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T.J. Lang accepts Brian Robison’s apology for groin kick

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T.J. Lang is a lot more forgiving about getting kicked in the groin than most of us would be.

Lang, the Packers offensive lineman who was kicked in the “sweet spot” by Vikings defensive end Brian Robison on Sunday, wrote on Twitter that he’s not mad about it after Robison apologized.

“Glad to report my genitalia are in stable condition and expected to make a full recovery!” Lang wrote. “All joking aside I think Brian Robison is a heck of a player. Just caught up in the emotion of the game. Apology accepted.”

For his part, Robison wrote on Twitter that he expects to be fined more than $10,000. If he loses anything less than a full week’s game check, he should be thankful. The apology from Robison was fine, and the forgiveness from Lang is commendable, but that doesn’t change the fact that this was one of the cheapest shots you’ll ever see on a football field.

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  1. steelchamps says: Oct 25, 2011 9:12 AM

    Takes a man to forgive a kick to the nxtts that’s for sure.

  2. chillyp says: Oct 25, 2011 9:13 AM

    Stoopid move on Robinson part, but way for Robinson to man up and apologize without having to be promoted to do it. That’s something you never saw Charles Woodson do after he was punching David Thomas.

  3. sathguy says: Oct 25, 2011 9:17 AM

    I heard Robison got the idea for his cheap shot from the groin shot Woodson wiffed on against the Saints to start the year.

  4. benh999 says: Oct 25, 2011 9:17 AM

    Sweet spot. Hahahah. Genitalia.

  5. calloustongue says: Oct 25, 2011 9:17 AM

    Robison is going to get his world rocked in a few weeks at Lambeau. It won’t be a cheap shot either. Guy put a huge target on his back with that move.

  6. richm2256 says: Oct 25, 2011 9:18 AM

    I find it amazing that a Vikings player actually ACCOMPLISHED what he was trying to do…..

    …. would not have been surprised if Robison aimed for Lang’s junk and wound up kicking himself in the chin instead.

  7. 7ransponder says: Oct 25, 2011 9:18 AM

    “controversy” over. No one got hurt.

  8. mjs2012 says: Oct 25, 2011 9:21 AM

    glad to see that both players handled the situation with class afterwards. how you handle yourself after making mistakes is most important.

  9. mountaindont says: Oct 25, 2011 9:27 AM

    With the arrest of Minnesota Vikings cornerback, Chris Cook, on charges of felony domestic assault/strangulation and fifth degree domestic assault, the Vikings have managed to pull into first place as the most arrested team in the NFL.
    SignOnSanDiego.com has been tracking NFL player arrests dating back to 2000 and offers a great database for looking up the NFL’s tax subsidized misfits.
    As of 10/14/2011, Sign on San Diego’s database had the Minnesota Vikings tied for #1 with the Cincinnati Bengals, which was gain (in a negative way) for the Vikings who were two arrests behind Cincinnati (32-30) back in July 2010:

  10. PurpleRaid18 says: Oct 25, 2011 9:29 AM

    After seeing the kick in the game, I was embarrassed to be a Viking fan, even though I’m sure it wasn’t malicious… still hit a dude in the nads. However, T.J. Lang is a heck of a player/person himself for accepting Robison’s apology.

  11. ahs2 says: Oct 25, 2011 9:36 AM

    But, but, but Suh’s a dirty player…let’s not lose focus here!!!!

  12. scudbot says: Oct 25, 2011 9:38 AM

    “…Minnesota Vikings tied for #1 with the Cincinnati Bengals”

    My money’s on Cincy to pull even again. They just reactivated Pacman.

  13. TheDPR says: Oct 25, 2011 9:39 AM

    Don’t these guys wear a cup?

  14. glac1 says: Oct 25, 2011 9:41 AM

    oh how sweet! Nothing but hugs and kisses in the “border rivalry”. Robison shouldn’t be at Lambeau on November 14th.. he should be undergoing evaluation instead.

  15. The Prophet says: Oct 25, 2011 9:42 AM

    Having actually seen the play it wasn’t that much of a cheap shot. Robison was on his back and Lang was stepping on top of him and wouldn’t move. Robison was stomping up to get him off.

    The way this is written you would’ve thought Robison ran up from behind and nailed a 100 yard kickoff right up into his nuts.

