GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#61 Oct 26, 2013
Packer hacker wrote:
<quoted text> Really, adults can agree to disagree. It's ok.
I said it was wrong of eric to say; "Cutler sucks,so maybe its a blessing." So we know what MY position is. YOU have yet to take a position. That makes it impossible to determine if we disagree or not. So how could we "agree to disagree" unless I assume that you are disagreeing with me. Is that a safe assumption? Why can't you answer a simple question? ROFLMAO

Seriously though, don't bother with another inane, irrelevant, drama queen reply. It's obvious that you have found yourself in a situation that you can't get out of without looking the fool. It was fun toying with you, but I think anybody reading these comments knows, by now, you are a fool. ROFLMAO
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#62 Oct 26, 2013
Packer hacker wrote:
<quoted text> Blah blah blah blah, nobody is listening to you repeating your BS.
That was a very infantile way of you to say you have no adult response to what I said. In other words, it was exactly what I expected from you.
Packer Backer WichitaKs

Wichita, KS

#63 Oct 28, 2013
Packer hacker wrote:
<quoted text> you can't stop being an ass.
Once again, GBPfan can't let it go. As Eric, I believe, stated, GBPfan is back to his old self again. You may not have been around a few years ago when he kept going on and on about Ted Thompson. So, we have seen this before. GBPfan's ego will not rest until he has the final say on anything. Let's look how thing stand in the NFC North. The Packers are in 1st place followed by a much improved Lions team. The Bears have numerous injuries that could be hard for them to overcome. I would like their chances better if Cutler were healthy. But, their defense is not what it used to be. Their backup QB is descent but can be inconsistent. The Packers also have numerous injuries but I believe their backups do a nice job of filling in. Their offensive line is playing better than expected. The running game is vastly improved. Rodgers said so last night in post game that the improved running game takes pressure off the passing game at the same time creating one on one coverage on the receivers. Rodgers has shown a great deal of patience, so far, with the new young wr's. The Packers defense has improved a lot especially in defending the run. They are also pressuring the QB enough to help the secondary. The Lions are playing well. If Stafford and Megatron get on a roll they could carry the Lions to the division crown. Their defensive line may be the best in the NFL. Minnesota is just a shambles. Until they get the QB situation settled it will continue to be that way. What surprises me is the lousy play of their defense. Green Bay tore them on 3rd and 4th downs last night plus they are giving up a lot of points. Uncharacteristic to say the least. They do have some good young talent. Wonder what they will do before the trade deadline. Trade Allen and Peterson? NFL trades are hard to pull off. A lot of questions for the Vikings. It is shaping up to be a battle between the Lions and Packers for the NFC North with the Bears lurking. It is so important for the Lions and Packers that their QB's stay healthy. Regardless of other injuries that have or may occur for these 2 teams neither can lose their QB.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#64 Oct 28, 2013
Nice try to distract people. But I'm sure anybody paying attention knows you haven't answered hequestion: Do you agee that "Cutler sucks,so maybe its a blessing" that he got injured?
Packer Backer WichitaKs

Wichita, KS

#65 Oct 28, 2013
GBPfan wrote:
Nice try to distract people. But I'm sure anybody paying attention knows you haven't answered hequestion: Do you agee that "Cutler sucks,so maybe its a blessing" that he got injured?
Once again twist it around however you want. With you being the exception, we understood the comment. Again twist my comments around as trying to be a "distraction". What lengths will you go to to always have the last word? Well have it, I simply don't care about how you feel about Cutler's injury or comments made about it. He's injured and the Bears have to deal with it. As far as my "distracting" comments it was simply my opinion of where things are in the NFC North. Why are you even bothering with commenting on it? Because your ego cannot stand not having the last word. I imagine though, that you'll keep beating the Cutler comment like a dead horse until you hear what you want to hear. You are becoming as bad as Ezg/VN and Packluv1.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#66 Oct 28, 2013
Isn't it bad enough that you are an embarrassmet to your team, you community, your family and whatever school system you failed? ou isist on comg back over and over so I can point out repeaedy that you are sidng with the person that said "Cutler sucks,so maybe its a blessing" that he got injured. I'm sorry I disgreed with him. I guess you and eric are right. Why don't you lead the chant?

Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured.
Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured.
Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured.
Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured.

