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ProFootballTalk: Impact of Bulaga’s injury

Mike Florio discusses Bryan Bulaga’s injury and the impact it will have on the offensive line and the Packers as a whole in 2013.

 

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6 Responses to “ProFootballTalk: Impact of Bulaga’s injury”
  1. footballnut2011 says: Aug 5, 2013 7:02 PM

    This is gonna be sweet watching erin get pounded every week. I got 500 bucks that says she lands on IR before week 10. BlowpackBlow!!!!

  2. beardown4life says: Aug 5, 2013 7:58 PM

    All I can say is Bear Meat mmmm

  3. gbfootball2013 says: Aug 5, 2013 11:14 PM

    footballnut2011;
    Here are some interesting things for you to think about.

    I feel the running game will be much inproved this year. It means the D-line will have to honor the run with runners in the backfield.
    Running plays takes the ball out of Rodgers hands, avioding hits.
    Play option slows down the defense and gives Rodgers a little extra time to seek out open receivers.
    Although Rodgers would like to keep his stats high, the Packers gave him $125 million reasons to throw the ball away if necessary.
    I’d like to take you up on your bet if you are talking about Aaron Rodgers, (mispelled erin) but I would like to increase it to 1,000 bucks.
    What say you?

  4. 13xworldchamps says: Aug 5, 2013 11:19 PM

    Brian Bulaga missed 12 1/2 games last year and was on IR. I think Aaron Rodgers did just fine. These trolls that wish and celebrate injury to anyone on any team are cowards.

  5. lnfinite says: Aug 6, 2013 12:52 AM

    Rodgers on IR by game 7, Vince Young will be running for his life and the Pack finishes in last place 3-13.

    Symmetry…….

  6. themike31 says: Aug 6, 2013 10:02 AM

    It’s sad when the only hope the competitors have is wishing injury upon the best player in the game.

    But hey, when you’ve never won anything you get desperate.

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