Favre Hurt In Packers Loss To Cowboys

Favre Hurt In Packers Loss To Cowboys

There are 121 comments on the KPTV Beaverton story from Nov 30, 2007, titled Favre Hurt In Packers Loss To Cowboys. In it, KPTV Beaverton reports that:

The Dallas Cowboys have control of the NFC following a 37-27 triumph over the Green Bay Packers. via KPTV Beaverton

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Evan D

United States

#1 Nov 30, 2007
I am really suprised that no one has commented on this yet. Anyway, I think you should look at the glass half full in this case. If you look at the way Rodgers performed, it may not have been a perfect performance, but at least this shows Greenbay that they have a QB they can go to when Brett Favre does retire (If Rodgers doesn't retire before Brett). All in all, even if Brett's out for the regular season, Rodgers can step to the plate and show Greenbay how much he wants the job
eric

Janesville, WI

#2 Nov 30, 2007
Rodgers is more than capable.The question is how long will Favre stay and will Rodgers wait t be the starter? of if Rogdgers starts out playing the legend,will the Pack go to the youth.
J W Smooth

Wallaceton, PA

#3 Nov 30, 2007
I watched TV most of the morning and all the shows wanted to talk about was Favre. At no time did they want to give the Cowboys any credit for giving the Packers an old fashion butt kickin. By no means do I root for Dallas but if and when these teams meet down the road it going to be worse than 10 points. Green Bay was lucky to have that close. The want to give Favre too much credit for the year they are having. Green Bay is like the Steelers they don`t play any body and when they do they fold up like a lawn chair.
BlackTar

United States

#4 Nov 30, 2007
J W Smooth wrote:
I watched TV most of the morning and all the shows wanted to talk about was Favre. At no time did they want to give the Cowboys any credit for giving the Packers an old fashion butt kickin. By no means do I root for Dallas but if and when these teams meet down the road it going to be worse than 10 points. Green Bay was lucky to have that close. The want to give Favre too much credit for the year they are having. Green Bay is like the Steelers they don`t play any body and when they do they fold up like a lawn chair.
so from your expert opnion we played one team that was good had a rough 20mins and we fold. your logic doesnt make any sense. and to let you know a 10 point lead with 7 of it being scored int he last 1min does not equal a butt whooping it equals a good game.
BlackTar

United States

#5 Nov 30, 2007
who knows if they would have scored without the bad PI call.
BlackTar

United States

#6 Nov 30, 2007
dallas on 4 drives were led ddwn the field by packer penaltys and alot of those came on plays that got nowhere for the cowboys. be informed please.
DjD

Amarillo, TX

#7 Nov 30, 2007
BlackTar wrote:
dallas on 4 drives were led ddwn the field by packer penaltys and alot of those came on plays that got nowhere for the cowboys. be informed please.
The only way they could keep the Cowboys from scoring was to trip them up while they were running past them to catch the ball. They were good penalties that were necessary to stop the long pass from being completed. The team knew they would get sympathy from the fans to pull the poor officaiting card.
kaka

United States

#8 Nov 30, 2007
omg...freee RINGTONES at imaspammer.com
John

United States

#9 Nov 30, 2007
butt whoppin? it WASNT that at all. it was a good game. i wonder how it would have turned out it Brett Favre woulndt have gotten hurt. lets just c if they meet, which they should, in the NFC Championship game. GO PACKERS!!!!
Old Bars Man

United States

#10 Nov 30, 2007
Brett Farve, first hurt the Packers with his stupid (I will win this one in Texas Stadium by myself) actions and then he got hurt by the Cowboys. Farve reverted back to the stupid throw into double and triple coverage that has plagued him for the past few years. The best thing to come out of this game for the Packers is the fact that they have a young capable QB who deserves to get playing time. Brett, next year consider retirement before they have to bench you so that the team can grow. You are not part of long term Packer plans, so do yourself a favor and start your jean gig full time next year.
David Franklin

Madera, CA

#11 Nov 30, 2007
I can't believe they lost
BlackTar

United States

#12 Nov 30, 2007
DjD wrote:
<quoted text>
The only way they could keep the Cowboys from scoring was to trip them up while they were running past them to catch the ball. They were good penalties that were necessary to stop the long pass from being completed. The team knew they would get sympathy from the fans to pull the poor officaiting card.
the last PI was wrong yo uknow it the entire sporting community knows it except cowboy fans.

thats what is so funny you guys won good job. I said it before the better team won last night. but you guys did no butt whooping and dominated nothing i repet again your staring off. was 3 points ahead our back up def. that is not domination
BlackTar

