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What we learned: Friday night

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Below is our quick look back at Friday night’s two game slate.  If you missed Thursday night’s recap, miss it no more.

Packers 24, Colts 21

1. Aaron Rodgers looks ready for the season.  He was sharp again, especially in the no-huddle offense. Rodgers has completed 34-of-43 passes for 375 yards with three scores in the preseason.

2. Green Bay’s offensive line doesn’t look ready yet. Rodgers took four sacks in one half. Chad Clifton had a very rough night, with two sacks allowed and a holding call to nullify a touchdown.

3. Former Bears defensive tackle Tommie Harris has found life in Indianapolis.  He likely wrapped up a roster spot with a good effort, including a key sack.

4. Packers running back Ryan Grant looked blah once again. He split time with James Starks, who may have struggled with blocking assignments on third downs.  Starks was a nice weapon as a receiver.

5. Curtis Painter showed signs of life after another slow start. It should be enough to stay ahead of Dan Orlovsky on the depth chart, but it’s probably too late to fend off Kerry Collins.

6. Peyton Manning didn’t say a lot during a sideline interview, but sounded hopeful for a Week One return.

Rams 14, Chiefs 10

1. St. Louis won’t only be about passing under Josh McDaniels. They ran the ball 25 times in the first half alone, for 123 yards.  Steven Jackson and Cadillac Williams were solid.

2. Sam Bradford seems comfortable in a dink and dunk offense.  (16 attempts for 96 yards and two touchdowns.) His receivers struggled to separate. Brandon Gibson, Mike Sims-Walker, and Danny Amendola look like the top three Rams receivers.

3. Matt Cassel continues to struggle.  He went 6-for-13 for 59 yards. His only scoring “drive” went backwards after a turnover.  The Chiefs starting offense got nothing out of the preseason.

4. Dexter McCluster has been the best Chiefs offensive player this preseason.  (Although that’s not saying much.) He had five catches. We’ll see if that carries over.

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  1. thehatefulnerd says: Aug 26, 2011 11:29 PM

    Packers Oline will pull itself together for the first 2-3 games, then look awful until week 10, when they’ll be on the verge of playoff elimination. Just like every year. James Campen will retain his job.

  2. iamgoodkid says: Aug 26, 2011 11:32 PM

    i learned that the colts suck balls because they gave up 11 points in the final 55 seconds thats sucking the football in your own throats i’m ashamed, and i hope they play like this against tampa, green bay is a more lenient team, but not tampa if you play like that against tampa in the final minute tampa will tear you apart.. thats not how you play football a champion caliber team playing like that im so disgusted

  3. trbowman says: Aug 26, 2011 11:33 PM

    Painter is still awful. His TD pass to Wayne was a throw any guy in the league could make.

  4. bishopslappytruelove says: Aug 26, 2011 11:35 PM

    Why do we have to suffer through the farce of the preseason? Why do we have to pay big bucks to watch a game that the teams do not care about winning? The system sucks!

  5. 4thanddone says: Aug 26, 2011 11:41 PM

    So both NFC favorites have offensive line issues.
    This tends to be a problem in the NFL.

  6. jacksaysfu says: Aug 26, 2011 11:42 PM

    What we learned

    Indy’s starters had a 14-13 lead over GB’s starters WITH PAINTER AS QB

  7. Exiled1 says: Aug 26, 2011 11:48 PM

    I’ve never thought Cassel as a franchise QB. He cashed in a being in the right place at the right time & being a product of Belicheck’s Pats team. With the league putting the ultimate premium on QB’s,the Hoodie has two more on the squad that he could easily parlay into great draft picks ala the Cassel deal.

  8. pbolyard says: Aug 26, 2011 11:51 PM

    Why wouldn’t the colts play Kerry Collins at all? Are they just paying him 4 million this year to watch from the sidelines? If he’s insurance in case Manning isn’t ready week 1 then he needs some game time reps ASAP.

  9. drozman says: Aug 26, 2011 11:56 PM

    Jim Caldwell is the worst close game coach in the league. Still suprised by onside kicks? He has no business being a head coach at the NFL level.

  10. footballisfun says: Aug 27, 2011 12:04 AM

    Uh, there’s another thing we learned. We learned that those who have been calling for the elimination of the kickoff – due to it’s being moved up 5 yards – are now wiping egg off their face. The Packers used the the on-side kick to win the game. Hence, the ability to use the kick-off in any way one sees fit.