  16. acmepacker says: Oct 25, 2011 9:46 AM

    Neither of these two guys have a reputation for being dirty or malicious players, so I believe this was more or less a non story.
    They both handled the situation like gentleman
    and they’re good with it so I think it’s time for the rest of us to forget about it. Kudos to both of them
    for keeping this a non issue instead of making it into some kind of media battle.

  17. 7ransponder says: Oct 25, 2011 9:47 AM

    Yeah @mountaindont – God forbid we track ALL the years instead of just the last 11. What exactly does this prove? Are you not a fan of the game of football? Then you should focus on watching games, not ticky tacking every damn thing a rival does because you have an unhealthy obsession.

  18. packfan1 says: Oct 25, 2011 9:51 AM

    To all the idiots that say woodson didn’t apologize, he did apologize and said he let it get the best of him. Just because something wasn’t posted mainstream doesn’t mean he didn’t apologize. Woodson doesn’t use twitter. He’s old school.

  19. 6kings says: Oct 25, 2011 9:55 AM

    A game check for kicking a guy standing over you and taunting you??
    The author needs to get real and go sit with all his buddies on the Occupy Wall Street movement. The guy had it coming. He walked right into it. Watch the replay. While you are at it, grow a pair of your own.

  20. nbcstinks says: Oct 25, 2011 10:01 AM

    He was wrong to kick Lang in the vagina but his apology has been accepted and life goes on…

  21. cursedvikingfan says: Oct 25, 2011 10:07 AM

    Let me address a few things. Mountaindont, you are a bleepin idiot. Being arrested and actually being found guilty are two different things in this country. So get off your high horse before you go spouting your nonsense.

    The guy who made the comment about Suh, this is the FIRST time anything like this has happened to Brian Robison. Dude has never even had a 15 yard penalty called against him in his career. Suh is in the media every week for his style of play. Instead of making excuses like a certain Lions player, Robison manned up and apologized. So stuff it.

    What Robison did was clearly uncalled for and has no place in the game. With that being said, this junk happens way too often and doesn’t get caught by the cameras. It’s also the second guy who get’s caught and it could’ve easily been called a 15 yarder against Lang as well. So let’s stop pretending that just because Green Bay is the best team in the league that they are a bunch of choir boys.

  22. richc111 says: Oct 25, 2011 10:08 AM

    Forgive!!! we can’t have this in the NFL, we need them to start to threaten each other and vow revenge!!!! If they keep this up the media isn’t going to cover them anymore.

  23. melissachambers says: Oct 25, 2011 10:11 AM

    “…it wasn’t that much of a cheap shot. Robison was on his back and Lang was stepping on top of him and wouldn’t move.”

    Do you even know what a cheap shot is?

  24. pgear says: Oct 25, 2011 10:42 AM

    cursedvikingfan, please do tell us what Lang did that made Robison the victim (“it’s the second guy who gets caught”)? You’re in denial. I don’t think Robison was a dirty player, and I’m still not sure. But I do know that was a dirty move and he should’ve been ejected. That he apologized doesn’t mean he “manned up” for noble reasons. He apologized because what he did was indefensible, unless of course you’re a delusional Vikings fan.

    It was a cheap shot, regardless of the color jersey he was wearing. Just as Charles Woodson should’ve been ejected for punching Daniel Thomas in the gut in week 1. You can’t justify bad behavior by pointing to other bad behavior. Take your homer goggles off and wise up.

  25. bozosforall says: Oct 25, 2011 10:52 AM

    richm2256 says:
    Oct 25, 2011 9:18 AM
    I find it amazing that a Vikings player actually ACCOMPLISHED what he was trying to do…..

    …. would not have been surprised if Robison aimed for Lang’s junk and wound up kicking himself in the chin instead.

    __
    Contrast this with poormoron’s aim, which would have been perfect…his mouth right on Lang’s junk.

  26. uwsptke says: Oct 25, 2011 11:02 AM

    6kings says:
    Oct 25, 2011 9:55 AM
    A game check for kicking a guy standing over you and taunting you??
    The author needs to get real and go sit with all his buddies on the Occupy Wall Street movement. The guy had it coming. He walked right into it. Watch the replay. While you are at it, grow a pair of your own.

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

    That’s probably the dumbest thing I’ve ever read, and it’s pretty obvious you’re an unapologetic Vikings fan. Robison jumped up to block a kick, while Lang took advantage and firmly planted him on his keester. He didn’t taunt him. Your comment is so ridiculous, I believe it deserves this:

    “Mr. Madison, what you’ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.”

  27. dellied says: Oct 25, 2011 11:03 AM

    It was a cheap shot.

