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#PackersDaily: Blow it up

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#PackersDaily: Blow it up

Earlier this afternoon, I held my daily Packers chat over on our YouTube channel. You can catch the replay below.

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The TKstinator's picture

I have a pretty healthy diet overall, but lately I’ve added probiotic gummies. Heard and read some good things about them.
“Blow it up” is kind of a sore spot with El TKstiñador lately.

Bure9620's picture

I have added McMuffin to my diet and I have found it to to be an explosive mess, stubborn, with little creativity.

Pierre's picture

I really thought Rodgers would get a win against this Viking team that the Bears beat up on a week earlier, but after a stellar first quarter and multiple chances to drive his team for a go ahead TD he could get nothing done with the offense to give the Packers a chance at a victory. Rodgers knew how much this game meant in terms of the Packers making the playoffs and he just not perform at good enough to get the job done. It’s the same story almost every game with Rodgers playing the QB position inconsistently.

Old School's picture

A future HOFer at TE, a top running back, Adams, and an above average line. Doesn't seem to be enough.

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