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Line is Drawn: Spitz, Sitton, Barbre Win Jobs

There are 53 comments on the gnb.scout.com story from Aug 24, 2009, titled Line is Drawn: Spitz, Sitton, Barbre Win Jobs. In it, gnb.scout.com reports that:

Coach Mike McCarthy makes what he calls a difficult decision in two hotly contested battles.

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GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#41 Aug 27, 2009
Just the facts:

Hall was the starter at FB until Dec. 30 in 2007, now Kuhn is the starter. New starters at 2 of the 3 backfield positions. Changes to 60% of the line. Plus, TE Lee is expected to lose playing time to Finley, if not his starting job. On the relatively stable wide receiver unit, Jordy Nelson wasn't even on the team in 2007.

Again, that is just the offense. Go ahead, continue to stupidly claim the 2009 team is the "same" as the 2007 team. You make me look like a genius.
Danger D

Ipswich, SD

#42 Aug 27, 2009
Bottom line: I like our team this year. A lot. TT built it, so I have no problem with him.

Do you like our team and our chances this year?
Danger D

Ipswich, SD

#43 Aug 27, 2009
And please answer my question, don't just repeat the 31-33 thing over again.
wiscpurplefan

Minneapolis, MN

#44 Aug 27, 2009
Looks to me the Packers might have a pretty good team. The question mark is the defense. Can't wait for the regular season to start. Go VIKES!
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#45 Aug 27, 2009
So far, so good. I hope they continue to play well. I believe the Vikes deserve to be favorites in the division. However, I believe the Packers have a legitimate chance. It is TT's team. He will deserve the credit or the blame.
normallylikeyell ow

Philipsburg, PA

#46 Aug 27, 2009
Good preseason--a better schedule time-wise, too. We played like 3 times in 14 days last summer. Tomorrow night will tell a lot. I also remind myself that Detroit went 4-0 last preseason, so nothing is guaranteed. We should get Luke McCown from TB --they'll make it worth our while--or there's no guarantee Oakland's going to keep Gradkowski (who has played great in the preseason). I'd like to see a more experienced backup (and Gruden guys are always drilled in the reads).
jeremy

Mooreton, ND

#47 Aug 27, 2009
GBPfan wrote:
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Oh, just the offensive line? I guess Brett Favre is still with the team? It's like the blind leading the blind. You guys really are dumb and dumber!
Didn't think BF needed to be included since that is the most obvious. The amusement continues.
jeremy

Mooreton, ND

#48 Aug 27, 2009
normallylikeyellow wrote:
Good preseason--a better schedule time-wise, too. We played like 3 times in 14 days last summer. Tomorrow night will tell a lot. I also remind myself that Detroit went 4-0 last preseason, so nothing is guaranteed. We should get Luke McCown from TB --they'll make it worth our while--or there's no guarantee Oakland's going to keep Gradkowski (who has played great in the preseason). I'd like to see a more experienced backup (and Gruden guys are always drilled in the reads).
Preseason says a lot, not by record, but by individual play on the field. QB looks comfortable, WR looks solid, O-line looks atheletic, D-line looks solid, LB looks great and the Punter even looks descent. Shaping up to be a fun year to watch the Pack!
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#49 Aug 27, 2009
jeremy wrote:
<quoted text>Didn't think BF needed to be included since that is the most obvious. The amusement continues.
You didn't think. I can believe that.
jeremy

Mooreton, ND

#50 Aug 27, 2009
GBPfan wrote:
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You didn't think. I can believe that.
ummm....ok?
normallylikeyell ow

Philipsburg, PA

#51 Aug 28, 2009
I'm not being negative, just saying let's not get too carried away over exhibition games. Detroit did go 4-0 last year. We look good right now. W-L will start counting in a couple of weeks.
jeremy

Mooreton, ND

#52 Aug 28, 2009
normallylikeyellow wrote:
I'm not being negative, just saying let's not get too carried away over exhibition games. Detroit did go 4-0 last year. We look good right now. W-L will start counting in a couple of weeks.
No your not being negative, just a realist. Weeks 3-4 of preseason do matter a little, players even say so. The Bears better get their chin straps ready for the opener, what a great way to start the season with the two most storied franchises in NFL history.
normallylikeyell ow

Philipsburg, PA

#53 Aug 28, 2009
I agree with you. I never said that it didn't matter. I just said you preseason record isn't an indication of anything. Your level of play obviously is.

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