  11. eaglesnoles05 says: Aug 27, 2011 12:05 AM

    @pbolyard- pretty sure you don’t just throw old men out onto the field a few days after signing them from the couch. Surely I’d think he’d play over painter, if it comes to that, week one. But gotta give him a sec before throwing him out there in preseason not knowing jack about the O and personnel. He will DIE out there.

    Fact- Kerry collins led the panthers to the nfc championship game, in his 2nd season, in 1 9 9 6 ! He is about as old as they come.

  12. vargafamily1 says: Aug 27, 2011 12:13 AM

    Here’s what I learned:

    GB still has OL issues.

    Ryan Grant is average on his best days.

    The Packer D better hope Clay and Wood stay healthy.

    The Packers’ DL looks pretty good even w/o Neal.

  13. hobartbaker says: Aug 27, 2011 12:14 AM

    Oh gawd, another year of being inflicted with Fred Rodgers. I think I’ll take the water torture door instead, Alex.

  14. hobartbaker says: Aug 27, 2011 12:17 AM

    I can’t recall an NFL player who is as intuitively dislikable as Rodgers, who hasn’t purposely tried to be so. He is the guy who always has two seats on a crowded bus.

  15. packmanfan says: Aug 27, 2011 12:19 AM

    On returns, Packers have still yet to find out what’s special about special teams.

  16. supermariojosh says: Aug 27, 2011 12:26 AM

    jacksaysfu says:
    Aug 26, 2011 11:42 PM
    What we learned

    Indy’s starters had a 14-13 lead over GB’s starters WITH PAINTER AS QB
    ——————————–
    And we learned that the Colts were held scoreless until the Packers “starters” pulled Clay Matthews and Charles Woodson out of the game. They also managed to stop a Packers offense without Greg Jennings.

    In other words? We learned that the Lions won all of their preseason games last year and it meant jack in the regular season. Meaningless. Games.

  17. blackheld says: Aug 27, 2011 12:41 AM

    Green Bay’s defense looked to me just as bad as it did against Detroit, last year. Worse, Indy…never mind Freeney…is not a great pass rushing team, and they got to Rodgers fairly well. Detroit and Chicago have to be licking their chops…remember, Chicago let Tommy Harris leave.

    You heard it here first, what I’ve said since last spring. Green Bay might not even win 9 games this year. All those ‘stars’ they got back off IR (aside from Finley) are not gonna be big contributors, and GB did very little in free agency and the draft to get better, plus they lost some solid players in Jenkins, Colledge(sp?) and Barnett, and their replacements don’t look much like upgrades.

    Rodgers is officially concussion-prone, and if Matt Flynn has to start a few games, they’re toast. Green Bay already has Flynn anointed as the next Zeke Bratkowski for throwing a couple touchdowns in a game they lost, and the kid has no mobility, which is all that is saving Rodgers.

    Not to mention no offseason workouts, and Rodgers’ whole attitude publicly reeks of “We win…why bother actually playing games this year?”

    Someone’s gonna get the belt in Green Bay this season, but it won’t be around their waist.

  18. realnflmaster says: Aug 27, 2011 12:46 AM

    Who cares. The JETS didn’t play, your 2011 SB Champions.

  19. dwhitehurst says: Aug 27, 2011 1:14 AM

    blackheld says:
    Aug 27, 2011 12:41 AM

    You heard it here first, what I’ve said since last spring. Green Bay might not even win 9 games this year.
    ———————–

    Heck, they might not even win any games. You’re right. Rodgers stinks both in his attitude and play. The Packers should trade him for Painter, or at least Orlovsky.

  20. kagger007 says: Aug 27, 2011 1:18 AM

    blackheld…you mean like Aaron Rodgers was just a guy who threw a couple of touchdowns in a game the Packers lost to the Cowboys in 2007? I’m not saying he’s the next Rodgers, but he’ll do the job in a pinch.

  21. onegamedoesnotaseasonmake says: Aug 27, 2011 1:19 AM

    hobartbaker says: Aug 27, 2011 12:17 AM

    I can’t recall an NFL player who is as intuitively dislikable as Rodgers, who hasn’t purposely tried to be so. He is the guy who always has two seats on a crowded bus.

    how about Jay Cutler??

