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MRI Monday in Green Bay as injuries reach crisis point

The Packers are hardly the only team to be hit hard by injuries this season, but they had a particularly vicious Sunday against the Redskins.  The results of MRI Monday in Green Bay could go a long way in determining how they recover.

Tight end Jermichael Finley, defensive tackle Ryan Pickett, linebacker Clay Matthews, tight end Donald Lee, and special teamer Derrick Martin will undergo further testing after leaving Sunday’s game in Washington.  Quarterback Aaron Rodgers needs to pass concussion tests to play next week against Miami.

“It’s never been this bad. I’ve never experienced it in my 10 years,” Pickett said via the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

While running back Ryan Grant and linebacker Nick Barnett won’t be returning this year, it remains to be seen how serious the injuries above are.  Packers fans feel like the sky is falling, but it’s only Week Five.

The Packers face the Dolphins, Vikings, Jets, and Cowboys the next four weeks before their bye.  If they can just survive that stretch with, say, a 5-4 record, they will be in good enough shape to get healthy and make a playoff push late. 

That’s what championship-caliber teams do, regardless of injuries.

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  1. joetoronto says: Oct 11, 2010 8:55 AM

    It’s the NFL, every team has injuries.
    The GOOD teams overcome them, the pretenders cry.

  2. cusoman says: Oct 11, 2010 8:57 AM

    “That’s what championship-caliber teams do, regardless of injuries.”
    Yep, so no complaining and pinning losses on injuries, Pack fans.

  3. Kipinc says: Oct 11, 2010 8:59 AM

    Per Courtney Finley (Jermichael’s wife), they want to reduce his pay plus 2 games.

  4. Infidel says: Oct 11, 2010 9:00 AM

    In hindsight, it’s probably good that Ted Thompson did not land Marshawn Lynch.
    Because Mike McCarthy would never give him the ball.
    Hell, Thompson could trade for Adrian Peterson and McCarthy would call oh, 10 running plays for him.
    Any chance Matt Flynn, the southern boy from LSU pulls a Favre Sunday and Rodgers doesn’t see the field again?
    Thompson could then trade Rodgers for another ….wait for it ….fullback!
    Giggity ….
    Thank you. Thanks a lot …I’m here all week …

  5. Nsblend says: Oct 11, 2010 9:09 AM

    Panic Mode in GB

  6. Chrisl4064 says: Oct 11, 2010 9:11 AM

    If you value your team’s health this year, DO NOT play the Redskins

  7. PackersHome says: Oct 11, 2010 9:19 AM

    We’re not championship-caliber anymore. You can add up the injuries or the lack of focus, either way, not a championship-caliber team at all.

  8. JoeFlaccosUniBrow says: Oct 11, 2010 9:19 AM

    I work in MRI, and that list is a typical schedule with what we do in a whole day…and that’s just the Packers!
    Sheesh!

  9. FavresWaffleOutlet says: Oct 11, 2010 9:19 AM

    Class again.
    No one is making excuses for injuries….they happen. No team in the league is as decimated as this team and they’ll still be in every game because of depth.
    Go back to trolling the internet pretending to find stories that all of these stories of Gramps showing off his crank and trying to tag anything that walks isn’t true. Before we’re done, it’ll come out that Favre was hanging with the high schoolers in MS during camp because he’s the second coming of Chewie.
    When Favre gets knocked clean out tonight…you’ll feel the injury bug, and then we will watch YOU donkeys cry about how the season is lost. I’m hoping for a Viking comeback on the season so Favre can complete his quad-fecta of ending his last 4 years with a season-ending pick. When him and Deanna break bad…PervyFavrin will re-sign for another 2 or 3 and get his hooks in some fat MN troll massage therapist.
    Jags.

  10. JoeFlaccosUniBrow says: Oct 11, 2010 9:22 AM

    @Infidel
    That’s hilarious only because it’s the truth!
    Truth IS stranger then Fiction!

  11. vikes backer says: Oct 11, 2010 9:32 AM

    Looks like the superbowl favorite is fading fast!

