The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Packers vs 49ers

Aaron hands out the Good, the Bad and the Ugly from the Packers loss to the 49ers in the NFC Championship.

Give us yours in the comments!

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mrj007's picture

January 19, 2020 at 11:14 pm

Aaron Nagler nailed it. How can the coaching staff put THAT on display. Good - stop on first 49er drive. Only time I cheered all night. Bad - unbelievably poor defense and every minute after the first stop. Ugly was whatever that game plan was. It was really the same as the first game vs 49ers. It's like Green Bay played like toothless kittens. Was embarrassed at how flat and lifeless GB played. Rodgers did little to stick it to team who snubbed him on draft day - but there was no defense and it's a team sport. Congrats and here's to a better defense next season!

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Buckywunder's picture

January 19, 2020 at 11:45 pm

Don’t leave out special teams. Muff

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Johnblood27's picture

January 19, 2020 at 11:17 pm

Good: Progress from last years dismal team performance, especially on defense.

Bad: Aaron Rodgers NOT aging gracefully and completely unaware of his limitations, no adaptability.

Ugly: GBP leadership and lack of accountability for those that need a good boot in the ass.

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Packer_Fan's picture

January 19, 2020 at 11:22 pm

Good: Adams and Jones

Bad: Rodgers. He played bad. Was inaccurate. Lost composure. Couldn't have played worse in the first half.

Ugly; Lots of things 1)Play calling. Does LaFluer have to get Rodgers in a groove to start the game? It appears that way. 2)Pettine: The defense looked out of position and did not control the edge. And whatever happened to playing downhill and getting penetration? What ever the game plan was, it was pitiful in execution. The players were not prepared well. It will be interesting to see if the Pettine will be retained.

And finally, this season will be helpful for Lafluer. There will be multiple games where the offense starts poorly and it affects the outcome. He needs to get his team, especially the offense starting more efficiently. Or adjust faster. They got into funks too many times. Like the whole first half.

I don't what it is, but the team kept making mistakes in the first half. Penalties, misplayed a kickoff, poor punt, missed tackles. And it may have been led by Rodgers with his mistakes. SF had none of these.

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Chevy572rat's picture

January 20, 2020 at 01:37 am

Packer_fan, did you actually watch the game or are you just another Rodgers hater ? The first half he constantly had defenders streaking in and around him that led to sacks and fumbles. You say he was inaccurate ???? He went 31-39, with 1 of those being an ugly INT, and 1 being a meaningless INT when the game was over and he was pressing for a quick score. So that leaves 6 incompletions, your eyes are the only things that are inaccurate. How many times did they show the replay of the receivers with none of them being open in the first half. His composure, how many sacks, knockdowns, or defenders streaking at you before you'd piss your pants. He was frustrated with the o-line right from the get go from penalties, missed assignments and piss poor effort. This game wasn't lost because of Aaron Rodgers !!!

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mrtundra's picture

January 20, 2020 at 10:45 am

I disagree. I think this game was lost, largely due to Rodgers. Rodgers kept throwing passes that were either behind his receivers, forcing them to make circus like catches or they were thrown at their feet which allowed for almost zero yards after the catch. Rodgers also held onto the ball way too long, looking, once again, for the deep play, instead of passing it to the open, under the coverage receivers who could have moved the chains. Rodgers is not above the criticism of this team's play last night. He is the cause of most of it. One has to wonder if he will ever see another Super Bowl, because of how he played last night. That could change, if he were to correct his thinking on those long passes, especially into double coverage. Take what the defense gives you.

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HankScorpio's picture

January 20, 2020 at 06:41 am

Rodgers completed 31 of 39 for 79.5%. After the Oakland game in October, it was his highest completion % on the season. He's had plenty of issues with accuracy on the season. Yesterday was not an example.

The issue yesterday was the same old issue we've seen all season. The same issue many feared last offseason. The pass catchers, as a group, were not good enough. It was not a problem with LaFleur not scheming them open. It was not a problem with Rodgers missing his targets. It had nothing to do with the plan for the week. It had everything to do with the season's plan to hope that Allison, ESB and MVS would take a big step forward and Graham would find the fountain of youth. None of that happened and it was a fatal flaw in the pass offense.