    TJ Lang was not “on top” of Robison. Robison doesn’t even claim that Lang was on top of him. He said that Lang was “approaching” him – which precludes him from being “on top of him”. He was pissed about the combo block that Lang and Wells decleated him on – it was embarrassing and the Vikings were frustrated.

    Not only did Robison nail him in the nads, but if you watch the TV copy, he actually sat there, lined up his foot, took several moments to AIM, to make sure that he hit him in the groin. It was a cheap shot, and it was intentional.

    Still, he apologized. And Lang accepted. It’s none of our business now that both parties have amended the situation.

  28. slatetundra07 says: Oct 25, 2011 11:06 AM

    Vike fans had been getting kicked in the groin for six games…they just mad now!

  29. 1stngoal says: Oct 25, 2011 11:09 AM

    I think Lang’s gesture is the right thing to do. Put this thing in the rear-view mirror ASAP. After all, why give an over-paid, career back-up like Robison any more attention than he deserves???

  30. purpleguy says: Oct 25, 2011 11:11 AM

    Cheap shot, Robison admitted it, will be fined, he apologized, and Lang accepted — end of story. One more thing, and this doesn’t excuse anything, but either Lang has gonads of steel or Robison didn’t kick him that hard, since Lang seemed okay afterward.

  31. mvp43 says: Oct 25, 2011 11:18 AM

    I was at the game on Sunday and now I know why Viking fans are so frustrated………..

    There was an equal amount of Packer fans there as well. We walked 5 blocks to the stadium and it was easily 70/30 Green & Gold. I can say that both fan groups were pretty cordial to each other, but it did frustrate some the Viking fans that there were so many Packer fans in attendance. It was my first time at that stadium, and hopefully the last time I am forced to pee in a trough………..

  32. rugdog100 says: Oct 25, 2011 11:19 AM

    They should both ahave been penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct and subsequently both fined. Lang for hovering over and taunting and Robison for the vagina kick.

  33. mountaindont says: Oct 25, 2011 11:25 AM

    @cursedvikingfan you said Let me address a few things. Mountaindont, you are a bleepin idiot. Being arrested and actually being found guilty are two different things in this country. So get off your high horse before you go spouting your nonsense.
    ——————————————-
    I mentioned nothing about being found guilty. I`m just stating FACTS about the Vikings having had the most players arrested in the NFL since 2000. Who looks like the idiot now ?

  34. theytukrjobs says: Oct 25, 2011 11:36 AM

    The kick was half hearted and had almost no force behind it. To call it the biggest cheap shot you can see is laughable. I’ve hit good friends harder than that in the groin with the back of my hand simply to educate them on Asian geography.

    When a blow lands directly on a guy’s groin and he doesn’t fall over, limp off the field, and is laughing it off a day later then you know damn well that it wasn’t a real shot.

  35. smoothjimmyapollo says: Oct 25, 2011 11:39 AM

    “They both handled the situation like gentleman”

    Except for the whole kicking a man in the junk thing. Even with the loosest definition of of the word gentleman (think gentleman’s club), you just don’t do that.

    On a related note, Ryan Grant was on a local sports talk show yesterday, and he said the ref came up to Lang later and said in retrospect, they probably should have tossed Robison, but he didn’t know how to react because he’d never seen a player do that before.

  36. godofwine330 says: Oct 25, 2011 11:45 AM

    Reminds me of a line from Stephen King’s Silver Bullet, “Oh, that hurts my parts”

    You aren’t lying. Lang is much more receptive than many of us would be. Sadly, if he had retaliated, he would be justified but the refs still would have thrown him out and the NFL still would have fined him.

    I do not like Goodell. I do not like him in a bar. I do not like him where we are. I’d only like him in a bus. If it only meant he was leaving us.

  37. stellarperformance says: Oct 25, 2011 11:46 AM

    The kick didn’t look vicious or well-connected and I believe Robison regrets it. And Lang used his reflexes pretty quickly and backed up just enough to prevent a full-blown shot. It just looks stupid and probably is pretty embarassing…for both players. Case closed. Next?

  38. cusoman says: Oct 25, 2011 11:46 AM

    mountaindont says:
    Oct 25, 2011 11:25 AM
    ——————————————-
    I mentioned nothing about being found guilty. I`m just stating FACTS about the Vikings having had the most players arrested in the NFL since 2000. Who looks like the idiot now ?
    —————————-

    You, for obsessing about this fact.