United States

#13 Nov 30, 2007
so it excuses that our Def. was completly injured in our strong spots. but its not and excuse why Aaron tore up your def. becaseu you didnt know what he was gonna do. Hmm Double standard. of course
Mike s

Florence, AL

#14 Nov 30, 2007
Early on it looked like it might get out of hand, but the pack fought back and made it interesting. With the injuries and horrible officiating (harris strip, p.i. call, the spot gb got on last drive when they settled for a fg, and the owens catch that gb challenged and got reversed) I am confident that if they do meet up again gb can get a W. They just have to stick with whats been working for them, no stupid 50yd passes one after another.
kdGGbob

Green Bay, WI

#15 Nov 30, 2007
The Packers basically threw the game.

MM himself said they didn't want to put Woodson & KGB at any further health risk when they know they will need them further down the line. So there goes some pass rush and coverage. That Dallas receiver that didn't get any receptions in the first half had like 5 in the 2nd and that other guy who had no receptions but 2 pass interference calls against Gb for his team.

I'm not going to go as far as to say Favre faked an injury. I doubt that.
But things look good for a rematch.
If the Packers get healthy.
I know, I know, a good team will have the depth to compensate for injury losses.
The Packers obviously don't.

Chances are still good for a bye in week one.
JPW

United States

#16 Nov 30, 2007
WHY DID BRETT FAVRE HAVE 2 GET HURT? HIS LINE WASN`T COVERING HIM GOOD ENOUGH.THATS WHY HE KEPT GETTING HURT.
Ralph

United States

#17 Nov 30, 2007
J W Smooth wrote:
I watched TV most of the morning and all the shows wanted to talk about was Favre. At no time did they want to give the Cowboys any credit for giving the Packers an old fashion butt kickin. By no means do I root for Dallas but if and when these teams meet down the road it going to be worse than 10 points. Green Bay was lucky to have that close. The want to give Favre too much credit for the year they are having. Green Bay is like the Steelers they don`t play any body and when they do they fold up like a lawn chair.
Well JW, I am not sure if you watched the game last night but to me it seemed the announcers were pretty one sided. I mean that was probably the worst lamest announcing I have ever heard. As far as talking about the Pack, well of course! The NFL Ironman went down, so you have to cover it. They sure didn't want to talk about that game, because anyone watching it would know that the play calling was pretty poor. But if they do meet again, that is if Dallas can make it that far in the playoffs. haha Then I guarentee you will see the good old Pack out on the field. No Woodson, no KGB, injured players on the o-line that were playing. The Cowboys did win, congrats to them, but they know it was a gift!
SoJo

Green Bay, WI

#18 Nov 30, 2007
JPW wrote:
WHY DID BRETT FAVRE HAVE 2 GET HURT? HIS LINE WASN`T COVERING HIM GOOD ENOUGH.THATS WHY HE KEPT GETTING HURT.
It's ok, it's only a game. Only.
Time will heal that rift in your heart.
Better to not place so much emotion into something
out of your control.
Unless you did something foolish like bet a large sum of money on it.
LOL

San Lorenzo, CA

#19 Nov 30, 2007
BlackTar wrote:
who knows if they would have scored without the bad PI call.
I completely agree. This has been mentioned around the area by sports comentators. There's some that are big cowboy fans that even admit it. Others just say "Oh well we won that's all that matters." I hope they get different refs if both these teams meet again. Then we will see if the boyz really got what they say they have.

BTW, this game would of been alot more interesting if it had been broadcast in a complete different network. The NFL network really sucks. Thank God they showed the game in one of the local channels here. I would never pay for the NFL network, it's just not worth it.
Cowboys79

Des Moines, IA

#20 Dec 1, 2007
BlackTar wrote:
<quoted text>the last PI was wrong yo uknow it the entire sporting community knows it except cowboy fans.
thats what is so funny you guys won good job. I said it before the better team won last night. but you guys did no butt whooping and dominated nothing i repet again your staring off. was 3 points ahead our back up def. that is not domination
Did you watch this game and if so was it the same game I watched? I am a die hard Dallas fan and will be the first to admit that the pi call was a bad one. But the Packers are not in the same league as the Cowboys!! We did slack off after Brett got hurt and the score really should have been much worse than it was. We are the best team in the NFC and if we meet in the play offs I hope your whole team is healthy because we will beat you again then you won't have anything to say!! By the way I like Brett Farve but he is old and very over rated this season!

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