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Aaron Rodgers on Marshawn Lynch: "Bring him on"

M. Lynch1.jpgPackers G.M. Ted Thompson isn’t into splashy moves.  That doesn’t stop speculation about them in Green Bay.

Aaron Rodgers was asked about the possibility of the Packers trading for his old college teammate Marshawn Lynch following Ryan Grant’s season-ending injury.

“Bring him on,” Rodgers said, via Greg Bedard of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.  “He’s a great player.”

In a shocking development, Michael Silver of Yahoo! Sports has been stumping for the Packers to rescue Lynch, his beloved former Cal Bear.  The move makes sense on many levels until you read Buffalo’s asking price.

Silver reports the Bills turned down a third-round pick and a player for Lynch in the offseason and showed no interest when a team called about Lynch as recently as last week.  I don’t need sources in Green Bay to know Thompson would rather talk about his personal life in a press conference than give up a third-round pick for Lynch.  It won’t happen.

The Bills seem determined to keep Lynch, so he can compete with Tashard Choice to be the best No. 3 running back in football.

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  1. joetoronto says: Sep 15, 2010 5:45 PM

    “Bring him on,” Rodgers said
    *********************************************************I think Erin likes him.

  2. shaggytoodle says: Sep 15, 2010 5:48 PM

    TT doesn’t care to have people with KNOWN off field issues.
    That said Lynch for a similar deal as to Moroney would be fair, but a new RB breaks out every year, and then they are broken down 2-5 season later.

  3. Sarge says: Sep 15, 2010 5:51 PM

    Carolina’s Mike Goodson!!!

  4. SATAN567 says: Sep 15, 2010 5:52 PM

    Compete with Tashard Choice for best no. 3 in the league? Hands down winner is Lynch. He doesn’t give up fumbles for touchdowns with no time left in the half.

  5. NomNoms says: Sep 15, 2010 5:52 PM

    Lynch for hawk and a 5th. makes sense. I kno I kno Hawk sux. He would unfortunetly be an upgrade to the bills LB group.

  6. stetai says: Sep 15, 2010 5:53 PM

    So when Brett Favre, after 15 years on the team, publicly states he wanted Randy Moss on teh team, he’s “trying to take over”, he’s a “diva”, an “egomaniac”, etc., yet when Aaron Rodgers does it, after 2 years as a starter, then its okay?
    You’re all hypocrits. Players can want to have players on their team, there’s nothing wrong with it, so lay off of Favre!!

  7. East Of Eden 6 says: Sep 15, 2010 5:56 PM

    Marshmellow Lynch. Some “experts” had him higher on their draft boards than a one A.Peterson.
    Cal-Berkeley is notorious for sending flop RB’s into the NFL (See: JJ Arington)
    Beast Mode
    2
    Bench Mode

  8. mgulrud says: Sep 15, 2010 5:57 PM

    Book it Dano… Trade for a 3rd and the kid from ATL. he can bring his bags to the game this weekend, we’d be happy to have him if he can keep hise nose clean.

  9. jimmySee says: Sep 15, 2010 5:58 PM

    The price has to be right.

  10. JimmySmith says: Sep 15, 2010 5:58 PM

    That’s sums it up nicely, Ted Thompson is loathe to trade his 6th or 7 round picks much less a third. Furthermore, RB’s are not high on his list and Marshawn Lynch doesn’t fit the ideal profile of a Packer given his previous legal squabbles, he resembles more of a Viking in that regard.
    I am sure Rodgers is just giving a fellow Cal Bear a little moral support. Unlike Favre, Rodgers doesn’t fancy himself a part time GM or actually think that a GM should check with him on personnel moves. But when your head coach picks you up at the airport, I could see why you might start thinking you actually run the team.

  11. ijr213 says: Sep 15, 2010 6:01 PM

    Speaking of Tashard Choice, shouldn’t the Packers try to trade for him too? Or Lawrence Maron- oh wait, the Broncos traded for him (for no reason).

  12. bobinpuertorico says: Sep 15, 2010 6:02 PM

    When the Bills drafted Lynch #12, many mock drafts had him going to the Packers at #16. Now the Packers have a need for him and an opportunity to get him, but they must give the Bills something that Buffalo needs. Last year the Packers drafted Brian Bulaga #23 and the Bills are weak at LT and RT. Next year it is expected that the Bills will be drafting very early, so why not a trade that sends Bulaga to the Bills for Lynch and Buffalo’s 2011 #2 draft choice. This could help both teams.

  13. lebowski says: Sep 15, 2010 6:02 PM

    That was hilarious, double g. Seriously, what in Thompson’s history even remotely suggests he’d give up a high draft pick for a character risk. Randy Moss was ten times the player Lynch is with fewer issues and he balked at a 4th rounder. Sorry Packer fans, it’s practice squad fodder the rest of the year.

  14. qblax16 says: Sep 15, 2010 6:03 PM

    I think Lynch is much better than Choice, but that is pretty funny.
    I’d love to see Fred Jackson moved to Green Bay instead.
    Green Bay is STUPID not to persue another RB. What is next year’s 3rd round pick going to help at this years Super Bowl run.
    If the Green Bay was a bad team I could see saying no, we don’t want to lose a future pick that could help us, but as a Super Bowl contender you should be willing to give up a 2nd round pick for RB talent like Lynch (or Jackson).

  15. LovinBlue says: Sep 15, 2010 6:03 PM

    As another Cal alum, I would be thrilled to see Rodgers and Marshawn together.

  16. Pack_Attack says: Sep 15, 2010 6:04 PM

    # stetai says: September 15, 2010 5:53 PM
    So when Brett Favre, after 15 years on the team, publicly states he wanted Randy Moss on teh team, he’s “trying to take over”, he’s a “diva”, an “egomaniac”, etc., yet when Aaron Rodgers does it, after 2 years as a starter, then its okay?
    You’re all hypocrits. Players can want to have players on their team, there’s nothing wrong with it, so lay off of Favre!!
    _______________________
    Nobody said that, in fact even TT thought he had swung a deal for Moss. Moss and Al Davis pulled the rug out on the Pack in the end.

  17. East Of Eden 6 says: Sep 15, 2010 6:05 PM

    Ladell Betts, Justin Fargas.
    Those two have work ethic.

