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Report: Packers To Work Out Matt Flynn

From Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network:

 

The worst kept secret around the league is that Flynn's elbow is messed up. The Packers probably want to see for themselves how much of that is true and how much is a product of a magnified game of telephone.

Interesting that Rap uses the term "some point soon" - that could be anywhere from tomorrow until after the Eagles game.

Stay tuned...

 

Comments (108)

Nerd's picture

If this is so, then why haven't they already taken a look at him? Like, Tuesday?

Longshanks's picture

The only thing I can conclude is that elbow of his really is fucked up. It has to be. If he was healthy he would be starting for us this week.

The question has to be is Flynn with a bad elbow still better then a healthy Wallace? Probably give Wallace another shot and if he fails they'll bring in Flynn and have Stroh look at his elbow. If Stroh and Doc Mackenzie give him the thumbs up he'll be signed next Monday.

Longshanks

Stroh's picture

No I won't be in that discussion. That's for the athletic trainers and Dr McKenzie, not a former S and C coach. Its the difference in job titles.

UP-Packer's picture

Yea, but...but ... Didn't you stay at a Holiday Inn last night?

Nerd's picture

Maybe Wallace hasn't been looking too good in practice. lol

I bleed Green More's picture

If they sign him then does Tolzein go back to practice squad. Who would have thought to much could go on.

jack in jersey city's picture

i think tolzein would have to clear wavers if they want to try to get him back on the PS. i think cleveland was trying to sign him (that's why the packers gave him a raise) and i'm quite sure he would get offers from other teams. it could cause a big mess if they sign flynn

Will's picture

They would be negligent in their duties if they don't "kick the tires" on Flynn, he might not be the answer but you have to take a hard look at a guy who had some success with this team/offense as such.

Nerd's picture

So then, why the delay?

gmanB1984's picture

I'm being 100% serious.... Why not call Favre and talk him out of retirement? Give him a ton of cash, explain to him that it's only for 3-6 games and all they need him to do is hand the ball off and be a better option than Wallace. Lacy is a better back than Favre ever had in his entire career. Whoever is backup will only be asked to throw the ball 15-20 times/game anyway. So Favre comes back and his GB legacy is patched-up, especially if he could win a second ring backing up Rodgers on the way to a SB XLVlll. Boom. HOLLYWOOD just got a new storyline.

Longtymefan's picture

Because favre cant play anymore..physically he cant.. Ask around from his insiders, he wont play

Jamie's picture

Because he's not starting this week either way...even if they signed him first thing Tues morning.

Al's picture

That is pretty stupid. You really think that at Favres age he is better than Wallace? Favre is DONE. He was done a couple years ago. Time to move on world... I would rather call Kurt Warner.

alfredomartinez's picture

why dont we bring back Nall or brohm, theyre familiar with the packer system as well...lol

Nononsense's picture

Took the words right out of my brain there Will. It would be pure negligence not to at least see for yourself where Flynn is at physically.

Wallace while proficient in the WCO, is still basically learning a new language. Flynn speaks it fluently although im sure he would need a refresher course but hes familiar with Jordy and James which would help.

Too late to get him ready for Philly but if they get moving he could be ready for the Giants game.

gmanB1984's picture

I’m being 100% serious…. Why not call Favre and talk him out of retirement? Give him a ton of cash, explain to him that it’s only for 3-6 games and all they need him to do is hand the ball off and be a better option than Wallace. Lacy is a better back than Favre ever had in his entire career. Whoever is backup will only be asked to throw the ball 15-20 times/game anyway. So Favre comes back and his GB legacy is patched-up, especially if he could win a second ring backing up Rodgers on the way to a SB XLVlll. Boom. HOLLYWOOD just got a new storyline.

Stroh's picture

Lacy is not a better RB than Ahman Green! Lacy is looking like a very good RB, but Ahman was the best RB in the NFL from '00 to '04. Ahman was an absolute Beast and he ran a 4.3 40. Ahman was unstoppable in short yardage situation too, I doubt Lacy will be as good in short yardage. Ahman could do it all. Great runner, excellent receiver and blocker.