  12. Moseycade24 says: Oct 11, 2010 9:33 AM

    Kipinc – you should know what you’re posting before doing it. Finley’s wifes post has NOTHING to do with the status of his injury yesterday. She is talking about the NFL wanting to go to 18 games next year and the players not getting compensated. Stop trying to report stories that you see on twitter, moron

  13. GrandsoOfCoach says: Oct 11, 2010 9:35 AM

    From a Packer fan, @Joetorronto and @cusoman. You are absolutely right. Good teams overcome injuries–although how they overcome them may be going .500 over a stretch as guys get settled or return and regroup for a late playoff push. The end of the season will tell how good the Packers are. Not any one individual game.
    After all it doesn’t matter who you beat, or how you beat them to get to the playoffs–just that you find a way get there and then make some noise. We’ll see if the Packers can do that.

  14. betheball says: Oct 11, 2010 9:37 AM

    Nick Barnett has yet to be ruled out for the year. Perhaps you meant safety Morgan Burnett.
    Three out of our next four are at home and come against teams with their own flaws. Injuries or no injuries, I’ll be disappointed if the Packers aren’t at least 6-3 heading into the bye.

  15. afogg0855 says: Oct 11, 2010 9:43 AM

    Have the packers beaten ONE good team in the past 2 years?

  16. SJ Apollo says: Oct 11, 2010 9:49 AM

    “Looks like the superbowl favorite is fading fast!”
    Says the fan of a team which was also a preseason Super Bowl contender only they have an even worse record and a tougher schedule over the next four weeks.

  17. Pete Rose Haircut says: Oct 11, 2010 9:52 AM

    @ infidel, by “pulling a Favre”, do you honestly think that Flynn will send Mcarthy pictures of what 4th and inches really looks like?

  18. Tony says: Oct 11, 2010 9:52 AM

    Dear joetoronto and cusoman:
    Q: “It’s the NFL, every team has injuries.”
    A: Yes, we know. But the reason this report exists is because Green Bay has it a bit worse than normal. As this article says, “The Packers are hardly the only team to be hit hard by injuries this season, but they had a particularly vicious Sunday against the Redskins.”
    Q: “The GOOD teams overcome them, the pretenders cry.”
    A: The GOOD teams do overcome an injury here and there, true. But good luck finding real talent at third-string depth at nearly every position. Coming into their game against Washington, Green Bay was already nicked-up. Back-up for a back-up equals… practice squad guys!
    Q: “Yep, so no complaining and pinning losses on injuries, Pack fans.”
    A: I don’t get it. What should GB be blaming losses on? They’re hurt! Are you going to start ripping on a team for not holding star players three or four deep at each position? Plus, when this many players are hurt, it’s like a completely new team. Good luck on that rhythm. GB apologizes for not having a back-up Superbowl team. C’mon, people.

  19. JimmySmith says: Oct 11, 2010 9:53 AM

    Packer fans do not make excuses, for injuries or otherwise, we leave that unsavory practice for the professional excuse makers otherwise known as CryQueen fans.
    Its been an odd year in the NFL and especially the NFC where the Bears are now the front runners. The season is a marathon and its far from over.
    Let’s see if Karma rears its ugly head and BrINT serves a suspension. Let’s see Chilly actually outcoach somebody other than the Lions. Let’s see if the Bears can keep this up because come the end of the season, somebody from the NFC North will win the division and its far from clear who that team will be.

  20. CHIEF ZEE says: Oct 11, 2010 9:58 AM

    I can’t believe the skins pulled out the victory considering Stephen Heyer was playing.

  21. carp killah says: Oct 11, 2010 10:01 AM

    You KNOW that everyone will be jumping on Minnesota’s bandwagon, at least until tonight when they lose. No team has ever failed to meet expectations the way Minnesota has.
    The only thing I can say is that it’s early, it’s much better to have these injuries in week 5 than in week 15.
    As I said, Minnesota will underachieve, and Green Bay will win a weak and overhyped division, get healthy in time for the playoffs, and end up being the best team in the Conference.

  22. fritz3249 says: Oct 11, 2010 10:12 AM

    Starters on defense missing for the skins game:
    Bigby (starting Safety on Pup)
    Harris (starting CB on Pup)
    Shields (starting nickel CB out past three weeks)
    Burnett (starting Safety who replaced Bigby on IR)
    Barnett (starting MLB. Put on IR last week)
    Pickett (Starting DE out in first quarter)
    Matthews (starting OLB out early 3rd quarter)
    Offense:
    Grant (starting RB on IR)
    Tauscher (Starting RT hurt last week and missed game)
    Finley (starting TE left during first series)
    Lee (back-up TE left in first quarter)
    Every team has injuries but not to this many KEY players.

