Rodgers throws 3 TDs, Packers outlast Saints in 42-34 opening night win

Sep 8, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: 680News

A Super Bowl hangover and the NFL lockout weren't about to slow down Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.

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“Blue collar in paradise”

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#21
Sep 9, 2011
 
The Packers are clearly the team to beat. So much depth and talent on offense. Rogers can read the paper and throw touchdowns at the same time. Plus new talent that's also scary good.

Hey though, us Vike fans have the Eagles retread to look forward to, who was never worth a nosepick in his prime.

The Pack's weakness is their defense. The Pack fans will no doubt wail and moan, but they are exploitable, and also unsportsmanlike. Remember the punch thrown? Unbecoming of Superbowl champs.

Hey, in ten years can we have Rogers?

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#22
Sep 9, 2011
 
Hey you freakin mopes than no doubt want to defend the Pack's "Goal line Stand"

You got lucky. That's what it was. A bunch of fat guys standing there waiting to embrace the RB.

The Saint's coach was an idiot for not calling a play action pass.

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

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Sep 9, 2011
 
eric_113 wrote:
Hey you freakin mopes than no doubt want to defend the Pack's "Goal line Stand"
You got lucky. That's what it was. A bunch of fat guys standing there waiting to embrace the RB.
The Saint's coach was an idiot for not calling a play action pass.
Luck? If an offense can't make a yard, especially when the game is on the line, they don't deserve to win.
eric

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Sep 9, 2011
 

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Not to mention they stopped N.O. on 4th and less then a yard on 2 different occasions and on the first one,stopped them,then drove 93 yards for a TD.
Jeremy

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Sep 10, 2011
 
eric_113 wrote:
The Packers are clearly the team to beat. So much depth and talent on offense. Rogers can read the paper and throw touchdowns at the same time. Plus new talent that's also scary good.
Hey though, us Vike fans have the Eagles retread to look forward to, who was never worth a nosepick in his prime.
The Pack's weakness is their defense. The Pack fans will no doubt wail and moan, but they are exploitable, and also unsportsmanlike. Remember the punch thrown? Unbecoming of Superbowl champs.
Hey, in ten years can we have Rogers?
I agree about the punch thrown, very unlike Woodson to do that, I was extremely disappointed. As far as the Defense, well i expect Brees and company will be doing that to other defenses on a regular basis. GB made the key stops when they had to, that's what counts. I think the race in the North will be the best one, ALL the teams are talented and its back to the old fashioned Black and Blue division again! All four D lines lines are stout, looks like Minnesota drafted a nice D tackle, lookin good so far.
GBPmies

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eric_113 wrote:
Hey you freakin mopes than no doubt want to defend the Pack's "Goal line Stand"
You got lucky. That's what it was. A bunch of fat guys standing there waiting to embrace the RB.
The Saint's coach was an idiot for not calling a play action pass.
Mopes? Freakin mopes? To the fans of the Super Bowl Champs? Who just won thier first game? Why would you call them mopes? I could see using the word mopes for Viking fans, or the Lions fans a couple years back, but to Packer fans? Why would they be mopes, The pundits are talking dynasty here.

Letís say Brees does go play action-
1 they still have to score
2 they still need get the 2pt conversion after they score
3 they still need to beat the Pack in OT.

Lucky you say? You sound like a FREAKIN MOPE who needs to deal with the fact the Packers are still a very dangerous team! MOPE :)
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Sep 10, 2011
 
Brett Favre was always one to beat off to his own drum.
He found it very handy to be ambidextrous.

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