I can't begin to say how happy I am the Packers drafted Lacy, but he wasn't in any measure a better RB than Ahman Green.

Sad that people don't remember Ahman or apprecitate his greatness. If Holmgren hadn't relegated Ahman to the bench due to a few fumbles his 2 years in Seattle, Ahman would be getting inducted in Canton soon.

ZeroTolerance's picture

I remember Hourning, Taylor, Anderson, Grabosky, Brockington...

CtSharpeCheddar's picture

Green and Lacy are both really great backs.Both different backs Green much more shifty with a lock of power.Lacy not as fast or shifty much more of power back that is hard to take down.Hard to compare the 2

Longshanks's picture

Lacy reminds me alot of Eric Torkelson. Just a hard nosed runner.

Longshanks

The TKstinator's picture

The TKstinator
The TKstinator
The TKstinator

Lacy does not remind me of Eric Torkelson in the slightest way.

The TKstinator
The TKstinator
TKstinator, The

Longshanks's picture

Hey Tinstigator, I don't judge a runner by the color of their skin like you obviously do. Both were hard runners period!!

Longhanks

The TKstinator's picture

Hey Incognito

Obviously? Sheesh.

You brought up race, not me.

Lacy is bigger, faster, better, more talented, but I guess they are/were both halfbacks, so yeah they're a lot alike.

The TKstinator
TKstinator, The

Living in the TKstination

Longshanks's picture

What part about hard runners don't you understand Instigator? Sheesh!! They are eerily similar period!!

Longshanks

Stroh's picture

I agree w/ Tskinator. Lacy is Nothing like Torkelson!

The TKstinator's picture

Allow me to construct a "Longshanks style" reply to this: (It ought to be fun; just suspend logic, reason, and accuracy for a moment, then throw in completely unfounded racial overtones)

So, because Lacy runs hard, the first former Packer he brings to mind is Eric freaking Torkelson? What about Nate Simpson? Walter Landers? LeShon Johnson?
Del "Popcorn" Rodgers?

So here's a new one for you that you will obviously agree with: Jordy Nelson is eerily similar to Perry Kemp! Both are surgically precise route runners with great hands.

Afterwards, tell us more about how women enjoy football so differently than men, then cajole us with your "hunting white tail" yarns.

Truly we are the lucky ones, sharing in your infinite wisdom.

Longshanks's picture

Allow me to respond. You sir keep saying the stupidest things. Popcorn? Nate Simpson and Leshon Johnson? Do you have any clue who they were. They were nothing like The Tork especially Leshon. Leshon had blazing speed. Eddie and Tork were hard punishing runners and slow.

I do agree with you a little on Kemp and Nelson but disagree both were surgically precise route runners? Surgically is pushing it don't you think.

As for women. People know where I stand on women. I just prefer they stand on me like in this video. Those were the days I tell you what!!

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3nt9g_johnny-carson-don-rickles-and-th...

Longshanks

Stroh's picture

Are you suggesting Ahman Green lacked power as a RB? You are out of your mind! Ahman was 6' 220 lbs of Power. Urlacher called him the most powerful RB during that time. Ahman was an extremely powerful RB. You really don't know Ahman Green very well. And he wasn't really very shifty. He could make sharp cuts but he didn't try to dance anyone. He would use his cutting to make guys miss arm tackles and when it came to a confrontation he ATTACKED the defender! At 220 lbs w/ his 4.3 speed he was a very powerful RB, who btw ran HARD everytime he had the ball.

Both Lacy and Green were power runners, except Green had sprinter speed, who was an accomplished receiver and blocker. Not a hard comparison at all!

RunAndHyde's picture

Aaaaand ..I met ahman n he was a nice dude.

Kt's picture

I remember , Ahman, great back, fumbled too much.