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ImaPayne's picture

January 20, 2020 at 06:17 pm

Call me wrong but this was Rodgers game plan and play calling. U can't tell me the coach called five yard pass plays down 21 with one quarter to play. That was Rodgers saying I don't want to get creamed and passing down field is dangerous, Adams ain't open.
Rodgers caved. Gave up. Just tried to survive.

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demuthses's picture

January 19, 2020 at 11:39 pm

I don't think Pettine can be blamed for the defence forgetting they are supposed to tackle the guy with the ball. It seems more as though they needed to practice with pads on more often to be shown and practice technics. That wasn't his call.

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dblbogey's picture

January 19, 2020 at 11:48 pm

They are limited in the contract with the Player's union as to how often they can practice in pads. I believe a full padded practice with contact is limited to once a week. My beef with Pettine is making no adjustment to stop the run. Probably time to move on from Pettine if MLF has a guy he likes better.

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jeremyjjbrown's picture

January 19, 2020 at 11:54 pm

The 49ers seam to know how and they are under the same CBA.

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ImaPayne's picture

January 20, 2020 at 06:20 pm

My issue, is it Pettine or the crap players. Are the players ask to do the impossible. Personally they looked confused. Way to many schemes. Nicole dime quarter penny. These guys ain't rocket scientist.

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jeremyjjbrown's picture

January 20, 2020 at 07:00 am

The good: Aaron Jones. Otherwise, I'm not impressed by garbage time stats. He waa the only one who did anything before the game was already lost.

The Bad: Pettine and the 3-4 defense. I'm sick of the no contain soft up the middle, no tackling, Nickel Defense. Pick an assistant from the 49ers to be the new DC and switch to the fast 4-3 scheme already.

The Ugly: Soft, weak play. The Packers brand of patty cake football just can't win tough games. They need some assistants that are going to teach hard nosed position play. It seams to be totally missing.

"Football is about kicking someone's ass. Football is about physically pounding the opponent. If you want to win this game, you have to beat the crap out of these guys." Mike Holmgren

These Packers almost never do it.

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Tundraboy's picture

January 21, 2020 at 09:40 am

Exactly. When exactly did we turn into a nice team. Makes me long for the early 60s when 10 to 20 passes were the norm,occasionally more and Taylor running through everyone ALL game long. As for the Defense don't get me started.

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tylerdidomenico's picture

January 20, 2020 at 12:09 am

Aaron nailed it on the head, but I would like to give my take on the Pack. We'll start off ugly and head upward. The ugly. This defense needs a good scheme. Mike Pettine needs to find out a formula to stop the run as well as YAC for opposing receivers. Also, we did not utilize Jones on offense as much as we needed to. The bad, Rodgers did not have a horrendous game, but it wasn't pretty. 12 clearly did not have his best game of the season, balls were underthrown and turned over. Finally, the good. We have found a franchise tailback in Aaron Jones, he had the most touchdowns in a single season with that score in Santa Clara tonight. Things are looking upwards for him. The other good is that Matt Lafleur is an amazing coach. Taking a team to the NFC Championship after a 13-3 record in the regular season as a first-year head coach? That is outstanding. So many things are looking upwards for the Pack and I can't wait to see what Gutekunst cooks up in the offseason. GO PACK GO!!

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Tundraboy's picture

January 21, 2020 at 09:43 am

Yes. Go Gute. If there is a silver lining it is I doubt he will think we only need a few tweaks as in years past.

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stockholder's picture

January 20, 2020 at 12:36 am

Good: Blind Optimism. Bad: Being Dominated. Ugly: 37 to 20

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Philarod's picture

January 20, 2020 at 03:01 am

Good: AJ and Davante giving it what they had, and yes, despite the fan base's whining, Rodgers threw the ball quite well.

Bad: All three units in the first half, and but for a few plays, the D ... all night! And while they didn't cost the Packers the game, the officiating was not good.

Ugly: The run D... all night long, especially on the drive after the Pack just scored. The D was tested, between halftime and a ling, successful TD drive, and just had the ball run down their throats.

