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Jermichael Finley's season is over

If the Packers are able to overcome their 3-3 record to make the playoffs, tight end Jermichael Finley won’t be available to help them.

The Packers placed Finley on injured reserve on Monday, ending his season.  Finley underwent surgery for a torn meniscus last week.

Perhaps the Packers just couldn’t afford to hold his roster spot with so many other injured players on the roster.  Linebacker Brady Poppinga will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his knee this week, according to coach Mike McMcCarthy.  His timeline to return is unclear.

Finley’s roster spot will go to former Jaguars safety Anthony Smith, who was acquired Sunday for a conditional seventh-round pick.  Faced with the news, Finley compared finding out that his season was over to being stuck with a needle in the eye

Packers fans can sympathize.

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  1. BigBear123 says: Oct 18, 2010 2:50 PM

    At least Packer fans won’t cry and make excuses like the ViQueens.
    Lovie will fire Martz during the bye week and end the offensive charade the Bears offense currently is. With the Bears back to run first the division will be theirs. Packers get the wild card, shame they are so beat up was looking forward to them being a batter challenge for the Bears.

  2. Kurt says: Oct 18, 2010 2:58 PM

    As a packer fan this is terrible news. Tough
    news for a young guy like him. Wish him well.
    Finley is so over confident. Why? What has he done with his three years in the league? He is a prime example of the whole team. What has this team down the last few years? Nothing – the same as the Packers the last few years.
    All this talk about how good they are leads to nothing. If Roger and company are so good, they’d be 6-0. The defense has kept them in the games. Someone please tell the team to stop all the talking until they win a playoff game or two!

  3. itsallaboutPADLEVELS says: Oct 18, 2010 3:06 PM

    Someone beat Cuntra to spot numero uno on a Pack thread…doesn’t happen too often.
    I suppose the good that comes with all of these injuries is seeing what kind of ability guys like Bishop, Shields, Zombo, Quarless, Bulaga, etc. can do on a regular basis. If these guys are the future are pegged as decent back ups, we the fans are better served sooner rather than later to see what they can do. Even if TT can’t.

  4. Ruvell200 says: Oct 18, 2010 3:17 PM

    4-4 at the halfway point last year. Everyone in Packer Land calling for MM’s head. Ended up 11-5.
    This team will overcome and conquer the NFC North. Bank on it.

  5. SoCalViking says: Oct 18, 2010 3:18 PM

    @BigBear123:
    Dude, you are delusional. The Bears got absolutely man-handled yesterday by a “rebuilding” Rams team and at home. They’ll likely hang in there the next few weeks due to their weak schedule, but then slowly fade back in the standings. Martz will continue to think he can re-create the “Best Show on Turf” with an awful O-line and a QB who can’t make a decision. And their defense will wear down like they have the past few seasons. They’re done!

  6. cmd88 says: Oct 18, 2010 3:18 PM

    Loll big bear your a bit delusional if you think firing mike martz is going to stop the fact your team is giving up 8 sacks a game, your lucky if cutler makes it to week 16 with that o line. Giving the bears are the most over rated team next to the bucs it’s only a matter of time before you guys are fighting with the lions for the cellar spot of the North. As for the pack and Vikes unfortunately for the pack once the Vikings hit stride there’s noway with a depleted team they can compete with the talent the Vikings have, sidney rice(in a few weeks), randy moss, percy harvin, adrian peterson just to name a few oh and the whole dline…Vikings take the North easily

  7. FavresWaffleOutlet says: Oct 18, 2010 3:19 PM

    BigBear123 says:
    October 18, 2010 2:50 PM
    At least Packer fans won’t cry and make excuses like the ViQueens.
    Lovie will fire Martz during the bye week and end the offensive charade the Bears offense currently is. With the Bears back to run first the division will be theirs. Packers get the wild card, shame they are so beat up was looking forward to them being a batter challenge for the Bears.
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    I agree with half of this….Martz should be let go.
    The other half about the Bears owning the division and the Packers being a better “challenge” to the Lions is laughable. No room to talk with the team in the disarray it is, but a healthy Packer team would’ve destroyed the Bears this year. Detroit should’ve given them a loss earlier….and the Bears have played terrible football in the past weeks. I HATE the Vikings, but I see them turning this around and making a run for the division. The Bears play the way they have been over the last 4 weeks going forward, and they may end up with the Pack and Lions in the basement.