Idiot Fan's picture

Ahman Green for Fred Vinson is one of the all-time great swindles.

PackerPete's picture

that's right ... forgot about Fred Vinson... he was one of 3 CBs taken in the first 3 rounds (I think he was 2nd rounder), and the only one worth keeping with Mike McKenzie in the 3rd. I think 1st round that year was Antuan Edwards???

Stroh's picture

Correct on all accounts! Now can you tell me where Vinson played College ball? I'll give you a hint, one of the current Packer CB's played there also.

Or for that matter do you know where each of Edwards, Vinson and McKenzie played college ball?

I know... Anyone can look it up, try not to tho.

Longshanks's picture

It was a great trade no doubt. TT let him go because he drafted Shawn Alexander who was just as good. He let go of Green because he was a fumbler.

Now Teddy Tee has a similar situation. He has Eddie Lacy a pro bowl calibur rb and Jonathon Franklin, a great talent but so far we can agree is a "fumbler".

Does TT eventually make a trade and get rid of Franklin? I would say in time he probably will but of course the trade would have to benefit the Packers more than the other team. TT never loses on these deals.

The Packers have Lacy, Starks and DuJuan Harris. Franklin could definately be expendable for the right price.

Longshanks

Stroh's picture

I can tolerate a RB who fumbles more than you prefer when he runs as hard as Green did. Green always attacked defenders and kept fighting for yards. Alexander was known for ducking out of bounds instead of punishing a defender at the end of a run.

ZeroTolerance's picture

... and then I woke up in a cold sweat.

Doug In Sandpoint's picture

Didn't Favre have AP? I love me some Lacy but better than Green and Peterson? It will be a while before that can be concluded. Certainly would be the biggest media event in the history of the NFL. Might as well sign Tebow as his backup. Lady Gaga as his personal valet!

gmanB's picture

Vinny Testaverde came in and played 6 games for the Panthers in 2007. He hadn't played in their system before and went 2-4. He was 44 years old. Favre could actually have been an option.

He was hurt in 2010 battling an ankle injury and playing on a bad team.

The point is that it would be entertaining! I would be entertained to see him come back, wouldn't you? Isn't that the point of watching? I'm not really interested in watching Wallace (6-15, lifetime) struggle to complete a pass. I would much rather watch the ol' gunslinger come out and struggle to complete a pass.

And don't you think that Favre would win just as many of these games? Wallace isn't going to become some elite player over the next 3-6 wks. He will do what he always has done; compete 58% of his passes for 150 yds with a TD and an INT.

Brett Favre could do that and we'd all be entertained!

The TKstinator's picture

I am 100% serious that that is a bad idea.

Evan's picture

Just because he was terrible last time he played, which was 3 years ago?! Seems 100% fool proof to me.

The TKstinator's picture

You are correct, sir.

Idiot Fan's picture

But....but....remember 1996?!?!?!

the_mongose's picture

3 years ago he wasn't healthy. He was still recovering from that bad ankle injury from the NFC championship game. Plus the Vikings were not good at receiver and the O-line was banged up in 2010. *Even AP had his down season.

Favre probably still has a stronger arm than Wallace. Of course, he would be a statue.

Wallace has won a total of 6 games in his career (started 2003, 6-15). What are the chances he can win half of his starts with the packers? I don't think it's 50%.

dave wilson's picture

Flynn is better than little wallace anyday.

GotYourBackPack's picture

Just crossing my fingers and hoping for 2-2 during this rough patch. Exhausted by these injuries. Will they ever end? When will the football gods have mercy on us and keep us healthy for once.

Drealyn Williams's picture

2011 season

jack in jersey city's picture

2-2 is what i'm hoping for too (although i have no problem winning more than 2 :)). we're going to have major problems making the playoffs if we lose 4 or more games from here on out. i think we can beat the giants and the viqueens. it's going to be almost impossible to beat the lions on the road and i'm not sure we can beat the eagles this week. let's hope aaron is back for the falcons game!