  22. spartytime says: Aug 27, 2011 1:36 AM

    What we learned: Packers are not the almighty gods ESPN makes them out to be, and can be defeated with a little gameplanning. On a side note, the bears love playing the packers because thats when aaron rodgers has its worst games. look it up

  23. schemefactory says: Aug 27, 2011 1:43 AM

    you haters really think anyone shows anything as far as scheme goes in the preseason? come comment after the packers game in 13 days that opens the regular season. they won a exhibition game, and did it by playing vanilla just to find out how their personnel stack up.

  24. shadowgm1 says: Aug 27, 2011 1:45 AM

    “4. Packers running back Ryan Grant looked blah once again.”

    $2.5 mil guaranteed, huh? The writing is on the wall, Grant lovers.

    It’s Alex Green time.

  25. agentcharlescarmichael says: Aug 27, 2011 2:14 AM

    Anyone else see Rodgers handlebar mustache. He looks like a d-bag. Not that he is, just makes most that wear it, ultimately look like one. Can’t argue with the guys inflated ego though, looks like a boy that just got some for the first time after a half-decade wait. Slappin’ Clay Matthews butt on the sideline didn’t help his cause either, ya know cuz the flashy disco “handle bar” mustache thing and all.

  26. seattlesuperchronic says: Aug 27, 2011 2:40 AM

    No mention of Aaron Rodgers awesome Fu man chu?

  27. tramonisland says: Aug 27, 2011 3:01 AM

    blackheld says:
    Aug 27, 2011 12:41 AM
    Green Bay’s defense looked to me just as bad as it did against Detroit, last year. Worse, Indy…never mind Freeney…is not a great pass rushing team, and they got to Rodgers fairly well. Detroit and Chicago have to be licking their chops…remember, Chicago let Tommy Harris leave.

    You heard it here first, what I’ve said since last spring. Green Bay might not even win 9 games this year. All those ‘stars’ they got back off IR (aside from Finley) are not gonna be big contributors, and GB did very little in free agency and the draft to get better, plus they lost some solid players in Jenkins, Colledge(sp?) and Barnett, and their replacements don’t look much like upgrades.

    Rodgers is officially concussion-prone, and if Matt Flynn has to start a few games, they’re toast. Green Bay already has Flynn anointed as the next Zeke Bratkowski for throwing a couple touchdowns in a game they lost, and the kid has no mobility, which is all that is saving Rodgers.

    Not to mention no offseason workouts, and Rodgers’ whole attitude publicly reeks of “We win…why bother actually playing games this year?”

    Someone’s gonna get the belt in Green Bay this season, but it won’t be around their waist.
    ——————————————————-
    Wow. Maybe just a litter bitter your team has no Super Bowl’s?

  28. staffordsyear says: Aug 27, 2011 3:45 AM

    If by jets you meant lions then yes I would have to agree :)

  29. silkyjohnson937 says: Aug 27, 2011 4:27 AM

    What I learned: too many touchbacks, too many flags, goodell still sucks, and you cant learn anything from preseason football. The lions were 4-0 in preseason the year they finished 0-16, and spurriers washed up gator/redskins were killing teams in preseason and they sucked in the regular season. Only crappy attorneys turned sports writers and casual fans get over hyped by preseason games.

  30. billucf96 says: Aug 27, 2011 5:05 AM

    TE Lance Kendrick is probably a better target for Bradford than any of the Stl WR’s.

  31. goatpudding says: Aug 27, 2011 7:15 AM

    Jets won’t even win the East this season, Pats will and with a game or two cushion… and this is coming from a Colts fan.

  32. aweber102405 says: Aug 27, 2011 8:01 AM

    i am a vikings fan, rodgers scares the hell out me….have to deal with him for 6 to 8 years…..no particular order but top 3 qbs in league are brady, manning, rodgers

  33. gator1981 says: Aug 27, 2011 8:15 AM

    What we learn is preseason means crap, let get the season going!

  34. minkytails says: Aug 27, 2011 8:29 AM

    We didn’t learn anything. It’s preseason. If you watched and cared, get a hobby.