  18. ijr213 says: Sep 15, 2010 6:05 PM

    @stetai
    Uh, what?
    I’m pretty sure the talk of diva, egomaniac, trying to take over, etc. happened after his first thoughts of retirement, not before.
    Also, Brett Favre made the first statement about Moss, Rodgers was asked about Lynch. Different scenario.

  19. jayy says: Sep 15, 2010 6:05 PM

    i never thought about hawk for lynch.. that would be a good trade and probably a 7th ontop of hawk but i used 2 like hawk.. also lynch on packers makes to much sense.. and also bills are in a huge need for lb and hawk could be really good over there.. i think it makes sense for both teams really..

  20. perm says: Sep 15, 2010 6:06 PM

    @stetai: Favre has given us plenty of other reasons to hate him…. him trying to come in a week before regular season starts and say he wants x and y player on the team is just another in a long line.
    I even liked the guy before this yearly retirement nonsense a few years ago. Now I wish he’d just go away.

  21. David.walden05 says: Sep 15, 2010 6:06 PM

    “So when Brett Favre, after 15 years on the team, publicly states he wanted Randy Moss on teh team, he’s “trying to take over”, he’s a “diva”, an “egomaniac”, etc., yet when Aaron Rodgers does it, after 2 years as a starter, then its okay?
    You’re all hypocrits. Players can want to have players on their team, there’s nothing wrong with it, so lay off of Favre!!”
    First of all, NO ONE mentioned Favre….
    Secondly I suggest reading Andrew Brandt article on Moss being signed it said Favre was reportdly miffed about Moss not being signed and hated the fact that management wouldnt sign “big names” and had a plan…
    Third Rodgers never asked, complained, or whined for Lynch he was asked if would welcome Lynch and all he said was “bring it on”he likely won’t put up a stink if it never happens (like favre reportedly did with Moss).

  22. hardhead2 says: Sep 15, 2010 6:08 PM

    Lets get the context right here.
    Aaron Rodgers was asked by Bedard if he saw any reason not to acquire Lynch due to his off field issues, and responded “Bring him on” to that question.
    I don’t think Bedard or Florio are being fair here, but are fanning the flames a bit.

  23. Nosredna says: Sep 15, 2010 6:09 PM

    # stetai says: September 15, 2010 5:53 PM
    So when Brett Favre, after 15 years on the team, publicly states he wanted Randy Moss on teh team, he’s “trying to take over”, he’s a “diva”, an “egomaniac”, etc., yet when Aaron Rodgers does it, after 2 years as a starter, then its okay?
    You’re all hypocrits. Players can want to have players on their team, there’s nothing wrong with it, so lay off of Favre!!
    _______________________________
    CornFlorio does the posts about Favre because he knows it will generate a “million” hits from the haters. He knows the things he says are not true, but posts them anyway.
    Rosenthal on the other hand, seems to like Karen. Not his first post speaking out in favor or something Karen has said or done……

  24. Ruvell100 says: Sep 15, 2010 6:10 PM

    “So when Brett Favre, after 15 years on the team, publicly states he wanted Randy Moss on teh team, he’s “trying to take over”, he’s a “diva”, an “egomaniac”, etc., yet when Aaron Rodgers does it, after 2 years as a starter, then its okay?”
    ————–
    Aaron Rodgers was not on Greta Van Susteren in a 2 part interview saying he told Ted Thompson to bring on Marshawn Lynch and Ted said “no,” so he can no longer trust the management to do exactly as he tells them.
    You can’t possible see the difference though, because you’re up there with the most retarded posters in PFT history.

  25. billsgiantsfan says: Sep 15, 2010 6:10 PM

    “the Bills turned down a third-round pick and a player for Lynch”
    -just another reason why the Bills management is retarded.

  26. karpsta says: Sep 15, 2010 6:11 PM

    Yo Aaron, this is the old man Brett calling. Just to remind you, Ted ain’t going to ever make a move to go for it. Remember when I wanted Randy LOL.

  27. shaggytoodle says: Sep 15, 2010 6:12 PM

    You’re all hypocrits. Players can want to have players on their team, there’s nothing wrong with it, so lay off of Favre!!
    ______________________________
    There is difference between WANTING a player and BLASTING a GM for “not getting your way,”

  28. Beer Cheese Soup says: Sep 15, 2010 6:13 PM

    stetai says:
    So when Brett Favre, after 15 years on the team, publicly states he wanted Randy Moss on teh team, he’s “trying to take over”, he’s a “diva”, an “egomaniac”, etc.
    ____________
    You think THAT was the knock on Favre??
    That’s either revisionist history or very selective memory. Either way, go back and check your facts, that is NOT what happened.
    As for Lynch. With Grant out, common sense says this is really the best move Ted could make. I even said so two days ago, as did many other loyal, intelligent Pack fans.
    …which is exactly why Ted won’t even consider it.

  29. scra22 says: Sep 15, 2010 6:21 PM

    # joetoronto says: September 15, 2010 5:45 PM
    “Bring him on,” Rodgers said
    ******************** ******************** *****************I think Erin likes him.
    ============
    I don’t understand why Vikings fans try to insult Rodgers by spelling his name “Erin.”
    Don’t you know that the Vikings actually have someone named “Erin” (Henderson) on their team?

  30. Beastie Bills says: Sep 15, 2010 6:26 PM

    To the moron above: Moss WAS twice the player. But not when the opportunity to trade for him came to fruition. People thought he was done before he went to New England.
    And how does Moss have fewer off field issues? Lynch accidentally ran over a civilian (canadian at that) and Moss intentionally ran over a cop.
    Just because Moss got older and time went by doesn’t change it. Lynch will get older, too.

  31. Ralph says: Sep 15, 2010 6:27 PM

    Which team does Jolly play for? Minnesota or Green Bay?

  32. twinkletoes says: Sep 15, 2010 6:27 PM

    Wow… sounds like the Bills’ front office is asking for the moon.
    Imaginationland…. imagination…. imagination….

  33. Love_Boat_Scandal says: Sep 15, 2010 6:28 PM

    stetai says:
    September 15, 2010 5:53 PM
    So when Brett Favre, after 15 years on the team, publicly states he wanted Randy Moss on teh team, he’s “trying to take over”, he’s a “diva”, an “egomaniac”, etc., yet when Aaron Rodgers does it, after 2 years as a starter, then its okay?
    ——————-
    Brett’s gone. Get over it. The Packers have a better QB now.