  23. Bob Loblaw says: Oct 11, 2010 10:23 AM

    I hope the heat is on Ted Thompson.
    His arrogance in not going after key free agents and going for quanity over quality in the draft, and generally crowning himself a genius for raiding other team’s practice squad and looking for sleepers in the draft is killing the Packers.
    First of all, outside having the O-lineman from Iowa falling to them, he didn’t really address the offensive line. A guy like Artis Hicks from the Vikings — someone with starting experience at four positions — was available at a modest price in free agency, but that was against his philosophy. Instaed keep two broken down fossils at tackle and below average linemen in the interior.
    The result, they lost their top RB and for the second year Aaron Rogers is running for his life.
    Now Rogers could miss a game (and if he stays healthy the rest of the season he’ll be lucky), and the Packers would have to start a guy who was a part-time starter in college with almost no NFL experience.
    And why woould he start? Because Thompson is too arrogant to bring in a solid veteran QB with NFL experience. Look at the Lions. They lose Mathew Stafford, and have a quality backup (Shaun Hill) who has been around.
    If Flynn starts (and Flynn may be a good QB someday, but should be a legit #3 with a veteran at the backup to help Rogers see things and fill in when needed), he will see blitzes like the Packers are not used to. That means the WRs will be taken out of the game because Flynn will have to get rid of the ball on his first read.
    And once the Packers have their WRs taken out of the game, they become a below average team.
    So Packer fans can blame injuries, but Ted Thompson can’t. It’s his job to to provide depth to fill in when injuries occur. And that’s where Thompson has failed the Packers.

  24. Monctonviking says: Oct 11, 2010 10:38 AM

    Finlay looks to be done as dinner the others will be back ..Packers will be in form the rest of the year. The d is also in tact and jackson finally out preformed expectations NFC is wide open
    …i think pft knows they will get a ton of posts anytime they mention the anything viking or packer related

  25. Infidel says: Oct 11, 2010 10:40 AM

    Pragmatic Packers fans fully recognize the team has underachieved the past two seasons. They understand that injuries did not cause them to lose to Bears and Skins.
    They also understand that a team that is once again sleep-walking through the start of another season – via its undisciplined and sloppy play –  is a direct reflection of how it is coached.
    Mike McCarthy is in his fifth year at the helm. His pedigree is as a pass-first offensive coordinator with New Orleans and briefly with SF.
    In those five years in GB he has failed to correct the team’s penalty issues, poor special teams, and his own zone blocking system.
    Add his horrible replay challenges and poor clock management and you can see why Ted Thompson will have a major decision to make about his HC come January.

  26. BigBear123 says: Oct 11, 2010 10:41 AM

    Preseason champs regular season chumps.
    That is the PFT SB pick curse.

  27. vikings rule says: Oct 11, 2010 10:41 AM

    HAHAHAHA Packers SUCK!!! THE JETS ARE GOING DOWN

  28. PackerRube13 says: Oct 11, 2010 10:50 AM

    I am against making excuses for officials, injuries, “We outplayed them but still lost”, or the worst one “we beat ourselves, they didn’t beat us.”
    But this is ridiculous. The Viking fans are the king of excuses, so for a good analogy I’ll break down who they would have to be without to make it an even playing field.
    T. Johnson, Safety
    Shiancoe, TE
    Loadholt, RT
    EJ Henderson, ILB
    Chad Greenway, OLB (Mathews if he is out)
    Cedric Griffin, CB (They are, like we are with Harris)
    Adrian Peterson, RB (starting RB right? back to back 1200+ yard seasons by grant)
    Ben Leber, OLB (Chillar is out)
    Ray Edwards DE (Pickett)
    Madieu Williams, S (Bigby)
    And find out that Favre had a concussion on the last play, a helmet to helmet hit that went uncalled, and I can only imagine the outcry from the whiney Viking fans. Can’t you? They would go 2-14.
    No excuses, we have to play better. Our coaching is our biggest issue right now. Single handedly cost us the two losses. But its a long year and we still have a winning record. And we should beat Miami.

  29. isonic1 says: Oct 11, 2010 10:51 AM

    Wait a second… I could have sworn all I heard all week leading up to this game was Ted Thompson for GM of year again. Hmm, funny how one week can change everyones mind.