  35. minkytails says: Aug 27, 2011 8:33 AM

    blackheld:
    Green Bay’s defense looked to me just as bad as it did against Detroit, last year.
    ==========

    You mean the game against the Lions in which the defense allowed 2 touchdowns? Or do you mean the other one in which they gave up … one.

    Oops.

  36. ajknox88 says: Aug 27, 2011 8:42 AM

    realnflmaster says:
    Aug 27, 2011 12:46 AM
    Who cares. The JETS didn’t play, your 2011 SB Champions.
    ___________________

    You should change your name.

  37. 4sacroc says: Aug 27, 2011 8:44 AM

    jacksaysfu says:
    Aug 26, 2011 11:42 PM
    What we learned

    Indy’s starters had a 14-13 lead over GB’s starters WITH PAINTER AS QB

    ====================

    Jarrett Bush – who gave up both Painter TD tosses – is NOT a starter.

    You don’t know JACK.

  38. teal379 says: Aug 27, 2011 9:05 AM

    blackheld says:
    Aug 27, 2011 12:41 AM
    Green Bay’s defense looked to me just as bad as it did against Detroit, last year. Worse, Indy…never mind Freeney…is not a great pass rushing team, and they got to Rodgers fairly well. Detroit and Chicago have to be licking their chops…remember, Chicago let Tommy Harris leave.

    You heard it here first, what I’ve said since last spring. Green Bay might not even win 9 games this year. All those ‘stars’ they got back off IR (aside from Finley) are not gonna be big contributors, and GB did very little in free agency and the draft to get better, plus they lost some solid players in Jenkins, Colledge(sp?) and Barnett, and their replacements don’t look much like upgrades.

    Rodgers is officially concussion-prone, and if Matt Flynn has to start a few games, they’re toast. Green Bay already has Flynn anointed as the next Zeke Bratkowski for throwing a couple touchdowns in a game they lost, and the kid has no mobility, which is all that is saving Rodgers.

    Not to mention no offseason workouts, and Rodgers’ whole attitude publicly reeks of “We win…why bother actually playing games this year?”

    Someone’s gonna get the belt in Green Bay this season, but it won’t be around their waist.
    ————————————————–

    Don’t think I’ve read a bigger pile of garbage about any subject/team on PFT than this one.

    Congratulations, you’ve outdone yourself.

  39. paulharghis says: Aug 27, 2011 9:05 AM

    supermariojosh says:
    Aug 27, 2011 12:26 AM
    jacksaysfu says:
    Aug 26, 2011 11:42 PM
    What we learned

    Indy’s starters had a 14-13 lead over GB’s starters WITH PAINTER AS QB
    ——————————–
    And we learned that the Colts were held scoreless until the Packers “starters” pulled Clay Matthews and Charles Woodson out of the game. They also managed to stop a Packers offense without Greg Jennings.

    In other words? We learned that the Lions won all of their preseason games last year and it meant jack in the regular season. Meaningless. Games.

    =================================
    Yet you all bragged about how your 2nd string was better than everyone elses 1st string last year. Now,”some of your starters weren’t in” in a freaking preseason game.

    You can’t have it both ways- Man what a bunch of hypocrites.
    Bottom line- The Pack looked pretty sluggish for what everyone knows is a “dress rehearsel” game.
    Might want to temper all that 3 peat talk just a bit.

  40. axespray says: Aug 27, 2011 9:13 AM

    oline has to do better in 1 on 1 blocking situations, especially when it comes down to taking on Detriot’s dline.

    Loving that no huddle offense.

    Grant and Starks only averaged around 3.9 ypc which is 3.0 more ypc than we averaged last year… so that’s kinda good.

  41. dukemarc says: Aug 27, 2011 9:34 AM

    @blackheld

    There is so much stupid in what you typed out up there, I don’t know where to start…so I won’t.

  42. mojosmagic says: Aug 27, 2011 9:39 AM

    I learned the Chief’s head coach is a loser without balls. A field goal attempt down 4 with a couple minutes left in an exhibition game?

  43. nfl4ever says: Aug 27, 2011 9:58 AM

    Jim Caldwell doesn’t bring anything at all to the table, he’s Herm Edwards w/o the rah-rah.

  44. smoothjimmyapollo says: Aug 27, 2011 10:14 AM

    “You heard it here first, what I’ve said since last spring. Green Bay might not even win 9 games this year.”

