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Sunday, October 02, 2011           

Speak Out Speak Off...

      Packers Stomp Donkeys Into The Dust 49-23


We all saw it. Green Bay romps past the Denver Broncos and improves their undefeated record to 4-0.

We all saw Pack QB Aaron Rodgers toss 4 TD's to each of his WR's, 1st it was a 50 yarder to Jordy Nelson, then 17 yards to Greg Jennings, then 16 yards to James Jones, and last but not least, an 8 yard toss to Donald Driver. We all saw Rodgers then rush for 2 TD's, and with the 408 yards passing, Aaron became the first NFL Player to throw for over 400 yards, throw for 4 TD's, and run for 2 TD's, and wow. Add in CB Charles Woodson's 11th career INT returned for a TD, and it's a WOW! Packers drop 49 points on a struggling Denver D and the game was over before anyone had a chance to get to their 4th beer.

What can you say, we all knew that the Broncos were over-matched against Green Bay and that's exactly what was delivered to us cheeseheads, a blow-out win by the Green 'N Gold. Go Pack Go!!!

BeerKid - Always Pack 4 Life!

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A little assessment of our friends:   The Vikings are headed for 1-15 and 0-6 in the division at this rate. McNabb is easily matching 2010 Favre levels of awfulness. I almost feel bad for their fans having to watch us dismember them on MNF. And then I don't when I remember their behavior in 2009-10. They deserve what they're getting because of that.

Bears are meh and Jay Cutler's going to be seriously injured if he keeps taking a beating like he has. We'll clobber them at home easily.

Lions...uh well, I don't know how they'll hold up down the stretch, but our Thanksgiving game could be an epic battle.

Mike
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Hey Packer Palace Nation,

For the vikings, the saying "Keep the dream alive, go O-for-5", doesn't only apply to their next super bowl appearance, but also this weeks upcoming loss to the redbirds!

BBBBWWWWHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

Boz
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I have something fairly ominous to say fellow Packer Nation. I've noticed that when another team disrepects the Pack and tries to don the "Belt" that they fall and fail.

Case in point - Divisional Round of the Playoffs in Atlanta. 3rd qtr, Abraham sacks Rodgers and dons the "Belt" while exibiting contemptuous behavior. Atlanta falls and fails hard.

Same again in the NFC Championship - The Bears fall and fail after the "Belt" is attempted to be worn in contempt. Now I forget who tried that, I need to review the tape and watch.

And again - Graham, receiver for the New Orleans Saints tries to don the "Belt" while sporting a, shall we say less than gentlemanly attitude. The Saints fall and fail.

It will be interesting to see in the upcoming games if this holds true. You notice that Aaron donned the Belt against the Donkeys and the Packers flew high and true.

It's as I've said before - The Belt is for contenders, NOT pretenders.

Mickel
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Well A-Rod was a one man wreaking crew Sunday 6TD's 400 yards passing and 31 yards rushing. So can we just get it over with and name Rodgers the MVP already , this is just a thought but given the games we have left to play i really think the Pack have a shot at a 14 - 2 or maybe even a 15 - 1 record our offense is just that good it is almost insane the amount of talent we have on offense.

GO PACK BACK 2 BACK

Dan.S
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couple of things......1st, Jordy Nelson.....this ain't your parents Bill Schroeder.

2nd.......408 yds. with 4 td's and then running for 2 more are you f*cking kidding me, he ain't no cam newton but this Rodgers kid is pretty good.

3rd.......PACKERS 4-0, Brewers take 2 from the dildobacks and Badgers pummel nebraska........it doesn't get much better, oh, and queens 0-4 beautiful!!!!!!!!

vikingcrusher
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Oh,man! The donkeys were crushed. The Packers are a freight train! Who dares to stand on the tracks? What a great weekend for WI sports fans!

NoDakPacMan
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As predicted, lovely win against the Broncs. Our defense has been slack this season, but 4-0 makes it easy to overlook that as well as the hordes of delusional Loins fans who've emerged from the woodwork.

It's amazing how relaxed and dream-like this season is considering that at this time last year, we were calling for Mike McCarthy's head.

Mike
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GREAT JOB PACK - NICE JOB AARON !

K9UP
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Check out these commercials with Aaron Rodgers - they're too funny (especially the beauty parlor one with the bearfan lady). Click on the tv in the link to play the commercials:

https://www.associatedbank.com/aaronrodgers

Here's an article about the commercials:

http://www.jsonline.com/news/wisconsin/edith-scores-with-packers-fans-in-ads-with-rodgers-130954138.html

GO PACK!!

#66 Chica
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OK the Bears still suck. That play they made towards the end of the game was pretty clever. Can anybody explain the call? #29? Kind of leaves me with a sour taste. I would like to win fair and square. The Packers covered due to that call. Green and Gold since 3 years old. (that would be 67') That play was pretty much ignored on TV. I hate that kind of stuff.

Scott in Souptown
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This week's annoyance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDUf-6Z62Wk

Keg Man
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Broncos coming up next. Should be an easy win.

