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Tough loss but the Packers have Lacy and the best QB in the league. I don't think they slow down much. Rodgers will just spread it around more.

That was my thought too. Rodgers could get the job done even if he had Troy Williamson, Kent Hrbek, Lucy Liu, and Norm Peterson as his WRs.

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Well, I will agree with 4 of your 5. But not Troy "stone hands" Williamson. Even Rodgers couldn't help him. :D

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Well, I will agree with 4 of your 5. But not Troy "stone hands" Williamson. Even Rodgers couldn't help him. :D


He could catch with his face mask.

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Skol Vikings. :smilevike:


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Skol Vikings. :smilevike:


I dont think injuries to a division rival are worthy of a battle cry.

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Positive things for your team isn't worthy of a battle cry? :confused:


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DO NOT FEED.


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Positive things for your team isn't worthy of a battle cry? :confused:


:roll: Nah, celebrating injuries is rather pathetic actually.

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Positive things for your team isn't worthy of a battle cry? :confused:


:roll: Nah, celebrating injuries is rather pathetic actually.


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I'm celebrating a positive for my team. :mrgreen:

Don't project your negativity onto me bro.


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Demi wrote:
I'm celebrating a positive for my team. :mrgreen:

Don't project your negativity onto me bro.


Okay, you've celebrated. Please contribute something more substantial to the thread or move along.


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I'm celebrating a positive for my team. :mrgreen:

Don't project your negativity onto me bro.


Okay, you've celebrated. Please contribute something more substantial to the thread or move along.


I am not happy that he got injured by any means, in fact he and Rogers are both class acts. But what some fans and lot's of my Viking friends are happy that a key player on our most hated rival team won't be playing and putting up his regular great numbers against the Vikes.
I am sure not many of the of the Packer fan base were sad to see AD go down with his knee injury or his suspension.

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I am not happy that he got injured by any means, in fact he and Rogers are both class acts. But what some fans and lot's of my Viking friends are happy that a key player on our most hated rival team won't be playing and putting up his regular great numbers against the Vikes.
I am sure not many of the of the Packer fan base were sad to see AD go down with his knee injury or his suspension.


Yeah Jordy Nelson seems to be a really cool guy, and I wish him the best. I want the Vikings to win very badly, I wish
it was them beating Nelson and Rodgers, versus him being hurt. I am hoping our defense and offense improve so much;
we win three superbowls in Teddy's career. I know that would be historic thing, and there are six or seven teams that
are in the mix every year.

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Demi wrote:
I'm celebrating a positive for my team. :mrgreen:

Don't project your negativity onto me bro.


Celebrate on pal, I certainly cant stop you.

But just a heads up, rejoicing over injuries is typically regarded as juvinile and rather undignified in most circles. :thumbsup:

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Jordysghost wrote:
Demi wrote:
I'm celebrating a positive for my team. :mrgreen:

Don't project your negativity onto me bro.


Celebrate on pal, I certainly cant stop you.

But just a heads up, rejoicing over injuries is typically regarded as juvinile and rather undignified in most circles. [emoji106]

Alright boys, drop it please. Thankfully most people who visit the board know that the vast majority of us are mature and are here to talk real football talk.

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Jordysghost wrote:
Demi wrote:
I'm celebrating a positive for my team. :mrgreen:

Don't project your negativity onto me bro.


Celebrate on pal, I certainly cant stop you.

But just a heads up, rejoicing over injuries is typically regarded as juvinile and rather undignified in most circles. :thumbsup:


There are plenty of people who would say football itself is juvenile and undignified.
A bunch of grown men in uniforms playing a game.
I'm not celebrating a player being injured, I'm celebrating the result being a positive for the team I cheer for.

As far as "he's a great guy", you hear it for players on the team you cheer for, and players on other teams, I watch football. I cheer for the Vikings. Some people take this stuff way too personally...


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Demi wrote:
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Demi wrote:
I'm celebrating a positive for my team. :mrgreen:

Don't project your negativity onto me bro.


Celebrate on pal, I certainly cant stop you.

But just a heads up, rejoicing over injuries is typically regarded as juvinile and rather undignified in most circles. :thumbsup:


There are plenty of people who would say football itself is juvenile and undignified.
A bunch of grown men in uniforms playing a game.
I'm not celebrating a player being injured, I'm celebrating the result being a positive for the team I cheer for.

As far as "he's a great guy", you hear it for players on the team you cheer for, and players on other teams, I watch football. I cheer for the Vikings. Some people take this stuff way too personally...


Enough. You've repeatedly made the same point and everybody gets it. Now please contribute something else to the thread or move on.


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