Evan's picture

10-6 likely makes the playoffs. They're 5-3 now, so they have some wiggle room. 2-2 is great. 1-3 is still workable. But I'd say that's about it.

packsmack25's picture

Um....Nick Collins

denniseckersley's picture

trade for matt hasselbeck

4thand1's picture

So Flynn was 1-2. Passed for 480 6 tds on a real crappy Lions team. Couldn't beat out 3 rookie QBs on 3 crappy teams . Everyone thinks he'll be the savior. Be careful what you wish for. If CM and Perry can provide some pass rush, the Pack should win.

Evan's picture

1-1

4thand1's picture

Ok get technical. He came in for Rodgers against the Lions and played most of the game and did nothing. The Pack lost 7-3. So call it 1-1.

Evan's picture

Ha. Wasn't getting technical, just clarifying a point. But I think you're actually right.

BigZuDaddy's picture

I like how you left out the fact that Flynn played very well against the Patriots and almost lead the Packers to a win against them at Gillette Stadium, that's not the easiest place to get a win.

Look Flynn is not the best QB out there, but he's shown that in the Packers system he could play well. What the Packers need right now is not a QB to get us to the Playoffs, but a QB to get us a few wins and just keep us in the playoff race until Rodgers comes back.

I really like the fact that the Packers are giving him a work out. If everything turns out ok with Flynn I'll have more confidence in a QB that has 4 years of experience in our system then a QB that has only been with us for less then 3 months.

UP-Packer's picture

This back-up QB dilemma keeps getting messier with no end in sight. Training camp has Harrell & BJ duking it out to see who can suck less. Finally, a young Vince is thrown into the works to prove that 3 QBs can look like $hit all at the same time. Then without even trying, Seneca "I hope I never have to play" Wallace is signed to never have to play because AR will probably never get hurt.

TT has a headache because if the back-up QB (whoever that may be) can't win a game or two, the season is lost..... Hey, but we still have all our draft picks and $11mil in cap space. --- Season 2014 is going to be grand!!

jack in jersey city's picture

as much as i think thompson is a great GM, he really messed this one up. if we give the guy tons of credit for finding guys like bakhtiari, sam shields, lattimore, etc.... then we have to be able to criticize him for putting the team in this situation.

graham harrell was on this team for 3 seasons (and the 2013 offseason) and developed into nothing. i kept hearing that the guy wasn't making any progress in camp but they kept him around hoping for the best. bj coleman was drafted last year and isn't in the NFL anymore. the whole vince young fiasco was a complete joke. it didn't even take a month to figure out that he coundn't grasp the offense. i'm really hoping that seneca wallace can be a decent game manager and possibly lead the team to a 2-2 record while rodgers is out. signing wallace was just a last ditch effort to cover their asses just before the season began.

the packers organization chose to play with fire this offseason. hopefully the damage isn't too bad and they can still make the playoffs

hump's picture

jack, well put! there is no excuse for any GM to put a team in this situation. if your gonna send praises TT's way,then he damn well better be a man and accept the criticism when he,very well could have fucked us out of a chance to make it to a world championship,just to save a cpl hundred grand in cap space! THIS TEAM IS FKN GOOD,but spend a dime on an experienced safety and back up QB and realize that all of your decisions are not FKN perfect!!!

Longshanks's picture

Dump, you have some nerve attacking Teddy Tee like this!! How dare you!! The guy brought you a fucking super bowl. He's fucking exempt from criticism as far as I am concerned.

Just like Favre was exempt from criticism from 1999 to end of his career in Green Bay. Ron Wolf also was exempt for crappy first rounders like Jamal Reynolds. They all won a super bowl. That's all you need to do. They are very hard to get. Once you do you are immortal. Teddy Tee is immortal. Respect the man Dump!! Damnit!!

