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Aaron Rodgers: It’s just one game, there’s no panic, no freakout

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The Packers are off to an 0-1 start and staring at a crucial Week Two game on Thursday night against the Bears, but quarterback Aaron Rodgers says his team isn’t overreacting to one loss.

Rodgers told Deion Sanders in an interview on NFL Network that just because they lost to the 49ers, that doesn’t mean the Packers have anything to be concerned about.

“It’s one game. It’s a new season. We played a good opponent. They beat us,” Rodgers said. “We’re not worried about that. We’re trying to get better every week but there’s no panic in the locker room.”

Sanders asked if Rodgers or other veterans in the Packers’ locker room had called a team meeting to tell everybody to buckle down and get to work, but Rodgers dismissed that.

“No, because that would be a freakout. There’s no freakout going on. We want to play better. We want to win. It’s just one game,” Rodgers said.

Rodgers is correct that the loss to the 49ers is just one game, but that doesn’t mean there are no reasons for concern in Green Bay: Counting the playoffs the Packers have now lost three of their last five games, after having previously won 20 in a row. The Packers might not need to panic or freak out, but they do need to be concerned, especially about their defense.

And if they lose to the Bears on Thursday, falling two games behind in the NFC North, there may be some freakouts in Green Bay.

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73 Responses to “Aaron Rodgers: It’s just one game, there’s no panic, no freakout”
  1. packh8er says: Sep 12, 2012 8:06 PM

    Cmon, this is just stupid. I can’t stand the Packers, but even I have to say they have absolutely nothing to be worried about.

  2. mjkelly77 says: Sep 12, 2012 8:09 PM

    The Green Bay rush defense last year was ranked 14th. The pass defense and total defense was last in the league. The cheeseheads had better become accustomed to losing. Lions and Bears! Oh, my!

  3. pats777 says: Sep 12, 2012 8:10 PM

    Well, Aaron, you should be freaked out. Your team’s defense is way worse than last year.

  4. contra74 says: Sep 12, 2012 8:11 PM

    Yea but it was a bad loss that exposed a lot of weaknesses. Get ready to have those weaknesses exploited all year long. Other than that, yea youre fine I guess.

  5. sampulls says: Sep 12, 2012 8:14 PM

    Don’t panic…that is what teams say when they are nervous.

  6. ghjjf says: Sep 12, 2012 8:16 PM

    The defense is still playing poorly just like last year. Rodgers would be freaked out if they could actually stop someone this year.

  7. purpleguy says: Sep 12, 2012 8:16 PM

    The Pack is fine — the only thing Packers players should be freaking out about is that Rodgers made that bet with his boy band buddies Boyz to Men.

  8. fastfreddy22 says: Sep 12, 2012 8:18 PM

    Will they be freaked out at 0-2??? I fell an upset coming!!!

  9. norcalmafia says: Sep 12, 2012 8:20 PM

    Stop it already they lost to the 49ers not the Seahawks..Theyll be fine.And Im not even a packer fan.

  10. johnnyjagfan says: Sep 12, 2012 8:23 PM

    They’ll right the ship. SF is just that good.

  11. larryboodry says: Sep 12, 2012 8:23 PM

    Here’s the thing…If the Packers win tomorrow, they will be 1-1, as will the Bears, but GB would have the early tiebreaker edge based on conference record (1-1 vs. 0-1) and on having won the first head-to-head matchup…If the Bears win, however, GB drops to 2 back in the North, and Chicago has those early tiebreakers.

    Then again, with 14 games remaining at that point, it is much too soon for panic whichever way Thursday night plays out…Go Bears!

  12. jimthebuilder27 says: Sep 12, 2012 8:24 PM

    Packers need to consider firing Dom Capers. He just isn’t able to make adjustments like he used to!

  13. lbpackfan says: Sep 12, 2012 8:25 PM

    contra74 – 10 for 10 posting on recent Packer related posts…. and 0 for 10 on Viking related posts.

    Just saying…

  14. bobhk says: Sep 12, 2012 8:29 PM

    Rodgers and the Pack should be concerned. I saw the niners game. The D looked inept and the O looked overwhelmed.
    There are other teams with good Ds that will be able to slow down this O. They also don’t have a good running game.

  15. bearsstillsuck says: Sep 12, 2012 8:31 PM

    Yes because after losing three out of twenty games the packers are the new redskins.

  16. Great Caesar's Ghost says: Sep 12, 2012 8:31 PM

    “Counting the playoffs the Packers have now lost three of their last five games, after having previously won 20 in a row.”

