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2018 Game Day Talk / Re: The OFFICIAL Packers v Seahawks Game Day Thread
« Last post by Whiskey Sam on November 15, 2018, 08:54:05 PM »
The sad truth is these are two mediocre teams battling it out for roughly the 15th pick. Perhaps one of these teams will get a wild card, but neither is going anywhere this year

It's time to stop thinking Superbowl or bust, and it's time to start enjoying the development of our young people.

I think it's very unlikely McCarthy is going anywhere.

Personally, the big disappointment this year for me is Graham. The big scare for me is the idea that Aaron's legs are going and he's not adjusting well.
I don't know about that, you have Aaron Rodgers all year and don't make the playoffs, the new GM can't be happy with MM. The best thing for this young team would have been a winning culture and some playoff experience. It's not over yet, but our future is out of our hands as far as the playoffs go. Rodgers has a tear in his knee, may shut him down early for surgery. Just so sick of seeing Pete Carroll smile and cheer when the refs hand him games.

The blown calls only mattered because GB's unforced errors kept it close enough for those calls to have an impact. Rodgers missed two TDs where Adams had his man beat because of poor footwork leading to poor throws. He killed several drives refusing to throw to open men underneath, especially where Jones was WIDE open late when they had to settle for a FG. McCarthy continues to call deep drop, slow developing plays on third and short which usually result in sacks or throwaways. The running game was abandoned again. Were the refs' calls garbage? Yeah, but GB should have been up 20 at that point, and it shouldn't have mattered. The supposed best QB in football has not elevated his game when the team needs it the most. I'm not sure Rodgers is in the top 5 QBs this season, and I'm more shocked by that than anything.
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2018 Game Day Talk / Re: The OFFICIAL Packers v Seahawks Game Day Thread
« Last post by Donzo on November 15, 2018, 08:49:29 PM »
Perhaps Ty Montgomery feels a bit vindicated.

He shouldn't.
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2018 Game Day Talk / Re: The OFFICIAL Packers v Seahawks Game Day Thread
« Last post by SET4YRS on November 15, 2018, 08:43:13 PM »
The sad truth is these are two mediocre teams battling it out for roughly the 15th pick. Perhaps one of these teams will get a wild card, but neither is going anywhere this year

It's time to stop thinking Superbowl or bust, and it's time to start enjoying the development of our young people.

I think it's very unlikely McCarthy is going anywhere.

Personally, the big disappointment this year for me is Graham. The big scare for me is the idea that Aaron's legs are going and he's not adjusting well.

 I don't know about that, you have Aaron Rodgers all year and don't make the playoffs, the new GM can't be happy with MM. The best thing for this young team would have been a winning culture and some playoff experience. It's not over yet, but our future is out of our hands as far as the playoffs go. Rodgers has a tear in his knee, may shut him down early for surgery. Just so sick of seeing Pete Carroll smile and cheer when the refs hand him games.

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2018 Game Day Talk / Re: The OFFICIAL Packers v Seahawks Game Day Thread
« Last post by Donzo on November 15, 2018, 08:42:39 PM »
The big scare for me is the idea that Aaron's legs are going and he's not adjusting well.


Nah, he's just dealing with a bum knee, a knee that will heal....He's also out of sync with the offence, but also playing some excellent ball at times.

 :-\
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2018 Game Day Talk / Re: The OFFICIAL Packers v Seahawks Game Day Thread
« Last post by packdaddy on November 15, 2018, 08:37:21 PM »
Massively frustrating game...   banghead

Awful officiating, MM with a disaster game and when it was time for Rodgers to bail the team out, he has an atrocious three and out.

 :(

Perhaps Ty Montgomery feels a bit vindicated.
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2018 Game Day Talk / Re: The OFFICIAL Packers v Seahawks Game Day Thread
« Last post by packdaddy on November 15, 2018, 08:36:15 PM »
Look for a season around 8-8 or 7-9.

picking 15th or thereabouts in the draft.  Ugh.
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Mock Drafts / Noble Warrior's 2019 Mock (5 rounds)
« Last post by Noble Warrior on November 15, 2018, 08:34:55 PM »
1. Montez Sweat, OLB/DE, Mississippi State
1. Chase Winovich, OLB/DE, Michigan
2.  Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State
3.  Khaleke Hudson*, S, Michigan
4. Alex Bars, G/OT, Notre Dame
4.  David Reese II*, OLB, Florida
5.  Daylon Mack, NT, Texas A&M
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2018 Game Day Talk / Re: The OFFICIAL Packers v Seahawks Game Day Thread
« Last post by marklawrence on November 15, 2018, 08:33:09 PM »
The sad truth is these are two mediocre teams battling it out for roughly the 15th pick. Perhaps one of these teams will get a wild card, but neither is going anywhere this year

It's time to stop thinking Superbowl or bust, and it's time to start enjoying the development of our young people.

I think it's very unlikely McCarthy is going anywhere.

Personally, the big disappointment this year for me is Graham. The big scare for me is the idea that Aaron's legs are going and he's not adjusting well.
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2018 Game Day Talk / Re: The OFFICIAL Packers v Seahawks Game Day Thread
« Last post by Donzo on November 15, 2018, 08:27:36 PM »
Massively frustrating game...   banghead

Awful officiating, MM with a disaster game and when it was time for Rodgers to bail the team out, he has an atrocious three and out.

 :(
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2018 Game Day Talk / Re: The OFFICIAL Packers v Seahawks Game Day Thread
« Last post by Whiskey Sam on November 15, 2018, 08:25:55 PM »
Contenders find a way to win. Pretenders find ways to lose. This year, the Packers are apparently pretenders. Though they're not pretending anymore. They just don't have "it" this year. They play very well in fits and starts, but aren't able to be consistent in any phase of the game. Look for a season around 8-8 or 7-9.

I see Min and Chi as likely losses. The rest of the schedule is actually favorable, but that leaves them 8-7-1, and that won't make the playoffs. I'm not sure they won't drop 1 or 2 shockers they way they've played and finish 6-9-1. Rodgers' refusal to hit open receivers underneath and his deteriorating mechanics have become a major problem. If McCarthy won't coach him, or Rodgers won't listen to him, Mike has to go.
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