  8. cheeseheadssuck says: Oct 18, 2010 3:21 PM

    “Packers get the wild card, shame they are so beat up was looking forward to them being a batter challenge for the Bears.”
    Not sure what a “batter” challenge is but if you think the Bears are going to run away with this division you’re nuts! The Bears have been lucky this season to say the least. As much as I hate the Packers I give them a much better chance of taking this division over the Bears.

  9. NFLFAN12 says: Oct 18, 2010 3:26 PM

    This team is running into an injury run never seen before with top players. Who’s next? At least the backups will get plenty of experience for next year. 9-7 finish needs to be the goal, sneak into the playoffs and get some valuable experience.
    1. Al Harris — Out
    2. Atari Bigby — Out
    3. Finley — Out for year
    4. Matthews — Out
    5. Barnett — Out for year
    6. Ryan Grant — Out for year
    7. Chillar — Out
    8. Tauscher — Out
    9. Don Lee — Out
    10. Mike Neal — Out
    11. Ryan Pickett- Out
    12. D. Martin — Out for year
    13. M. Burnett — Out for year
    14. Justin Harrell — Out for year
    15. James Stark — Out for year
    16. W. Blackmon — Out for year
    17. J. Jolly — Out for year
    17 and counting. This MASH unit won’t make it through the year… good luck Pack, you will need it.

  10. SJ Apollo says: Oct 18, 2010 3:27 PM

    “At least Packer fans won’t cry and make excuses like the ViQueens.”
    We might not cry, but we will make excuses. They still have to play the game and if they lose, they have to sit there and take it, but to act like injuries isn’t an excuse is ridiculous. Their defense was missing four starters (Burnett, Barnett, Matthews, and Pickett), two starters from last year (Harris and Bigby), and three second string players (Chillar, Poppinga, Neal). Their offense was missing three starters (Grant, Tauscher, and Finley) and their second string TE (Lee).
    There is not a team in the league that can withstand missing 13 guys that were expected to either start or heavily contribute. How many injuries does it take before you can start using injuries as an excuse?

  11. cusoman says: Oct 18, 2010 3:40 PM

    BigBear123 says:
    October 18, 2010 2:50 PM
    At least Packer fans won’t cry and make excuses like the ViQueens.
    ——————
    You’re a shill. Packer fans cried louder than anyone I’ve ever heard during a live game when they booed continuously throughout the Miami posession after the illegal formation penalty. That’s a whole stadium full of people, whereas you might find 15, at most, Vikings fans “crying” here about ref calls.
    Along with the preseason champions, we can also crown the Packers the team with the most poor sports for fans. I imagine the trophy would look something like A.Rodgers in the prone position, face down, since that’s what the fans are used to seeing on their field.

  12. DocBG says: Oct 18, 2010 3:48 PM

    # BigBear123 says: October 18, 2010 2:50 PM
    At least Packer fans won’t cry and make excuses like the ViQueens.
    Lovie will fire Martz during the bye week and end the offensive charade the Bears offense currently is. With the Bears back to run first the division will be theirs. Packers get the wild card, shame they are so beat up was looking forward to them being a batter challenge for the Bears.
    ——————————————————
    Gotta love how quickly the fear of the vikings seeps in to the division.
    Bears fans know their collapse is comming, packer fans know that is at hand. Viking fans knew that it was going to take some time to get in sync before we got things rolling again, as Favre does think too highly of himself to go to training camp.
    Its okay, vikes and packers both at 3-4 next week vikes will finish with at least 10 wins and probably the division. The big baby who posted the junk above should be aware that without martz cu_tler (don’t forget the “n”) threw 27 picks last year, at least this year defenses respect his arm a bit which opens up a running game. when you dont have an offensive line to speak of, you can’t operate on a run first basis, and giving up 9 sacks in a half is not exactly a good offensive line, but explaining logic to a bears fan is like teaching a turtle to fly.
    The worst thing about these injuries to the pack is that it will give them all the coulda woulda shoulda ammo they would ever need. fact is this is a .500 team playing in a division with only 1 real threat (the vikes) now that the vikes are clicking, the packers were done regardless of injuries.