    Come on. Two games were separated by nine months of nothing. Different roster too. The 2012 Packers have lost one in a row.

  17. nflfollower says: Sep 12, 2012 8:32 PM

    Can’t wait for the packers to “beat themselves” again this week. It should be priceless. I really don’t see anybody in that secondary capable of covering Marshall, so they better hope for a pass rush from the invisible clay Matthews, which hasn’t happened in some time now, if you actually watch the games and not the commercials. Sorry if the truth hurts.

  18. beerbratscheese says: Sep 12, 2012 8:54 PM

    sampulls says: Sep 12, 2012 8:14 PM

    Don’t panic…that is what teams say when they are nervous.
    ———————————————-
    So, what do teams that AREN’T nervouse say: do panic?

    Seriously, the Packers will be fine. CedBen only had eight carries in the preseason. Once he gets more familiar with the offense, and starte facing lesser defenses (like all 30 other teams) he will improve.

    The defense has shown signs of improving, especially the front seven, who got four sacks against the 49ers. I’m sure they’re salivating at the opportunity to face the Bears weak O-line.

  19. beerbratscheese says: Sep 12, 2012 8:58 PM

    Oh, I’d also like to say that, as a Packers fan, the 49ers clearly outplayed us on Sunday. They didn’t “beat themselves”. The niners took us to the woodshed, plain and simple.

    That doesn’t mean the same thing will happen if these two teams meet in the playoffs. So much can happen in the next 15-16 weeks.

  20. mn1288 says: Sep 12, 2012 9:00 PM

    nflfollower says: Sep 12, 2012 8:32 PM

    Can’t wait for the packers to “beat themselves” again this week. It should be priceless. I really don’t see anybody in that secondary capable of covering Marshall, so they better hope for a pass rush from the invisible clay Matthews, which hasn’t happened in some time now, if you actually watch the games and not the commercials. Sorry if the truth hurts.
    _____________________________________

    Uhhh…You do realize Matthews was in the backfield all day on Sunday, and leads the league in sacks with 2.5, right, nflfollower? Idiot.

  21. tannethrill says: Sep 12, 2012 9:02 PM

    Miss the days of a post like this being followed by the mention of a Favre return.

  22. contrasuxbalz says: Sep 12, 2012 9:02 PM

    The defense is young they will come together in a few more games. I for one am looking forward to the rest of the year. By the end the Packers should be in top form with a young stifling defense that knows each other very well. Best team in the league by the end of the regular season.

  23. teal379 says: Sep 12, 2012 9:08 PM

    Is the Packers D where it needs to be? No. Not even close but the season doesn’t end tomorrow.

    Is Clay Mathews the only pass rush they have? No – he’s not. He didn’t have all the sacks or pressures in that game.

    For all the talk about how great the 49′rs D is – GB’s D had more sacks in that game. I thought common thought was that GB’s o-line was garbage?

    The “worst passing defense of all time” did manage to hold Smith to 211 yards vice the 49′rs holding Aaron to 303.

    Course no one’s talking about that. It’s one game, one day and one opponent.

    Let’s play the rest of the season here and worry about the end of the year more than the beginning….

  24. west4420 says: Sep 12, 2012 9:11 PM

    It’s a little early to panic. Rodgers is a baller and the Pack always bring the heat against the Bears.

    With that being said, the Pack have never seen a guy like Marshall and Jeffrey in a Bears uniform. Add those guys to Bennett and Forte and subtract the idiotic offense of Martz and you have a potent attack.

    This is going to be a great game. They can panic if they go 0-2

  25. gpclaw says: Sep 12, 2012 9:15 PM

    Nope, no need to freak out until after the Bears smack GB around on Thursday. It was only a matter of time until defenses caught up. The all pass offense isn’t going to work this year. Unless GB pulls a run game out of their back side, they are going to get pounded by teams that can rush the passer.

  26. fsf7 says: Sep 12, 2012 9:19 PM

    What happened to the 2010 Packers defense that was #1 in scoring defense and #2 in yards?

    They were a better team at 10-6 in 2010 than they were in 2011 at 15-1 – because they played elite defense and didn’t rely on Aaron Rogers to exclusively outscore their opponents. 5 teams have finished 15-1; two won the Super Bowl (84 49ers, 85 Bears), two lost the Conference Championships (98 Vikings, 04 Steelers) – the Packers are the only 1 and done. The Vikings lost a heartbreaker and the Steelers had a rookie QB, and went on to win the 2 Super Bowls in the following 4 seasons.

