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If Packers lose this weekend... (2-4)

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That's right, the Green Bay Packers will be 2-4.... Does this make you feel better about our record? I mean, this is a team everyone expected to own people...

Especially with the way Rodgers performed last year. Don't want to turn this into a race thing, (I'm white) but I think Cam is taking way more grief for his performances than Rodgers is for his.

GB seemingly has the defense and obviously a potent Offense (see last year)

It just dawned on me that they'd be 2-4... Which honestly makes me feel better about where we're at as a franchise with a 2nd year QB and coaching staff.

Just trying to make myself feel better I guess

I'd love to hear y'alls thoughts though
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Still have one more win this us.
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.. we're terrible .. regardless of how many games GB wins .. maybe GB sucks too idk .. but either way .. we're still awful lol

hate to say it .. but it's true

.. and things just got much worse with Kalil going down for the season

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The Packers might be having a down year.


The Panthers are having a down existence.
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the reason this comparison is being made is because they went 15-1 last season and won it all the year before that. if the packers slump to 2-4 it'll be shocking to most onlookers

nobody bats an eye at us sucking because that's kind of how things have gone for this team for several years.

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hahahaha that sig is funny

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They're one regular ref from being 3-2. Most everyone looks bad against SF and Indy just exploded in an emotional win last week. They're a team that has had a really bad break and played a really good team for 2 of their loses. We just suck right now. So no them being 2-4 doesn't make me feel better.

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It doesn't make us any better if they're just less shitty.

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[quote name='capfolly' timestamp='1349999972' post='1944173']
They're one regular ref from being 3-2. Most everyone looks bad against SF and Indy just exploded in an emotional win last week. They're a team that has had a really bad break and played a really good team for 2 of their loses. We just suck right now. So no them being 2-4 doesn't make me feel better.
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They are not one 'regular' ref from being 3-2, if there were regular refs they would be 2-3 still... If you watched the whole game you would see the call that gave GB the only TD to put them ahead. That call was WORSE than the catch in the endzone, that one just happened to be at the end of the game. Seattle outplayed GB all game, and there were horrid calls both ways, if the game was called properly, Seattle would still come out on top. Thats not me being biased either, I admit the call was terrible. But def. not the worst call that game. Those scab refs almost cost the hawks a victory.

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[quote name='Hawkfanadam' timestamp='1350001146' post='1944189']

They are not one 'regular' ref from being 3-2, if there were regular refs they would be 2-3 still... If you watched the whole game you would see the call that gave GB the only TD to put them ahead. That call was WORSE than the catch in the endzone, that one just happened to be at the end of the game. Seattle outplayed GB all game, and there were horrid calls both ways, if the game was called properly, Seattle would still come out on top. Thats not me being biased either, I admit the call was terrible. But def. not the worst call that game. Those scab refs almost cost the hawks a victory.
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Worst call of the game was the defensive interference call on GB before that.

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[quote name='capfolly' timestamp='1350001486' post='1944197']

Worst call of the game was the defensive interference call on GB before that.
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I don't disagree with you there. But the PI call on Browner was worse than the TD, I mean honestly, it's a crapshoot. But bottom line is Seattle wouldn't have needed a drive if the game was called properly. If you look at the numbers, GB was flat outplayed, officiating made the game into a crapshoot

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too bad Cam couldnt hold Aaron Rodgers jock

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Didn't see the game. But have read and heard quite a bit about that game. That game was a driving force in getting the real refs back. And it was probably the worst called game of the short lived lives of replacement refs.

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what underachieving prestigious team were we comparing ourselves to at this time last year?

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honestly we have the talent to win. It's about calling a good game as a coach, making good decisions, and executing. We probably have a better offensive team then the Packers, we just don't use them correctly.

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No. Why the f**k should we? "Hey guys I know we're sh**, but lets compare ourselves to some other team. Now we should be excited again!". Always hated this stupid, asinine logic.
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The difference is we know GB has the ability to turn that around easily.

For us, it is becomming a trend, year after year with zero signs of turning it around. I'd take a decade of losing for a SB win.

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Most of you have made some good points one way or another. I understand both sides of the argument. I was just sitting here thinking... And if it happens, I think it's a pretty big story that GB would be 2-4... Regardless of our own record. I just wanted to add us into the mix as a conversation generator. It's easy for us to jump off the cliff, where GB fans are die hard. Just the difference between winning franchises and us

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moral victories are for losers.

just saying.
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Greenbay should be 3-2 anyway so meh.

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[quote name='Fox007' timestamp='1350004512' post='1944251']
Greenbay should be 3-2 anyway so meh.
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Kinda like we should be**** 3-2 right?

That's weak. Should be's don't count in this League... And I have zero pity for GB putting themselves in that situation anyways
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if my aunt had nuts, she'd be my uncle

if the bear didn't stop to take a poo, he would have caught the rabbit

and if I weren't so poor and ugly, I'd be nailing models on a regular basis


if!

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if the panthers were a properly run team, they'd be a winning team

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[quote name='R0CKnR0LLA' timestamp='1349998374' post='1944155']
The Packers might be having a down year.


The Panthers are having a down existence.
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Not to mention that whole thing about McCarthy showing hes capable of coaching his team to a Super Bowl while Rivera hasnt shown he's capable of coaching his team through basic situational football.

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