  13. Colonel Angus says: Oct 18, 2010 3:54 PM

    NFLFAN12:
    James Starks is on the PUP and is going to practice on Wednesday, not out for the season, Donald Lee dressed yesterday and Will Blackmon was cut before the regular season started.

  14. JimmySmith says: Oct 18, 2010 3:55 PM

    Here is the positive news for Packer fans; although injuries have hit the Packers far worse than any other team, it will help expose McCarthy for the fraud of a head coach that he is. The three biggest dumbasses in the NFL right now are McCarthy, Childress and Wade Phillips, not necessarily in that order. McCarthy is completely incapable of making in-game adjustments and using the personnel that is healthy. Mark Murphy is no dummy and he needs to see this through the prism of the 2010 season and all the injuries, which are not an excuse (except for Viking fans, they love to make up excuses for 50 years of no Superbowls0)
    Hopefully, 2011 will bring a new coach for the Packers and Col Klink will still be on the Viking sidelines, that is my prayer. None of these three coaches will ever get to a Superbowl no matter how much talent they have on the team.

  15. cheeseweasel says: Oct 18, 2010 4:28 PM

    Packers season is over. Be happy you won the preseason Championship Game. You deserved it…

  16. Contra says: Oct 18, 2010 4:37 PM

    JimmySmith says:
    October 18, 2010 3:55 PM
    Hopefully, 2011 will bring a new coach for the Packers and Col Klink will still be on the Viking sidelines, that is my prayer.
    ——
    You mean the same Col Klink that has led a Viking squad to a 3-1 record against the Packers the last 2 years? Yea, I hope your prayers are answered as well!

  17. acs3 says: Oct 18, 2010 4:46 PM

    NFLFAN12 says:
    October 18, 2010 3:26 PM
    This team is running into an injury run never seen before with top players. Who’s next? At least the backups will get plenty of experience for next year. 9-7 finish needs to be the goal, sneak into the playoffs and get some valuable experience.
    1. Al Harris — Out
    2. Atari Bigby — Out
    3. Finley — Out for year
    4. Matthews — Out
    5. Barnett — Out for year
    6. Ryan Grant — Out for year
    7. Chillar — Out
    8. Tauscher — Out
    9. Don Lee — Out
    10. Mike Neal — Out
    11. Ryan Pickett- Out
    12. D. Martin — Out for year
    13. M. Burnett — Out for year
    14. Justin Harrell — Out for year
    15. James Stark — Out for year
    16. W. Blackmon — Out for year
    17. J. Jolly — Out for year
    17 and counting. This MASH unit won’t make it through the year… good luck Pack, you will need it.
    ————
    Starks is not out for the year. He’s on the PUP list, supposed to be practicing on Wednesday. However, you forgot Poppinga (due to have surgery this morning). And there’s a few no-names omitted from your list.. But they’re no-names.
    It’s getting to the point you could form an entire team full of injured Packers players.

  18. TheBaySay says: Oct 18, 2010 4:49 PM

    Oh cusoman please – give us a break. Of course the Packer fans booed that call; it was completely bogus and the flag wasn’t thrown until sixty seconds after the play was over. Are you really going to say that the crowd in the Humpty Dump has never booed a ref’s decision? That is one of the dumbest arguments I’ve ever seen here. DocBG, yeah that longship is really sailing. A three point win at home against a one-win outfit. That sent tremors through the entire league. The Vikes without a doubt have the most (healthy) talent in the division, but they’ll find some way to implode sooner or later; that’s the safest bet on the planet. I saw Peterson pretending his foot was hurt near the end of his mediocre day; obviously he’s learning things from Favre.