Longshanks

jack in jersey city's picture

nobody is exempt from criticism. i think most of us would consider TT to be one of the best GM's in football (easily in the top 5) but this backup QB situation is on him. i think the whole organization has learned a valuable lesson this year and won't let this happen again

Cow42's picture

"well put! there is no excuse for any GM to put a team in this situation."...

OR MAYBE WALLACE PLAYS WELL AND DOUBTERS LOOK STUPID... AGAIN.

i'm done doubting TT.

learned my lesson.

i bet Wallace accounts for 220+ total yards and 2+ tds.
if they lose to the Eagles it will be because of the defense.

Longshanks's picture

Thank you Cow42. I feel the fucking Marines just showed up. I needed that. You never ever doubt Ted fucking Thompson!! Never!! yet so many do. He always wins and makes people look like the fools they are. Welcome back Sgt Cow!!

Longshanks

Point Packer's picture

Hey Cow Tard, how did that 0-4 prediction go you fuck stick?

Those Redskins look great. Can't believe the Pack beat the living shit out of them. Fuck you. Got to hell you ass hole. Never post again. It was great here without you.

Longshanks's picture

Wow!! for a man who stays at home cooking and cleaning while his wife brings home the bacon, you certainly have quite the foul mouth Pointed Pecker. That's what happens when a woman takes away your masculinity and forces you to do woman's work. You lash out. Try lashing out at your wife instead of Cow42. He's done nothing to deserve your foul wrath!!

Longshanks - Sexist Pig!!

Idiot Fan's picture

I don't know that this was colossal negligence so much as a player not panning out. They invested a lot of time with Harrell, and they always hope to see that jump from year one to year two. Harrell didn't have that, and apparently neither did Coleman, so they were kind of stuck. You can blame TT for the bad picks, but I think there was an extra dose of bad luck that two prospects at the same position didn't pan out at the same time.

Also, considering that half the league can't find a decent starting QB, I'm sure it's that much harder to find and keep a good backup.

jack in jersey city's picture

i'm shocked that they stuck with harrell for as long as they did. from what the packers' beat writers said each offseason, this guy just never made the jump.

jack in jersey city's picture

straight from ted's mouth:

"If something went wrong at the backup quarterback position, it's my fault," Thompson told USA Today on Friday. "It's not somebody else's fault. It's not even one of those quarterbacks' fault. I just didn't get it worked out right."

this is why i love the guy and i know it will be corrected this offseason

Longshanks's picture

Jack, post Thompson's quote on Angeli's recent article tonight where he's dissing on Ted Thompson regarding the backup qb's.

Longshanks

Longshanks's picture

The Packer are like most teams. They have a starter and just a guy as a backup. Manning, Brady, Brees all the same. They go down and they are fucked just like we currently are.

The reason we are all pissed is because Chicago actually is in the minority where their backup actually could be as good or better than their starter. McNoun kicked ass and if I am Chicago I might want to stick with the guy. Not too many teams have a backup like Chicago has.

We've had 20 plus years of hall of fame qb'ing. We are spoiled. This next four weeks is a gut check and a possible look into the future when Rodgers leaves. I don't blame this on TT. It's the nature of the game with the salary cap. Maybe they bring Flynn back and his elbow is ok and he can help weather the storm until Rodgers gets back. Maybe. Lot's of maybes and hopefullys when your starter is out.

In 1990 Don Majkowski went down in the middle of the season with a torn rotator cuff care of Freddie Joe Nunn and Anthony Dilweg stepped in. The Packers I believe went 1-7 or 1-6 the rest of the way and were nothing like the 89 team that went 10-6.. Yes, it sucks when your starter goes down.

Longshanks

RunAndHyde's picture

P Manning and Brady both have pretty decent backups IMO.

Mel's picture

Really?? How many wins do they have??
Ryan Mallet-0
Don't even know P. Mannings back up..

Stroh's picture

Mannings backup is Brock Osweiller of ASU. Another 3rd rd pick like Mallett who hasn't seen the field yet. Both are really tall at more than 6'6, big arms and lacked good decision making.

