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

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Worst call of the game was the defensive interference call on GB before that.

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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Greenbay should be 3-2 anyway so meh.

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