  19. acs3 says: Oct 18, 2010 4:53 PM

    cusoman says:
    October 18, 2010 3:40 PM
    Along with the preseason champions, we can also crown the Packers the team with the most poor sports for fans. I imagine the trophy would look something like A.Rodgers in the prone position, face down, since that’s what the fans are used to seeing on their field.
    ———-
    ….said a wonderful sport, gloating over the addition of another Packers player to the injured reserve list.
    Thank you for gracing us with your presence, oh glorious champion of fan morality! Your great sportsmanship will shine as a beacon to wayward sports fans everywhere!

  20. geauxsaints says: Oct 18, 2010 4:54 PM

    “Bears fans know their collapse is comming (sic), packer fans know that is at hand. Viking fans knew that it was going to take some time to get in sync before we got things rolling again, as Favre does think too highly of himself to go to training camp.”
    ——————
    Exactly what about the Vikes looks “in sync”? I haven’t seen one thing from them that shows they’re even close to making a push. Congrats on beating the hapless Lions and Cowboys, who have combined for 2 wins through week 6. I think your season will be done by the time the team plays another home game.
    You have to have a qb to win in the NFL, and Favre is what we thought he is…a 41 year old grandpa.

  21. acs3 says: Oct 18, 2010 4:55 PM

    Contra says:
    October 18, 2010 4:37 PM
    You mean the same Col Klink that has led a Viking squad to a 3-1 record against the Packers the last 2 years? Yea, I hope your prayers are answered as well!
    ———-
    Is he the same one who dresses as a woman, gives long, drawn out answers regarding his QB’s groin and can’t count to 11? Yeah, that guy. We bestow him upon you for all eternity.

  22. acs3 says: Oct 18, 2010 4:58 PM

    SoCalViking says:
    October 18, 2010 3:18 PM
    @BigBear123:
    Dude, you are delusional. The Bears got absolutely man-handled yesterday by a “rebuilding” Rams team and at home.
    ———
    It wasn’t the Rams. It was the SeaRams.

  23. acs3 says: Oct 18, 2010 5:02 PM

    Oh, and cusoman… Rodgers has one more sack than Favre. So I guess Queens “fans” are used to seeing Favre face down on the field, as well.

  24. Pervy's Stepdad says: Oct 18, 2010 5:04 PM

    I still find it funny that the Vikings fans here are claiming they are “back to form” after beating the Lions and Cowboys. Yeah…that’s a run. Who’s next, Bloomington Jefferson High? The Little Sisters of the Poor?

  25. itsallaboutPADLEVELS says: Oct 18, 2010 5:07 PM

    cusoman says:
    October 18, 2010 3:40 PM
    BigBear123 says:
    October 18, 2010 2:50 PM
    At least Packer fans won’t cry and make excuses like the ViQueens.
    —————– -
    You’re a shill. Packer fans cried louder than anyone I’ve ever heard during a live game when they booed continuously throughout the Miami posession after the illegal formation penalty. That’s a whole stadium full of people, whereas you might find 15, at most, Vikings fans “crying” here about ref calls.
    __
    Logically, you must’ve conveniently forgotten about the aftermath of the NFCC game last year.

  26. Green n' Gold says: Oct 18, 2010 5:23 PM

    The whole NFC North sucks

  27. Contra says: Oct 18, 2010 5:24 PM

    acs3 says:
    October 18, 2010 4:55 PM
    Contra says:
    October 18, 2010 4:37 PM
    You mean the same Col Klink that has led a Viking squad to a 3-1 record against the Packers the last 2 years? Yea, I hope your prayers are answered as well!
    ———-
    Is he the same one who dresses as a woman, gives long, drawn out answers regarding his QB’s groin and can’t count to 11? Yeah, that guy. We bestow him upon you for all eternity.
    ——-
    Yea the same guy who has led the Vikings to beating the Packers 3 out of the last 4 meetings.