  34. Majik Bullet says: Sep 15, 2010 6:33 PM

    stetai says:
    September 15, 2010 5:53 PM
    So when Brett Favre, after 15 years on the team, publicly states he wanted Randy Moss on teh team, he’s “trying to take over”, he’s a “diva”, an “egomaniac”, etc., yet when Aaron Rodgers does it, after 2 years as a starter, then its okay?
    You’re all hypocrits. Players can want to have players on their team, there’s nothing wrong with it, so lay off of Favre!!
    ________________________
    Exactly, but this is what you should expect from Packer fans. There’s been this ridiculous double standard for Rodgers and Favre since the day Teddy traded Favre for 6-10.
    If Rodgers throws a game ending pick, it was a team loss. If Favre does the same, the loss is squarely on him.
    If Rodgers fumble-punts the playoff game away in OT leading directly to the loss, it’s the defense’s fault they lost because Rodgers played a great game. If Favre throws a pick that leads to nothing but OT, he choked the game away and single handedly lost it, even though the game went into OT.
    And if Favre lobbies for a game changing WR that could be had for a 4th round pick, he’s a diva trying to run the team. But if Rodgers wants a 3rd string running back who has been a huge disappointment whose price tag is at least a 3rd, he’s being a great leader and a team player.
    The sad thing is that most of these homers don’t even realize they’re doing it.

  35. BenRapistberger says: Sep 15, 2010 6:39 PM

    @bobinpuertorico
    Are you an idiot? The Packers JUST drafted Bulaga this year because they needed to improve at OT. Why the hell would they trade him now, for a 3rd string RB? It’s not like the Packers have depth at OL. Are you a Bills fan and just wishfully dreaming?
    If your team wanted Bulaga/offensive line help so bad, they should have passed on Spiller, kept Marshawn as the featured back with Action Freddy Jackson, traded their #1 down for more picks later in the draft to help fill in holes on an awful team that’s also going through a defensive overhaul so it needs lots of players, and taken Bulaga later in the first round.
    The Bills don’t understand what it takes to compete, which is why they’re considered just as big if not a bigger joke than teams like Detroit and Tampa Bay. At least Detroit has an offense that can sell tickets, and Tampa won a Superbowl somewhat recently.
    If Buddy Nix and crew really thinks that a front office and coaching staff with an average age of 70+ is going to magically turn that team into an explosive offense just because he got production out of Kordell Stewart, they’re DREAMING. It’s honestly almost as pathetic as the Raiders of the past decade. Funny how those two teams have the two oldest owners.

  36. KingJoe! says: Sep 15, 2010 6:40 PM

    All I have to say is that the Bills suck because they wont grab what they can for a player which the obviously have no interest playing.
    If they secretly love him, than using their first round pick to motivate him, was the work of a 100 year old owner.

  37. Nosredna says: Sep 15, 2010 6:40 PM

    @Majik Bullet
    You forgot that if Favre gets sacked, it is no ones fault but his, but if Karen gets sacked, its everyone’s fault BUT his…….

  38. Reindeer_Rob says: Sep 15, 2010 6:41 PM

    I am not going to defend every move Ted makes. Let’s be honest, he is stingy with his resources. He will not be trading a third rounder for anyone until draft day (he has traded up twice).
    On the same note however, we have to acknowledge his successes too. In 2008 the Giants were stocked at RB (Ward, Jacobs, Bradshaw) so there was some reason to believe Grant was a diamond in the rough. Here he is going back to the same mine with the Falcons (Turner, Norwood, Snelling) to get Nance of the practice squad and everyone has forgotten.

  39. Pervy H. says: Sep 15, 2010 6:42 PM

    “I don’t need sources in Green Bay to know Thompson would rather talk about his personal life in a press conference than give up a third-round pick for Lynch.”
    …nice slam Gregg LOL

  40. SpartaChris says: Sep 15, 2010 6:44 PM

    joetoronto says:
    September 15, 2010 5:45 PM
    “Bring him on,” Rodgers said
    ******************** ******************** *****************I think Erin likes him.
    ===============================
    Why would Erin Henderson care about Marshawn Lynch?

  41. HarrisonHits says: Sep 15, 2010 6:45 PM

    Hey you never know, maybe a trade would snap him out of it and Marshawn would engage his old “beast mode” instead of his more recent “bust mode”.

  42. SpartaChris says: Sep 15, 2010 6:46 PM

    stetai says:
    September 15, 2010 5:53 PM
    So when Brett Favre, after 15 years on the team, publicly states he wanted Randy Moss on teh team, he’s “trying to take over”, he’s a “diva”, an “egomaniac”, etc., yet when Aaron Rodgers does it, after 2 years as a starter, then its okay?
    You’re all hypocrits. Players can want to have players on their team, there’s nothing wrong with it, so lay off of Favre!!
    ===============================
    Ummm, no asshole, this isn’t the same. Rodgers was *asked* for his thoughts on trying to make a grab for Lynch, not actively undermining his coaching staff by publicly demanding they try and make a trade for him like Fraud did re: Randy Moss.

  43. PURPLESTEEZ says: Sep 15, 2010 6:46 PM

    JIMMY SMITH=down syndrome your dad and brother must be the same person-u talk about the vikings on every post no matter what it is about-u remind me of brick from ancorman-i love lamp-what a tard

  44. PossibleCabbage says: Sep 15, 2010 6:49 PM

    I don’t get why people still have the impression that Ted Thompson is loathe to part with draft picks. Two years ago he traded a second and two thirds for a late first when he picked Clay Matthews, which was a clear loss for the Packers from the draft value chart. Obviously, that trade has worked out so far for the Packers, but it’s not a trade that someone who jealously guards draft picks and values them over all else would make.
    I mean, he also traded a future 6th for Ryan Grant, who was at that time just chaff off the Giants roster.
    But if the rumors of Buffalo’s asking price are true, I don’t see Thompson doing it. A team trading for Lynch should offer an amount commensurate to how much Buffalo appears to value him; which is by all accounts “not much”.

  45. That's Mr Rodgers to you says: Sep 15, 2010 6:49 PM

    stetai says:
    September 15, 2010 5:53 PM
    So when Brett Favre, after 15 years on the team, publicly states he wanted Randy Moss on teh team, he’s “trying to take over”, he’s a “diva”, an “egomaniac”, etc., yet when Aaron Rodgers does it, after 2 years as a starter, then its okay?
    You’re all hypocrits. Players can want to have players on their team, there’s nothing wrong with it, so lay off of Favre!!
    ……………………………………………………………………………
    Leave Britny alone!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kHmvkRoEowc
    LMAO!!!!!!!

