Packers keep building up defense, take DT B.J. Raji

The Green Bay Packers filled a critical need on their rebuilding defense in the first round of the NFL draft, taking Boston College defensive tackle B.J. Raji with the No. Full Story
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Jonathan

Saint Paul, MN

#1 Apr 25, 2009
Go Pack!!

“Let's put a smile on that face”

Since: Jan 09

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Apr 25, 2009
Again, the pack is drafting to try to stop Adrian Peterson.
jeremy

Barney, ND

#5 Apr 26, 2009
nitrain wrote:
Again, the pack is drafting to try to stop Adrian Peterson.
Why wouldn't they? AP is a nightmare,not only to the Packers, but to everyone else as well. You draft according to your divisional opponents strengths, that is the smart way to do it. Too bad the vikes pass defense sucks to try and stop Cutler and Rodgers.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#6 Apr 26, 2009
nitrain wrote:
Again, the pack is drafting to try to stop Adrian Peterson.
The Packers aren't drafting just to stop AP. They are drafting to stop running backs throughout the league. Hopefully, they have taken some good steps toward that goal. Someone needs to explain the game of football to you Queeny fans. Yes, the Packers want to beat the Viqueens, but accomplishing this goal alone is not going to get them far. The Packers have set their sights on something unknown to you --- an NFL Championship.
Max

River Falls, WI

#7 Apr 26, 2009
CT Viking Fan wrote:
Just another Packer to run over.
Percy (moss) Harvin :ESPN analyst Herm Edwards said Saturday night that Harvin is the kind of car guaranteed to crash at some point, so the key is having a good mechanic to fix him when he's damaged.

Love, exciting and new.....(come on all you Queenies sing along you know the words)......
Come aboard, we're expecting you
Love, life's sweetest reward
Let it flow, it floats back to you.
40for60

Duluth, MN

#8 Apr 26, 2009
GBPfan wrote:
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The Packers aren't drafting just to stop AP. They are drafting to stop running backs throughout the league. Hopefully, they have taken some good steps toward that goal. Someone needs to explain the game of football to you Queeny fans. Yes, the Packers want to beat the Viqueens, but accomplishing this goal alone is not going to get them far. The Packers have set their sights on something unknown to you --- an NFL Championship.
Fat Chance
Maybe they should try to do better than 6-10 then.
The hackers have more problems than just the defense, their O-line is sucking wind as well and Driver is near a walking cane.
The Dt you picked up was made much better by the other DT Ron Brace that New England picked. New England had Brace rated ahead of that slug Radji too. Now he'll just run around in circles, and fit right into TT's circle jerk.
I will give TT credit, he didn't parlay all his high draft picks into more lesser picks like usual. Maybe Alfred E. Neuman overruled the penny pincher.
No matter
Duke it out with Detroit for the dregs.
eric

Chili, WI

#9 Apr 26, 2009
well when your first round pick fails a test for the hippy lettuce your qb again has no one to throw to.
jeremy

Barney, ND

#10 Apr 26, 2009
GBPfan wrote:
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The Packers aren't drafting just to stop AP. They are drafting to stop running backs throughout the league. Hopefully, they have taken some good steps toward that goal. Someone needs to explain the game of football to you Queeny fans. Yes, the Packers want to beat the Viqueens, but accomplishing this goal alone is not going to get them far. The Packers have set their sights on something unknown to you --- an NFL Championship.
ha ha! nice comeback
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#11 Apr 26, 2009
40for60 wrote:
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Fat Chance
Maybe they should try to do better than 6-10 then.
The hackers have more problems than just the defense, their O-line is sucking wind as well and Driver is near a walking cane.
The Dt you picked up was made much better by the other DT Ron Brace that New England picked. New England had Brace rated ahead of that slug Radji too. Now he'll just run around in circles, and fit right into TT's circle jerk.
I will give TT credit, he didn't parlay all his high draft picks into more lesser picks like usual. Maybe Alfred E. Neuman overruled the penny pincher.
No matter
Duke it out with Detroit for the dregs.
Personally, I have little faith in Ted Thompson. And, of course, you have me at a disadvantage. When it comes to losing and failure I must defer to the superior knowledge and experience that Viqueen fans have regarding these matters. You're the expert.
Yowsers

