If Favre really retires, Packers in l...

If Favre really retires, Packers in line to become NFC North favorites

There are 45 comments on the Fox6 story from Aug 3, 2010, titled If Favre really retires, Packers in line to become NFC North favorites. In it, Fox6 reports that:

GREEN BAY, Wis. - Brett Favre's former teammates have greeted the latest twist in the MVP quarterback's long-running retirement saga with a collective shoulder shrug.

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BILL

Cudahy, WI

#43 Aug 19, 2010
cletis mcHenry wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, william, rotgers is better, better at holding the ball to long and getting sacked.
The 3 time MVP also had a higher QB rateing also.
Farve will once again come to lamehole field to dissamate and destroy your team of ungratefull wantabees.
The angel has spoken.
That is all.
I bet the packers have a better record then your viqueens this year
DEWY

Marshfield, WI

#44 Aug 20, 2010
There is a good article on Pro football weekly. They picked our Packers to win the super bowl. But after they spent two days in GB and seen the D last week it sounds like they want to back off on that. And they got an answer from a Packer insider you guys (and myself didnt) wont like.
eric

Denmark, WI

#45 Aug 20, 2010
ill have to look that up, thanks DEWY>..

They just showed a plane that landed upside down and the door was open,so im assuming the pilot walk away,banged up but no seriously hurt!
I know its a change of subject,but, that amazing!
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#46 Aug 20, 2010
DEWY wrote:
There is a good article on Pro football weekly. They picked our Packers to win the super bowl. But after they spent two days in GB and seen the D last week it sounds like they want to back off on that. And they got an answer from a Packer insider you guys (and myself didnt) wont like.
You know and I know what the Packers need to do to accomplish some of their goals this season. There is no reason to expect that the offense won't be among the league's best. The concerns about the special teams and defense are legit. The Packers are relying on the development of young, mostly inexperienced players. They also need some injury prone players to stay healthy and contribute this season. I'm not shocked that some people are raising these issues or that the D and ST don't look great yet, but it's very early. As last year proved, a team has more than just the preseason to improve. Despite my concern with the philosophy being employed, I am certain of one thing. The team (and not the prognosticators) will determine the Packers fate. GO PACK GO!
news release

Brooksville, FL

#47 Aug 20, 2010
All the film footage shows Favre just standing there at practice and farting around.

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