Mike
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Bigfoot Caught On Tape!   -   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpXDxBT3evo&feature=youtube_gdata_player

Boz
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Quoth Lombardi...

   "Leaders are made, they are not born. They are made by hard effort, which is the price which all of us must pay to achieve any goal that is worthwhile."
Posted by BeerKid / 10:40 PM


Tuesday, October 04, 2011           

Curly Bails Out Green Bay...
Here's something I found while perusing our website statistics page... wondering who was hot-linking to an old photo of Curly Lambeau that either BeerScout or myself had used previously.

Curly Bails Out Green Bay



An old story about the beginnings of Packers football. Although it's a short tale, there are 10 pages of other "Interesting Football Stories" from the guys at Golden Football Rankings that covers both Pro and College.

Some interesting things from the past... Definitely worth your time.

BeerKid - Always Pack 4 Life!
Posted by BeerKid / 12:12 PM


Photo's By Roemer...
So while searching for Packers cheerleaders I came across a devoted Packers fan who just happens to take some really great photo's - mostly at Packer home games - but found him and his website interesting enough to share with the rest of you.

Mike Roemer Photo



He took some pretty cool pictures from the Packers-Broncos game last Sunday that you should checkout.

BeerKid - Always Pack 4 Life!
Posted by BeerKid / 12:22 PM


Blast From The Past...


Angry
Cows!

2010

Giblets
and Gravy

2010

Eat Mor Falkin!
Chik-Fil-Eh

2008

Posted by BeerKid / 12:42 PM


Thursday, October 06, 2011           

This Week At The Rockwood Lodge...

Maybe not so much for Atlanta, but for the Packers it's...

The Big Year

   Available as a QT Movie for Mobile
Posted by BeerKid / 8:58 AM


Friday, October 07, 2011           

Behold, The Power Of The Cheesehead...

"The message is aimed at Packer fans, average Joes, who maybe eat a little too much cheese and dairy, get overweight -- it's just not healthy."

"Cheesehead" on Grim Reaper removed from Wisconsin billboard

*** Special thanks to the talents of Joe Heller for capturing this cheesey controversy exactly right.
Posted by BeerKid / 1:30 PM


Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  Are the Packers going to go into Atlanta and beat the Falcons this Sunday night?
A:  Reply Hazy, Try Again.

Q:  Are the Falcons going to get their revenge and win against the Packers October 9th in Georgia?
A:  Very Doubtful.

Magic Gold G-Ball

No one reads an inksplotch better than I, and this one... heh, this one clearly states the Packers will control the game and outscore the Falcons in a wild unpredictable game with far-reaching consequences for the NFC playoffs.

Packers win 38-31 and improve their record to 5-0.

Rory T. Est

Can the Falcons control the game by running the ball and keeping QB Aaron Rodgers and the Packers high-scoring offense off the field? No, not really. Will the Packers defense show up and finally start shutting opposing offense down like we saw last year? Well, maybe.

My guess is that the Packers do start playing football like the defending SB-XLV Champs that they are, and go down into Atlanta and hand the Falcons their asses on a plate. Packers win 34-24 with the Birds scoring a TD late to make it look close.

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 7:07 PM


Spew Out Spew Off...

QB Warning:   Cheeseheads Can Sack Your Health!   Go.Pack.Go!

BeerScout

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Fresh from Hollywood:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EV8G8sw8s2c

KEG MAN
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I think BK took my remarks just a little bit out of context. I personally don't care in the least about Denver and just consider them another game on the schedule. I just got the impression from the posts on here that there's still lingering resentment towards them among some Packers fans (as opposed to mere smack-talk) But hey, why be mad? That Super Bowl was over a decade ago and all the players from those teams are long gone.

If anyone is out for revenge, it's the Falcons next Sunday because of what happened in the playoffs. They're going to fight us hard, so let's hope the Pack are ready for this tough road game.

My prediction: Packers 23, Falcons 20.

Mike


Hey Mike, yeah OK, I did jump on you a little quicker and heavier than warranted... I thought maybe you were missing the obvious subtlety that that's all we do here is rant about the Packers opponents, especially when they're down on the ground and floundering... like the Broncos, and more importantly, like the Vikings. Cheers!   BK
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Must be really desperate over the bridges to MN when they start putting up signs like this   >>>>>>>>>>

But I sure am enjoying their season !!

Lemondrop
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Buncha anti-Broncos postings on here. Guess a lot of Packer fans haven't forgotten that we lost a SB to them once.

Regarding Favre's comments, I think three seasons to win it all was entirely reasonable. 2008 AR was too inexperienced and we had no defense. 09 we were a lot better, but still no defense. You have to remember that he inherited a team that had just been to the NFC Championship and had been a reliable playoff contender for the last decade. By comparison, Brett arrived at a time when we'd sucked for 20 years. The team that he won the SB with in 96 had to be built from the ground up, a very different situation from what Aaron had.