    They won’t win another Super Bowl unless they get back to the elite defensive level.

  27. gmaninchi says: Sep 12, 2012 9:25 PM

    “so they better hope for a pass rush from the invisible clay Matthews, which hasn’t happened in some time now, if you actually watch the games and not the commercials.”
    —————————————————–
    If you would have actually watched this game you would know Matthews had 2.5 sacks (the most of any player this last weekend) and he had 4 quarterback hits. Not exactly “invisible”.

  28. bxb1269 says: Sep 12, 2012 9:31 PM

    Even tho the 49ers outplayed them in two of the three phases (off, def) the pack still had a chance for the game tying score. Im not panicking! Yet.

  29. greenspartan8 says: Sep 12, 2012 9:38 PM

    He’s right. I could see people freaking out if they lost 3 straight, but they lost against a team that can arguably be considered the best team in the NFC. The Pack definitely get back on track this week.

  30. jebsta16 says: Sep 12, 2012 9:43 PM

    Yup invisible Clay and his 2.5 sacks in the first game against that niner oline. The Packers defense did get better in 4th quarter minus the big gore run. They had a lot of mixed signals in the secondary which I am sure they will clean up. How many times did we watch a replay where a guy called the coverage and went and covered a receiver with a lb already on him leaving another receiver wide open? It happened a lot. The pass rush was impressive and we would have had more than just 4 sacks if all Smith had to do was hit a wide open receiver.

  31. myhornispurple says: Sep 12, 2012 9:47 PM

    Great QB, above avg coach, thin O-line, no RB, overrated LB’s and consistent injuries …plus now the refs seem to allow pass defenders play football. Looks like a formula for failure in GB!

  32. opietaylor says: Sep 12, 2012 9:49 PM

    The Bears were rolling last year 7-3 when Cutler broke his thumb, even with the so called shoddy OL and small receivers etc. you cheeseheads better hope Rogers doesn’t go down for an extended period on a freak play like Cutler. Like the Bears last year, your back up QB can’t win games. One dimensional teams usually get exposed.

  33. trefkennedy says: Sep 12, 2012 9:50 PM

    As much as I respect Aaron Rodgers I think the bears gonna beat them

  34. jhtobias says: Sep 12, 2012 9:52 PM

    Viking and Lion Trolls you play in a dome and how many superbowls have you won ? Lion fan should never complain about a team crying about officiating, because according to lion fan they haven’t lost a game because of officiating since their inception…

    Go Away Trolls !!

  35. riverace19 says: Sep 12, 2012 9:59 PM

    Everyone chill. The packers aren’t that good right now. I would be surprised if they beat the Bears. This team actually reminds me of the 2010 team, they were weak at the start of the year with a VERY young defense. And we all know what happened that year. Just sayin’

  36. monstersofthemidway545051 says: Sep 12, 2012 10:01 PM

    No need to panic. Unless they have to hit the road 0-2 then come back home and face Drew Brees and fight to avoid 1-3. And Seattle is a tough place to play too.

  37. ducksk says: Sep 12, 2012 10:06 PM

    Bears still suck! What we talking 25+ years since the Super Bowl shuffle? Bears and cubs suck and always will. No commitment to a winning tradition. PS please stay out of northern Wisco. Bear and cubbie fans, you are hated here.

  38. dino2997 says: Sep 12, 2012 10:13 PM

    Aaron Rodgers has lost 3 out of 4. He’s feeling pressure whether he wants to admit it or not. I have a feeling it’s a similiar pressure to what Dan Marino was feeling about 30 years ago. If you’re even slightly off you’re going to lose the game.

  39. ddogdaddy says: Sep 12, 2012 10:19 PM

    If you had told me that after 1week the Colts would have the same record as the Packers,Giants,Saints and Steelers, I would have been pretty darn happy. Actually, I am happy. Come on cheese heads spank some bear butt would you? Thank you and we will see you guys in a couple weeks.
    GO BLUE

  40. tdrundmc says: Sep 12, 2012 10:20 PM

    It should be a good game tomorrow night. Note to TV: Please stop showing those played out discount double check commercials, especially the one with that twinkie Clay Matthews.

  41. chi01town says: Sep 12, 2012 10:25 PM

    “Its Just ONE game” thats what Rodgers said about the packers losing to the 49ers. So tomorrow I guess he will say “thats just two games” when they lose to Chicago

  42. budda6477 says: Sep 12, 2012 10:35 PM

    nflfollower says:Sep 12, 2012 8:32 PM

    so they better hope for a pass rush from the invisible clay Matthews, which hasn’t happened in some time now, if you actually watch the games and not the commercials. Sorry if the truth hurts.