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fastmoving's picture

January 20, 2020 at 05:51 am

ha, ha, thats was a good one. but no whining at all, the other guys help out our QB since 2 years. just the way it is. No suprise there, AR played like Always and thats not a good thing anymore

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Philarod's picture

January 20, 2020 at 03:04 am

Good: AJ and Davante giving it what they had, and yes, despite the fan base's whining, Rodgers threw the ball quite well.

Bad: All three units in the first half, and but for a few plays, the D ... all night! And while they didn't cost the Packers the game, the officiating was not good.

Ugly: The run D... all night long, especially on the drive after the Pack just scored. The D was rested, between halftime and a long, successful TD drive, and just had the ball run down their throats. Honorable Mention: Watching Graham "run" in the open field.

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bodei1newbie1's picture

January 20, 2020 at 03:58 am

the good : aj and adams did a good job
the bad: aaron rodgers still in some cases holding on to the ball too long
the ugly: mike Pettine should have call a better defensive set up to stop the run

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Doug_In_Sandpoint's picture

January 20, 2020 at 03:58 am

Pretty much agree with the GBU, but I’d throw special teams in the ugly column. Dropped kick and a 20 yard punt? 26 yard punt return? Come on guys. This game reminded me a bit of the Atlanta game where we had no answer for Julio. ATL was the better team and we couldn’t hope our way to victory.
In order to be competitive against the league’s best we need faster, better players.

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DougXX57's picture

January 20, 2020 at 07:01 am

yeah Sanders had a bad punt but remember, they didn't even know if he would play because he was sick with the bug that hammered a lot of the team the week before. The dropped kickoff was bad!

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packerbackerjim's picture

January 20, 2020 at 04:36 am

Good: half-time adjustments for the offense. Adams was schemed open. The dumb phux who talk about garbage time couldn’t point to a lack of intensity on the SF defense.

Bad: major regression to an impotent defense of yesteryear.

Ugly: Hate to be repetitive—The receiving corp after Adams and Lazard. Sternberger gives me hope for the TE position.

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fastmoving's picture

January 20, 2020 at 05:55 am

The WR Corps is one of the better ones in the NFL but you have to pass to them. AR has only 2 check downs. Adams and maybe Lazard. That will never get better in his playing years…..

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packerbackerjim's picture

January 20, 2020 at 06:00 am

Not one of those receivers could crack any other team’s starters. What have you been watching?

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jlc1's picture

January 20, 2020 at 08:39 am

fastmoving has probably been watching the ARod haters around here. It's pretty easy to do, easier than critically watching a football game.

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Chevy572rat's picture

January 20, 2020 at 08:43 am

Do you think that the Chiefs, Saints, Ravens, Vikings, Cowboys, Eagles, 49ers, Seahawks, Cardinals, Texans, or the diminished Patriots would trade their receiving group for ours !!!! One of the better ones in the league, are you out of your freakin mind or just a blind Aaron Rodgers hater ??? When some of these idiots can't get open or run the correct route to the correct spot, I'm sure AR doesn't look for them like he does a couple others. You wouldn't either, and if you did you would be on your back from the pass rush that's going to be in your face ASAP. Why is it that some of you guys say he won't throw it to some receivers, when Rodgers threw to lots of different guys when we had some QUALITY receivers. Remember Jordy, Cobb, Jones, Jennings and probably a couple others that I've forgot. Aaron Rodgers is about winning and if some receiver can help him win he's going to throw him the freakin ball, to say that he won't is utterly ridiculous. Get a clue !!!!

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jlc1's picture

January 20, 2020 at 09:01 am

Spot on and to that point he completed passes to 10 different receivers last night - he threw to the open man not just his favorite.

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PAPackerbacker's picture

January 20, 2020 at 04:32 am

The good - Jones and Adams

The bad - The turnovers

The ugly - The run defense and the listless effort in the first half by the offense.

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Amy Berk's picture

January 20, 2020 at 06:37 am

Good:. Davante Adams and Aaron Jones
Bad: MLF''s game planning, fumbles
UGLY: Defense to slow to tackle...need lots of help

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RedRight49's picture

January 20, 2020 at 07:33 am

The Very Good: Aaron Jones, Davante Adams!