    Here you go, blackheld, let me know if this article sounds familiar to what you’re doing.

    http://www.onionsportsnetwork.com/articles/insane-moron-draws-conclusion-from-nfl-preseason-g,21211/

  45. gguffey says: Aug 27, 2011 10:20 AM

    I’m still worried about that Colts defense. How do I put this…they suck…

  46. stellarperformance says: Aug 27, 2011 10:28 AM

    hobartbaker says:
    Aug 27, 2011 12:17 AM
    I can’t recall an NFL player who is as intuitively dislikable as Rodgers, who hasn’t purposely tried to be so. He is the guy who always has two seats on a crowded bus.
    ——————————————–

    You are clueless. Rodgers is as well-liked as any player in the league, especially by his teammates and peers. And the guy has a killer sense of humor. The league needs more guys like him and less “fans” like you, who purposely try to be morons.

  47. smoothjimmyapollo says: Aug 27, 2011 10:34 AM

    “I can’t recall an NFL player who is as intuitively dislikable as Rodgers,”

    Hobartbaker, other than you being a Viking fan and Rodgers being the Packers QB (and a pretty good one at that), what is so unlikeable about Rodgers? Surely the championship belt isn’t any worse than Jarred Allen’s calf-roping thing or that “wheels on the bus go round and round” thing Culpepper used to do. It can’t be that. Is it the goofy mustaches he grows in the preseason? Does Rodgers have 9 kids via 9 women? Is he driving drunk? Does he kill dogs? Is he often accused of lewd behavior with women? Is he a big-mouthed blowhard holding his team hostage for more money or to avoid training camp? Is it because he wasn’t signing autographs one day and one of the people for whom he wasn’t signing (and who already had his autograph on other items) had cancer even though she holds no grudge? Is it all of the charity work he does? Or is it the fact that if Rodgers stays healthy, the Packers could have 25-30 years of Hall of Fame quarterback play since the early 90s?

    I suggest you check out this story and tell me he’s still unlikeable.

    http://www.maccfund.org/News/MediaCoverageListing/4/

    I’m not naive enough to think that he’s a perfect human being because he is a pro athlete. I can understand that in the coming years, announcers may gush over him the way they did Favre, Manning, or Brady and that will be annoying, though not his fault. But he has done nothing to be considered so intuitively unlikeable as you have claimed.

  48. wikidpissah says: Aug 27, 2011 11:07 AM

    @ smoothjimmyapollo says: Aug 27, 2011 10:14 AM

    Two thumbs up, GREAT response!

  49. realnflmaster says: Aug 27, 2011 11:09 AM

    Hey Colts fan, what does winning the east have to do with winning the superbowl? Last I checked the cheaters had the best record in the league, stomped us late in the season, and then we went into their building and embarrassed them.

    But hey, you won’t win more than 2 games this season without Manning. Hands down the worst roster in the league without Peyton. The 0-16 Lions would beat that team by 20.

  50. dequan81 says: Aug 27, 2011 11:16 AM

    What I learned:

    The Colts won’t win the AFC South

    That is all

  51. dwhitehurst says: Aug 27, 2011 11:23 AM

    As for Rodger’s moustache, I’ve gotta say, while its not his best look (looks like a male porn star from the 70’s), it is quite funny…no doubt intentionally so as a part of Rodger’s sense of humor (at least I hope it is.) Rodgers, in his own unique way distinct from his predecessor, is making the same point that even the NFL can be taken too seriously, and we need to keep it fun.

    Now, if he wants to up the ante, he’d cop a Rollie Fingers and grow a handlebar moustache. THAT I would pay to see. Even opponents would get a kick out of seeing the stache bent in the wrong direction after he takes a sack.

  52. packerzman says: Aug 27, 2011 11:49 AM

    spartytime says:Aug 27, 2011 1:36 AM

    What we learned: Packers are not the almighty gods ESPN makes them out to be, and can be defeated with a little gameplanning. On a side note, the bears love playing the packers because thats when aaron rodgers has its worst games. look it up

    yah spartytime…im sure the Bears are STILL extremely giddy and celebrating the fact they got to play the Packers at HOME in the NFC title game last year..oh wait thats right..the Packers beat them for the second time in 5 weeks and ended up winning the Super Bowl..and yes Rodgers looked horrible that first drive against that vaunted Bears D

  53. shadowgm1 says: Aug 27, 2011 11:59 AM

    jacksaysfu says:
    Aug 26, 2011 11:42 PM
    What we learned

    Indy’s starters had a 14-13 lead over GB’s starters WITH PAINTER AS QB

    ————————————————

    You’re right, they did. But all Painter displayed was the ability to rally prior to the half against a vanilla zone defense that you see in practice every day. He looked DREADFUL when Green Bay switched to man coverages, and his accuracy is terrible. Colts fans searching for a reason they went out and got Collins for the $4 mil a year? Painter may not even make the ball club – Collins contract (and Painter’s horrid play) will prevent a preseason cut.