  46. RickFelt says: Sep 15, 2010 6:54 PM

    This trade will happen, but it won’t take place until after the Bills play the Packers in GBay. This gives both front offices an opportunity to talk face to face to make the deal happen. It obviously won’t happen before the game for obvious reasons of Lynch giving the Packers the game plan, but who knows it is the Bills after all.

  47. TheByrdMan says: Sep 15, 2010 6:55 PM

    billsgiantsfan?!?!?!?!??!?!?!?!?!?!? how in the hell could you support the giants if you are a bills fan

  48. PerryMason says: Sep 15, 2010 6:58 PM

    It’s an audition day for Lynch this Sunday. Look for him to run for 250+ yards with 5 TD’s

  49. mudduckswithnoringsarejealous says: Sep 15, 2010 7:00 PM

    # bobinpuertorico says: September 15, 2010 6:02 PM
    When the Bills drafted Lynch #12, many mock drafts had him going to the Packers at #16. Now the Packers have a need for him and an opportunity to get him, but they must give the Bills something that Buffalo needs. Last year the Packers drafted Brian Bulaga #23 and the Bills are weak at LT and RT. Next year it is expected that the Bills will be drafting very early, so why not a trade that sends Bulaga to the Bills for Lynch and Buffalo’s 2011 #2 draft choice. This would help both teams.
    you sir have the most idiotic post of the day. the packers have been searching for top level talent o line depth for years. the year they finally decide to select one in the first round, they are supposed to trade him for a 2nd because the starting running back got hurt? you have no idea of value. the packers expect bulaga to be around the level of joe thomas…… but he’s younger….. so yeah, propose that trade to the browns and see how fast they hang up on you. this is NOT madden here people. gm’s don’t like to make trade after trade. not to mention this is the final year on lynch’s deal. so next year they’d be searching for more rb depth and looking for two more tackles?
    smack yourself for even talking

  50. badfish69 says: Sep 15, 2010 7:01 PM

    Most Packer fans didn’t care that Favre wanted Moss or even that he put in his input on personnel decisions. Dude was here for almost two decades. It stands to reason he might put in his input on some matters. It’s when he didn’t get his way and decided to go on national TV Terell Owens style and bash the organization that pissed us off. Differences in opinion on issues happen all the time. Most don’t go on Fox News to cry about it.
    Btw. If Lynch can be had for a third rounder or lower, then I think Thompson should do it. If this is truly the year they can be legit contenders, then gambling away a third rounder is a chance that needs to be taken.

  51. timegambit says: Sep 15, 2010 7:02 PM

    It’s settled then, Marshawn Lynch for Aaron Rodgers
    LET’S PLAY!!

  52. PerryMason says: Sep 15, 2010 7:03 PM

    Packer fans bash Favre because he’s not gay like they are. They love Rodgers because he is.

  53. LBPACKFAN says: Sep 15, 2010 7:05 PM

    scra22 -
    Remember, we’re dealing with fans of a much inferior and bottom feeding franchise. Let them have their fun on these message boards. It’s unfortunate their future lies in the hands of our scraps (Brett). Once they are in Los Angeles, we won’t have to deal with them anymore.

  54. FreddieBaby says: Sep 15, 2010 7:09 PM

    I think the Bills should ask for and get at least a 3rd round pick and a front line player, a 2nd round pick and a reserve or a 1st round pick. Why give a dynamic player like Lynch away for next to nothing when the team that needs him is desperate?

  55. wimm83 says: Sep 15, 2010 7:09 PM

    …..rodgers isn’t lobbying for lynch, he was just asked his opinion if the packers would pursue him…
    yeah yeah, theres packer homers and all, but the packer haters are still worse.

  56. steelers rule says: Sep 15, 2010 7:11 PM

    Bring him on so then every fantasy geek who picked up Brandon Jennings will crap their pants!

  57. PackFaninPackLand says: Sep 15, 2010 7:12 PM

    Actually a trade of A J Hawk for Lynch would make sense for both clubs.
    Of course it’ll never happen. Why ??? Because of Ted Thompson and Ted can never, EVER, admit he’s wrong. EVER.
    Trading Hawk would be “admitting” he was wrong on Hawk. Hell, he can’t even admit he was wrong on Justin Harrell for chrissakes. Just watch, Ted will bring Harrell back for season 5 of his nonsense, rather than cutting his losses and just moving on.
    So Ted will just go along with what we have at RB. Which is one freak injury to Brandon Jackson (and we’re down to using Atlanta’s 4th string RB) away from a disasterous season, because if he goes down, teams will line up with 8-9 in the box and just kill Aaron Rodgers.
    Thanks Ted. Thanks genius.
    I wonder if there is any other team in the NFL with 2 RB’s, 3 FB’s, and 4 TE’s on their opening game roster, and, of course, the answer is no.

  58. bruce campbells chainsaw hand says: Sep 15, 2010 7:19 PM

    Majik Bullet -
    Are you kidding me? The Packers lost their starting running back for the year. They need a replacement. Rodgers was asked a question and answered it.
    As far as Favre goes, he made himself bigger than the team, and rightfully so. He is one of the best ever. The problem with that is Favre isn’t a team guy. Rodgers is a team guy, because he’s not bigger than the team. And don’t give me that “I came back for the guys” crap. Show up to camp if it’s for the guys.
    I don’t blame Favre for the New Orleans loss, but comparing Rodgers fumble to Favre’s interceptions is apples and oranges. Rodgers got hit and fumbled. Favre threw across his body and had no defenders around him. There’s a bit of a difference.
    The worst thing is that most of these Favre apologists don’t know what they’re talking about, because Favre can do no wrong in their eyes. Sad.

  59. 49er Man says: Sep 15, 2010 7:26 PM

    bobinpuertorico:
    Are you serious in trading Bulaga for Lynch? You trade away a potential franchise LT for a RB. Ah…no…..
    Maybe Bulaga doesn’t man the LT for the next 10 years but you just don’t get rid of the heir apparent just because Grant is out for the year.
    RB’s grow on trees, franchise LT don’t.

  60. gregjennings says: Sep 15, 2010 7:27 PM

    Anyone who knows how Ted Thompson operates knows this will never happen.
    oh, and Favre is old.