  28. sand0 says: Oct 18, 2010 6:11 PM

    “At least Packer fans won’t cry and make excuses like the ViQueens.”
    Delusional Packer fan just taking his own fanbase’s reputation and trying to force feed it on another team. News flash buddy, they are making excuses. No matter how hard you wish it away it is true. You have the most delusional fanbase in the NFL. Your young core of players is mediocre at best. This team is so full of fail it is coming out green. I am loving this, really. Saw it coming.
    Do you know why I already know how your season is going to end? Or how this core of players will end? Or this QB you have? Because I’ve already seen it. The Culpepper years were eerily similar to what you have now. An absolute stat generating MVP candidate at QB. A vastly over rated defense. Horrific special teams. More hype than you can shake a stick at, yet always coming up a little short in tough games.
    The only thing you are missing is an Aaron Rodgers triple ligament knee injury. They him and McCarthy can play in the UFL in 5 years. Seriously. I’ve seen your future.

  29. Pervy xx says: Oct 18, 2010 6:22 PM

    Jermichael Finley’s season is over……as is the Packers. I heard Ted Thompson is in critical condition after attempting suicide by shoving Pop Rocks up his ass followed by a Coke enema…

  30. Contra says: Oct 18, 2010 7:34 PM

    sand0 says:
    October 18, 2010 6:11 PM
    “At least Packer fans won’t cry and make excuses like the ViQueens.”
    Delusional Packer fan just taking his own fanbase’s reputation and trying to force feed it on another team. News flash buddy, they are making excuses. No matter how hard you wish it away it is true. You have the most delusional fanbase in the NFL. Your young core of players is mediocre at best. This team is so full of fail it is coming out green. I am loving this, really. Saw it coming.
    Do you know why I already know how your season is going to end? Or how this core of players will end? Or this QB you have? Because I’ve already seen it. The Culpepper years were eerily similar to what you have now. An absolute stat generating MVP candidate at QB. A vastly over rated defense. Horrific special teams. More hype than you can shake a stick at, yet always coming up a little short in tough games.
    The only thing you are missing is an Aaron Rodgers triple ligament knee injury. They him and McCarthy can play in the UFL in 5 years. Seriously. I’ve seen your future.
    ———–
    OUCH! That even hurt to read….but….yea im laughing about it. Nice one Sando!

  31. Contra says: Oct 18, 2010 7:35 PM

    sand0 says:
    October 18, 2010 6:11 PM
    “At least Packer fans won’t cry and make excuses like the ViQueens.”
    Delusional Packer fan just taking his own fanbase’s reputation and trying to force feed it on another team. News flash buddy, they are making excuses. No matter how hard you wish it away it is true. You have the most delusional fanbase in the NFL. Your young core of players is mediocre at best. This team is so full of fail it is coming out green. I am loving this, really. Saw it coming.
    Do you know why I already know how your season is going to end? Or how this core of players will end? Or this QB you have? Because I’ve already seen it. The Culpepper years were eerily similar to what you have now. An absolute stat generating MVP candidate at QB. A vastly over rated defense. Horrific special teams. More hype than you can shake a stick at, yet always coming up a little short in tough games.
    The only thing you are missing is an Aaron Rodgers triple ligament knee injury. They him and McCarthy can play in the UFL in 5 years. Seriously. I’ve seen your future.
    ——
    OUCH! That even hurt me to read! But…yea im laughing my ass off! Nice one Sando.

  32. Pervy xx says: Oct 18, 2010 8:16 PM

    The Green Bay Packers are the most overrated team in all of sports.Routinely getting the preseason championship nod and revered by a fat mouth fan base that do not understand football. Aaron”the skipping douche” “championship belt” Rodgers is called a great qb only by the losers left at the alter in WI by Lord Favre.
    Skippy Rodgers is 7-13 in games decided by 7 points or less. In the Big games,tight within 4 points he is a big fat crummy 1-11. He will never be a contender,he is a stat whore pretender.He will forever live in the shadow of Favre and curse the cheese stuffing douchers of Green Bay into endless seasons of mediocracy…..

  33. crazyguy says: Oct 18, 2010 8:19 PM

    Yawn. I can almost predict the threads anymore. Let’s all agree on something … The whole NFC north sucks.

