Mike Vandermause column: Tables have ...

Mike Vandermause column: Tables have turned for Minnesota Vikings, Green Bay Packers

There are 6 comments on the WisInfo story from Nov 9, 2009, titled Mike Vandermause column: Tables have turned for Minnesota Vikings, Green Bay Packers. In it, WisInfo reports that:

A little more than a year ago, the Green Bay Packers climbed to 4-3 in the standings after a resounding 34-14 victory over the Indianapolis Colts at Lambeau Field.

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GBPfan

Fountain, CO

#1 Nov 10, 2009
Deja vous. I know I've been here before.

“VIKINGS, NFC NORTH CHAMPIONS!!”

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#2 Nov 10, 2009
That was a good read. I liked this part best;

If we do what we have to do, I think well have an opportunity to play (them) again, said guard Daryn Colledge.

It sounds like a death wish, but then, its the only chance the Packers have to make the deep, throbbing pain of this past month go away.

"It sounds like a death wish"
Ain't THAT the truth!

There's even more good Packer news though. Did you read the article with Gilbert Brown's comments?
The whole article is a good read but here's the best part;

"The Vikings have stole our swagger, period," Brown said. "Everybody on that team stole our swagger. Took our quarterback. Took our heart on Lambeau Field. Took our heart in front of millions of fans on TV. Then you go out and lose to an 0-7 team. The debacle started when they played the Vikings right there. The two Vikings games crushed the season."

The rest of the story from PFT;

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/11/...

Anyway, just trying to cheer you Pack fans up!
GBPfan

Fountain, CO

#3 Nov 10, 2009
Did the Packers bring Gilbert Brown back also?

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#4 Nov 10, 2009
GBPfan wrote:
Did the Packers bring Gilbert Brown back also?
No, but based on their play this year (And last) maybe they should.
normallylikeyell ow

Tyrone, PA

#5 Nov 10, 2009
Actually Brown's point that we continue to make the same mistakes week in and week out is an excellent one. Or that we can't ever seem to play 2 halves of good football. That's coaching. The guys aren't buying what he's selling anymore.
GBPfan

Fountain, CO

#6 Nov 10, 2009
That's one reason to change things. Confidence, once lost, can be hard to restore.

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