I'm getting used to it. I see why you can't argue with it. I'm sorry, you can't even disagree with it, let alone present an argument. Are all Bear fans as stupid as you? Or have you set a record? ROFLMAO

BTW your team's season is going down the crapper just as I said it would. Too bad the Bears can't beat any good teams. LOL
Packer Backer WichitaKs

Wichita, KS

#67 Oct 29, 2013
GBPfan wrote:
Isn't it bad enough that you are an embarrassmet to your team, you community, your family and whatever school system you failed? ou isist on comg back over and over so I can point out repeaedy that you are sidng with the person that said "Cutler sucks,so maybe its a blessing" that he got injured. I'm sorry I disgreed with him. I guess you and eric are right. Why don't you lead the chant?
Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured.
Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured.
Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured.
Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured.
I'm getting used to it. I see why you can't argue with it. I'm sorry, you can't even disagree with it, let alone present an argument. Are all Bear fans as stupid as you? Or have you set a record? ROFLMAO
BTW your team's season is going down the crapper just as I said it would. Too bad the Bears can't beat any good teams. LOL
Typical response. You think I'm a Bears fan? You are off your rocker! My team, the Packers, are not going down the crapper. I am done with the subject of Cutler getting injured. The simple fact is Cutler got injured and the Bears have to deal with it, period. I don't think the comment "Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured" was made to be as hateful as you are making it. I am pretty sure that was not Eric's intent. But, you go ahead and keep reading into what you want and go ahead and keep bad mouthing me all you want because it makes no difference to me. It shows what kind of person you are. If it makes you feel better, and strokes your ego, keep harping on this. I am done with this topic. I know what was said and you have completely blown it out proportion. Should we expect anything different from you? No.
eric

Monroe, WI

#68 Oct 29, 2013
Nice,you have been a Packer fan for years and he called you a Bears fan.You know is M.O. take shit people say and twist it to fit his agenda and try to stroke his own ego.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#69 Oct 29, 2013
Packer Backer WichitaKs wrote:
<quoted text>Typical response. You think I'm a Bears fan? You are off your rocker! My team, the Packers, are not going down the crapper. I am done with the subject of Cutler getting injured. The simple fact is Cutler got injured and the Bears have to deal with it, period. I don't think the comment "Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured" was made to be as hateful as you are making it. I am pretty sure that was not Eric's intent. But, you go ahead and keep reading into what you want and go ahead and keep bad mouthing me all you want because it makes no difference to me. It shows what kind of person you are. If it makes you feel better, and strokes your ego, keep harping on this. I am done with this topic. I know what was said and you have completely blown it out proportion. Should we expect anything different from you? No.
Sorry. I wasn't paying attention to which drama queen was posting this time. You all sound the same. I never said that the statement "Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured" was made to be hateful. That was never MY point. It is what the drama queens like you keep saying! If you would have ever bothered to read any of the comments you would already know that the ONLY reason I brought it up was in response to eric's comment that I was an ass. I was right about Finley NOT being paralyzed and to say or suggest that he was paralyzed and had a more "important" injury was an overreaction. So eric accused me of being an ass. MY poiunt was that I've always been extremely pro-player safety and sensitive to ALL player injuries and didn't need the lecture from somebody that would say ""Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured" because I NEVER would no matter how I meant it! It was a crappy thing to say right after Cutler got injured no matter the intent. If you can pretend to be an adult and present and argument that I was wrong in some way, I'm more than willing to listen. So go ahead and explain to us all. How was I wrong to take the position that it wasn't cool to say ""Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured"?

All of you frickin drama queens need to grow up. You should be well past the tantrum throwing hissy fits by this point in your lives unless you are prepubescent.
eric