  30. purpleguy says: Oct 11, 2010 10:56 AM

    Tough game for the Pack, but at least none of Sunday’s injuries appear to be season-ending. And did Lee injure his shoulder in that TD celebration? If they want to rest up and heal until Monday October 25th, that’s probably fine with most Viking fans.

  31. Ambrose says: Oct 11, 2010 10:59 AM

    cusoman says:
    October 11, 2010 8:57 AM
    …..so no complaining and pinning losses on injuries, Pack fans.
    ———————————————
    We wouldn’t think of it!

  32. MuskyHunter2542 says: Oct 11, 2010 11:00 AM

    Let me beat the Viqueens fans to the punch….
    The Packers season is over!!!!

  33. IBleedDCRed says: Oct 11, 2010 11:02 AM

    “If you value your team’s health this year, DO NOT play the Redskins”
    Best post I’ve seen yet!

  34. Infidel says: Oct 11, 2010 11:02 AM

    McCarthy chooses the roster. McCarthy calls the game.
    GB ran the ball effectively Sunday. As usual McCarthy gives up on the run. McCarthy eschews the run for the pass … Skins had safeties 30 yards off the ball and McCarthy elects to throw it …Five years of this now …
    McCarthy was so flippant about 4th down failure when he said “it was a wash” as defense held and GB got FG next series.
    That’s BS. That stand gave Skins confidence. They knew they could stop GB.
    And McCarthy kept playing right into their hands by passing …

  35. greenmeattruck says: Oct 11, 2010 11:06 AM

    on the replay of pickett’s injury, it was clear that he was hurt by a DIRTY play. the skin’s RT grabbed his ankle from behind and rolled his shoulder up on the back of pickett’s knee. if the nfl is going to fine safties for making a perfectly clean hit on a “defensless reciever”, this skin should most certainly be fined for this. i personally don’t agree with all these fines the nfl hands down, but if they set such a precedent, they need to be consistant with it!

  36. Gravy Makes Sconnies Fatter says: Oct 11, 2010 11:23 AM

    i agree with bob loblaw, ted thompson is just a horrible and cheap g.m. with a very mediocre record and i don’t blame pcker fans for blaming him. chubs isn’t a very good coach either.

  37. Mac says: Oct 11, 2010 11:24 AM

    Ouch this really hurts, but that’s life in the NFL. But a good GM will have depth on the roster. We’ll see how that works out now.

  38. BigMikeSkinsFan says: Oct 11, 2010 11:26 AM

    its what we do this year in DC. we have put out at least one player in each game….
    I wish them all a speedy recovery.

  39. Infidel says: Oct 11, 2010 11:35 AM

    Skins are an 8-8 outfit. Which I realize is an improvement in DC …It’s an old team thanks to Danny Boy’s meddling. McNabb looks awful. Rex Grossman behind him. Yeah, they’re set up real well at QB position.

  40. Infidel says: Oct 11, 2010 11:36 AM

    Skins are an 8-8 outfit. Which I realize is an improvement in DC …It’s an old team thanks to Danny Boy’s meddling. McNabb looks awful. Rex Grossman behind him. Yeah, they’re set up real well at QB position.

  41. Workin' Man says: Oct 11, 2010 11:39 AM

    Despite what viking fans may think along with the press, this isnt the end of the packers. Yeah we got the injury bug, and got it bad.
    The Redskins hit, give them credit for that. I wouldnt want to play them again, they are a angry team, playing with a chip on their shoulder.
    The injuries suck but are not all that bad, Barnett done for the year? That is looking to be the case. We have hade bishop waiting in the wings for years. Now is his time. We played VERY well against the run this game. 10 tackles in the first half. Torain 40 yards for the game, cant tell me good mike play isnt the root cause of that.
    Saftey Burnett gone for the year, oh well, he did not play well the first few games, he was a rookie in training. Look for bigby to take that spot back when he is back after next week.
    reports on finley look promising, maybe a week or 2. Quarless filled in. and should be our #2 TE
    Pickett will be fine as well, Neal filled in and provided more of a pass rush than pickett does (not as strong against the run, but it didnt matter on sunday did it?)
    Rodgers will be fine, maybe he will miss a week? Several NFL scouts and GM’s said Flynn is the best backup in the league (unproven yet)
    matthews, just a strain.
    sheilds, martin down, who cares.