    I don’t think 2.5 sacks against Joe Staley is being invisible. Staley’s nose would probably beg to differ with you also. Just saying….

  43. jhein23 says: Sep 12, 2012 10:40 PM

    nflfollower – did you watch Sunday’s game??? Clay Matthews had 2.5 sacks and could have had a couple more if 49ers left tackle Joe Staley didn’t keep jumping early with no flag.
    If you don’t believe me check nfl league leaders in sacks. People are extremely uninformed on this site.

  44. jhein23 says: Sep 12, 2012 10:42 PM

    There isn’t a bigger loser on this site than Contra

  45. Peter Venkman says: Sep 12, 2012 10:57 PM

    I saw a movie about contra74 once. It was called the 40 Year Old Virgin.

  46. wheresmyjuice says: Sep 12, 2012 11:02 PM

    I’m a GB season ticket holder, but after watching all the short cuts from around the league to me the Pack are the softest team in football.

  47. bfrsd says: Sep 12, 2012 11:04 PM

    nflfollower says:
    Sep 12, 2012 8:32 PM
    Can’t wait for the packers to “beat themselves” again this week. It should be priceless. I really don’t see anybody in that secondary capable of covering Marshall, so they better hope for a pass rush from the invisible clay Matthews, which hasn’t happened in some time now, if you actually watch the games and not the commercials. Sorry if the truth hurts.
    ————————————–
    Watch the games and not the commercials? Are you blind? Matthews had 2.5 sacks and another 4.5 pressures against a pro bowl LT. They started double teaming him in the second half cause Staley couldn’t hold him. Pro football focus rated him the best linebacker to play the first week. Ignorance is bliss.

  48. kmartinson says: Sep 12, 2012 11:19 PM

    Yes…I’m sure the Packers are going to curl up into a ball and cry themselves to sleep after one game. Last time I checked this wasn’t a playoff game as it actually was the first game of a 16 game schedule. I don’t care who the team is…are you ready to crown the Cardinals and Vikings division champs?

  49. woodsidegil says: Sep 12, 2012 11:20 PM

    I’m a long time 49er fan and after reading the pre and post game comments from the Packer fans I’m really impressed at how classy (hate that word) they have been. Being a Cal fan I’ve always been an Aaron Rodgers fan but I’m rooting for the Pack all the way up to the Championship game.

  50. briggsweatbird says: Sep 12, 2012 11:32 PM

    September 11, 2011:
    Washington 28 New York Giants 14

    Yes, Green Bay should be panicked. The season is over, just like it was last year after week 1 for the ultimately 9 -7, Super Bowl champion New York Giants.

    As long as they are at least 4 – 4 through the first eight games, there is nothing to panic about. Unless, of course, they go 0-2, like the 2001 Super Bowl champion New England Patriots or the 1993 Super Bowl winner Dallas Cowboys.

  51. nygdriveforfive says: Sep 12, 2012 11:33 PM

    When will Clay and his coach say the Packers “beat themselves”
    This team is so over hyped.

  52. raiderlyfe510 says: Sep 12, 2012 11:52 PM

    There’s no need to panic. Any other opponent and G.B. would have won easily. They lost to a good opponent..period.

  53. sportsfan83 says: Sep 13, 2012 12:10 AM

    I’m a Bears fan and I don’t think GB has anything to worry about just yet. It’s one game and they lost to a very good SF team,not like it was the Browns or Colts who beat them.

  54. vikingfan1971 says: Sep 13, 2012 12:12 AM

    Jh the vikings can beat greenbay they have in the past and so what if we have a dome we are getting a stadium built in 2016 and we have had some good years we will show green bay and the other teams we are a team to be reckon with and not swept under the rug figuring we will just lose like last year our last game was pretty good we won and we should have not let that last touchdown happen it was a hail mary in the end zone and they were lucky they caught the ball we have a good field goal kicker who has helped us win the game along with our defense players and adrian peterson showed up and gave us our 2 touch downs I hope the bears beat green bay tommorrow night so they go 0-2 and I know we can beat the colts and we will be 2-0 we just have to take it week by week and see what happens this is the vikings year to shine
    skol vikings

