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Without a Roughing the Rodgers call, Packers would have lost

Posted: Sun Nov 01, 2015 11:15 pm
by Hunter Morrow
By 30+ points to a team the Vikings took to the limit.

Now you know how it feels to get totally blown out in prime time, baby.

The NFC North is nothing special at all. Every team was a big preseason hype job.
They all have their own glaring weaknesses.

Re: Without a Roughing the Rodgers call, Packers would have

Posted: Sun Nov 01, 2015 11:28 pm
by PurpleMustReign
And that roughing call was completely bogus.

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Re: Without a Roughing the Rodgers call, Packers would have

Posted: Sun Nov 01, 2015 11:34 pm
by Hunter Morrow
Their best win of the season is the Rams. Everybody else was a struggle job or at .500 or below

2-5 Bears
4-4 Seahawks
3-5 Chiefs
2-6 49ers
4-3 Rams
2-6 Chargers

I will call it right now and say the Panthers win this Monday night and beat the Packers as well.

The Packers are really lucky to be playing in a crummy division on a pretty soft schedule the way things have shaken out.

It will be pretty appropriate for this Paper Tiger to lose to Carolina next week. sham team! SHAM TEAM

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Re: Without a Roughing the Rodgers call, Packers would have

Posted: Mon Nov 02, 2015 8:44 am
by Raptorman
PurpleMustReign wrote:And that roughing call was completely bogus.

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Actually, after watching it several time I figured out why it was called. He hit Rodgers head with his left forearm. It wasn't much, but anytime you hit a QB in the head, it's going to get called. Well most anytime.......

Re: Without a Roughing the Rodgers call, Packers would have

Posted: Mon Nov 02, 2015 9:36 am
by Purple bruise
Where is our resident Packer fan. A really bad butt kicking and nothing to be heard from him :lol: :lol: :lol:

Re: Without a Roughing the Rodgers call, Packers would have

Posted: Mon Nov 02, 2015 9:47 am
by Crax
He got the 24 hour ban yesterday

Re: Without a Roughing the Rodgers call, Packers would have

Posted: Mon Nov 02, 2015 11:37 am
by Hunter Morrow
There was a point early on in the game where it looked like if the refs gave a whole heapin' helpin' of hand outs to the Packers so it could still be a "close one." 9/86 penalties against Denver, 1/5 against the Packers in the same time frame. It's totally legitimate to say the refs spotted the Packers a full touchdown. Now, many of the Broncos penalties were legitimate, but 4 first downs via penalties. The Packers, by contrast, were 2 penalties for 15 yards in the whole game. I find that almost impossible to believe, especially given the passing game woes. No lineman held, got a little handysy, threw an illegal block? Their defense and special teams played 4 full quarters of football without a penalty? Really? I don't think so! You know that is bogus with how the passing game is privileged heavily over defense!

Reffing like this is why so many people, myself included, have checked out on the NBA.

Re: Without a Roughing the Rodgers call, Packers would have

Posted: Mon Nov 02, 2015 6:08 pm
by DK Sweets
Hunter, I think you're being pretty biased. Teams aren't penalized at the same frequency because they don't commit penalties at the same frequency. If you have specific examples, I'm willing to listen to it, but right now your argument sounds flimsy.

Re: Without a Roughing the Rodgers call, Packers would have

Posted: Mon Nov 02, 2015 9:01 pm
by Hunter Morrow
So the Packers were getting a butt whooping and there wasn't a single penalty on their defense or special teams?

Bull. It is like how Lebron James can play hundreds of minutes without a single whistle. Some teams are made out to be stars and they dont get the flags when they could. Like the Saints would go games with 70 pass attempts and not a single hands to the face, holding or illegal block on the line. Sure, if you believe that I got some real estate and natural wonders of the world to sell you.

In a hyped up prime time game with two undefeated top franchises, there was explicit or implicit pressure to swallow the whistle to keep the Packers in it.

We already have one major league riddled rotten with this behavior with the showboat "star" refs, the NBA. I just don't see why the NFL would be different.