  42. Redskinfansince82 says: Oct 11, 2010 11:40 AM

    We Play “Real FootBall in DC” No fantasy teams hear. Not to NFL Coaches if your team is healthy don’t get on the bus to DC. lol

  43. dirty ernie says: Oct 11, 2010 11:45 AM

    The injuries are real and there are a lot of them.
    I would have expected McCart to adapt to the situation and change things up.
    I have this feeling that his philosophy is, lets pass often and early, get ahead then play defense. Nice, idea but it ain’t workin.
    He had to know it would be hotter than a waffle iron on the field yesterday, a good opportunity to run the ball and tire out the defense, resting your defense in the process.
    Apparenly he doesn’t think like that. His defense was gased by the 4th quarter. They had nothing left. GB is losing the games in the4th quarter.
    My crystal ball see’s a real tough stretch down the road and maybe a vacant seat on the coaching bench in the future?

  44. Footballz says: Oct 11, 2010 12:16 PM

    PackerRube13 says:
    October 11, 2010 10:50 AM
    I am against making excuses for officials, injuries, “We outplayed them but still lost”, or the worst one “we beat ourselves, they didn’t beat us.”
    But this is ridiculous. The Viking fans are the king of excuses, so for a good analogy I’ll break down who they would have to be without to make it an even playing field.
    T. Johnson, Safety
    Shiancoe, TE
    Loadholt, RT
    EJ Henderson, ILB
    Chad Greenway, OLB (Mathews if he is out)
    Cedric Griffin, CB (They are, like we are with Harris)
    Adrian Peterson, RB (starting RB right? back to back 1200+ yard seasons by grant)
    Ben Leber, OLB (Chillar is out)
    Ray Edwards DE (Pickett)
    Madieu Williams, S (Bigby)
    And find out that Favre had a concussion on the last play, a helmet to helmet hit that went uncalled, and I can only imagine the outcry from the whiney Viking fans. Can’t you? They would go 2-14.
    No excuses, we have to play better. Our coaching is our biggest issue right now. Single handedly cost us the two losses. But its a long year and we still have a winning record. And we should beat Miami.
    __________________________________
    You cannot compare losing Grant to losing Peterson. With that said we lost or have lost each of the following this year. Griffin, Cook, Rice, Harvin, Loadholt, Sullivan, Shiancoe, Gerhart. Every team has injuries. Try playing the Saints with only 3 CBs. That was not fun. Or Brandon Marshall and Calvin Johnson with your 4th CB guarding him.

  45. piccolo says: Oct 11, 2010 12:16 PM

    Man, you Vikes and Pack whiners need to think bigger picture. Look, even my Bears suck and they lead the division. No team in the entire NFL is ready for prime time. The NFC Central winner will most likely have 7 losses so chill out. Injuries or not almost any reasonable team can win it all let alone our division.
    That said, you guys better pick up the slack soon or we’ll be stuck with another contract on Lovie!

  46. Rodgers4President says: Oct 11, 2010 12:20 PM

    I don’t think the defense was so much as gassed as that they just didn’t have CMIII. He was dominating the game until the hamstring issue. I think if he hadn’t had to leave the game then it would have turned out differently. Finley was a big loss but nothing compared to the loss of Matthews.

  47. Bob Loblaw says: Oct 11, 2010 12:31 PM

    Hey Workin’ Man, what GMs said Flynn is the best backup in the NFL? (besides Ted Thompson).
    How can any GM say a guy who started just a few games in college and has not thrown a meaningful pass in the NFL be the best?
    Did you just hear it from someone that some GMs said this? Or can you post a link to this? I’ve never even heard Flynn name in the conversation as one of the better back-ups, much less the best of the bunch.

  48. FavretoMoss says: Oct 11, 2010 12:35 PM

    Ambrose says:
    October 11, 2010 10:59 AM
    cusoman says:
    October 11, 2010 8:57 AM
    …..so no complaining and pinning losses on injuries, Pack fans.
    ——————– ——————– —–
    We wouldn’t think of it!
    ===================
    No, you wouldn’t because Packer fans whine about non exsistent penalty calls. All of these injuries, well, it could not happen to a better fanbase. You would think you guys would shut the hell up, but no, keep bragging on this team and how they will “beat Miami”.