  55. goldrush36 says: Sep 13, 2012 12:42 AM

    What is there to freak out about? Had the niners lost the story would be reversed and would still be just as stupid. There are some takeaways I get from everyone’s responses. A. Alex Smith isn’t getting enough credit…. He has from the media but other folks are pulling the “oh their D is still terrible, Alex looked like Brady against them”. B. Pack defense isn’t getting enough credit which goes hand in hand with Smith not getting his. They got good pressure all game… Honestly I don’t think Staley is as great as some think but he is pretty damn good. He had his hands full all day. The whole situation should be most credited to the 49ers coaching staff though.. They used Moss to open up the underneath (run and pass) and creative formations to get the better of the Packers D. They did the same thing on the defensive side. You can say they exposed some weakness I suppose but lets be honest. How many teams can actually exploit those weaknesses? Maybe a handful and they don’t play all of them. I still see the pack around 13-3 or 12-4. 11-5 at the very very worst. Nothing at all to panic about.

  56. true9erfan66 says: Sep 13, 2012 1:09 AM

    Ya I don’t remember a team who made so many excuses. Plus they did it right in public. First off the packers start saying oh we beat ourselves. Hahaha not hardly the 9ers flat out played them. Stats the pressure we put on Rogers, Than 9ers ran all over them rushing yards. Than Rodgers comes and talks about replacement refs and how they cost them. Lol really any half assed football fan knows it was the 9ers who was screwed we would of Never even been a close game. The 9ers woulda held a nice 2 TD lead the whole game. That was a terriable no call not 1 but 2 blocks in the back. I gotta say the way the packers have been with the whole oh refs screwed us and the we beat ourselves crap. I have lost all respect for them. A real team like when 9ers played and lost to ravens last year. We had lots of excuses we coulda used like it was a Thursday game we traveled across country. We only got 2 days to practice cause wed we spent it traveling. I could go on but what real football team does was exactly what we did said ravens out played us we didn’t use the term we beat ourselves or complain cause we only got 2 days to practice. So maybe packer player and fans should take notes and get some class

  57. sixjak says: Sep 13, 2012 1:22 AM

    bxb1269 says:
    Sep 12, 2012 9:31 PM
    Even tho the 49ers outplayed them in two of the three phases (off, def) the pack still had a chance for the game tying score. Im not panicking! Yet.

    ______

    Are you delusional? Just because the zebras totally missed the block in the back On the punt return does not mean that GB outplayed SF on ST’s. They did not. Did your kicker kick a 63 yard FG? Uhhh no. At any rate 99x’s out of 100 you will win the game if you win 2 of the 3 phases anyway. So if I give you your delusion, you still lost. Had the zebras called that punt return correctly then this game isn’t even close 30-15. GB never was in that game. Period. They didn’t win any phase at any time. Good luck with CHI. I don’t think your team is going to beat Da Bearsssss. They’re defense has a better chance at stopping GB’s offense than GB’s defense does at stopping CHI’s offense. Unfortunately I think this is going to be a common theme for GB fans this season.

  58. shaggytoodle says: Sep 13, 2012 1:34 AM

    He is right, everyone else is freaking out, the 9ers played a great game yes, did the refs make that game brutal to watch yes.

    Would the Packers have won with regular refs? Not the way they played.

    Its one game, everyone wants to go make BOLD statements after week one. Its just that though. I think the Packers will be around when the post season arrives.

    They got a lot of fresh young faces, on defense, and a few others trying to positions. It will take time to gel.

    Just like it did a few years ago when they found thier stride to go all the way, and just as the Giants did last year.

    Nobody won or lost a Superbowl last week, its just half the league is 1-0 and the other half is 0-1

  59. contra74 says: Sep 13, 2012 3:09 AM

    Love the name calling guys. Keep it up cause it means you have no real rebuttal to anything regarding the packers downfall. You’ve accepted it and resorted to name calling LoL

  60. pauliepennino says: Sep 13, 2012 7:01 AM

    Hey Bears fans…before you hang your hat on the Packers being “2-3 in their last 5 games,” go back and see who the Packers beat on Christmas Day 2011.

    Am I excited about the way the Packers played last week? No. Am I worried about the Bears? No. Who did the Bears beat last week that has their fans so excited?

    Cutler has 11 career picks against the Packers and a passer rating of 67 in those games. He’s one one game and lost six (including a MNF game in Denver his rookie year.) If I was Jay Cutler, I would be confident but I wouldn’t be running my mouth the way he is. Go on and talk…that’s pretty much all you have shown you can do against the Packers.