The Good: JImmy Graham - In this game Number 80 made a few noticeable chips and blocks, got open although not targeted a few times and, made a nice catch &run for 40+ yards when an offensive spark and yardage was needed.

The Bad: Special Teams didn't loose the game and likewise didn't really contribute anything to help win the game. Didn't contribute to field position with their few returns, created no turnovers, provided no spark and, that shanked punt was absolutely pitiful.

The Ugly: The offensive game plan for the first half of the game.

The Uglier: The turnovers.

The Ugliest: The defensive game plan for slowing down or containing the San Francisco run game - instead allowing a 49'er Franchise single game rushing yardage record to be levied against them!

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rstain99's picture

January 20, 2020 at 06:53 am

the Good? season overall
the bad ? not showing up for this game
The ugly defense had no answer to niners just soft play

Greate season AJ, Smith and Smith, Clark. See ya Jimmy Graham 11 mil?
Gute find me stud MLB, young TE who can stretch the field
Mike Pettine not so much

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DougXX57's picture

January 20, 2020 at 07:11 am

The Good> A.Jones, Adams and Rodgers despite what a lot of people are saying
The Bad> The run defense was horrible and the lack of the DC to fix it. Soooo many missed tackles and to many mistakes
The Ugly> watching the 49er's running the ball down the field untouched...
All in all a very good year for the Matt and now he knows what he has and what he has to do to fix the broken things.. Do we need Matt to pick his own DC? I think so... We need LB's and DL very badly. We also need MORE players on the D with an attitude
Offense? WRS... and a lot of speed on both sides of the ball..... Great year thanks for the Smith Brother signings..

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Houndog's picture

January 20, 2020 at 07:16 am

I'm late to this party so I've read most of the posts thus far. Where were the surprises?
Start with LaFleur: His teams have come out 'sleep walking' in the first half how many times this year? Too many! We had all hoped for something better yesterday, but it was the same ol' $hit! I'll give him a mulligan as a Rookie HC.
Pettine: For starters, you can't stop the run without linebackers, and Pettine doesn't have many, if any, good ones. Martinez is OK, but too slow. Secondly, his inability to adjust, and his insistence on playing his D-Backs soft has had me screaming all year, where's the surprise? The Defense looked yesterday just like it looked for most of the year, but yesterday they played a team with a tremendous running attack and a great run blocking scheme to exploit that. GB's coaches had just as much time to study their opponents as their 9er counterparts, the 9ers coaches did the the job, GB's did not!
A-Rod: 31 of 39 is pretty good football, and I didn't see the inaccuracy I've read about here. Sure, he threw 2 picks, one his fault, and one in garbage time when he had no choice than to go for broke. The play calling played a huge part and the early pass protection once again sucked, neither are an excuse for fumbling, and that's on him. The 9er's #1 defense played a big part, but the coaching staff (and ARod) needs to do a better job of scheming, it's what good teams do!

The worst part (to me) in all of this is the Packers disguised themselves as a good team to a lot of people with a fondness for sugar coating, maybe yesterday's performance finally let the cat out of the bag.
What we'll get for all this is the 29th or 30th pick in the draft, and lots of holes that need to be filled.
I'm hoping Gutekust gets into his office early and starts today.

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jlc1's picture

January 20, 2020 at 08:58 am

Generally agree but two points. one is that I think GB actually ranked very high in first drive of a game points. But after that they definitely seemed to stall. Martinez is both slow and too easily moved by blockers. I at times just follow him on a play and it is too rare that he sheds a block. I think his tackle rate is high because Clark and others eat up the blockers and give him the shot, which to his credit he usually makes.

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Vet1976's picture

January 20, 2020 at 07:22 am

The Good | a season that exceed my expectations under a 1st year head coach, winning the NFCN, winning a playoff game | seeing a "team" emerge with its arrow pointing up.
The Bad | missing the obvious story line - Packer-Chief SB #1 rematch on the 100th Anniversary of the NFL
The Ugly | letting the 49'ers run Vince Lombardi's '60 playbook against the Pack.