  61. joetoronto says: Sep 15, 2010 7:27 PM

    # scra22 says: September 15, 2010 6:21 PM
    # joetoronto says: September 15, 2010 5:45 PM
    “Bring him on,” Rodgers said
    ******************** ********************
    I think Erin likes him.
    ============
    I don’t understand why Vikings fans try to insult Rodgers by spelling his name “Erin.”
    Don’t you know that the Vikings actually have someone named “Erin” (Henderson) on their team?
    *******************************************
    I’m not a Vikings Fan, dingleberry.
    I call him “Erin” because he fruity.

  62. kello says: Sep 15, 2010 7:28 PM

    Majik Bullet – you are clueless. Did BF get grief for throwing an interception the first pass in overtime against the Giants? Why no, Packer fans just accepted it and sadly went on. Little did we know we were supposed to feel lucky just to bask in one more interception.
    So, try and get your facts straight, you hopeless, misinformed, delusional clown.

  63. darth_vincent says: Sep 15, 2010 7:29 PM

    haha I love it how all the the Brett Favre Fan-Boi’s come out and starting bawling and crying and whining how they act like they themselves have been personally insulted and wronged wronged WRONGED by the Packers mgmt over events that happened over 2 years ago.
    go home and put on your watch, your croc’s, drop your pants and take pictures of yourself jacking off just like your hero apparently does.

  64. goombar2 says: Sep 15, 2010 7:30 PM

    Ha ha ha! Loser Bowl fan club shows up!
    First, Favre RETIRED the day after he didn’t get Moss the second time. Let’s sit around tomorrow and see if Rodgers retires and then let’s make the comparison.
    Second, and this is very important idiot viking and Favre lovers, trying to manipulate facts and lie about Rodgers won’t make Favre’s circus and crummy performances go away. Football doesn’t work that way.
    Third, who says Thompson isn’t trying to bring in Lynch? This week we play the Bills and I’m pretty sure they aren’t going to trade us a player with knowledge of their game plan the week we play them.
    Rodgers is a stand up classy guy and when asked about an old college chum he was positive. I’d expect nothing less from the guy.
    By the way… I bet Brett was real disappointed he wasn’t at that Jets practice, we all know how much he enjoys sexually harassing reporters in his crocs!

  65. That's Mr Rodgers to you says: Sep 15, 2010 7:31 PM

    stetai says:
    September 15, 2010 5:53 PM
    So when Brett Favre, after 15 years on the team, publicly states he wanted Randy Moss on teh team, he’s “trying to take over”, he’s a “diva”, an “egomaniac”, etc., yet when Aaron Rodgers does it, after 2 years as a starter, then its okay?
    You’re all hypocrits. Players can want to have players on their team, there’s nothing wrong with it, so lay off of Favre!!
    ……………………………………………………………………………….
    Leave Britney alone!
    LMAO!!!!!!!!

  66. vikescry1 says: Sep 15, 2010 7:35 PM

    stetai—- brett not only wanted randy he pouted after he fould out he was traded to n.e. brett favre is a whiney little girl

  67. mike mccarthy says: Sep 15, 2010 7:38 PM

    bobinpuertorico says:
    September 15, 2010 6:02 PM
    When the Bills drafted Lynch #12, many mock drafts had him going to the Packers at #16. Now the Packers have a need for him and an opportunity to get him, but they must give the Bills something that Buffalo needs. Last year the Packers drafted Brian Bulaga #23 and the Bills are weak at LT and RT. Next year it is expected that the Bills will be drafting very early, so why not a trade that sends Bulaga to the Bills for Lynch and Buffalo’s 2011 #2 draft choice. This could help both teams.
    ___________________________________
    bob you are an idiot. this is the most ridiculous scenario I could possibly think of…actually I could not even dream this up.

  68. myasylum says: Sep 15, 2010 7:38 PM

    Thompson never gave Moss a “serious” offer, it was just meant to pacify Favre. That is why Moss took off to the Patriots, He could get more than $100.00 a year there.

  69. mike mccarthy says: Sep 15, 2010 7:42 PM

    Majik Bullet – Are you serious?
    You are really comparing Rodgers answering a question about a former college teammate to the Favre/Moss fiasco? Favre “retired” the day after Moss signed his second contract with the Pats, I do not think Rodgers and his agent are call TT and threatening retirement if the Packers do not trade for Lynch.
    Rodgers was asked a hypothetical question about a former teammate you moron.

  70. That's Mr Rodgers to you says: Sep 15, 2010 7:44 PM

    Sorry about the double post……
    It took so long for the first one to come through I thought my post had been censored.
    Sorry Mike!

  71. toddm6d says: Sep 15, 2010 7:50 PM

    Ms Rogers should also cry to Grandpa Teddy for a defense that won’t allow a QB who hasn’t seen any real action in 5 years to come within a hair of a comeback victory.
    It’s going to be a long year for Ms Rogers, haha.

  72. JaNelson38 says: Sep 15, 2010 7:52 PM

    “Actually a trade of A J Hawk for Lynch would make sense for both clubs.
    Of course it’ll never happen. Why ??? Because of Ted Thompson and Ted can never, EVER, admit he’s wrong. EVER.”
    How does trading AJ Hawk make sense for both clubs? He doesnt fit in the Packers 3-4…how will he fit in the Bills 3-4 any better?
    And Thompson had the guts to cut Brian Brohm, a second round pick, one year after picking him. Im pretty sure thats admitting you are wrong.
    “So Ted will just go along with what we have at RB. Which is one freak injury to Brandon Jackson (and we’re down to using Atlanta’s 4th string RB) away from a disasterous season, because if he goes down, teams will line up with 8-9 in the box and just kill Aaron Rodgers.
    Thanks Ted. Thanks genius. ”
    Yeah…Packers opponents are going to line up with 8 or 9 in the box, because Greg Jennings, Donald Driver, and Jermichael Finley all suck.
    Injury creates opportunity. Nobody knew who Brett Favre was until Don Majkowski got hurt. Brandon Jackson has feature-back skills, and his ability to pass-catch and pass-block could actually HELP the Packers offense on 1st and 2nd down.

  73. badfish69 says: Sep 15, 2010 8:10 PM

    Green Bay might never have traded for Favre if Majkowski didn’t destroy his rotator cuff against Arizona in ’90. Dude was never the same after that injury.