  61. sj39 says: Sep 13, 2012 7:18 AM

    You see it all the time. A team wins a Super Bowl and their idiot fans think they are going to win the next 20.

  62. irishgary says: Sep 13, 2012 7:20 AM

    @contra74

    OK moron, explain the differences between last years weaknesses and this years.

    The Defense? That was the weakness last year and we went 15-1.

    Super Bowl season 10-6. Long way to go and we know your Vikings will finish at the bottom of the North. At least you will have good draft picks to waiste.

  63. chi01town says: Sep 13, 2012 7:43 AM

    Well packers fans I GOT BAD NEWS
    0/2 is how Greenbay gone start this year. CHICAGO IS TOO STRONG an Rodgers know it… But thats not good enough HE HAS TO SEE IT.

  64. stellarperformance says: Sep 13, 2012 7:55 AM

    lbpackfan says: Sep 12, 2012 8:25 PM
    contra74 – 10 for 10 posting on recent Packer related posts…. and 0 for 10 on Viking related posts.
    ==================================

    Yeah, he’s obsessed. Ever since we were able to shove the antics of Favre back down his throat, he’s been on a mission. He’ll be licking his wounds anonymously on this site for quite awhile.

  65. lightofkolob says: Sep 13, 2012 8:21 AM

    Why is everyone so quick to give this team a pass? They can’t run the and just quit playing defense. one demensional over rated team

  66. jhm3 says: Sep 13, 2012 8:27 AM

    I think they started believing their own hype starting last year I would not be suprised if they dont make the playoffs

  67. dabears4life says: Sep 13, 2012 8:37 AM

    ducksk says:
    Sep 12, 2012 10:06 PM
    Bears still suck! What we talking 25+ years since the Super Bowl shuffle? Bears and cubs suck and always will. No commitment to a winning tradition. PS please stay out of northern Wisco. Bear and cubbie fans, you are hated here.

    What you think you are liked in Chicago??? Why dont you put on the camo and get lost in the woods somewhere? Bears are gonna roll on the fudge packers tonight. Cant wait to see Rodgers getting sacked allll night long. Going to be fun. BEARDOWN!!

    PS….dont hate us cuz your state is our playground….

  68. chi01town says: Sep 13, 2012 9:39 AM

    The NFL media an explayers are going to line up an jump on the Chicago bandwagon tonight. an JAY CUTLER is going to become everybodys favorate QB. an all of this will happen as soon as it becomes appairent that Chicago will WIN this game.

  69. dkuether017 says: Sep 13, 2012 12:17 PM

    sampulls says:
    Sep 12, 2012 8:14 PM
    Don’t panic…that is what teams say when they are nervous

    Correction, a team says don’t panic when they lose to the best team in the NFC, not because they’re nervous. If they were nervous, they would say should we move out of MN to LA?

  70. shaggytoodle says: Sep 13, 2012 1:50 PM

    sj39 says:Sep 13, 2012 7:18 AM

    You see it all the time. A team wins a Super Bowl and their idiot fans think they are going to win the next 20
    ________________________

    You partially right, fans do believe that thier team is the favorite to win the Super Bowl. I don’t see anything wrong with that.

    In the Packers case though, before the season started the last to years so did Vegas.

  71. larryboodry says: Sep 13, 2012 4:45 PM

    ducksk says: Sep 12, 2012 10:06 PM

    Bears still suck! What we talking 25+ years since the Super Bowl shuffle? Bears and cubs suck and always will. No commitment to a winning tradition. PS please stay out of northern Wisco. Bear and cubbie fans, you are hated here.
    —————————————-
    What a sad, bitter life you must lead, to let allegiance to a SPORTS TEAM make you hate a whole bunch of folks you’ve never met, and who have done you no harm.

    And I’d be willing to bet that not all of your northern Wisconsin neighbors would hate me…I would like to think that most of them have more compassion and joy for life than you do. It’s a shame you’re making them look bad.

  72. axespray says: Sep 13, 2012 6:17 PM

    jimthebuilder27 says:Sep 12, 2012 8:24 PM
    “Packers need to consider firing Dom Capers. He just isn’t able to make adjustments like he used to!”

    nah, I don’t think he’s the problem, we have alot of young guys in the secondary, so there’s going to be mix ups…. We got some good pressure and what not up front…. our dumb secondary is gonna have to mature and grow up quickly in order for our D to be good.

  73. fuzzynuts55 says: Sep 14, 2012 1:42 AM

    AR please shut your mouth and your stupid belt move..

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