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egbertsouse's picture

January 20, 2020 at 08:14 am

Good: Jones and Davante
Bad: Lack of team speed only exceeded by a lack of physicality. Slow and soft.
Ugly: AR on the sidelines with his Droopy Dog face. Contrast this with Mahomes sideline demeanor.

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albert999's picture

January 20, 2020 at 08:16 am

Yeah Rodgers sideline demeanor is hideous

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jlc1's picture

January 20, 2020 at 08:50 am

Stop, please stop, this is just too much. 1) who else do you see on the sidelines? answer, no one because they aren't part of the tv broadcast story line. You have little idea of anyone else's demeanor and whether it is "hideous". 2) what is it about his demeanor that is "hideous"? Is he pissed off? if that's it, wouldn't you be? Nobody on the team, or the coaching staff, including himself, is showing anything like good football. If he weren't pissed off you would probably call him out for that. How do you and all the ARod haters out there know how he communicates in the locker room, on the practice field? If you have any inside information to back up your repeated slams of Rodgers, please share it.

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ImaPayne's picture

January 20, 2020 at 06:03 pm

Speilman of our nemesis Vikings, went and got one of the fastest deep receivers, one of the fastest running backs in football knowing speed kills and is hard to defend!

Our dbacks, sitting at the end of round one, were there for a reason/s: lack of speed, size, tackling and experience, div 1a.
That is showing up each game. Serious lack of speed all around.

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albert999's picture

January 20, 2020 at 08:15 am

Green Bay punted on four of their six first-half possessions, with the other two ending in turnovers.

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Houndog's picture

January 20, 2020 at 08:34 am

Admittedly, I 'borrowed' this from someone else on another site, and I'm hoping you can all get the same laugh from it that I did. I think we could all use a little humor today.

"Pettine's game plan was to stop the pass, and he did a great job of that today"

If I could find it again I'd give credit to the author, but haven't been able to do so.

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ImaPayne's picture

January 20, 2020 at 06:24 pm

The scary, the pack will laud him for getting to the champ game when they should can him a total embarrassment.

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Harold Drake's picture

January 20, 2020 at 08:59 am

THE GOOD: Aaron Jones, Davante Adams, and Kyler Fackrell!

THE BAD: The offensive line did not hold up well against the Niners' pass rush, but then again they were facing the NFL's elite D-line. Matt LaFleur's offensive schemes and uninspired play-calling. As Mr Nagler points out - was this the best we could come up with for the NFC Championship game?

THE UGLY: Besides Aaron Rodgers and his lacklustre play (not to mention the handoff fumble which may or may not have been partially the fault of the centre) - Mike Pettine heads up the ugly category. Reading between the lines of LaFleur's post game comments, Pettine may well be on his way out. Time to bring in a more aggressive DC, although in fairness to Pettine the Pack lacks speed and aggressiveness at the ILB position and we probably need a run-stuffer to help Kenny Clark on the D-line.

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Postman's picture

January 20, 2020 at 09:35 am

Good:
2019 Season.
To make it to the NFC Championship game was unexpected. Watching the Packers play as a team all year was enjoyable.

Bad:
The collapse of the run defense in the game was disheartening. Seeing the 9er's running back come to the line with the Packers having number advantage and he still was not stopped until he had 8 yards. That's not on Pettine.

Ugly:
Fumbling a center exchange. Really!!!

Thank You Packers for being relevant after 2 years in the wilderness.

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Bret Iverson's picture

January 20, 2020 at 09:56 am

The Good: Jimmy Graham, Adams

The Bad: D-Backs, Edge No outside contain, Rodgers Turnovers, Game plan not to run Jones more early.
The O-line would have done better running the ball. Rodgers should have run and rolled out of the pocket more. The Seahawks did it better and it should have been copied.
The Ugly: Lancaster, Lowry, M. Adams, Burks, Gary, Martinez, and Goodson. These players need to set it up or be replaced.

