Ranking The NFC North: First Place, T...

Ranking The NFC North: First Place, The Green Bay Packers

There are 2136 comments on the SidelionReport story from Jun 1, 2013, titled Ranking The NFC North: First Place, The Green Bay Packers. In it, SidelionReport reports that:

The NFC North has been one of the most competitive division in the NFL for the last three seasons with each team registering at least one 10 win season over that time.

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GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#376 Jul 31, 2013
The Almighty Tzar wrote:
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Yup I cherry picked the toughest part of our season last year.
Do you mean the part where the Vikings had no chance to win the division? ROFLMAO FYI winners consider the playoffs the toughest part of the schedule. So I understand why YOU don't! But if you want to reduce the Viking season to the last 4 games of the regular season, I understand. The Vikings naturally want to forget about the postseason. Every postseason!
viking nation

Madera, CA

#377 Aug 1, 2013
Packers fans was happy their team had to face Webb that didn't play all season. We seen what kind of team they have when they start to lose when they played the 49ers. The players all turned on each other, good luck this year when that starts to happen.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#378 Aug 1, 2013
The Almighty Tzar wrote:
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Some you can't seem to grasp the view point of the finial four games as being a sign of improvement for the Viking.
While four games is not a season the Viking did win ten games and they were the only team to beat both Super Bowl teams. They added the correct players to help them improve.
Improve? How? Are the Vikings going to bring the replacement refs back for more games this season? They better if they hope to "improve" enough to stand a chance at the end of 16 games! ROFLMAO
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#379 Aug 1, 2013
The Vikings are expected to "improve" so much this season that everybody's choice for winner of the NFC North is the GREEN BAY PACKERS! Or did you dolts fail to read this article and every other prediction for this season? ROFLMAO
GBPmies

Finland

#380 Aug 1, 2013
LMFAO! Time to listen up viking fans!

Frazier gave the vikings a speech on how good the Packers have been. Viking fans if you don't want to hear it from us Packer fans at least listen to the HC of vikings!!!

http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcnorth
MANKATO, Minn.-- Leslie Frazier dived into history to craft a message for his third training camp as the Minnesota Vikings' coach. Single-season playoff runs, such as the one the Vikings went on last season, are not uncommon. Reaching the postseason regularly over time? That's what Frazier wanted his players and coaches to think about.

Research revealed that only four teams -- the Green Bay Packers, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots -- have made the playoffs in each of the last three seasons (Packers actually did the last 4 seasons). In his opening-night speech to the team, Frazier drove home the challenge of sustaining success in the NFL.

"We looked at teams that have been able to do it over the long haul instead of just hitting it and dropping off," he said. "There are things that have to happen to sustain success. It looks like it's harder to get there than it is to stay there."

There you have it folks. The vikings ENVY the Packers sustainable success and want to be like them! I don't blame them one bit. Good call Fraizer it takes a man to admit it!

Since: Jun 13

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#381 Aug 1, 2013
GBPfan wrote:
<quoted text>Do you mean the part where the Vikings had no chance to win the division? ROFLMAO FYI winners consider the playoffs the toughest part of the schedule. So I understand why YOU don't! But if you want to reduce the Viking season to the last 4 games of the regular season, I understand. The Vikings naturally want to forget about the postseason. Every postseason!
Not at all

Sense the Vikings existence they have been in the play off more then any other team in our division. That's not bad at all.

If GB is so good and the Vikings so bad why do the Viking go to more play off games then GB?

In the play off GB and MN have met twice, both times in GB, yet both team have won one game apiece.

In other word the Viking beat GB in GB in the play offs. LMAO

Since: Jun 13

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#382 Aug 1, 2013
GBPfan wrote:
<quoted text>Improve? How? Are the Vikings going to bring the replacement refs back for more games this season? They better if they hope to "improve" enough to stand a chance at the end of 16 games! ROFLMAO
Your better keep up the BS chatter because the real world is coming fast.

Since: Jun 13

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#383 Aug 1, 2013
GBPmies wrote:
LMFAO! Time to listen up viking fans!

Frazier gave the vikings a speech on how good the Packers have been. Viking fans if you don't want to hear it from us Packer fans at least listen to the HC of vikings!!!

http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcnorth
MANKATO, Minn.-- Leslie Frazier dived into history to craft a message for his third training camp as the Minnesota Vikings' coach. Single-season playoff runs, such as the one the Vikings went on last season, are not uncommon. Reaching the postseason regularly over time? That's what Frazier wanted his players and coaches to think about.

Research revealed that only four teams -- the Green Bay Packers, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots -- have made the playoffs in each of the last three seasons (Packers actually did the last 4 seasons). In his opening-night speech to the team, Frazier drove home the challenge of sustaining success in the NFL.

"We looked at teams that have been able to do it over the long haul instead of just hitting it and dropping off," he said. "There are things that have to happen to sustain success. It looks like it's harder to get there than it is to stay there."

There you have it folks. The vikings ENVY the Packers sustainable success and want to be like them! I don't blame them one bit. Good call Fraizer it takes a man to admit it!
Giving respect for what GB has done over the last 3 years, there is nothing wrong with that.

And I'll point out that Lacy looks pretty good so far. A very good move for GB to pick a player they really needed.