  49. sand0 says: Oct 11, 2010 12:36 PM

    Oddly enough this is about the time last season that Packers fans started to see their team’s true colors. Funny how a monster preseason doesn’t really matter come game time. Guys out there trying too hard to compensate for a lack of team balance and that is how you get guys hurt.
    At least they have the excuses that Packer fans so crave. It’s never the team’s fault or the management. Always have to have an excuse.
    Well we would win every superbowl if not for circumstances outside of the team’s control.
    Lollerskates.

  50. FireFlorio says: Oct 11, 2010 12:37 PM

    In 2004 the Pats started 41 different starters due to a rash of injuries – including WR Troy Brown at Nickel Back on defense.
    They won the Super Bowl that year.
    Suck it up Green Bay. This is the NFL. Injuries happen. Go out and play.

  51. alphamail says: Oct 11, 2010 12:50 PM

    No excuses – the Packers tried to slide by on 10 points and they lost. Injuries suck but all teams deal with injuries. And no that hit on Rodgers wasn’t deliberate – not vicious. The Packers simply lost a tough game on the road in the final seconds, just like they did two weeks ago.
    Season over? I don’t think so.
    Challenges ahead? Of course. Again that goes for all teams. Nothing comes easy in the NFL.
    I’d still take the Packers’ problems over the Vikings’ right now. That doesn’t mean Favre and Moss won’t light it up tonight though….should be entertaining.

  52. shaggytoodle says: Oct 11, 2010 12:51 PM

    Yeah every team has injuries but this is getting CRAZY. GB could overcome the injuries if they had a better coach. Speaking of coaching, could ANY of this be the strength and conditioning coachs fault? I know some people get bent in wierd spots, and the play on Pickett was flipping cheap. I do wonder about the others as well though.

  53. I'm Making a Point Here! says: Oct 11, 2010 1:09 PM

    I am a Packer Backer…. Yes, we have injuries but also we have experienced some bad coaching too….. We had a chance yesterday until the goal line stance against Washington. In a game as close as this one was, you take the points, kick the field goal….. This could have made the difference who won the game…… I think it was bad coaching on McCarthy’s part…..

  54. CaptainMarvel says: Oct 11, 2010 1:14 PM

    Ranting about Favre’s season-ending pick? LOL Packers fans really are in panic mode. Oh by the way, you forget that last year the NFCC game didn’t end on a season-ending pick. It ended in OT with bad officiating. Actually it was the Packers’ season that ended on a game-ending QB drop-kick.

  55. boysrollsmokespole says: Oct 11, 2010 1:25 PM

    Lombardi would roll over in his grave to hear all this whining. I have never, I mean never heard this much boo hooing over a loss in my life.
    Pack is focusing on the next game, not on the Skins game. If you enjoy feeding into this article to vent your feelings, then get real and look for something positive to take out of the loss. The whiners need to accept the fact that the Redskins, who missed key players, have less to offer in the way of wide outs and an older QB, just beat you up. They beat the Eagirls up the week before and handed out a few cracked ribs and some concussions. What did you expect from a team who does not have the talent of the Packers? The thing that they have been doing, and doing well, is hitting. Sorry you got in the way. Deal with it. BTW, waht was your big hitter doing on the bench at the end of the game? Out of gas from chasing an old QB all day?

  56. DB26 says: Oct 11, 2010 2:07 PM

    Jerome Harrison, Matt Roth, Shaun Rogers, & Eric Barton for a 2nd & 4th. The Browns are 1-4 with both QB options on the mend. I think it is time for the Browns to make some moves looking forward to bringing in more youth.
    Any Packers fans wanna take that trade?

  57. AlwaysBrewing says: Oct 11, 2010 2:33 PM

    @JimmySmith
    Packers fans don’t make excuses? Have you ever been in Green Bay after a loss?
    “The refs made terrible calls! They all went against us! Most of those 18 penalties were totally B.S.!”

  58. kotapug says: Oct 11, 2010 5:32 PM

    I fell sorry for the pack fan base not because of the injuries but that you have Jimmy Smith associate himself with you guys . Its only week 5 a lot of games left plus our division does not look that strong at this point. As a vikes fan Im glad to see moss back home and wish Favre would not act like a creep.

  59. IKNOWALL says: Oct 11, 2010 5:56 PM

    Green Bay’s season: 5 and 11.

  60. Redskinfansince82 says: Oct 11, 2010 7:27 PM

    @boysrollsmokespole
    That’s the best post yet….funny lmao! Skins They beat the Eagirls up the week before and handed out a few cracked ribs and some concussions.

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