn’t make another team’s roster at all. You want to be happy with that? Go ahead. I’m not.
    DDJesus says:
    +1. Let’s just ignore all of the great players TT has added just because he decided to dump Brett Favre.
    __________________________________
    Once again, the rallying cry of all Ted fans. “It’s Favre! It’s Favre! Ted is God, people must only hate him because of Favre!”
    In case you didn’t read my rant earlier in this thread, Favre can suck it. He wasn’t worth the trouble he caused. We are well rid of him. That was one of Ted’s very few good decisions, and I applaud him for doing it.
    It’s not about Favre people. I hated Ted long before Favre got sent packing, and I hated Favre’s attitude since 2001 (I didn’t mind all of the wins though). They are both equally bad for the sport of football, just in their own very different ways.
    Suck says:
    As did I. Is this the one where I said Beer Cheese is a idiot? Oh well. Any non surface thinking fan realizes moves are calculated and a non move really is a move because there is a reason that it wasn’t made that the rest of us have no idea about. But stay on that surface 8th grade level of thinking Beer Cheese. If we win it all in the next couple of years maybe then the lightbulb will come on.
    ___________________________________
    Wow. Speculation, theorization, and circular talk. Is that all you have? “if Ted does nothing as usual, that really means he did something, because he always does nothing, which is really something, and up is down and left is right. I can’t believe no one understands that..”
    I don’t thing GW Bush ever said anything that nonsensical, and that wasn’t for lack of trying. You’d have done better just posting the address for the 189th time, even if it was the wrong one again.
    My lightbulb IS on. I argue with facts, histories, truth. You make contradictory speculations about what COULD happen, and laughable predictions which you then recant on a week later.
    The question is, how many more failed seasons will we need to endure before YOUR lightbulb comes on? Or can it even? Your recent posts seem to indicate your problems run a lot deeper than just football…

  38. Supersuckers says: Apr 20, 2010 10:50 PM

    Beer you can argue with “facts”, histories, and truth. The real truth is if you had one ounce of actual knowledge you wouldn’t be a “packer fan” You would be running things in Green Bay. Us internet idiots are not. There is ( in your case and mine) a very obvious reason for that.

  39. chickenragnarpartdeux says: Apr 21, 2010 9:05 AM

    Supersuckers says:
    April 20, 2010 10:50 PM
    Beer you can argue with “facts”, histories, and truth. The real truth is if you had one ounce of actual knowledge you wouldn’t be a “packer fan” You would be running things in Green Bay. Us internet idiots are not. There is ( in your case and mine) a very obvious reason for that.
    ==========================
    Why do you always fall back on this argument when you get painted into a corner?
    In your prior post you call people surface thinkers, like you know so much more than the rest of us, now, you fall back to your internet idiot(in your case and Beers) mantra.
    Why is that?

  40. Supersuckers says: Apr 21, 2010 10:33 AM

    chickenragnarpartdeux says:
    April 21, 2010 9:05 AM
    Supersuckers says:
    April 20, 2010 10:50 PM
    Beer you can argue with “facts”, histories, and truth. The real truth is if you had one ounce of actual knowledge you wouldn’t be a “packer fan” You would be running things in Green Bay. Us internet idiots are not. There is ( in your case and mine) a very obvious reason for that.
    ==========================
    Why do you always fall back on this argument when you get painted into a corner?
    In your prior post you call people surface thinkers, like you know so much more than the rest of us, now, you fall back to your internet idiot(in your case and Beers) mantra.
    Why is that?
    —————
    Why do you care so much what I have to say? Especially when directed at football idiot Beer Cheese?

  41. Supersuckers says: Apr 21, 2010 10:40 AM

    Surface thinkers think of this as fantasy football. I do not know how much organized sports Beer or Chicken have played but even at its lowest levels you learn that everything you do in the offseason will determine what happens during the season. Im not necessarily talking about player acquisistion. I mean working with what you have. getting better in the weight room, the team activities, drills, schools, film study etc. this isn’t fantasy football. Some of the best trades……are ones that never happened. Some of the best multi million free agent acquisistions never were made. that doesnt mean Thompson doesn’t explore these options. They do their due dilligance to the max. Hail to the Steady One. He will be in Green Bay until HE decides to move on. he will never be fired. he is too good. That’s not me ( a average fan) saying that. That’s his peers saying that.

  42. Supersuckers says: Apr 21, 2010 10:50 AM

    chickenragnarpartdeux says:
    April 20, 2010 3:33 PM
    Oh well. Any non surface thinking fan realizes moves are calculated and a non move really is a move because there is a reason that it wasn’t made that the rest of us have no idea about.
    ————————
    Including TT.
    —————————————-
    I think it’s humorous that you say you are a know nothing, yet you accuse others of being “surface thinkers” thus showing your supposed superior knowledge on the subject.
    ———–
    you seem to pay a little too much attention to me compared to everyone else on here. I am glad you find it humorous. i find it truthful. With that Supersuckers will be retiring from PFT until the time deemed fit to pipe back in and mess with the heads of you interesting specimens.

  43. chickenragnarpartdeux says: Apr 21, 2010 12:14 PM

    Why do you care so much what I have to say? Especially when directed at football idiot Beer Cheese?
    —————————
    you seem to pay a little too much attention to me compared to everyone else on here.
    ————————————-
    Pot meet kettle.
    ============================

  44. chickenragnarpartdeux says: Apr 21, 2010 2:14 PM

    Why do you care so much what I have to say? Especially when directed at football idiot Beer Cheese?
    ———————————-
    you seem to pay a little too much attention to me compared to everyone else on here.
    —————————————
    Pot, meet kettle……….

  45. chickenragnarpartdeux says: Apr 21, 2010 4:09 PM

    Super:
    i could ask you the same questions…..pot, meet kettle.

  46. Beer Cheese Soup says: Apr 21, 2010 8:33 PM

    Suck says:
    …With that Supersuckers will be retiring from PFT until the time deemed fit to pipe back in and mess with the heads of you interesting specimens.
    ____________________________________
    Which is to say: I have lost yet another argument, since I can’t come up with a single fact that supports my point of view.
    Now, since I am far too arrogant to ever admit being wrong, I will go lay low for a few days until the heat dies down, and then come back and spew the same nonsense, biased speculation and addresses once again.

  47. Beer Cheese Soup says: Apr 21, 2010 8:42 PM

    Suck says:
    Hail to the Steady One. He will be in Green Bay until HE decides to move on. he will never be fired. he is too good. That’s not me ( a average fan) saying that. That’s his peers saying that.
    ____________________________________
    I’d love to see some proof of “his peers saying that”, especially because I know you don’t have any.
    He will be fired after one more losing season, which is certainly something he is no stranger to. Either that, or we’ll remain the decent-but-nothing-special team we are now, and he’ll be gone once his contract is up, as was his fate in Seattle.
    You are certainly a football idiot, but I’m not, and I don’t believe Mark Murphy is either. Get ready, you’re about to have a new GM to gush over.

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