  39. captaintriumph says: Oct 25, 2011 12:03 PM

    Does ANYONE on here arguing that the ‘kick’ actually hurt??? Even just a little? No, I didn’t think so. So quit your whining!

  40. bozosforall says: Oct 25, 2011 12:11 PM

    smoothjimmyapollo says:
    Oct 25, 2011 11:39 AM
    “They both handled the situation like gentleman”

    Except for the whole kicking a man in the junk thing. Even with the loosest definition of of the word gentleman (think gentleman’s club), you just don’t do that.

    On a related note, Ryan Grant was on a local sports talk show yesterday, and he said the ref came up to Lang later and said in retrospect, they probably should have tossed Robison, but he didn’t know how to react because he’d never seen a player do that before.

    __|
    If that ref had been working the Saints-Packers game on opening weekend, he would have seen Packer Charles Woodson punch David Thomas in the groin and get away with it. So much for you self-righteous Packer fans who always pretend that your team is lily white innocents when it comes to dirty play. Only fans worse in that regard are the always-in-denial Pats fans.

  41. dukemarc says: Oct 25, 2011 12:13 PM

    TheDPR says: Oct 25, 2011 9:39 AM

    Don’t these guys wear a cup?

    —————————–
    Tell ya what, you put on a cup and let me kick you in the grapes – then you can tell us all it’s no big deal.

  42. purple4reak says: Oct 25, 2011 12:24 PM

    1stngoal says:
    Oct 25, 2011 11:09 AM
    I think Lang’s gesture is the right thing to do. Put this thing in the rear-view mirror ASAP. After all, why give an over-paid, career back-up like Robison any more attention than he deserves???
    ———————————————–
    Yes it was a cheap shot by this “career back-up”…everyone can agree on that. Just letting you know that this “career back-up” that’s getting his first real starting opportunity this year has 1.5 more sacks than anyone on your team up until this point.

  43. cursedvikingfan says: Oct 25, 2011 12:28 PM

    @pgear, the goggles are off bro. Was I sticking up for Robison or saying he didn’t do anything wrong? Have you seen the entire play? Robison jumped straight up in the air, was held up by Lang and essentially piled driven into the turf. This is football, so in my eyes, I don’t have a problem with it. But then to stand over him, taunting him afterwards can be a little excessive. Does Lang get a free pass? You mean to tell me that Robison just kicked him in the nads just because? Hardly think so. A player with no history of dirty play leading up to that must have been provoked to some degree to lose his cool.

  44. kevpft says: Oct 25, 2011 12:32 PM

    All things considered, everyone has handled it quite well. Original incident didn’t get out of hand, public statements were all measured, and now we have an apology and a gracious acceptance.

    Nice that in today’s sleazy NFL of Vick and Suh, there are still players one can point to and say, “see, son, that’s how you handle yourself.” Everyone lets emotions get the better of them sometimes; it’s human nature. It’s what you do next that matters the most.

    Leave it to the linemen to show some class.

  45. kevpft says: Oct 25, 2011 12:36 PM

    * note, I’m not defending the original kick. Just how it was handled.

  46. santorin4 says: Oct 25, 2011 12:48 PM

    chillyp says:
    Oct 25, 2011 9:13 AM
    Stoopid move on Robinson part, but way for Robinson to man up and apologize without having to be promoted to do it. That’s something you never saw Charles Woodson do after he was punching David Thomas.

    **********************************

    “Man up and apologized??” Never thought I would see the day that we call an apology over Twitter as “Manning up”

  47. brewdogg says: Oct 25, 2011 12:50 PM

    dellied says:
    Oct 25, 2011 11:03 AM
    It was a cheap shot.

    TJ Lang was not “on top” of Robison. Robison doesn’t even claim that Lang was on top of him. He said that Lang was “approaching” him – which precludes him from being “on top of him”. He was pissed about the combo block that Lang and Wells decleated him on – it was embarrassing and the Vikings were frustrated.

    Not only did Robison nail him in the nads, but if you watch the TV copy, he actually sat there, lined up his foot, took several moments to AIM, to make sure that he hit him in the groin. It was a cheap shot, and it was intentional.

    Still, he apologized. And Lang accepted. It’s none of our business now that both parties have amended the situation.
    ——————————–

    A few corrections…

    It was Sitton on the other side, not Wells, and Sitton just did his job and walked away, instead of unnecessarily flipping a guy onto his back.

