Aaron Rodgers Leads Nine Packers in Pro Bowl Fan Voting

Dec 22, 2011 Full story: Rant Sports 18

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers leads all NFL players in the 2012 Pro Bowl voting with 1,581,982 votes.

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GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#1 Dec 22, 2011
This is a testiment to the Packers having the greatest and most supportive fans in the NFL! It makes me feel sorry for other teams.

“Nice Ring eh?”

Since: Jan 11

Baton Rouge. La

#2 Dec 25, 2011
Ya da ya da ya da Go away.

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eric

Marshfield, WI

#3 Dec 25, 2011
He is having an unbelievable season for sure.
FUNNY

Marshfield, WI

#4 Dec 26, 2011
Good one .Now that its the packers getting votes its great (The pro bowl and talk of MVP). But other years to the packer fans it was just a popularity contest. Again they want it both ways bad for others but great for the packers.

“Nice Ring eh?”

Since: Jan 11

Baton Rouge. La

#5 Dec 26, 2011
Breaking team records mean zip. Watch tonight and be amazed as league history is being made.

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GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#6 Dec 26, 2011
Who_Dat_Charlie wrote:
Breaking team records mean zip. Watch tonight and be amazed as league history is being made.
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If Brees breaks the record and Rodgers is named MVP are you going to cry?

“Nice Ring eh?”

Since: Jan 11

Baton Rouge. La

#7 Dec 26, 2011
GBPfan wrote:
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If Brees breaks the record and Rodgers is named MVP are you going to cry?
Saints and Brees has been there before in 2009. So no crying down here. Just planning on "Smackin the Pack". Watch ESPN tonight..... you will get to see a REAL quarterback.

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BTW Even Atlanta thinks they can "Smack the Pack" Go to ajc.com and see.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#8 Dec 26, 2011
Who_Dat_Charlie wrote:
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Saints and Brees has been there before in 2009. So no crying down here. Just planning on "Smackin the Pack". Watch ESPN tonight..... you will get to see a REAL quarterback.
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BTW Even Atlanta thinks they can "Smack the Pack" Go to ajc.com and see.
I'm watching the game of course. I want the Saints to win and look forward to Brees playing well. I've got Kasay as my fantasy league kicker and my opponent has Turner for his RB. Naturally I want the Saints to win big.

The Falcons thought they could smack the Packers last season when they got to host the Packers at home. This year the Falcons are another one of those bad road teams. I can only hope they have to travel to Lambeau Field also. Falcons followed by the Saints is my dream playoff scenario.

“Nice Ring eh?”

Since: Jan 11

Baton Rouge. La

#9 Dec 26, 2011
GBPfan wrote:
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I'm watching the game of course. I want the Saints to win and look forward to Brees playing well. I've got Kasay as my fantasy league kicker and my opponent has Turner for his RB. Naturally I want the Saints to win big.
The Falcons thought they could smack the Packers last season when they got to host the Packers at home. This year the Falcons are another one of those bad road teams. I can only hope they have to travel to Lambeau Field also. Falcons followed by the Saints is my dream playoff scenario.
Damn....,.. That Brees guy is good!

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GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#10 Dec 27, 2011
Who_Dat_Charlie wrote:
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Damn....,.. That Brees guy is good!
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Yeah, but as I said, the Falcons suck on the road just like the Saints. What about that Kasay guy? I won my fantasy matchup because of that dude! The Falcons and Saints are giving me everything I want.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#11 Dec 27, 2011
The New Orleans Saints are averaging 45 points a game this season WHEN THEY ARE INDOORS. The problem for the Saints is that they most likely will have only one game indoors this postseason.
They are averaging under 26 points when they are forced to play outdoors. That is a 19-point difference, and that is in places like Tampa Bay, Carolina, Jacksonville and Nashville. Imagine the Saints playing in Green Bay in January! GO SAINTS!

“Nice Ring eh?”

Since: Jan 11

Baton Rouge. La

#12 Dec 27, 2011
GBPfan wrote:
The New Orleans Saints are averaging 45 points a game this season WHEN THEY ARE INDOORS. The problem for the Saints is that they most likely will have only one game indoors this postseason.
They are averaging under 26 points when they are forced to play outdoors. That is a 19-point difference, and that is in places like Tampa Bay, Carolina, Jacksonville and Nashville. Imagine the Saints playing in Green Bay in January! GO SAINTS!
Who says the Pack will make it to the NFCC game? You've got to win 'em first before you anoint the Pack Champs.

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Indoors

Katy, TX

#13 Dec 27, 2011
GBPfan wrote:
The New Orleans Saints are averaging 45 points a game this season WHEN THEY ARE INDOORS. The problem for the Saints is that they most likely will have only one game indoors this postseason.
They are averaging under 26 points when they are forced to play outdoors. That is a 19-point difference, and that is in places like Tampa Bay, Carolina, Jacksonville and Nashville. Imagine the Saints playing in Green Bay in January! GO SAINTS!
Who says the Saints will make it to the NFCC game...You've got to win 'em first before anointing the Saints Champs...
Saints Fan from Green Bay

Florence, SC

#14 Dec 27, 2011
Drew Brees is way better than Aaron Rod.
Saints Fan from Green Bay

Katy, TX

#15 Dec 27, 2011
Brees does choke more....
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#16 Dec 28, 2011
Saints Fan from Green Bay wrote:
Drew Brees is way better than Aaron Rod.
And yet Aaron Rodgers is the QB with the current Super Bowl ring, 14 wins, leads in Pro Bowl voting and was named Athlete of the Year. Damn, it just isn't fair. Life sure is cruel to Drew Brees. The only reasonable explanation is that Aaron Rodgers has a much better TEAM surrounding him. Too bad Drew plays with the sucky Saints.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#17 Jan 2, 2012
GBPfan wrote:
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And yet Aaron Rodgers is the QB with the current Super Bowl ring, 14 wins, leads in Pro Bowl voting and was named Athlete of the Year. Damn, it just isn't fair. Life sure is cruel to Drew Brees. The only reasonable explanation is that Aaron Rodgers has a much better TEAM surrounding him. Too bad Drew plays with the sucky Saints.
Wow. What are you? Some kind of Nostradamus? Even the backup players with the backup QB look like they can repeat as NFL Champions. Too bad for the jealous whiny fans from other teams. They were hoping Aaron would get injured. They said the Packers would be nothing without him. What will they hope for now?
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#18 Jan 2, 2012
Why didn't Jordy Nelson make the Pro Bowl team?

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