  54. glac1 says: Aug 27, 2011 12:07 PM

    Our line was poor last year and looks to be worse this season. The Packers need to run the ball and until they can convert a third and short on the ground I won’t be sold on this unit. It starts in the trenches!

  55. packerzman says: Aug 27, 2011 12:08 PM

    …and the winner of the most unbeliveable , unadulterated unreasonable comment of the week goes to..(opening envelope)..

    blackheld says:
    Aug 27, 2011 12:41 AM
    You heard it here first, what I’ve said since last spring. Green Bay might not even win 9 games this year.

    wow kreskin the almighty..way to really “go out on a limb”..considering the fact that 75% of the league would consider a 9-7 record an unbridled success im thinking that you could set the bar a little lower for those “overrated Packers”. Ill take a repeat 10-6 record for that matter considering the fact thats what they had last year and ended up winning the Super Bowl.You’re a complete tool blackheld so why not go back down into your moms basement..put on youre favorite teams underoos..and leave the posting to the responsible adults on this site.

    That being said..and i feel like i can give a unbiased opinion on this disturbing matter
    considering im a Packer fan…what the heck kind of caterpillar crawled up onto Rodgers upper lip and died? There is nothing “cool and hip” about that ‘stache Aaron so do everyone a favor…call Orkin at 1-800 KILA BUG and have them professionally remove that thing from your upper lip

  56. textexington says: Aug 27, 2011 12:19 PM

    Packers > Every other team

  57. icewalker946 says: Aug 27, 2011 12:28 PM

    What I learned from this post and comments;

    1. When you are a good team, others talk bad about them, no matter what. And those that talk the most really have a bad team to follow, which means they suck as well.

    2. hobartbaker talks a lot.

  58. brewdogg says: Aug 27, 2011 1:02 PM

    smoothjimmyapollo says:
    Aug 27, 2011 10:14 AM
    “You heard it here first, what I’ve said since last spring. Green Bay might not even win 9 games this year.”

    Here you go, blackheld, let me know if this article sounds familiar to what you’re doing.

    http://www.onionsportsnetwork.com/articles/insane-moron-draws-conclusion-from-nfl-preseason-g,21211/

    ——————————————-

    While I agree with your comparison (which was genius, BTW….I give you a lot of credit for this), you should be careful with the Onion, especially OSN. This is a group founded in Madison that….ummmm….Well, it’s somewhere between the National Inquirer and Mad Magazine. The ranting and raving was as much about someone actually saying the Packers might not win the North as it was about his analysis.

    But, once again, nicely done.

  59. glac1 says: Aug 27, 2011 1:21 PM

    Trust me if we stay healthy…The Green Bay Packers, Inc. will be fine. No hardware is handed out in August. The Packers depth (other then the offensive line) looks tremendous.

  60. stavreafavre says: Aug 27, 2011 4:46 PM

    Never count out YOUR World Champion Green Bay Packers! But then we already knew that…

  61. smoothjimmyapollo says: Aug 27, 2011 5:05 PM

    @ brewdogg, The Onion is a satire newspaper, but to quote Homer Simpson’s view on how comedy works, “It’s funny, because it’s true.”

    Other than injuries that can affect the season and finding out which players might earn the right to receive a paycheck while being inactive on Sundays, there’s not much to learn from preseason. Show me a coach who shows everything he’s got in the preseason, and I’ll show you a coach looking for work within two years.

  62. chiefwhirlingdervish10 says: Aug 29, 2011 12:07 AM

    realnflmaster says:
    Aug 27, 2011 12:46 AM
    Who cares. The JETS didn’t play, your 2011 SB Champions.

    The Packers are already the 2011 SB Champions…

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