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Favre concerned 10-1 Packers may be too 'loose'

There are 55 comments on the The Morning Call story from Nov 26, 2007, titled Favre concerned 10-1 Packers may be too 'loose'. In it, The Morning Call reports that:

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Since: Dec 06

Georgetown, Texas

#41 Nov 28, 2007
WHAT wrote:
LOL You have the NYG in twice and you are missing ...the 11-0 Patriots...LOL you are a CLOWN...an A S S HAT<quoted text>
LOL a s s hat LOL good one LOL

“Go Pack Go”

Since: Jun 07

Stevens Point, Wisconsin

#42 Nov 28, 2007
WHAT wrote:
LOL You have the NYG in twice and you are missing ...the 11-0 Patriots...LOL you are a CLOWN...an A S S HAT<quoted text>
Hey nameless, you lose again, you played the NYG's twice you idiot. AND if you read my post, I was referring to the team we both beat, not the ones you lost to. Get a clue before you post you fool. Can't you come up with anything right?

Since: Dec 06

Georgetown, Texas

#43 Nov 28, 2007
Offically we beat two teams with a winning record, that would be the Giants twice. And the combined record of their opponets were 47/63 so manipulating the stats to make it look like the Cowboys are cream puffs won't help the packers. They are 10-1 and the packers are 10-1 and at least they can beat the bears unlike the packers.

Since: Dec 06

Georgetown, Texas

#44 Nov 28, 2007
Tight ends have gashed the Packers' linebackers and safeties.

San Diego's Antonio Gates caught 11 passes for 113 yards on Sept. 23. Chicago's Greg Olsen and Desmond Clark teamed for seven catches, 119 yards and two touchdowns on Oct. 7. The next week, Washington's Chris Cooley had nine catches for 105 yards and a touchdown. And on Nov. 4, Kansas City's Tony Gonzalez caught 10 passes for 109 yards and a touchdown.

Say hello to Jason Witten boys!
BlackTar

United States

#45 Nov 28, 2007
ive never heard someone brag about there power from a loss. i just dont get it your bragging that your better becasue you lost to the patriots and we lost to the bears.

you dont brag about losses no matter if god himself beat you.

if you lost then you lost you can get nothing to use as ammo esp. when you lost convincinly

Since: Dec 06

Georgetown, Texas

#46 Nov 28, 2007
Oh my the Bears loss is still stinging you I see. Who bragged about loosing to the patriots?

The Cowboys are not better then the packers because they lost to the patriots they are better simply because they have a better team.
BlackTar

United States

#47 Nov 28, 2007
wheres is your better team at. name a spefic player that is better. So is TO better then DD or GJ. he may be individualy better but our WR corp. far out weighs yours. DEF. just look at our squad CB nop LB's Nope DL Nope who. your safetys that are a liabilty?

Off.

QB nope RB maybe not since we got one though . Your OL maybe better thats about it. Im not sure how you can switch from talking normal to acting like a child so quick

Since: Dec 06

Georgetown, Texas

#48 Nov 29, 2007
BlackTar wrote:
wheres is your better team at. name a spefic player that is better. So is TO better then DD or GJ. he may be individualy better but our WR corp. far out weighs yours. DEF. just look at our squad CB nop LB's Nope DL Nope who. your safetys that are a liabilty?
Off.
QB nope RB maybe not since we got one though . Your OL maybe better thats about it. Im not sure how you can switch from talking normal to acting like a child so quick
My wife often wonders the same thing about me LOL. Dallas doesn't run fiver WR's out on the field every other play so if having numbers out there makes you better in that area fine but TO, Crayton, and Hurd will tear up a D. We have better linebackers with Ware, Ellis and James. The weak spot is Williams in coverage but they are addresing that. Our running game is better and TE's are way better. I only give you an edge on QB due to experiance. Corners well that one I give a tie. So it will be a great game and it may come down to special teams and penalties, that may not be good for D. But they keep those things in check they will cruise to a victory.
Pat S

AOL

#49 Nov 29, 2007
Teams compared

Coaching - advantage Green Bay
Crowd - advantage Dallas

QB - advantage Dallas
RBs - advantage Dallas
WRs/TEs - tied
OL - advantage Green Bay

DL - advantage Green Bay
LBs - advantage Dallas
DBs - advantage Green Bay

ST - tied

If Green Bay's offensive line continues to dominate, Grant runs effectively, Favre does not make any bone-head plays and Green Bay's defense as a whole holds the high-powered Dallas offense to under 24 points, GREEN BAY WILL WIN.

If Green Bay's offensive game plan does not operate at greater than 90% efficiency and the Packers must depend of Favre, Dallas will run away with the game.

Basically, Green Bay must play pefect football to win this one (on both sides of the ball), but they have all year with the exception of the Chicago loss.
Southen chezhead

Canton, GA

#50 Nov 29, 2007
Max PACK Fan wrote:
These Packers have to finish games by not letting up on the opponent. Detroit's fourth quarter scoring showed the Packers were over confident at that point, just as they were in the Bears game they lost.
The team is young enough to play every minute as if it is their final minute to win, ie: all out all the time.
I glad to see I'm not the only one whos seen this. It seems when they get up 28+ pionts the big D goes to sleep. Dallas will take advantage of this like the Bears did. They need to play every down like its thier last. Teams have more yards in the 2nd half than the 1st. But you know what? I'm still loving this year.

Since: Dec 06

Georgetown, Texas

#51 Nov 29, 2007
I can live with everything but WR/TE tied - Witten is da man! I also think at best OL is a tie, Romo has only been sacked like 16 and Favre 14 times.

That is the key holding Dallas to less then 24, nobody has done it.

Grant has a a couple good games The Packers took a while to find an adequate starting running back, however even though they seemingly have found their man in Ryan Grant. Since first starting in Week 9, Grant is averaging 90 yards per game on 4.6 yards a carry. However, three of the four teams he's faced - the Chiefs, Panthers, and Lions - allow more rushing yards per game (109, 112.3, and 95.8, respectively) than Grant averages. The boys are are giving up 82 yards rushing a game. Grant may have a couple big plays but he will be a non factor.

“Go Pack Go”

Since: Jun 07

Stevens Point, Wisconsin

#52 Nov 29, 2007
Southen chezhead wrote:
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I glad to see I'm not the only one whos seen this. It seems when they get up 28+ pionts the big D goes to sleep. Dallas will take advantage of this like the Bears did. They need to play every down like its thier last. Teams have more yards in the 2nd half than the 1st. But you know what? I'm still loving this year.
You have to remember, and I posted this somewhere else, that Woodson, Rouse, and KGB did not play the 4th Quarter due to injuries, so I believe the two TD's scored by the Lions where against Bush and Williams trying to get up to speed. But that is a good thing, they both got some live action which should help tonight if they are thrown in again. Man this season is great. I hope we see the "A" game from all our players tonight.

Since: Dec 06

Georgetown, Texas

#54 Nov 30, 2007
37-27 good game!

Since: Dec 06

Georgetown, Texas

#55 Nov 30, 2007
I didn't think any of you guys would show up today.
ROMO IS A GIRL

Upper Falls, MD

#56 Nov 30, 2007
The Packers DID show up with their A Game !!! Too bad it wasn't enough...
Proball5 wrote:
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You have to remember, and I posted this somewhere else, that Woodson, Rouse, and KGB did not play the 4th Quarter due to injuries, so I believe the two TD's scored by the Lions where against Bush and Williams trying to get up to speed. But that is a good thing, they both got some live action which should help tonight if they are thrown in again. Man this season is great. I hope we see the "A" game from all our players tonight.

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