All is calm, for now, in land of Packers

All is calm, for now, in land of Packers

There are 46 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from May 15, 2007, titled All is calm, for now, in land of Packers. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Brett Favre acknowledged his anger over the team's unwillingness to pull off a trade for wide receiver Randy Moss, but denied Monday he ever really wanted the Green Bay Packers to trade him.

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eric

Arpin, WI

#41 May 25, 2007
I have been studing Medical Billing,Coding ect so I dont need History although I too am a History Buff.The learning never ends does it? and yes Ill be studing on and off this summer tring to get a jump on next semester.
I was never into school,but if I want to work I have no choice,,,,but its ok,im doing it and its not as bad as H.S..The inlaws are coming out for my sons HS graduation,,and for Memorial weekend ,so ill be running around abit,,cooking brats,burgers and hot dogs( so much for my diet) Have a great weekend and Holiday!!!! pal
rick

AOL

#42 May 25, 2007
Your awesome.

I would love to share a brat with you, in fact with all our our fellow posters, and of course a beer or two!!!

You guys are the best. Fans supreme.

No names becuase I will miss someone but what a great board we have!

God bless all.

Rick
lambeau36leaper

Watervliet, NY

#43 May 25, 2007
Noblesville Knights is well known in his hometown for MOLESTING little BOYS.....I have a SUPER COMPUTER WITH ALL THE FRILLS AND after tracking him down, checking his personal info, I CAN tell you, he's a full blown 4 ALARM CHILD MOLESTER...I'm thinking he posted his comments from the NEVERLAND CHICKEN RANCH where young men and boys are wanted for free drinks and sleep overs!
lambeau36leaper

Watervliet, NY

#44 May 25, 2007
Noblesville Knights wrote:
Brett Farve is done! He should have retired 5 years ago...Over-rated, Over-arrogant, and Over his time in the NFL...Stop crying and do like others the game has passed by: QUIT AND GO BACK TO MISSISSIPPI AND SLOP PIGS....
Green Bay will not have another winning team as long as Farve is there.....
Noblesville Knights is well known in his hometown for MOLESTING little BOYS.....I have a SUPER COMPUTER WITH ALL THE FRILLS AND after tracking him down, checking his personal info, I CAN tell you, he's a full blown 4 ALARM CHILD MOLESTER...I'm thinking he posted his comments from the NEVERLAND CHICKEN RANCH where young men and boys are wanted for free drinks and sleep overs!

“sorry we're out of cheese”

Since: Feb 07

jacksonville beach, FL

#45 May 26, 2007
being brett was so upset about not getting moss signed, he must not see much hope for the receiving corpse that they do have. he obviously sees that they need some major help to take the load off of driver. like it was stated above - im sure it wasnt just about not getting moss, it was more along the lines of not getting anybody. and it was quite blown out of proportion - i thought he kept control pretty well. you could tell there were a lot of things he WANTED to say but didnt.
Tommyboy

United States

#46 May 26, 2007
Those are all great questions Eric. In my humble opinion, a 4-12 or a similar record gets folks fired. A season like that would show pretty clearly that the guys in charge did a poor job assessing players in the draft and failed to fill critical holes by passing on talent through free agency and trades. A high standard must be set. I do want it clearly said though, that I don't believe the Packers are a 4-12 team. I think, at best, they are okay... average. The defense is a strong point but their pass defense still needs to improve. This team has a long, long way to go across the board. As you know, I had a funny hunch Thompson would draft defense in the first round this year. I also, last year stated, that I didn't think the D-line had the depth needed to compete--which caused many critics here to say some nasty things about me. But I got to tell you, to draft an oft injured D-lineman in the first round raised my eyebrow so high I needed assistance getting it back to the normal positioning! Other needs should have been addressed. For folks to stay employed, this team should finish the year no worse than 9-7... then Thompson moves up a bit in my mind. But I don't think it will happen.
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Then to push it one step forward Tommyboy,if the pack go to a 4-12 6-10 record, does TT and Coach Mc Carthy both get fired and we then go after Bill Cowher? TT is Bob Harlens guy like Rodgers is TT guy,,,,but,,,question TT in not John Jones:s guy so how long is his leach on TT,,how many losing seasons or 500 seasons will it be before TT is shown the door. Sherman was a good coach but was an awful GM and TT disposed of Shermy pronto when he became GM,,,and Im thinking that may be TT fate if he doesnt produce? any thoughts......

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