Monroe, WI

#70 Oct 29, 2013
But after twisting my words like an egomaniac and trying to stroke his ego.you made a statement that you cant feel sorry for Finley ( after suffering a spinal cord injury) because hes rehabbing in a Multimillion dollar home and has an excessive contract.
You know exactly what was meant,I admitted i stated it a bit off and everyone ( except you) know or knew what i meant,i do realize you can act like an ignorant,arrogant prick and stroke your ego by bashing PBWK,PackerHacker ect but they knew what was meant and either you missed it when everyone got it,or your just going out of your way.Talk about being well past the tantrum,you are the one beating a dead horse because you cant stand the fact PBWK,P.H. Knew what was meant....
So, are we all not supposed to feel bad for Finley because he has a nice house and is over paid?
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#71 Oct 29, 2013
The bottom line here is simple. The drama queens have been upset that I made two comments: 1) Finley was NOT paralyzed. His injury is no more "important" than any other player injury, and 2) It wasn't right (regardss of intent) to say "Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured" right after Cutler was injured. Despite all of the hissy fits and drama queen theatrics that have been displayed not one person has had any adult response that in any way refutes what I said. I'm more than willing to listen to anybody that wants to show how I was wrong. I'll settle for an ATTEMPT to show I was wrong, since nobody has even tried yet. But the infants can stop embarrassing themselves now.
Packer Backer WichitaKs

Wichita, KS

#72 Oct 29, 2013
eric wrote:
Nice,you have been a Packer fan for years and he called you a Bears fan.You know is M.O. take shit people say and twist it to fit his agenda and try to stroke his own ego.
Couldn't agree more. We know Finley was not paralyzed, thank goodness. But, we are also hearing that his career may be in jeopardy. Not really concerned about that as much as the ability to regain his "normal" life health. I am sure Finley and the Packers will do the right thing. What about our team! The backups are coming around nicely. The offensive line is playing well. Eddie Lacy is as advertised. When he gets going forward he is tough. What surprises me is the run defense, probably where the Packers needed the most improvement. Still a long ways to go but when some of these injured players return our team will be better. In the meantime, they have to keep playing with the same intensity and not take anyone lightly. Give credit to the coaching staff for getting the backups going and give credit to the players stepping in and contributing. Kind of shaping up like 2010 isn't it? The Lions are going to be tough to handle. Thanksgiving Day game could go a long way in determining who wins the division. Always enjoy hearing from you. Us drama queens gotta stick together:-))
eric

Monroe, WI

#73 Oct 29, 2013
Only difference is, I said pray for FInley while he was being carted off the field ( or soon after) and you criticized me for being a Drama queen when NO ONE knew he serious it was...YET, Dr's thought serious enough that he spent a day or 2 in ICU and in the hospital itself until Thursday i believe. NO ONE said his injury is more IMPORTANT ( your taking it as we lost Finley type thing) NO, my point is the INJURY is more serious,YES,a neck injury/spinal Cord IS more serious then a broken thumb or a groin or many other injuries thats just fact. and AS i STATED no one like to see anyone get injured...
YOU STATED, I cant feel bad for Finley because hes rehabbing in a multimillion dollar home and gets paid with an excessive contract..REALLY, he suffered a spinal cord injury which may effect his career but hes a millionaire in a multimillion dollar home so you cant feel sorry for him..By the way,how do you know,he lives in a Multimillion dollar home? Maybe his wife is frugal and they are saving cash as injuries may end careers .Im not saying he does or doesnt but it was very unnecessary,judgmental,arrogan t,clueless and presumptuous to assume he lives in a multimillion dollar home and more then a lack of compassion to not care because of his excessive contract ( according to you) At least we knew Cutler wasnt seriously injured ( injuries happen as you stated many,many times and teams need depth) SO knowing Cutler wasnt seriously injured,Chicago has a chance to try out another qb and maybe aloud to let Cutler go and save the cap space for depth on defense and even a starter,even if hes not as good as Cutler,he may be good enough and thats exactly what was meant,everyone knew what the intent was ( except you as you can twist it like the I.A.P. you are to stroke your ego).Oh by the way,PackerHacker ( a Bears fan) Knew and accepted my explanation ( which i didnt really have to make as he understood exactly what i meant,) to bad it went over your head but yet,you call everyone else drama queens or stupid and have to beat the horse until everyone gets tired of your bs and you win so you can strut around like King Packer fan.Noticed also you didnt answer the fact you cant ahave compassion on a spina lcord injury because he was a millionaire and lives in a multimillion dollar home
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#74 Oct 29, 2013
I knew and everybody that watched the game (and paid attention) knew that Finley was moving his extremities imediately after the hit. I was not wrong about that. I was not wrong about him not being paralyzed. That was MY point. YOU were the jerk that started with the name calling! THE INJURY WAS SERIOUS! But so are every other player's game missing injuries.

