Forget What the Records Say, the Green Bay Packers Are the NFC's Best Team

There are 109 comments on the BleacherReport story from Nov 20, 2012, titled Forget What the Records Say, the Green Bay Packers Are the NFC's Best Team. In it, BleacherReport reports that:

Since the replacement referee debacle on Monday Night Football in Seattle in Week 5 dropped their record to 2-3, the Packers have reeled off five consecutive wins.

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GBPfan

Colorado Springs, CO

#104 Nov 23, 2012
eric wrote:
<quoted text>Ive met plenty of viking fans and all of them are pretty pissed off for not winning a SB and losing in 4 of them in the 70s makes it worse. 98 nad 09,they were so close,but, whats a real pisser is they were so close in 09,they thought they had a great shot in 10 but Favre finally hit that wall he remarkably avoided for years and the year was much less then stellar.HECK,i sucked for us Packer fans in the 70s and 80s losing with consistancy,terrible draft picks,trades ect.We have been very lucky with our qb play for 20 years now and with 2 great GMs,Wolf and Thompson with Sherman squeezed in the Middle who did ok for himself,but, signing Joe Johnson nad signing Cledius Hunt and letting Vonnie Holliday go was his big no no.Wolfs was drafting John Michaels nad Ted's was Justin Harrell but all can claim real successs in many aspects as well in the draft. Minnesota had their moments but for the most part,lately, not real so much..09 was nice though for them
I don't even blame them for being angry and frustrated. However, when they get jealous and stupid because of the frustration over the Vikings failure, it's so childish I can't help but want to make their little hissy fits that much more unbearable. The Packers have had some heartbreaking endings to seasons. I guess it's much easier dealing with the disappointing losses with the knowledge that the Packers have ended 13 seasons with the ultimate prize!
cowboys fan

Owensboro, KY

#105 Nov 23, 2012
Greenbay packers are doo doo. But can't say much since I'm a cowboys fan.
Reggie7-3

West Babylon, NY

#106 Nov 24, 2012
lol yeah how bout them redskins!!
Packluv1

Lake In The Hills, IL

#107 Nov 26, 2012
GBPfan wrote:
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Don't get so excited about the 49ers beating the Bears badly. The Packers did the same thing and the Bears had their starting QB at the time. The Packers have as many wins as the 49ers. And if not for the Seattle game fiasco, the Packers would have more wins than the 49ers. The Bleacher Report does have a lot of stuff that is questionable, but every now and again they hit the nail on the head. It makes sense to declare thePackers the best team in the NFL.
packers best team in the nfl? Huh? Bears have more wins ,more pionts forced, and givin up over a hundred less pionts then the pack, week 12 and the bears are still the division leader.
normanmack

Sunflower, MS

#108 Nov 26, 2012
i can't understand how the packers defense line have such wide gaps they made the gaints look like the best thing since lice bread i can coach a line better than then the packers can
Laughing Bear Fan

Littleton, CO

#109 Nov 26, 2012
normanmack wrote:
i can't understand how the packers defense line have such wide gaps they made the gaints look like the best thing since lice bread i can coach a line better than then the packers can
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eric

Marshfield, WI

#110 Nov 26, 2012
I wonder how much better it would be if Sherrod didnt break the leg in 2 spots and was playing at LT.Hes bigger,quicker,more athletic and longer arms then Marshall Newhouse.
Looking at the picture as a whole,One would have to wonder if Sherrod will ever fully recover from his leg injury.IF he does fully recover,He should be teh starter at LT and maybe that will help out a bit.Newhouse maybe moves to guard OR move Newhouse to RT and Lang back to LG.WHo knows,just a thought and there is also the draft to consider.Maybe GB can unload Finley for a decent pick and they can package a few picks for an upper pick and grab a Tackle,who knows..Lets concentrate on this year,as we should be playoff bound for sure this year,its just a matter of where they land.Division title or a WC.
Reggie7-4

West Babylon, NY

#111 Nov 26, 2012
Marshall Newhouse should not be blocking for anyone. Let alone Rodgers''s blindside. Seek a new profession. A career in escorting perhaps.
Laughing Bear Fan

Littleton, CO

#112 Nov 27, 2012
Reggie7-4 wrote:
Marshall Newhouse should not be blocking for anyone. Let alone Rodgers''s blindside. Seek a new profession. A career in escorting perhaps.
A trade with the Raiders?

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