  74. Majik Bullet says: Sep 15, 2010 8:11 PM

    kello says:
    September 15, 2010 7:28 PM
    Majik Bullet – you are clueless. Did BF get grief for throwing an interception the first pass in overtime against the Giants? Why no, Packer fans just accepted it and sadly went on. Little did we know we were supposed to feel lucky just to bask in one more interception.
    So, try and get your facts straight, you hopeless, misinformed, delusional clown.
    _______________
    Really? So all those Packer fans I heard while watching that game at Lambeau saying it was all Favre’s fault the Pack lost didn’t actually blame Favre for the loss? And all the Packer fans on here who say Favre lost that game because of the INT, and who fail to listen to logic when someone brings up Al Harris getting owned by Plax, they don’t blame Favre?
    No, not quite. Most of you “fans” turned on him the moment he got traded, blaming him for every playoff loss, and erasing from your mind his 3 MVP’s and the Super Bowl trophy he brought home. Many of you idiots claim that Desmond Howard “won that SB” for GB, and write off Favre’s brilliant game. And that you were clamoring for him to be gone 5 years before he left (right Supersuckers).
    And don’t tell me that’s not how it is. I live in Wisco, and get to listen to you jersey burning, mock funeral holding morons on a daily basis.

  75. FireJerryJones says: Sep 15, 2010 8:11 PM

    What’s he ever done?
    Can’t catch or pass protect.
    Great community guy. :)

  76. T Big says: Sep 15, 2010 8:11 PM

    FreddieBaby says:
    September 15, 2010 7:09 PM
    I think the Bills should ask for and get at least a 3rd round pick and a front line player, a 2nd round pick and a reserve or a 1st round pick. Why give a dynamic player like Lynch away for next to nothing when the team that needs him is desperate?
    *
    ********************************************Yeah a dynamic third string player. You must be as older than the Bills owner.

  77. Bordner says: Sep 15, 2010 8:21 PM

    PerryMason says:
    September 15, 2010 7:03 PM
    Packer fans bash Favre because he’s not gay like they are. They love Rodgers because he is.
    ————————————————-
    Is it irony you’re going for here? Every one of your posts has some gay reference in it.
    You do realize the Perry Mason was played by Raymond Burr and that Raymond Burr was as gay as they come. He used to bang the dude that played Gomer Pyle, for chrissakes!
    Or are you just trying to tell us something about yourself?

  78. Sacram3ntal says: Sep 15, 2010 8:23 PM

    Rumors everywhere that a Hawk for Lynch trade is being worked on as we speak.

  79. badfish69 says: Sep 15, 2010 8:26 PM

    I can’t believe that I am agreeing with Majik, but anybody that says Favre was any less than awesome against New England in ’96 is either stupid, or never saw the game. Sure Desmond’s return was huge, and Reggie getting two sack to ice it was great, but Favre ran that show. He was lights out that whole year actually.

  80. trappdaddy says: Sep 15, 2010 8:29 PM

    Marshawn Lynch is a better running back than Ryan Grant. He runs extremely hard, has good hands and decent speed. He has been stuck behind a joke of an offensive line, no QB and horrible coaching his entire stay in Buffalo. He would run for 1,500 yards in Green Bay with that passing attack to keep defense honest and not load the box like teams do against the Bills.

  81. MN FAVRE says: Sep 15, 2010 8:33 PM

    Speaking as a lifetime Packer fan (who ALSO follows Brett Favre and the Vikings – I like them both) these are the times that frustrate us Packer fans… NOW is a good time for Ted Thompson to be PROACTIVE and go to one of the teams with 3 good running backs (Dallas, Baltimore and Buffalo come to mind) and make an offer! Dallas will probably NOT trade within conference (although New England just did with Maroney) to deal Barber, but, we need to check if MaGahee or Lynch could be had for … oh, maybe a 4th rounder plus either TE Donald Lee or A.J. Hawk (don’t know who wants that big contract)! How ironic, the NFC North could be determined by which GM makes a move: Will Packers get a running back (a good one like Lynch or MaGahee or Barber or one of Seattle’s 3) or will the Vikings get Vincent Jackson?!? We can all hate on Brett Favre (dumb in off-season, good during season) but, the Packers haven’t done anything major beyond the draft since they got Woodson (great pickup) almost 4 years ago! Okay, I don’t trash the Packers OR Vikings like others do, but, it will be interesting: WHO moves first, Z. Wilf for Vikings to get V-Jax or T. Thompson for Packers to bring in a 500+ yard back like Lynch, Barber or McGahee! Glad I got SUNDAY TICKET to watch both teams!!!! BRING THE POPCORN!!!!!

  82. mattgso says: Sep 15, 2010 8:36 PM

    # stetai says: September 15, 2010 5:53 PM
    So when Brett Favre, after 15 years on the team, publicly states he wanted Randy Moss on teh team, he’s “trying to take over”, he’s a “diva”, an “egomaniac”, etc., yet when Aaron Rodgers does it, after 2 years as a starter, then its okay?
    You’re all hypocrits. Players can want to have players on their team, there’s nothing wrong with it, so lay off of Favre!!
    ——————————————————-
    Yea that actually popped into my mind too. But I see it different in 2 ways:
    1) Rodgers and Lynch were team mates.
    2) Rodgers is answering an interview question, not lobbying the coach or GM.
    Lynch for Hawk seems to be a good fit for both teams. GB might have to sweeten the pot a little with a late round pick.
    I stop short calling Hawk a bust because he’s still a good LB. But he didn’t meet expectations.

  83. billsfan1 says: Sep 15, 2010 8:41 PM

    Cal-Berkeley is notorious for sending flop RB’s into the NFL (See: JJ Arington
    really! one flop as a 2nd round pick makes a college “notorious” for flops? you should be banned from ever speaking again….
    unless u are also referring to the early to mid 90′s when russell white (nephew of the great charles white) had a mostly unsuccessful career. even that u have pulled 2 names…. just shut up for all times

  84. Pervy says: Sep 15, 2010 8:45 PM

    Aaron Rodgers: The Gayest Quarterback of All Time….

  85. badfish69 says: Sep 15, 2010 9:01 PM

    Bills have come out and said Lynch is not available after being available yesterday. Odd. Could we see Lynch in a Packer uniform and Hawk in a Bills uniform on Sunday? I say it’s unlikely, but it would be interesting.

  86. j-wil says: Sep 15, 2010 9:02 PM

    still obsessing about Favre people? come on already, he is so 1996…………or 2009 if your talking about choking. Or even 2007, take your pick.