And I notice that YOU and every other drama queen has yet to answer the question HOW IS IT OKAY TO SAY: "Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured"? I'm stll waiting to hear how I was wrong to criticize that comment. I especially want to hear the Bear fan defend it. You can drama queen this up all you want. You can (in typical drama queen fashion) lie and mischaracterize what I said. The simple fact is that what I said was TRUE! Finley wasn't paalyzed and you did say ""Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured"! If you want to claim that it was perfectly fine to say t"Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured" then have the maturity and guts to say it. Doing more and more of the lies, hissy fits an drama queen theatrics won't change what you said.
eric

Monroe, WI

#75 Oct 29, 2013
Packer Backer WichitaKs wrote:
<quoted text>Couldn't agree more. We know Finley was not paralyzed, thank goodness. But, we are also hearing that his career may be in jeopardy. Not really concerned about that as much as the ability to regain his "normal" life health. I am sure Finley and the Packers will do the right thing. What about our team! The backups are coming around nicely. The offensive line is playing well. Eddie Lacy is as advertised. When he gets going forward he is tough. What surprises me is the run defense, probably where the Packers needed the most improvement. Still a long ways to go but when some of these injured players return our team will be better. In the meantime, they have to keep playing with the same intensity and not take anyone lightly. Give credit to the coaching staff for getting the backups going and give credit to the players stepping in and contributing. Kind of shaping up like 2010 isn't it? The Lions are going to be tough to handle. Thanksgiving Day game could go a long way in determining who wins the division. Always enjoy hearing from you. Us drama queens gotta stick together:-))
I wonder if Finley will want to play if hes cleared to? Thank God hes ok but that was a close call and who knows,it may be a career ender but again,Most important he recovers for a normal life ( thats most important).Beating Det is obviously very important! A division game,fighting for 1st place and a win give GB the season tie breaker and prob. will clinch GB as best div. record as well,but, its moot if Chicago beats GB next week or later on or if they lose to Minnesota at Lambeau down the line..Each game,Each Week and got to take them 1 at a time.Its early but yeah the defense is really helping to carry this team and a lot like 2010,but,dont forget, they beat Washington with a banged up RGIII,,just beat Minn. who isnt really playing really productive Offense ( although that kid Paterson is going to be a star at some point,when he grows into a mature player Meaning experience and learning the ropes of the NFL,,Dont forget Paterson played 1 year of Div 1 ball ( Tenn.) so hes got room to grow and i look forward to see how the kid develops)So,GB has beaten a few good teams,lesser teams.the Defense played well vs SF as far as running defense but gave up a ton of passing yards and loss to Cin ( Dalton ranks pretty high in alot of offensive numbers)..So yea,they are pretty solid! Chicago has a pretty nice offense ( Brandon Marshall,Matt Forte, good play from the TE position and i still like the backup there) I can see GB gameplaning much like vs Minn.Conservative game plan,long drives,eat clock and take advantage of Chicago's beat up defense and wear them down.DONT KICK TO HESTER and make Chicago's offense beat them and make sure Chicago's defense force Turnovers.I have noticed that about CHI ( as we all have ) Chi defense turns alot of folks over the the Bears offense doesnt have to move the ball far,they are great at that!!( of course they are banged up now,so,im not sure Chicago has the def. to really stop GB offense enough that the offense can outscore them).
Chicago has scored more points then GB ( by 1 pt as Packer Hacker has brought up) but my point to him would be...How many points scored by kick or punt returns? How many points on INT or fumble returns? OR how many short field have the Bears offense been beneficiaries of?,Point is when Chic.defense turns teams over,the Bears win but great teams ( playoff teams) dont turn the ball over and that ( IMHO) is why Chi. record is not real good vs Winning teams.Chicago ( if they want to win the div) MUST beat GB and DET,theres no way around it ( not ness. talking this year but in general).All of this with Clay and Hayward on the bench.IM pretty impressed with Johnny Jolly and what was mentioned was how humble he was and im pretty sure,he is going to get some serious attention after this year as a FA,so do they release Pickett to keep Jolly
eric