G Money's picture

A younger Brent Favre was already falling apart when he retired the first, second, and third times. To call him back saying, "just hand the ball off!" is ridiculous. Tolzien can do that (remember what the Badgers did...) and he isn't likely to break a hip.

As far as not having a good backup: yeah, that sucks. But look at all the teams that can't find *one* good QB (I'm looking at you, Minnesota) much less two. Sure you try to draft and develop but most of the time if your starter goes down, so does the season.

At the end of the day this is no time to panic. All you gotta do is make the playoffs because anything can happen. It's not always the best team, so often it's the hottest team. The second wild card (Sea/SF gets the first one) will be between GB, Det, Chi, and Carolina...and those other teams have a history of choking when it really counts.

Stroh's picture

Don't you know that Favres agent says he's in the best shape of his life? He said Favre could still play and is in great shape... LMAO

Just an agent trying to keep his big named client on peoples minds. He's an afterthought as a player. No one, especially the Packers would seriously consider signing him. Well except maybe the StL Rams.

SoTxPhil's picture

Graham Harrell seems like an option for having someone that knows the system and can throw the ball, though gets picked off ocnly. He was the backup since Flynn left until the big shakeup during TC. I think he isn't playing anywhere presently, so seems to be the logical choice to sign if Flynn is hurt. Wallace didn't seem to have much of an arm Mon night and couldn't run away from linemen.

Longshanks's picture

You're probably right. Harrel does know the system. If Wallace fails and Flynn isn't ok medically, they might have no choice but to look at Harrel again. They are definately at the bottom of the barrel at this time. Not alot of options that's for damn sure.

Longshanks

Mel's picture

They would try Tolzien first... Game manger just like Trent Dilfer...

jack in jersey city's picture

i agree. the whole "next man up" philosophy tells me that tolzien would be "the man" if wallace can't make it happen. at that point though i could see them bringing in harrell to take a look at him again

hump's picture

AND.....SHORTSHANKS..... THE TORKELSON AND LACY COMPARISON is by far,the dumbest thing that you've ever posted on this site!!!! Eric torkelson was like a bad,bad,bad impersonation of james starks with no speed,and eddie lacy is like a good,good,impersonation of EARL CAMPBELL!!!! I Think the Alzheimers must be kickin in!!

Longshanks's picture

Come on man!! We're talking about The Tork here!! Have a little respect. He was a hard runner like Lacy that's all I am saying. Both had that inner drive. People have a hard time comparing black to white. I do not. I do not discriminate based on color. Lacy and Tork were both workhorses I tell you what!! I'm old yes but no Alltimers yet.

As for Earl Campbell, he has to do much more yet to be compared to the Tyler rose. For now I am going with Tork. If you disagree so be it. No need to get angry and call names.

Longshanks

The TKstinator's picture

Truly you are one of the enlightened thinkers of our time.

We should all consider ourselves fortunate for the opportunity to bask in the glory of your turbulence.

With reverence,
The TKstinator

pooch's picture

Torkelson , agree hard runner but near the talent with E.L.

Longshanks's picture

Thank you pooch!! I said hard runner as you said. Never mentioned Tork was of equal talent. These other people need to learn to read and comprehend a little better.

Longshanks

Wilson Maywick's picture

Hump:

Longshanks delights in "stirring the pot" and loves to pull thoughtful threads off course. Best to treat him like a 3 year old melting down in aisle 3...ignore him.

Point Packer's picture

Ha! ^THIS^

Point Packer

themasterfake's picture

Eddie Lacy can not be compared to any back the Packers have ever had except, perhaps, that Lacy and the other backs are/ were human beings.

eric torgelson..wow. the only cut in his career was his final training camp.

Bibbon Hazel's picture

MATT FLYNN'S ELBOW IS TOAST!! Move on people!

Evan's picture

Thank you, doctor.

RunAndHyde's picture

If you are lookin for a good comparison for Lacy he still plays in the NFL. Shifty runner without elite speed that will pound u into the ground. Lacy=Lynch.

