By Aaron Nagler on Nov 19, 2009 with 4 Comments
As usual, Holly’s got the goods on the Packers’ upcoming opponent over at The Other 31. Check it out.
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I’m sorry to be off-topic, but has anyone seen this story on JS Online? There’s a national hurd unit from Wisconsin that guards prisoners in Iraq. These prisoners spend their time jabbing the soldiers about how Brett is having a good season with the Vikings. Imagine how horrible that would be to be fighting for your life and have some terrorist reminding you about Brent. Please keep our nation’s finest cheeseheads in your thoughts.
Oh, and Brett, if the only people who like you are terrorists, it’s time to call it a career. Just sayin…
Sorry; hurd=guard, as in National Guard. Typing on the iPod is still a challenge.
Yeah, I saw it PACKERS. I thought it was kind of funny, myself – after all, the WI Guard soldiers decorated the whole place in green and gold, and the detainees picked up on the bitter talk about Favre. Figures they’d go after what’s easiest. That said, I think that a long win streak is the best way for the Packers to blunt this new attack.
The article in question is here: http://www.620wtmj.com/news/local/70451747.html
Great analysis Holly. Still think they need to establish the running game with some short passing early against the strength of SF. A questionable secondary is a temptation, but given the GB line, the SF defense, the extra defender on AR, it seems like more of a trap. GB has to be able to neutralize the pass rush and help out the OL. Green is out. Time to really employ those now very expensive three FBs (loss of 2nd Rounder Brohm).
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This is the guy I wanted. They said four or five years, I didn’t care. It turned out there wasn’t anything wrong with him.