Monroe, WI

#76 Oct 29, 2013
Packer Backer WichitaKs wrote:
<quoted text>Couldn't agree more. We know Finley was not paralyzed, thank goodness. But, we are also hearing that his career may be in jeopardy. Not really concerned about that as much as the ability to regain his "normal" life health. I am sure Finley and the Packers will do the right thing. What about our team! The backups are coming around nicely. The offensive line is playing well. Eddie Lacy is as advertised. When he gets going forward he is tough. What surprises me is the run defense, probably where the Packers needed the most improvement. Still a long ways to go but when some of these injured players return our team will be better. In the meantime, they have to keep playing with the same intensity and not take anyone lightly. Give credit to the coaching staff for getting the backups going and give credit to the players stepping in and contributing. Kind of shaping up like 2010 isn't it? The Lions are going to be tough to handle. Thanksgiving Day game could go a long way in determining who wins the division. Always enjoy hearing from you. Us drama queens gotta stick together:-))
Continued..The play of the young players may just allow the staff to trade off or release some of the vets like Bush, Tramon Williams and let guys like Kuhn walk via FA and another point will be what to do with Sherrod or Bulaga ( both 1st round picks slowed by injury ) but how can you argue with the way Barclay and Bahktari are playing? GB needs to free up cap space.Raji will get paid,Mike Neal will get a nice deal.James Jones will get paid,Jordy Nelson is proving to be a great WR and will get paid AND dont forget 1 of the most important Cap factors...Clay Mathews and Aaron Rodgers cap number will rise ( collectively) 11M or so next year and GB only has 10M under the cap now,SO, getting rid of some vets ( i would think) will be ness. and players like Micah Hyde playing so well allows Ted to release/trade Jarrett Bush or maybe allow MD Jennings to go.our tackles may help allow the Packers to trade or release Bulaga( free up several million in cap space)..Kuhn ( i would think )is gone.Sherrod maybe another .Packers need cap space and Thanks to Ted and Co. GB is still in pretty good shape where they can allow some vets to go or cut to free up and they ( like stated have 50 of their own players on the roster) no other team has more then 40.We can be very grateful we have a great management team in Green Bay Lead by 1 of the great GM in the game Ted Thompson, one of the best coaches in the game today Mike McCarthy and a great staff (but it wouldnt surprise me at all if coach Mc. lost some coaches and Ted didnt lose more scouts or management to promotions to other teams).1 thing is for sure GB management has done a hell of a lot better then Minnesota's staff,Det has done a nice job lately,Chicago with a GM still early and a new coaching staff may need a bit of time ( although the NFL is a production now/what have you done for me lately ) league.I really enjoy reading your posts and enjoy chatting with you as well,and like you said us drama queens must stick together..Its to bad some like to beat a dead horse about a mis quote that was understood by everyone except for OO GREAT ARROGANT ONE.but yet you or I are drama queens about praying for a guy with a spinal cord/neck because your not supposed to feel sorry for him as hes overpaid and rehabbing in a multimillion dollar home ( with NO PROOF he lives in a multimillion dollar home im sure) but its a way I.A.P. can try to stroke his pathetic ego and try to prove everyone how much better he is then everyone although we can see hes proved otherwise.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#77 Oct 29, 2013
Quit the lies drama queen. I never said it was wrong to pray for Finey. I have said over and over I wish Finley a quick and full recovery. You keep claiming I said thigs I have never said. Yet you have a cow and need to makeup lies and go into drama queeen theatrics when I use your quoted statements.

This all started because of your LIE that I was being insensitive about Finley's injury just because I pointed out that describing it as "paralysis" was clearly wrong and an overdramatization. I was right about Finley not being paralyzed and I was right about you saying Cutler sucked and his injury being a blessing. The other crap you CLAIM I said is nothing but lies. When are you going to grow up and admit I was right?
Packer hacker