  87. badfish69 says: Sep 15, 2010 9:05 PM

    On a side note if anyone is interested in AJ’s crib it can be had for a very affordable 1.6 million.
    http://www.trulia.com/property/photos/3027998779-460-N-Olden-Gln-De-Pere-WI-54115

  88. twinkletoes says: Sep 15, 2010 9:06 PM

    There could be a trade for Marshawn Lynch, just not until September 20th.
    Pack fans and Bills fans know why.
    I’m for Undead Al swapping Michael Bush for Marshawn Lynch. A deal done between two fossils like Davis and Nix should be doable.

  89. Pervy says: Sep 15, 2010 9:09 PM

    “bring him on” = another gerbil bites the dust…

  90. Majik Bullet says: Sep 15, 2010 9:20 PM

    badfish69 says:
    September 15, 2010 8:26 PM
    I can’t believe that I am agreeing with Majik, but anybody that says Favre was any less than awesome against New England in ’96 is either stupid, or never saw the game. Sure Desmond’s return was huge, and Reggie getting two sack to ice it was great, but Favre ran that show. He was lights out that whole year actually.
    ____________________
    I’m dumbfounded as well. Nice, unexpected post.

  91. rcunningham says: Sep 15, 2010 9:25 PM

    # JimmySmith says: September 15, 2010 5:58 PM
    That’s sums it up nicely, Ted Thompson is loathe to trade his 6th or 7 round picks much less a third. Furthermore, RB’s are not high on his list and Marshawn Lynch doesn’t fit the ideal profile of a Packer given his previous legal squabbles, he resembles more of a Viking in that regard.
    I am sure Rodgers is just giving a fellow Cal Bear a little moral support. Unlike Favre, Rodgers doesn’t fancy himself a part time GM or actually think that a GM should check with him on personnel moves. But when your head coach picks you up at the airport, I could see why you might start thinking you actually run the team.
    Jimmy, you are so goddamn stupid.
    I’d say you are easily the worst poster on here.

  92. badfish69 says: Sep 15, 2010 9:27 PM

    And also for the record Thompson was more than willing to give up a third for Tony Gonzales and the deal was set to go down until KC changed the terms at the last second. Something that royally pissed of Gonzales according to reports.
    So yeah he is willing to part with third rounders.

  93. slegeir says: Sep 15, 2010 9:27 PM

    Come on TT. Get Rodgers a good running back. He won’t be able to carry the load all by himself. Every other team seems to have great backs, why can’t the Packers!

  94. slegeir says: Sep 15, 2010 9:28 PM

    Pervy, you seem to know so much about “gays” are you one? Seems to be in your conversation a lot.

  95. Allied Biscuit says: Sep 15, 2010 9:30 PM

    i laughed so hard when he went around on the cart

  96. Leninthebuff says: Sep 15, 2010 9:41 PM

    If teams are contacting Buffalo about Lynch then he is available if the price is right, not sure if he is in his contract year or not but this is just the second week of the season and injuries happen so maybe Nix is gambling that a contender like GB who loses their starting RB will pay the price to get Lynch…my opinion is trade Jackson who is older, coming off a solid year and just signed an extension.
    Edit/Delete Message

  97. Murgen says: Sep 15, 2010 9:44 PM

    Wow,
    So many bitter and sad viking fans on here. Awesome.

  98. Terrell Blowens says: Sep 15, 2010 9:50 PM

    Lynch has a very good rookie year. He’s still a good running back, but the Bills are such a bad team right now, and with all his legal issues he’s lowered himself on the depth chart because of suspensions. He could be a very good RB for any team. Plus he’s way better than Tashard Choice

  99. Terrell Blowens says: Sep 15, 2010 9:50 PM

    *Lynch had a very good rookie year. He’s still a good running back, but the Bills are such a bad team right now, and with all his legal issues he’s lowered himself on the depth chart because of suspensions. He could be a very good RB for any team. Plus he’s way better than Tashard Choice

  100. Pale face says: Sep 15, 2010 10:34 PM

    billsgiantsfan says:September 15, 2010 6:10 PM”the Bills turned
    down a third-round
    pick and a player
    for Lynch”
    -just another
    reason why the Bills
    management is
    retarded.
    Unless the player was a walking chunk of excrement, they should have done that. If its even a real scenario..

  101. Pervy says: Sep 16, 2010 12:14 AM

    slegeir says: Thanks for opening the door to my closet Pervy….

  102. shaggytoodle says: Sep 16, 2010 12:14 AM

    If Rodgers fumble-punts the playoff game away in OT leading directly to the loss, it’s the defense’s fault they lost because Rodgers played a great game. If Favre throws a pick that leads to nothing but OT, he choked the game away and single handedly lost it, even though the game went into OT.
    ________________________________
    Rodgers play was a FLUKE, very rare, Favre throws a dumbass INT that someone playing QB for over 20 years you think they would have that figured out?

  103. FoF says: Sep 16, 2010 7:54 AM

    gee, could we have Erin Rodgers trying to play GM here?
    I would be very interested to see how Ted Thompson fans react to this story considering they were soooooooo criticle of Bret Favre when he tried to suggest improvements to the team.

  104. scra22 says: Sep 16, 2010 10:40 AM

    joetoronto says:
    September 15, 2010 7:27 PM
    # scra22 says: September 15, 2010 6:21 PM
    # joetoronto says: September 15, 2010 5:45 PM
    “Bring him on,” Rodgers said
    ******************** ********************
    I think Erin likes him.
    ============
    I don’t understand why Vikings fans try to insult Rodgers by spelling his name “Erin.”
    Don’t you know that the Vikings actually have someone named “Erin” (Henderson) on their team?
    ******************** ******************** ***
    I’m not a Vikings Fan, dingleberry.
    I call him “Erin” because he fruity.
    ==========
    Well, my bad, but I have seen many Vikings fans do that.
    And it’s kind of stupid.
    Which brings me to….
    FoF says:
    September 16, 2010 7:54 AM
    gee, could we have Erin Rodgers trying to play GM here?”

  105. RC IV says: Sep 16, 2010 12:31 PM

    I don’t understand why Vikings fans try to insult Rodgers by spelling his name “Erin.”
    Don’t you know that the Vikings actually have someone named “Erin” (Henderson) on their team?
    =========================
    How do you feel about GayRod?
    Vikings do not have on of those on their team.
    He gets made fun of for being gay because:
    He has a male roommate that “gets him”.
    His gay Rushing td celebration.
    His even gayer hop, skip , fist in the air dance.
    Seriously, this guy is gayer than Ted Thompson’s boyfreind.

