Jags hang tough before Pack put a em away

Oct 29, 2012 Full story: The Daily Gazette 13

Packers linebacker Dezman Moses scoops up a loose football after a blocked punt during the second quarter Sunday against the Jaguars at Lambeau Field.

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Laughing Bear Fan

Littleton, CO

#1 Oct 29, 2012
scoring meaningless points at the end of the game over a piss poor team is REALLY putting them away
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#2 Oct 29, 2012
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
scoring meaningless points at the end of the game over a piss poor team is REALLY putting them away
Is this your goofy way of trying to claim that making a last second fieldgoal to beat the Panthers is impressive? ROFLMAO! It's lucky your defense and kicker can score a little, because we all know your offense can't!

The Bears are continuing a steady march to the bottom of the NFL offenses. Lucky for you, the Jets will probably lock up 32nd place by season's end. You will learn to love Tim Tebow for helping to keep your team from the very bottom of the NFL. Congratulations to the Bears 26th ranked offense. Look at the bright side the slide will probably continue at losing only one or two spots per week from here on out. There aren't that many more spots to drop! And there are still 9 weeks left in the season. Of course, the Bears have to start playing some teams with winning records soon, so maybe you'll hit rock bottom with many weeks to go.
Laughing Bear Fan

Littleton, CO

#3 Oct 29, 2012
I am not the one who insists my team is the be al end all team like your faux love affair with the Packers. It looks like you will have to lose to the giants again this year and whine all off-season
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#4 Oct 29, 2012
My love affair with the Packers is for real. No Packer fan thinks the Packers are the "be all" and "end all" team. We merely know that the Packers hold the NFL record for Championships (13) by a very wide margin. And I didn't whine about losing to the eventual Super Bowl Champions in the playoffs. Did you do that the previous season? ROFLMAO!
That Blows

United States

#5 Oct 29, 2012
This was kind of a sad game....303 yards by Gabbert...wow...
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#6 Oct 29, 2012
That Blows wrote:
This was kind of a sad game....303 yards by Gabbert...wow...
Nearly 200 of those yards were in the first. I don't know if you saw the game. It was strange. In the first half, Gabbert looked like an NFL QB! I forgot I was watching the Jaguars. In the second half, Blaine reminded us.
Double Check

United States

#7 Oct 29, 2012
GBPfan wrote:
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Nearly 200 of those yards were in the first. I don't know if you saw the game. It was strange. In the first half, Gabbert looked like an NFL QB! I forgot I was watching the Jaguars. In the second half, Blaine reminded us.
WTF is going on with that D....
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#8 Oct 29, 2012
Double Check wrote:
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WTF is going on with that D....
You didn't expect the Packers to lose Woodson without skipping a beat, did you? I will be thrilled if it only takes half a game to adjust. The Packers need to replace a guy that was experienced and verstile. It can be done, but a few hickups are bound to occur. As for Gabbert, I swear in the first half of the game he looked more accurate than I have ever seen. And believe it or not, the Jaguars have receivers. They also have good running backs. If they ever get a QB that can throw consistently, the offense could be good.
DA BEARS FAN

Lake In The Hills, IL

#9 Oct 29, 2012
GBPfan wrote:
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You didn't expect the Packers to lose Woodson without skipping a beat, did you? I will be thrilled if it only takes half a game to adjust. The Packers need to replace a guy that was experienced and verstile. It can be done, but a few hickups are bound to occur. As for Gabbert, I swear in the first half of the game he looked more accurate than I have ever seen. And believe it or not, the Jaguars have receivers. They also have good running backs. If they ever get a QB that can throw consistently, the offense could be good.
Bears held the jags to 3 points and scored 41.
DA BEARS FAN

Lake In The Hills, IL

#10 Oct 29, 2012
GBPfan wrote:
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Is this your goofy way of trying to claim that making a last second fieldgoal to beat the Panthers is impressive? ROFLMAO! It's lucky your defense and kicker can score a little, because we all know your offense can't!
The Bears are continuing a steady march to the bottom of the NFL offenses. Lucky for you, the Jets will probably lock up 32nd place by season's end. You will learn to love Tim Tebow for helping to keep your team from the very bottom of the NFL. Congratulations to the Bears 26th ranked offense. Look at the bright side the slide will probably continue at losing only one or two spots per week from here on out. There aren't that many more spots to drop! And there are still 9 weeks left in the season. Of course, the Bears have to start playing some teams with winning records soon, so maybe you'll hit rock bottom with many weeks to go.
Bears are 6-1 second best record in the conference. Packers are in third place in the division.
Snap

United States

#11 Oct 29, 2012
DA BEARS FAN wrote:
<quoted text>Bears held the jags to 3 points and scored 41.
Ouch...lol...
Yardage

United States

#12 Oct 29, 2012
GBPfan wrote:
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You didn't expect the Packers to lose Woodson without skipping a beat, did you? I will be thrilled if it only takes half a game to adjust. The Packers need to replace a guy that was experienced and verstile. It can be done, but a few hickups are bound to occur. As for Gabbert, I swear in the first half of the game he looked more accurate than I have ever seen. And believe it or not, the Jaguars have receivers. They also have good running backs. If they ever get a QB that can throw consistently, the offense could be good.
Jags Jennings sucked...wasnt impressed by his fill in for MJD....
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#13 Oct 29, 2012
Yardage wrote:
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Jags Jennings sucked...wasnt impressed by his fill in for MJD....
It probably isn't fair to compare a back to last season's rushing leader. However, I understand Jennings carries a career average of about 4.6 yards per carry. That's not too bad.

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