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    Quote Originally Posted by Ortizer View Post
    Of course the sales guy is focusing on the marketing aspect. ;)

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    it's NFL gold. Every time they fail to convert - zoom in on AR face. It's a season of NFL drama for the fans
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gjennings85 View Post
    Doing well, just got home from The Pro Football Hall of Fame in Ohio, Baseball Hall if Fame in Cooperstown and went to Philly. Then went to Gettysburg and Niagara Falls.
    That is one damn sweet trip. I'm sure you enjoyed it. Ain't America grand? ... Bc





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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    it's NFL gold. Every time they fail to convert - zoom in on AR face. It's a season of NFL drama for the fans
    There always are conspiracy theories the NFL is scripted to some extent. This does kind of play like a WWE feud.

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    he's running through his list of issues now...

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    Re: The Rodgers Situation

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    he's running through his list of issues now...

    Those are critical Boykin blocking stats he is reading.





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    So, I support Simone Biles as having legitimate reasons to withdraw. I think she is under real stress. But now that Aaron the Complicated has defended her I am wondering if I am wrong. :)





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    Re: The Rodgers Situation

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    he's running through his list of issues now...






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    Re: The Rodgers Situation

    Quote Originally Posted by xiao_ke View Post





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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Silver View Post
    Those are critical Boykin blocking stats he is reading.
    LOL Rodgers is like “look what the Ravens did for their QB. They went out and got a blocking WR, a Miles Boykin. I mean, just look at the GIFs”





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    Quote Originally Posted by Ortizer View Post
    But if his goal is to win super bowls, over more dollars, that is a consolation prize rather than what he's after when the team doesn't appear all in.
    The Packers are preparing for life after Rodger, just as they did when they drafted him prepping for life after Favre. IMO, he's frustrated that they didn't make it last year and I can understand that, but to me he's acting like a spoiled brat. I saw an interview he did recently where he was criticizing 'this and that' about moves (or non-moves) the team made. I hate to break the news to him, but he's not the GM. I may be in the minority, but I don't have one drop of sorrow for this poor baby... Bc





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    Quote Originally Posted by BcRaven View Post
    The Packers are preparing for life after Rodger, just as they did when they drafted him prepping for life after Favre. IMO, he's frustrated that they didn't make it last year and I can understand that, but to me he's acting like a spoiled brat. I saw an interview he did recently where he was criticizing 'this and that' about moves (or non-moves) the team made. I hate to break the news to him, but he's not the GM. I may be in the minority, but I don't have one drop of sorrow for this poor baby... Bc
    He said as much, he said he wasn't the victim. He admitted he got paid a lot of money. Just because your the GM doesn't make you bullet proof, there are plenty of GM's out of work who would have been better suited had they listened to their star players. Even Ray Lewis whined about Ozzie not getting him beef upfront. The Ravens drafted Haloti Ngata right after. Don't act like this is a rare thing. Few years from now when he is putting on a Gold Jacket and Brian Gutekunst is working in some other position for some other team because he REACHED on Jordon Love who is not going to be the next Patrick Mahomes, everyone will say Rodgers was right to be pissed.





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