  106. Supersuckers says: Sep 16, 2010 2:09 PM

    RC IV says:
    September 16, 2010 12:31 PM
    I don’t understand why Vikings fans try to insult Rodgers by spelling his name “Erin.”
    Don’t you know that the Vikings actually have someone named “Erin” (Henderson) on their team?
    ==================== =====
    How do you feel about GayRod?
    Vikings do not have on of those on their team.
    He gets made fun of for being gay because:
    He has a male roommate that “gets him”.
    His gay Rushing td celebration.
    His even gayer hop, skip , fist in the air dance.
    Seriously, this guy is gayer than Ted Thompson’s boyfreind
    ————-
    well, you would know.

  107. RC IV says: Sep 16, 2010 3:29 PM

    Supersuckers says:
    September 16, 2010 2:09 PM
    RC IV says:
    September 16, 2010 12:31 PM
    I don’t understand why Vikings fans try to insult Rodgers by spelling his name “Erin.”
    Don’t you know that the Vikings actually have someone named “Erin” (Henderson) on their team?
    ==================== =====
    How do you feel about GayRod?
    Vikings do not have on of those on their team.
    He gets made fun of for being gay because:
    He has a male roommate that “gets him”.
    His gay Rushing td celebration.
    His even gayer hop, skip , fist in the air dance.
    Seriously, this guy is gayer than Ted Thompson’s boyfreind
    ————-
    well, you would know.
    ==================
    Really?
    How lame of you.
    But that’s come to be expected out of you.
    You might want to think about “retiring” again.
    You cannot seem to come up with anything but “well said” to other peoples posts or this little gem of a ” I know you are but what am I?”
    I guess you just get tired of being verbally beaten down and cornered in your so called “battles” with Pervy, Beer and Majik.
    I guess I can’t blame you for just posting the well saids and the like.
    My question is:
    Why do you even ponder posting?

  108. scra22 says: Sep 16, 2010 3:34 PM

    @RC IV
    I don’t really care what you call him; I’m not a Packers fan. I just think it’s stupid to call him “Erin” as an insult when a Vikings player is named Erin.

  109. packers4life says: Sep 16, 2010 11:46 PM

    Viking ‘fans’ calling a player ‘gay’….really shows how mature those losers are.

  110. RC IV says: Sep 17, 2010 8:34 AM

    packers4life says:
    September 16, 2010 11:46 PM
    Viking ‘fans’ calling a player ‘gay’….really shows how mature those losers are.
    =========================
    Jesus. i hope that was sarcasm.

  111. ACS2 says: Sep 17, 2010 1:06 PM

    FoF says:
    September 16, 2010 7:54 AM
    gee, could we have Erin Rodgers trying to play GM here?
    I would be very interested to see how Ted Thompson fans react to this story considering they were soooooooo criticle of Bret Favre when he tried to suggest improvements to the team.
    ————-
    Is he going to schedule a sit-down with Greta Van Susteren now and bitch about it?

  112. ACS2 says: Sep 17, 2010 1:14 PM

    steelers rule says:
    September 15, 2010 7:11 PM
    Bring him on so then every fantasy geek who picked up Brandon Jennings will crap their pants!
    ———-
    Brandon Jennings plays basketball.

  113. arodgers12 says: Sep 18, 2010 1:54 AM

    Worst idea ever. That guy is a bust. Hawk is not a bust. Drafted to high? Yes. Brandon Jackson will do just fine. Fantasy owners be ware of KUHN in the RED ZONE!

  114. DSC says: Sep 18, 2010 1:01 PM

    majic…..no one would care if you left wisconsin! actually most would be glad……and to make yourself happy go see if favre will go in a cup and then you can drink it….bottoms up…..learn something about football on the full stomach too…might make you not seem like such a tool…

  115. va4favre says: Sep 19, 2010 9:01 AM

    It is true that Thompson was furious whenever Favre made a suggestion about personnel. He was mad when Favre asked him to draft offensive help and Thompson selected Harrell with his first round pick. That turned out great didn’t it? That he did not want to trade for Moss has been documented already. Favre was called a diva for trying to improve the team after ten years plus. Just because Thompson and Rodgers have so much in common, he will probably welcome Rodgers’ suggestions. I am really tired of the sports media refusing to write about the special ties between the two. If anyone else raises it, then they are perceived to be anti-gay, when that is not at all the case. It did play a small role in the Favre divorce from GB and the fans deserve to know the entire story.

  116. footballrulz says: Sep 19, 2010 9:52 AM

    @vagina4favre
    how about you, se18a29, fof and all the other Favre homers go read this:
    http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/Randys-rant-was-almost-a-Packer-twice.html
    and STFU.
    Now the fans, including idiots like you, know the rest of the story. The guy was in the Packer’s organization.
    Shut up homer.

  117. Majik Bullet says: Sep 19, 2010 11:14 AM

    footballrulz
    Yeah, everyone knows that Favre lobbied for Moss, and Ted wouldn’t budge on it. Huge failure on Ted’s part, being foolishly stubborn on the one year deal.
    Favre wanted to improve the team, even offering to pay for part of it out of his own pocket. Ted was more interested in proving some idiotic point than improving his team. I used to work for a guy like that. Ran things his way, refused to take advice or listen to suggestions. Responded poorly to input, and would intentionally do things just to prove a point. I left to go out on my own, his business folded about a year later.

  118. footballrulz says: Sep 19, 2010 12:03 PM

    Majik
    They had a deal in place but got outbid. He made the effort. Not saying the man’s a genius by any stretch of the imagination but he set a value on Moss and another team got him. The rest is history.
    I’m not a TT homer like Super but I’m giving him more credit than I was a year ago. I do wish he would make what appear to be obvious moves to help the team like getting Lynch or someone at RB. Maybe he will but somehow I doubt it. All in all though I’m pretty content with our chances, at least until about 4:00 this afternoon ;)
    Hope you busines is doing better than mine. This economy is killing me.

  119. ACS2 says: Sep 19, 2010 10:09 PM

    rulz, you’re wasting your time with Majik. He’s like a broken record. Offer facts and proof to back it up? He’ll just abandon the thread or keep repeating his idiotic claims.
    But don’t worry. If the queens keep losing he’ll probably disappear.

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