    Robison did not take “several moments” to aim. The time between Robison landing on his back and his foot contacting Lang was 2 seconds. Try watching the tape at real speed…. In that span of time, Lang took 3 steps toward Robison. Had Lang just turned around and walked away, there would have been nothing to talk about. Why he was advancing, only Lang knows. Whether Robison was trying to kick him in the groin or just get him to back up with a center-mass push, only Robison knows.

  48. brewdogg says: Oct 25, 2011 1:41 PM

    1stngoal says:
    Oct 25, 2011 11:09 AM
    I think Lang’s gesture is the right thing to do. Put this thing in the rear-view mirror ASAP. After all, why give an over-paid, career back-up like Robison any more attention than he deserves???
    ————————————–

    Robison is an over-paid career back-up in the same way that Desmond Bishop and Tramon Williams are overpaid career back-ups. When he finishes the year with more tackles and sacks than any of the GB DL, I expect you to give him the respect he deserves.

  49. shaggytoodle says: Oct 25, 2011 1:46 PM

    Of course Lang can’t go out and say he is going to go out for revenge, the NFL would have the refs watching him like a hawk.

    Lang seems pretty level headed, so maybe he has moved on, which probably isn’t easy to do, after getting kicked in the Favresicle.

  50. shaggytoodle says: Oct 25, 2011 2:23 PM

    Robison is an over-paid career back-up in the same way that Desmond Bishop and Tramon Williams are overpaid career back-ups. When he finishes the year with more tackles and sacks than any of the GB DL, I expect you to give him the respect he deserves.
    _________________________

    He should have more sacks than any DL in GB, because due to schemes (a plan designed to get the most out of the unit) they are asked to completely different things. GBs dl is asked to eat up blockers so the LBs can make plays.

    Seeing as you are asking people to respect a guy that gave the ultimate cheapshot, I don’t think you understand the big picture.

  51. turdburglar90 says: Oct 25, 2011 3:34 PM

    right in the cheese curds.. get it?

  52. stellarperformance says: Oct 25, 2011 4:10 PM

    purple4reak says:
    Oct 25, 2011 12:24 PM
    Just letting you know that this “career back-up” that’s getting his first real starting opportunity this year has 1.5 more sacks than anyone on your team up until this point.
    ———————————————

    In the case of the Vikings, isn’t that something like being the No. 1 hole-digger on the beach at low-tide? It doesn’t mean much later the same day, does it?

  53. ruvelligwebuike says: Oct 25, 2011 4:55 PM

    Check the Viking fan message boards. Most of their fanbase is actually applauding Robison’s kick to the nuts. And defending it. You think it’s a coincidence that Minnesota is the most laughed-at, ridiculed place in the world this side of Somalia? Oh wait, Somalia…there’s some good Minnesota jokes in there, too.

  54. stavreafavre says: Oct 25, 2011 5:23 PM

    Amazing to see Viking fans so deluded that they think both guys were at fault, or even more hilariously, that it was mostly Lang’s fault. But then I guess you have to be delusional in order to remain a Mini fan.

  55. captaintriumph says: Oct 25, 2011 6:18 PM

    ruvelligwebuike says:
    Oct 25, 2011 4:55 PM
    Check the Viking fan message boards. Most of their fanbase is actually applauding Robison’s kick to the nuts. And defending it. You think it’s a coincidence that Minnesota is the most laughed-at, ridiculed place in the world this side of Somalia? Oh wait, Somalia…there’s some good Minnesota jokes in there, too.

    ————————————————
    First of all, quit your whining – the ‘kick’ didn’t even hurt. And he was penalized – what more do you want??? Secondly, there are some nice looking Somali women here in MN. Minnesota isn’t an overgrown trailer park/farm like, well there’s a joke here but I won’t say it…

  56. stellarperformance says: Oct 25, 2011 7:24 PM

    ruvelligwebuike says: Oct 25, 2011 4:55 PM
    Check the Viking fan message boards. Most of their fanbase is actually applauding Robison’s kick to the nuts. And defending it.
    =======================================

    I know! It’s no wonder why the Viking fanbase is subjected to non-stop ridicule. When they had their Sponge-Favre No-Pants magical mystery tour in ’09, they were thumping their chests and (trying) to rub our noses in two insignificant (Packer) losses…(ie; Viking SuperBowls.) They just don’t learn. The insults directed at them will end just as soon as they stop throwing their sticks and rocks…. and we’ll stop dropping our grenades and bombs.