  34. cusoman says: Oct 18, 2010 8:40 PM

    acs3 says: October 18, 2010 4:53 PM
    cusoman says:
    October 18, 2010 3:40 PM
    Along with the preseason champions, we can also crown the Packers the team with the most poor sports for fans. I imagine the trophy would look something like A.Rodgers in the prone position, face down, since that’s what the fans are used to seeing on their field.
    ———-
    ….said a wonderful sport, gloating over the addition of another Packers player to the injured reserve list.
    Thank you for gracing us with your presence, oh glorious champion of fan morality! Your great sportsmanship will shine as a beacon to wayward sports fans everywhere!
    ———
    Wait a second, at what point did I gloat specifically over Finley’s injury? Last I checked, A.Rod isn’t injured, but he sure gets sacked/hurried a lot, that was the joke, oh king of straw men.

  35. I_H8_Waffles says: Oct 18, 2010 9:43 PM

    Where are all the TT haters? Ted made a trade! You should be excited!!!

  36. Beer Cheese Soup says: Oct 19, 2010 3:38 AM

    Pervy xx says:
    Jermichael Finley’s season is over……as is the Packers. I heard Ted Thompson is in critical condition after attempting suicide by shoving Pop Rocks up his ass followed by a Coke enema…
    ____________
    Damn shame it didn’t work!!
    Yes, we all know the Packers season is over now. This as opposed to the Vikings season, which was over before it began.
    It isn’t all bad. At least we get an all-new front office and coaching staff next year. No idea who the new GM will be, though reports state it won’t be Millen, so whoever it is will be a HUGE improvement over Ted.
    You guys may very well beat us next week, but neither team will see the postseason. Not that you care about such things anyway.
    I_H8_Waffles says:
    Where are all the TT haters? Ted made a trade! You should be excited!!!
    ____________
    I’m right here…
    I was hoping for a different kind of trade, you know, one that would actually improve this miserable franchise?
    It’s probably too late now though. Too late to salvage this season, and FAR too late for Ted to keep his job once the year is over.

  37. Tompadre says: Oct 19, 2010 6:53 AM

    BigBear123 says:
    October 18, 2010 2:50 PM
    At least Packer fans won’t cry and make excuses like the ViQueens.
    —————————————–
    Of course they’ll cry and make excuses, but quite frankly, with this amount of injuries I don’t know of a fan base that wouldn’t. It’s actually gotten to a point where it’s stunning to see so many this early in the season.
    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    Ruvell200 says:
    October 18, 2010 3:17 PM
    4-4 at the halfway point last year. Everyone in Packer Land calling for MM’s head. Ended up 11-5.
    This team will overcome and conquer the NFC North. Bank on it.
    ————————————-
    Since you’re comparing last year to this…
    What’s the same:
    - O-line still sucks
    - Special Teams still sucks
    - D-backfield is still uneven
    - Defense still pads stats against patsies (i.e.Bills)
    - Defense still can be exposed by good veteran
    QB (i.e. D McNabb)
    - Too many penalties
    - Inability to win close games
    What’s different:
    - Much harder schedule
    - # of injuries that has already gone beyond
    ridiculous
    - Now no running game
    - Defense now being exposed by mediocre QBs
    (i.e. S Hill, C Henne)
    Rodgers is a very good young QB (although sando’s comparison to Culpepper is more accurate than you might think) and a good WR corp (although Jones & Nelson are a little over-rated @ this point) and some defensive players are impressive, but overcoming the issues listed above will make it difficult for your prediction to come true. Good luck with that!
    Now the Vikings? Who knows? Let’s just chalk it up to the Viking curse – it’s always something.
    I think I just might agree with Green n’ Gold & crazyguy -
    “The whole NFC North sucks”
    (maybe we can combine them and field a decent team)

  38. acs3 says: Oct 19, 2010 9:56 AM

    sand0 says:
    October 18, 2010 6:11 PM
    “At least Packer fans won’t cry and make excuses like the ViQueens.”
    Delusional Packer fan just taking his own fanbase’s reputation and trying to force feed it on another team. News flash buddy, they are making excuses. No matter how hard you wish it away it is true. You have the most delusional fanbase in the NFL. Your young core of players is mediocre at best. This team is so full of fail it is coming out green. I am loving this, really. Saw it coming.
    ———–
    I really think this guy can’t read. Did you look at the poster’s name, dipshit? Or any of the rest of his post?
    Reading comprehension 101.