Lake In The Hills, IL

#78 Oct 29, 2013
Packer Backer WichitaKs wrote:
<quoted text>Once again, GBPfan can't let it go. As Eric, I believe, stated, GBPfan is back to his old self again. You may not have been around a few years ago when he kept going on and on about Ted Thompson. So, we have seen this before. GBPfan's ego will not rest until he has the final say on anything. Let's look how thing stand in the NFC North. The Packers are in 1st place followed by a much improved Lions team. The Bears have numerous injuries that could be hard for them to overcome. I would like their chances better if Cutler were healthy. But, their defense is not what it used to be. Their backup QB is descent but can be inconsistent. The Packers also have numerous injuries but I believe their backups do a nice job of filling in. Their offensive line is playing better than expected. The running game is vastly improved. Rodgers said so last night in post game that the improved running game takes pressure off the passing game at the same time creating one on one coverage on the receivers. Rodgers has shown a great deal of patience, so far, with the new young wr's. The Packers defense has improved a lot especially in defending the run. They are also pressuring the QB enough to help the secondary. The Lions are playing well. If Stafford and Megatron get on a roll they could carry the Lions to the division crown. Their defensive line may be the best in the NFL. Minnesota is just a shambles. Until they get the QB situation settled it will continue to be that way. What surprises me is the lousy play of their defense. Green Bay tore them on 3rd and 4th downs last night plus they are giving up a lot of points. Uncharacteristic to say the least. They do have some good young talent. Wonder what they will do before the trade deadline. Trade Allen and Peterson? NFL trades are hard to pull off. A lot of questions for the Vikings. It is shaping up to be a battle between the Lions and Packers for the NFC North with the Bears lurking. It is so important for the Lions and Packers that their QB's stay healthy. Regardless of other injuries that have or may occur for these 2 teams neither can lose their QB.
I agree with everything you stated, but I don't think the bears are even lurking, losing 3 lineman for the season, and plus lance Briggs out for 6-8 weeksI don't they can can compete for the division. As far as GBfan, he can't have a conversation with anybody with out being an ass, he must be a fun to live with....yikes!
Packer hacker

Lake In The Hills, IL

#79 Oct 29, 2013
eric wrote:
<quoted text>Continued..The play of the young players may just allow the staff to trade off or release some of the vets like Bush, Tramon Williams and let guys like Kuhn walk via FA and another point will be what to do with Sherrod or Bulaga ( both 1st round picks slowed by injury ) but how can you argue with the way Barclay and Bahktari are playing? GB needs to free up cap space.Raji will get paid,Mike Neal will get a nice deal.James Jones will get paid,Jordy Nelson is proving to be a great WR and will get paid AND dont forget 1 of the most important Cap factors...Clay Mathews and Aaron Rodgers cap number will rise ( collectively) 11M or so next year and GB only has 10M under the cap now,SO, getting rid of some vets ( i would think) will be ness. and players like Micah Hyde playing so well allows Ted to release/trade Jarrett Bush or maybe allow MD Jennings to go.our tackles may help allow the Packers to trade or release Bulaga( free up several million in cap space)..Kuhn ( i would think )is gone.Sherrod maybe another .Packers need cap space and Thanks to Ted and Co. GB is still in pretty good shape where they can allow some vets to go or cut to free up and they ( like stated have 50 of their own players on the roster) no other team has more then 40.We can be very grateful we have a great management team in Green Bay Lead by 1 of the great GM in the game Ted Thompson, one of the best coaches in the game today Mike McCarthy and a great staff (but it wouldnt surprise me at all if coach Mc. lost some coaches and Ted didnt lose more scouts or management to promotions to other teams).1 thing is for sure GB management has done a hell of a lot better then Minnesota's staff,Det has done a nice job lately,Chicago with a GM still early and a new coaching staff may need a bit of time ( although the NFL is a production now/what have you done for me lately ) league.I really enjoy reading your posts and enjoy chatting with you as well,and like you said us drama queens must stick together..Its to bad some like to beat a dead horse about a mis quote that was understood by everyone except for OO GREAT ARROGANT ONE.but yet you or I are drama queens about praying for a guy with a spinal cord/neck because your not supposed to feel sorry for him as hes overpaid and rehabbing in a multimillion dollar home ( with NO PROOF he lives in a multimillion dollar home im sure) but its a way I.A.P. can try to stroke his pathetic ego and try to prove everyone how much better he is then everyone althoug we can see hes proved otherwise.
Eric, it's obvious he has some anger & control issues, it has gotten really old, he acts like a five yr old.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#80 Oct 29, 2013
I hear a lot of lies, name calling, and drama queen theatrics. I'm still waiting for anybody to have the maturity to admit I was right. Or explain how I was wrong when I said Finley wasn't paralyzed or when I said it wasn't right to say "Cutler sucks, it's a blessing he got injured"!

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