  57. purplebleeder says: Oct 25, 2011 7:46 PM

    Not defending the nutslap. As a former player no one knows the dirty stuff that happens at the bottom of the pile. The people who are disgusted most are the ones holding pom poms. The dirtiest players are the ones people don’t see because they’re good at it. I expect people to hate each other in competition. It makes for a better game. I do think Lang understands and I like that he isn’t a whiner like many of the people who cheer for him.

  58. paulharghis says: Oct 25, 2011 8:34 PM

    shaggytoodle says:
    Oct 25, 2011 2:23 PM
    Robison is an over-paid career back-up in the same way that Desmond Bishop and Tramon Williams are overpaid career back-ups. When he finishes the year with more tackles and sacks than any of the GB DL, I expect you to give him the respect he deserves.
    _________________________

    He should have more sacks than any DL in GB, because due to schemes (a plan designed to get the most out of the unit) they are asked to completely different things. GBs dl is asked to eat up blockers so the LBs can make plays.

    Seeing as you are asking people to respect a guy that gave the ultimate cheapshot, I don’t think you understand the big picture.

    ==============================
    Seeing as not many guys on the whole TEAM aren’t getting many sacks- what scheme , oh wise one is drawn up for that? Dom must not have farted himself awake yet.
    If they are “eating up” the Blockers, why is clay at 3 measly sacks?
    He is double teamed-right? So is Jared Allen and he’s at 11.5 sacks. You turds never cease to amaze me- your defense blows- get over it.
    The one and only reason you are winning right now is Rodgers.
    Don’t play like this team is some sort of juggernaut. Play off football is a different animal- that defense-if not fixed – is not good enough for a repeat- That;s not Packer hate- that is pure fact.

  59. paulharghis says: Oct 25, 2011 8:39 PM

    It was my first time at that stadium, and hopefully the last time I am forced to pee in a trough………..

    =============================
    Oh come on now Mvp, youre a packer fan- i’m sure you were admiring the “scenery”.

  60. paulharghis says: Oct 25, 2011 8:48 PM

    Mountaindont”:

    Yes thats quite an impressive list of bad acts by players of the Vikings.

    But, it doesn’t include a guy with a fetish for defecating on clean laundry- What, does he hate the smell of Tide detergent?

    It also doesn’t include a man with a prediliction for girls under 18.

    It also doesn’t include a guy that has the hots for a family member- you know, the Aunteater?

    last but certainly not least- it also doesn’t include a serial killer- look up Randall Woodfield- the I-5 killer.

    Go away dummy-Every team has its share of turds- But the Packer fanbase has an overabundance of them.

  61. mediasloppy says: Oct 25, 2011 9:04 PM

    Got I hate this children’s play ground…

  62. minnysoda says: Oct 25, 2011 9:54 PM

    7ransponder says:
    Oct 25, 2011 9:18 AM
    “controversy” over. No one got hurt.

    Speak for yourself
    Signed Mr. Lang’s Cajones.

    P.S. For all you Viking Moron Fans talking about Someone having more Sacks Than Packer Players Here is a Stat for You Packers 4 Superbowls Vikings 0 . And as Cajones even I think your nuts!!!!!!!!!

  63. shaggytoodle says: Oct 25, 2011 10:26 PM

    @paulharghis

    Well I guess thats the difference between the way I see the Packers and Vikings.

    I am ok with GB not getting sacks, because the defense has forced turnovers and made key stops, that has helped them become 7-0.

    Allen is having an awesome year I won’t take anything away from him, but unfortunetly, it isnt likely for him to be showing his skills in the post season.

  64. paulharghis says: Oct 26, 2011 6:38 PM

    Rodgers and the offense are the SOLE reason they are at 7-0.

    Capers and the defense are just along for the ride.

    They better get it figured out come playoff time- they wont last if they don’t.

  65. shaggytoodle says: Oct 27, 2011 11:54 PM

    paulharghis says:
    Oct 26, 2011 6:38 PM
    Rodgers and the offense are the SOLE reason they are at 7-0.

    Capers and the defense are just along for the ride.

    They better get it figured out come playoff time- they wont last if they don’t.
    _________________

    I will agree with the fact that the offense is a big reason they are undefeated.

    Look at how Flacco and the OFFENSE was the SOLE reason the Ravens lost on MNF.

    The Packers D WILL get better as time goes on, especially if they can get healthy, but I wont deny that if the Packers go on a deep run in the post season it is because of Aaron Rodgers.

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