Nerd's picture

Hasselbeck's on the Colts right?

Jeff Garcia got anything left? lol What about Donovan McNabb?

jack in jersey city's picture

bart starr is still alive!

Idiot Fan's picture

We all know that the Packers need to give a call to a 43-year-old former Packer who last played a couple years ago...
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Mark Brunell.

themasterfake's picture

ty detmer

Al's picture

McNabb.. is that serious? That dude sucked when he was young and healthy for the eagles. But now...

The TKstinator's picture

Rich Campbell

The TKstinator's picture

TJ Rubley
Master of the Audible

Al's picture

Really one game was enough for pack fans to hate Wallace so much? I remember a lot of folks in here were very happy when he got signed as a backup but now after 1 loss we are ready to bring in Favre, Brohm, Flynn, and any other packer has-been of late. Why don't we just call Vince Young up? Seriously guys, put some faith in our coaching staff. They wouldn't be keeping Wallace if he wasn't the best option available. He DID NOT play bad last week, with the few amount of opportunities he got. It wasn't great but he will surely get better with some practice. Plus we only need him for a month against some pretty poor teams. I think we can hang on and wait for Rodgers. If we go 2-2 we will be fine.

The TKstinator's picture

I cannot believe that no one else has mentioned that Josh Sitton looks like and plays exactly like former Packer great Derrel Gofourth.

Longshanks's picture

Don't see it. You sir are a moron to make such a dumb ass statement like that. Doesn't look anything like him.

Longshanks

The TKstinator's picture

Yes, there is a moron here, but it sure ain't the TKstinator.

Longshanks's picture

Whatever you say Darrel GoFourth. hahahahahahahahahahah Oh my God. Idiot statement of the year by far!!

Longshanks

The TKstinator's picture

No, I'm just trying to keep up with your Eddie Lacy Eric Torkelson gem.

So here are some more:
Reggie White: Joe Johnson
Aundra Thompson: Sterling Sharpe
Estus Hood: Sam Shields
Brett Favre: Nickie Hall
Nick Collins: Mark Murphy (the bald one, not the current president. Although....)

I could go on and on.

Or, you could realize that I am the one mocking you. Since you failed to grasp that, I'll pull a Captain Obvious: I am not the only one who thought your Lacy/Torkelson thing was ridiculous. Lacy is off to a great start. We're all excited about that.

You made a poor comparison and got called on it. Move on.

Or, I'll taunt you a second time, with the likes of:

Willie Buchanon: James Nixon
Dave Roller: BJ Raji
Terdell Middleton: Ahman Green
Barty Smith: Nick Luchey
Rich Wingo: Ray Nitschke

Longshanks's picture

Boy you are really the biggest idiot of all if you didn't know that I didn't know that you were mocking me. You certainly did alot of work to make a total fool out of yourself. The joke is entirely on you!! Class dismissed!! lol

Longshanks

Stroh's picture

I thinks most everyone else seems to think the joke is on you yet...

The TKstinator's picture

Of course I knew that you knew that I knew that you were aware of the fact that I knew, so, since you asked for it, here it is:

Infante: Lombardi

Longshanks: Shakespeare

Longshanks's picture

Nstigator - Gomer Pyle

Longshanks

The TKstinator's picture

Eddie Lacy:Eric Torkelson

Longshanks's picture

Thank you. So all this shit by you and in the end we both agree on what I originally said. Both these guys are hard runners.

Now your thoughts on Johnny Carson and the two Japanese wash ladies? I am sure you saw the video. Did you enjoy it or did you look away since you found it sexist and offensive? Just curious.

Here it is again in case you missed it. I personally enjoyed it. It's too bad today that more women can't play the roles of women like in that video. Now they demand for men to bath them. Just ask Point Packer. He's already demasculinized the poor bastard.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3nt9g_johnny-carson-don-rickles-and-th...

Longshanks

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