Re: Without a Roughing the Rodgers call, Packers would have

Posted: Mon Nov 02, 2015 9:54 pm
by DK Sweets
DK Sweets wrote:Hunter, I think you're being pretty biased. Teams aren't penalized at the same frequency because they don't commit penalties at the same frequency. If you have specific examples, I'm willing to listen to it, but right now your argument sounds flimsy.

Re: Without a Roughing the Rodgers call, Packers would have

Posted: Tue Nov 03, 2015 4:44 am
by Jordysghost
Hunter Morrow wrote:So the Packers were getting a butt whooping and there wasn't a single penalty on their defense or special teams?

Bull. It is like how Lebron James can play hundreds of minutes without a single whistle. Some teams are made out to be stars and they dont get the flags when they could. Like the Saints would go games with 70 pass attempts and not a single hands to the face, holding or illegal block on the line. Sure, if you believe that I got some real estate and natural wonders of the world to sell you.

In a hyped up prime time game with two undefeated top franchises, there was explicit or implicit pressure to swallow the whistle to keep the Packers in it.

We already have one major league riddled rotten with this behavior with the showboat "star" refs, the NBA. I just don't see why the NFL would be different.

Oh my god do you do anything but nitpick calls and cry about them? He took a forearm to the head, its seriously embarrassing how desperate you are to believe the Packers get some kind of unfair treatment.

Re: Without a Roughing the Rodgers call, Packers would have

Posted: Tue Nov 03, 2015 4:45 am
by Jordysghost
Hunter Morrow wrote:By 30+ points to a team the Vikings took to the limit.

Now you know how it feels to get totally blown out in prime time, baby.

The NFC North is nothing special at all. Every team was a big preseason hype job.
They all have their own glaring weaknesses.

Actually no, we are still 6-1 and one of the best teams in the league, despite being wrecked with injuries.

As long as we have Rodgers, we will always be 'special', and not in the way you try so hard to believe.

Re: Without a Roughing the Rodgers call, Packers would have

Posted: Tue Nov 03, 2015 4:51 am
by Jordysghost
Hunter Morrow wrote:Their best win of the season is the Rams. Everybody else was a struggle job or at .500 or below

2-5 Bears
4-4 Seahawks
3-5 Chiefs
2-6 49ers
4-3 Rams
2-6 Chargers

I will call it right now and say the Panthers win this Monday night and beat the Packers as well.

The Packers are really lucky to be playing in a crummy division on a pretty soft schedule the way things have shaken out.

It will be pretty appropriate for this Paper Tiger to lose to Carolina next week. sham team! SHAM TEAM

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Lmao are you kidding? We are 6-1 and lost in one of the hardest places to play in the league, and we are as injury stricken as they come.

Your wishful thinking means nothing, we will likely roll to an easy Division Title.. again. With a perfect record at home.. again. We have Aaron Rodgers, we will easily bounce back from this and end up around 14-2 13-3, likely with HFA after we put the Panthers in their place next week.

Re: Without a Roughing the Rodgers call, Packers would have

Posted: Tue Nov 03, 2015 4:54 am
by Jordysghost
Hunter Morrow wrote:There was a point early on in the game where it looked like if the refs gave a whole heapin' helpin' of hand outs to the Packers so it could still be a "close one." 9/86 penalties against Denver, 1/5 against the Packers in the same time frame. It's totally legitimate to say the refs spotted the Packers a full touchdown. Now, many of the Broncos penalties were legitimate, but 4 first downs via penalties. The Packers, by contrast, were 2 penalties for 15 yards in the whole game. I find that almost impossible to believe, especially given the passing game woes. No lineman held, got a little handysy, threw an illegal block? Their defense and special teams played 4 full quarters of football without a penalty? Really? I don't think so! You know that is bogus with how the passing game is privileged heavily over defense!

Reffing like this is why so many people, myself included, have checked out on the NBA.
Your argument is invalid considering the Packers had a lower rated passing game then the Broncos going into the game.

Please do research so that you may have statistics to back you up.

Re: Without a Roughing the Rodgers call, Packers would have

Posted: Tue Nov 03, 2015 4:55 am
by Jordysghost
Purple bruise wrote:Where is our resident Packer fan. A really bad butt kicking and nothing to be heard from him :lol: :lol: :lol:
I received a 24 hour ban, otherwise I would have been right there with you.