Draft: DL, LB, WR, TE, S and OL They should consider trading some players and adding to speed and strength: Example: Clark, Jenkins, Smiths

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ImaPayne's picture

January 20, 2020 at 10:02 am

The good, season record, the Smith's,Adams, Jones.
The bad, Gutts drafting ability. To think what he could have had in the first round.
The Ugly, the mind of Pettine. Or what he has to work with or both. Something seriously fn broke here. They were bailed out all year. Imagine this d without the Smith's. Scary

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Pierre's picture

January 20, 2020 at 10:45 am

The good: making it to the NFC championship
The bad: not scoring on their first drive after the Packers defense stopped the 49ers opening drive in 3 downs.
The ugly: Being down 27-0 at halftime, embarrassed and humiliated, with Rodgers unable to get any scores. QB needs to be changed going forward as Tim Boyle, or any QB can do better than 27-0 and cough up the ball 5 times!! If no change at QB expect the same outcome versus SF next season...being totally dominated. And don’t give me the defense being the reason as there is no reason Rodgers could not have had this team in a shoot out type of game!!! Just inept QB play and for 2 million a game!!!!

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mrtundra's picture

January 20, 2020 at 10:55 am

The good: Aaron Jones. Kyler Fackrell-he got our only sack. Adams. Graham.

The bad: Our run defense. ARod's passing. The Smiths being damn near invisible. Opie on the shanked punt when we needed a boomer.

The Ugly: Listening to Buck and Aikman. Losing like this. Having no answer for the game plan of the 49ers. No adjustments after half time on defense. Muffed snaps.

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Keek's picture

January 20, 2020 at 10:56 am

Good - 2019 as a hole; seeing draft picks Savage and Jenkins step right up and knowing Sternberger/Gary/Kingsley and others are WIP. Seeing GB do the right thing and delve into the Free Agent market and improving their team with the Smith brothers and Turner.

Bad - Green Bay needs a second receiver. Marquez Valdes-Scantling went from being the starter to seeing only 1 play in the game yesterday. Lazard is a keeper but we need another burner who can do what our current guys are not. Do we resign Bulaga?

Ugly - Everyone knew you could run on GB; I don't think Lancaster is a every down player and decisions need to be made regarding Martinez and Burkes. A guy who can spell Kenny Clark would be welcomed. Coach Pettone needs much better schemes and needs to adjust better. Yesterday was a farce.

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Packjack's picture

January 20, 2020 at 12:29 pm

The good: At least we weren't one of the other 28 teams sitting at home watching the game.

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Packjack's picture

January 20, 2020 at 12:26 pm

Has Mike Pettine ever had a good run defense on any team he has coached?

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mbpacker's picture

January 20, 2020 at 12:46 pm

The Good: Jones and Adams, as well as Rodgers actually threw well over all. Hope doesn't always reigns eternal for a football season, but dang, I am hopeful for next year and after a mental break from football I am getting excited for the draft and training camp . Go Pack!

The bad: Getting behind big again and needing to dig themselves out of the hole. Rogers turnovers, poor special teams, out-coached/schemed.

The Ugly: of course the run defense or lack thereof. Poor tackling, not enough speed at mlb, Clark can't do it all- need better and deeper talent to play along side with- Lancaster and others aren't the answer. Falling flat in the big games, not ready for the plane trips West coast. Is it players not plays?

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Pack66's picture

January 21, 2020 at 06:52 pm

This seems familiar....

Remember when a fella' named Brett Favre BEGGED his IDIOT General Manager to sign some talent so that the Packers could COMPETE in the PLAYOFFS...(PLAYOFFS..????)

Remember when people here attacked said Favre for being a "prima-donna", "bigger than the team", "a traitor to the Sacred Order of the Green Bay Packers", etc, etc...AD NAUSEUM...???? REMEMBER...????

Why not the same treatment for RODGERS here, hypocrites?????

Et tu', Brute?

I'm going to posit a theory here....Favre and Rodgers are victims of the same BAD PACKER MANAGEMENT!!!!!!

Since these individuals are so GOOD, they cover a host of ills and get their teams to the Playoffs..(Playoffs..???) year in and year out, but they cannot paper over the deficiencies of the REST OF THE TEAM when trying to reach the SUPERBOWL....

This is a pattern that will happen over and over, until the Packers have a mediocre to good QB, and a better FOOTBALL TEAM...

(Now you all owe an APOLOGY to Mr. Brett Lorenzo FAVRE....get to ass kissin')

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