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Grant Shows Up When I Thought He Would

...or perhaps I should say "hoped" he would:

Maybe Grant is a ‘mudder’, much like his position coach was during the Holmgren years, who will get better as the fields get slower in the late fall and early winter months. Perhaps we’ll see Grant start breaking big runs when the weather turns and game conditions start to resemble the 10 game stretch Grant had last year.

Grant showed up and then some yesterday. Now, can he sustain this over the remainder of the season? It will be interesting to see how he (and the offensive line) look next Monday night in the dome down in New Orleans. I'm praying Grant makes me eat my words regarding his tepid showings earlier in the year. As Corey said on a recent podcast, never am I happier in my incorrectness than when I am wrong about any of the Packers' downfalls. Maybe I'll even send Steve a case of PBR to apologize. Maybe. ;)

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astyak's picture

Don't send the beer. Friends don't let friends drink bad beer.

Amen to never being happier then being wrong about Packer negatives. Lets hope we loose the bipolar and keep things moving in a positive direction.

packeraaron's picture

Whoa, whoa, whoa... don't EVER call PBR bad beer. Ever.

joshywoshybigfatposhy's picture

his mother was a mudder?

his FADDER was a mudder!?

packeraaron's picture

josh - whatever happens - don't ever leave.

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