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It did, however, suck to see Donald Brown go down with a shoulder injury. Hopefully he's not out too long...



I hear ya. Brown has been outperforming Addai.

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Well Indy eeked out a win today in a tough game. Manning is the sh*t, best QB in the league.

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That favre-esque performance ought to shut some ungrateful green bay fans up! I found it rather stupid and disrespectful of the packers fans to greet the man who WAS the packers for over 15 years with a sea of boos. The guy broke his back for that city, sure that lil' retirement thing got on my nerves too, but to me it seems that the green bay fans forget about his achievements pretty quickly.

WAAAARRR FAVRE!!!

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Posted by D0wnUnd6e6r

That favre-esque performance ought to shut some ungrateful green bay fans up! I found it rather stupid and disrespectful of the packers fans to greet the man who WAS the packers for over 15 years. The guy broke his back for that city, sure that lil' retirement thing got on my nerves too, but to me it seems that the green bay fans forget about his achievements pretty quickly.

WAAAARRR FAVRE!!!



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How bout them Texans



Theyre in for a beating next week when the play Indianapolis.

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Posted by D0wnUnd6e6r

That favre-esque performance ought to shut some ungrateful green bay fans up! I found it rather stupid and disrespectful of the packers fans to greet the man who WAS the packers for over 15 years with a sea of boos. The guy broke his back for that city, sure that lil' retirement thing got on my nerves too, but to me it seems that the green bay fans forget about his achievements pretty quickly.

WAAAARRR FAVRE!!!



how dare you!!!!!

actually i think it would have been nice if the fans cheered for him at first and then booed the rest of the game, but people here are packer fans first and foremost and many of us are still gutted seeing him in purple. it was hard to see him at lambeau in a viqueens uniform, and even harder to see him win the game. a lot of us are still favre fans, just not fans of him currently, but i think once he retires things will be better between him and packer fans.

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Posted by D0wnUnd6e6r

That favre-esque performance ought to shut some ungrateful green bay fans up! I found it rather stupid and disrespectful of the packers fans to greet the man who WAS the packers for over 15 years with a sea of boos. The guy broke his back for that city, sure that lil' retirement thing got on my nerves too, but to me it seems that the green bay fans forget about his achievements pretty quickly.

WAAAARRR FAVRE!!!



how dare you!!!!!

actually i think it would have been nice if the fans cheered for him at first and then booed the rest of the game, but people here are packer fans first and foremost and many of us are still gutted seeing him in purple. it was hard to see him at lambeau in a viqueens uniform, and even harder to see him win the game. a lot of us are still favre fans, just not fans of him currently, but i think once he retires things will be better between him and packer fans.



How dare I ? I just thought and still stick with my affirmation that booing the man who carried the team for 16 years is a lil' disrespectful. By no means am I a vikings or a packers fan, I just always enjoyed watching Favre play the game. As you said, it would be unrealistic to say I wouldve liked the cheering to go for the entire game cause well I didn't really wanna see that, but at least give the guy a lil' love when entering the field. I meen he did give you guys (assuming your a packers fan...) the best years of his life, so yes, a lil' show of respect wouldve been nice to see IMO

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i was kidding when i said how dare you man. im not so diluted as some fans to think he owed us something, but after giving all those years he jumped ship to the vikes out of spite more than anything else and thats why they were the only team on his radar for a comeback. sure he knows the system, but he wanted to stick it to the GM ted thompson more than anything else. ill always be a fan, but i still hate seeing him play anywhere else much less our biggest rivals.

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all i have to say is Super Bowl Champs- Saints!!!!!!!!!!!!

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In a period of 4 days, the following Colts have been declared done for the season...

Tyjuan Hagler
Marlin Jackson
Bob Sanders

3 f'ing starters. I'm not surprised about Bob "The Figurine" Sanders but damn...3 in one week?

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Posted by emfleek

In a period of 4 days, the following Colts have been declared done for the season...

Tyjuan Hagler
Marlin Jackson
Bob Sanders

3 f'ing starters. I'm not surprised about Bob "The Figurine" Sanders but damn...3 in one week?




Just what the Texans wanted to hear

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NFC playoffs
East: Philly
North: Vikings
West:: 49ers
South:Saints
Wildard: Falcons 11-5


AFC Playoffs
East: Patriots
North: Ravens
West: Broncos
South:Houston
Wildcard: Pittsburgh


00.5% of Steelers vs Cardinals superbowl rematch....Falcons/New Orleans vs Baltimore/Pittsburgh for the superbowl

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NFC playoffs
East: Philly
North: Vikings
West:: 49ers
South:Saints
Wildard: Falcons 11-5


AFC Playoffs
East: Patriots
North: Ravens
West: Broncos
South:Houston
Wildcard: Pittsburgh


00.5% of Steelers vs Cardinals superbowl rematch....Falcons/New Orleans vs Baltimore/Pittsburgh for the superbowl



no offense, but everyone else made their predictions before the seasons Are we going mid-season picks now or something?

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Posted by mkiv9secsupra

NFC playoffs
East: Philly
North: Vikings
West:: 49ers
South:Saints
Wildard: Falcons 11-5


AFC Playoffs
East: Patriots
North: Ravens
West: Broncos
South:Houston
Wildcard: Pittsburgh


00.5% of Steelers vs Cardinals superbowl rematch....Falcons/New Orleans vs Baltimore/Pittsburgh for the superbowl



no offense, but everyone else made their predictions before the seasons Are we going mid-season picks now or something?



i posted my preseason picks as well. i think its about time to post the midseason picks. the season is halfway over after today

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