Eau Claire, WI

#12 Apr 26, 2009
Great. The Vikings got a WR. Now who is going to throw to him? Are they going to cross train AP as a Qb? Maybe I should be 'fraid that the Viqueens may extend their winning streak against the Pack to 2?.
40for60

Duluth, MN

#13 Apr 26, 2009
GBPfan wrote:
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Personally, I have little faith in Ted Thompson. And, of course, you have me at a disadvantage. When it comes to losing and failure I must defer to the superior knowledge and experience that Viqueen fans have regarding these matters. You're the expert.
Like usual, pucker fans live in the past.
Let's deal with the present, shall we?
10-6 for us loser Vikings and 6-10 for that stalwart program in third world sconny.
The only disadvantage you have is that, well, you're disadvantaged. Keep blowing that 6-10 horn, after another year similar to last, it will start sounding exactly like that song deja vu.
40for60

Duluth, MN

#14 Apr 26, 2009
Yowsers wrote:
Great. The Vikings got a WR. Now who is going to throw to him? Are they going to cross train AP as a Qb? Maybe I should be 'fraid that the Viqueens may extend their winning streak against the Pack to 2?.
You should be 'fraid that the authorities might show up and condemn that skunky trailer you live in.
The slackers are awash in mediocrity, but keep believing in the ghost, it's all the comfort we will afford you.
As they say, how do you save a cheddar head from drowning?
Take your foot off his throat.
40for60

Duluth, MN

#18 Apr 26, 2009
CT Viking Fan wrote:
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Two things come to mind when reading your post:
1. If Herm were a car, he would be a 73' Ford Pinto.
2. If you know the theme from "Love Boat", your colon has been invaded more times than Belgium.
LOLOLOL. You gotta stop CT, you're killing me here.

“Go Pack Go”

Since: Jun 07

Stevens Point, Wisconsin

#19 Apr 26, 2009
40for60 wrote:
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LOL, touchy are we?
Internet reports are that you are hung like a stud field mouse.
You and your boyfriend marry yet?
He might be jealous of your admission of sex with hacker guys dressed up as Vikings.
I don't know 40, during your little foray into the Packer forum, you might have bitten off more than you can chew, no pun intended.
jeremy

Barney, ND

#20 Apr 26, 2009
40for60 wrote:
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LOLOLOL. You gotta stop CT, you're killing me here.
I wonder what the name of the vikings will be when they get sold and sent out to Los Angeles, what a sad sad organization, keep cheering these losers on because they will be no longer here before you know it. Maybe they'll call them the Los Angeles Yellow Pig Tails. What a Gay Team.
40for60

Duluth, MN

#22 Apr 26, 2009
jeremy wrote:
<quoted text>I wonder what the name of the vikings will be when they get sold and sent out to Los Angeles, what a sad sad organization, keep cheering these losers on because they will be no longer here before you know it. Maybe they'll call them the Los Angeles Yellow Pig Tails. What a Gay Team.
You were top of your class, no?
I smell a repeat for the Vikes.
Henderson back in the middle, another year under the belt of Jared, a new weapon to play with on offense. They rested Clifton before the opener last year, just to save his strength for Allen. He won't be afforded the luxury this year, and ShAaron will feel the difference.
Move out of the way kid, you'll get trampled around here.
Max

River Falls, WI

#24 Apr 26, 2009
40for60 wrote:
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You were top of your class, no?
I smell a repeat for the Vikes.
Henderson back in the middle, another year under the belt of Jared, a new weapon to play with on offense. They rested Clifton before the opener last year, just to save his strength for Allen. He won't be afforded the luxury this year, and ShAaron will feel the difference.
Move out of the way kid, you'll get trampled around here.
Repeat... getting there asses kicked in the wild card game!!
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#25 Apr 26, 2009
40for60 wrote:
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I run from no one
I'm 10-6
No wonder you run from no one. Damn you're tall. But we Packer fans are 12-0. 12 NFL Championships to the Viqueens zero!
40for60

Duluth, MN

#26 Apr 26, 2009
The old stand-by sounds a little hollow after that Six and Ten.
The win streak stands at one, my favor.
40for60

Duluth, MN

#27 Apr 26, 2009
Max wrote:
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Repeat... getting there asses kicked in the wild card game!!
That sounds hollow as well, coming from 4th and 26.

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