Since: Oct 12

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#384 Aug 1, 2013
This season..1.Bears..2.Packers..3. Vikings..4.Lions.....
viking nation

Madera, CA

#386 Aug 1, 2013
I normally wouldn't post this on here but the truth should come out...
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viking nation

Madera, CA

#387 Aug 1, 2013
eric

Verona, WI

#388 Aug 1, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
This season..1.Bears..2.Packers..3. Vikings..4.Lions.....
Interesting...I do wonder how long it will take Chicago's offense to get rolling with Tressman"s new offense.Cutler should be used to new systems though,how many coaches,,offensive coor and systems has he been though?( or qb coaches ect) Starting slow and losing a few early with a struggling offense MAY be enough to cost them the season with such a tight division.
GB,,,Minn,,Chi and Det..
I believe GB goes 11-5,,,,Minn 10-6---11-5 ( GB takes the division) Chicago 8-8 ( 9-7 thru 10-6 if the offense clicks early) Det.. 6-10- some where in there.

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#389 Aug 1, 2013
GBPmies wrote:
LMFAO! Time to listen up viking fans!
Frazier gave the vikings a speech on how good the Packers have been. Viking fans if you don't want to hear it from us Packer fans at least listen to the HC of vikings!!!
http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcnorth
MANKATO, Minn.-- Leslie Frazier dived into history to craft a message for his third training camp as the Minnesota Vikings' coach. Single-season playoff runs, such as the one the Vikings went on last season, are not uncommon. Reaching the postseason regularly over time? That's what Frazier wanted his players and coaches to think about.
Research revealed that only four teams -- the Green Bay Packers, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots -- have made the playoffs in each of the last three seasons (Packers actually did the last 4 seasons). In his opening-night speech to the team, Frazier drove home the challenge of sustaining success in the NFL.
"We looked at teams that have been able to do it over the long haul instead of just hitting it and dropping off," he said. "There are things that have to happen to sustain success. It looks like it's harder to get there than it is to stay there."
There you have it folks. The vikings ENVY the Packers sustainable success and want to be like them! I don't blame them one bit. Good call Fraizer it takes a man to admit it!
LMFAO It really doesnt have an relevance.Its just common sense that you dont want to have a letdown or take anything for granted.Everybody knows the Packers have been at the top since 2010.Doesnt mean anything this year.Allot of teams have done it.What were the Packers in 08 and 09?Frazier knows what it takes to win a superbowl and its not from the Packers.Its from being a player for the 85 Bears and a coach with Tony Dungy with the Colts.
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#390 Aug 2, 2013
The Almighty Tzar wrote:
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Not at all
Sense the Vikings existence they have been in the play off more then any other team in our division. That's not bad at all.
If GB is so good and the Vikings so bad why do the Viking go to more play off games then GB?
In the play off GB and MN have met twice, both times in GB, yet both team have won one game apiece.
In other word the Viking beat GB in GB in the play offs. LMAO
Blah, blah blah. Don't you losers get tired of spewing your pathetic stats and excuses? Winners don't brag about getting to the playoffs. For WINNERS getting to the playoffs is merely a step to the ultimate goal! I'm sorry you don't understand that. ROFLMAO
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#391 Aug 2, 2013
The Almighty Tzar wrote:
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I will say I love jay Cutler I wish we had him.
This is the most logical thing you have ever said. Of course you wish you had any other QB in the division. In fact, is there any other QB in the league that you wouldn't rather have? ROFLMAO
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#392 Aug 2, 2013
Bleeds Purple wrote:
<quoted text>Frazier knows what it takes to win a superbowl and its not from the Packers.Its from being a player for the 85 Bears and a coach with Tony Dungy with the Colts.
For your sake, I hope the NFL hasn't changed since 1985! ROFLMAO
GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#393 Aug 2, 2013
Bleeds Purple wrote:
<quoted text>Everybody knows the Packers have been at the top since 2010.
YES! Everybody does know that. Everybody also knows that the Packers are expected to be on top again this season. ROFLMAO
GBPmies

Vantaa, Finland

#394 Aug 2, 2013
Bleeds Purple wrote:
<quoted text>LMFAO It really doesnt have an relevance.Its just common sense that you dont want to have a letdown or take anything for granted.Everybody knows the Packers have been at the top since 2010.Doesnt mean anything this year.Allot of teams have done it.What were the Packers in 08 and 09?Frazier knows what it takes to win a superbowl and its not from the Packers.Its from being a player for the 85 Bears and a coach with Tony Dungy with the Colts.
VVVVVRRRHHHOOOOOOSSSSHHHH!!!!!

Frazier’s point to his speech soars right over BP head!

No worries, BP the big picture is beyond many viking fans heads. Maybe someday you will understand but it will take many years of consecutive viking success to do so. But that is not so likely.

Since: Jun 10

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#395 Aug 3, 2013
GBPmies wrote:
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VVVVVRRRHHHOOOOOOSSSSHHHH!!!!!
Frazier’s point to his speech soars right over BP head!
No worries, BP the big picture is beyond many viking fans heads. Maybe someday you will understand but it will take many years of consecutive viking success to do so. But that is not so likely.
Im not so sure you understand.Ive seen exactly what he meant when we came into 2010 totally unprepared and just assumed we would win.Sound familiar?You just assume youre going to win the division because you won last year.Youre only point is how superior you think youre team is than ours and Im not buying.The same point you always have.

Since: Jun 10

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#396 Aug 3, 2013
GBPfan wrote:
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Blah, blah blah. Don't you losers get tired of spewing your pathetic stats and excuses? Winners don't brag about getting to the playoffs. For WINNERS getting to the playoffs is merely a step to the ultimate goal! I'm sorry you don't understand that. ROFLMAO
What are you talking about?Youve been bragging for months about the 3 straight playoff appearances.Thats all weve heard.Nothing about the team today.We surprised you last year and this year we'll surprise you again.Then our meaningless stats will mean plenty.I dont hear you ranting or raving about how much worse we'll be without Harvin anymore now that hes out for the season.Just think the Seahawks could have had Patterson and that third round pick we have next year sure looks good.Harvin might not ever be as good after the hip just like Bulaga.

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