  39. Beer Cheese Soup says: Oct 19, 2010 10:51 AM

    Tompadre says:
    I think I just might agree with Green n’ Gold & crazyguy -
    “The whole NFC North sucks”
    (maybe we can combine them and field a decent team)
    ____________
    That’s the most sensible thing I’ve read on here in a week. Let’s do that.

  40. Supersuckers2 says: Oct 20, 2010 11:35 AM

    “I’m right here…
    I was hoping for a different kind of trade, you know, one that would actually improve this miserable franchise?
    It’s probably too late now though. Too late to salvage this season, and FAR too late for Ted to keep his job once the year is over.

    ————–
    Dude chill. Its 6 games into the season.

  41. Beer Cheese Soup says: Oct 20, 2010 7:46 PM

    Supersuckers2 says:
    Dude chill. Its 6 games into the season.
    ____________
    …and it’s six YEARS into Ted’s reign of failure.
    Insanity is doing the same thing repeatedly, each time expecting different results.

  42. Beer Cheese Soup says: Oct 20, 2010 7:49 PM

    As I’ve said before Suck, the only people who still support Ted are NOT football experts. They’re accountants, gay rights activists, closet Viking fans and worthless ignorant inbred homers.
    Which one are you?

  43. Supersuckers2 says: Oct 21, 2010 9:54 AM

    Ted doesnt drop passes, miss field goals, commit penalties etc. Obviously this team is talented. In fact a NFL GM is on the road during the season more then he is at his office. If you really NEED to blame someone for the mediocre start you blame McCarthy. ted assembled a very talented group as stated by dozens of people in the NFL media circles that are in the know. Also stated by your buddy Favre in his conference call yesterday. You don’t like Ted. That’s fine. But your opinion doesnt matter because you are not in the know. You are a nobody like the rest of us. I’ll take the opinions of the experts as my interpretation of the Job Thompson has done. According to them, he’s done a helluva job. McCarthy? His tooshie might be getting a bit waarm on the other hand.

  44. Beer Cheese Soup says: Oct 21, 2010 11:32 AM

    Put your Favre card away. You know me better than that, I don’t like that moron any more than I like Ted.
    You’re right about one thing, my opinion doesn’t matter. Else that white-haired fool would have been shot dead already. However, your opinion means even less, as mine has at least to this point been correct.
    McCarthy is a very mediocre coach. He’s a true quarterback guru, but not much in the leadership and discipline department. He could probably win games if he had better players, just as the slightly-more-inept Childress has been, but according to his own words, your “very talented group” can’t seem to grasp a concept as basic as pad level, which we all learned in HIGH SCHOOL (except Pervy of course, he’s never played a down at any level).
    Now of course, we all know (except for you AND Pervy, of course) that a good GM will preside over a successful team. Ted has yet to do that. His teams have been one and done, at best, for all but one of his entire eleven years in the league. That’s not a “helluva” (who says that? are you 15??) job by any stretch. That’s an utterly pathetic job. Little bit different.
    McCarthy is not on the hot seat because of anything he’s done. In fact, like Rodgers, McCarthy deserves a lot of credit for doing as well as he has, given the joke of a team he’s had to work with. The only reason he’s on the hot seat is because Ted is planning to make his a scapegoat for his own ineptitude. Then it’ll be several years of true Ted failure with a new coach.
    I really don’t know why you bother trying to claim to be a Packer fan. You obviously hate the team a lot, you always want to see them fail so badly. It sounds like some sort of split personality disorder. Get some help. Or at least a reality check.
    Ted is the worst GM currently in the league. Nothing you can say will ever change that.
    The sooner you accept the truth, the better things will be for you.

  45. Supersuckers2 says: Oct 21, 2010 11:48 AM

    ” That’s not a “helluva” (who says that? are you 15??) job by any stretch. That’s an utterly pathetic job. Little bit different.”
    ————
    Again, that is your opinion and the exact opposite of the experts and Teds peers. Ill ride with them.

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