Mike


Well Mike, seeing the Donkeys beat us 13 years ago in SB-32... How long must we wait before we can talk smack about an opponent? By your measuring stick, we can't talk smack about duh Bears since they beat us once early last year, can't talk smack about the Vikequeens 'cuz BF+Vikes beat us twice 2 years ago. So how long must we wait before we disparage a team we don't like? For me personally, it's about a 12 hours.   BK
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Packers WR Greg Jennings gets the final words on the "Brett Favre Said What" mini-controversy...

    But we played with Brett, we had success with Brett. We didn't go all the way with Brett, but we did with Aaron. I think that kind of speaks for itself.

    Greg Jennings chimes in on Favre's remarks

BeerKid
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So. Favre thinks ARodg should've won the SB sooner - http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/sports/131072208.html

Do we really have to put this DICK in the Ring of Honor??

#66 Chica


Hey #66 Chica, I really don't think that BF said anything beyond the pale... they ask his opinion, and he gives it in his usual long-meandering style, and hell, it's no big deal.   BK
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Found the link for you to listen for yourselves.

Brett talking to media about Rodgers/Packers in the news AGAIN!

Audio: http://media.790thezone.com/Podcasts/1773/Brett_Favre_10-4-11.mp3

Bronco jumping, Wisconsin style!   >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Funny Bronco fan post about who’s going to game in Green Bay !


Lemondrop


Hey Lemondrop, ha-ha-ha (about the Bronco fan quote) and thanks for the BF audio replay, in case some haven't heard about it... yet.   BK
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Damn...RIP Steve   - http://www.apple.com/stevejobs/ -   You've made a lot of products that have created a lot of fun for me!

Beerscout
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The pot Nazis are corrupt and their lies are obvious. Legislate a non-toxic plant that's been around for a few million years? Hey, let's spend federal tax money to kill jobs (and a vibrant industry) in California!

Yeah, I'd go there...Morons!

Beerscout
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Quoth Lombardi...

   "Some of us will do our jobs well and some will not, but we will be judged by only one thing-the result."
Posted by BeerKid / 10:50 PM


Saturday, October 08, 2011           

They Say It's Your Birthday...

You say it's your birthday   It's my birthday too -- yeah...
They say it's your birthday   We're gonna have a good time.

Yes we're going to a Packers party party. Birthday.
Yes we're going to a Packers party party. Birthday.

They say it's your birthday   We're gonna have a good time.

17 years! Yup, Packer Palace has been around in some form for 17 years. Happy Anniversary, Happy Birthday, We know we're gonna continue to have a great time! Go Pack Go!

BeerKid - Ice Cream and B-Day Cake for Life!



Happy BDay   ...to you!

BeerScout
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Happy 5-0 Beer Kid! Hope it was a good one

U-no-hoo
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BeerKid! Happy BDay!

Neal
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Happy Birthday BeerKid

Fat Oak
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I wanted to wish BeerKid and PACKER PALACE a belated Happy Birthday & Anniversary!!

Packer Paul - Minneapolis, MN.
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I hope you had your fill of beer on your birthday.

fbg3
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Happy Birthday !! Oh to be 17 again

PACKER PALACE FOREVER

Lemondrop
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Happy Birthday to my brother BeerKid! Love you!

B
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Happy Birthday Beer Kid. Welcome to the club.

Keg Man
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Happy Bday BeerKid

C "T" N
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Happy Bday PackerPalace!

Lady K
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Posted by BeerKid / 7:26 PM


Monday, October 10, 2011           

Speak Out Spew Off...

        Packers Eventually Slam-Down Falcons 25-14


...and improve their NFL best record to 5-0 and occupy 1st place in the NFC North division by themselves. The Packers started slow, again, got down 14-0 and then started the slow crawl back, 3 FG's made it 14-9, and then finally the big pass to WR James Jones for 70 yards and the go ahead TD, followed up with another TD toss to WR Greg Jennings and then finally to cap-off the scoring, K Mason Crosby added his 4th FG for the final score of 25-14.

Birds down, way down. Ha Ha Hahah ha.

Now we wait for the duh Bears vs Lions matchup tonight in Detroit and... gulp, can't believe I'm going to say this, but Go Bears! Go Bears! GO BEARS!!!

BeerKid - Always Pack 4 Life!

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Finley won't keep dropping passes (I'm hopeful) Anybody know how to get in on the stock shares coming up, I missed out in 97.......

vikingcrusher
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Guess the Better team Lost again ... Huh RODDY WHITE ?? LOL

Aaron
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17 years of Packer Palace? Fantastic. I remember finding your website many years ago - I've been enslaved by she who must be obeyed for 8 years now so it must be at least 13 years ago. Fantastic job! And, please keep it up!

Keg Man
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GO PACK GO - ALL THE WAY !

K9UP
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Nice win. We didn't play at our best, but we did enough to beat Atlanta. But drat it, the Loins are now ahead of us due to their division record. Cake game against the Rams coming up next.

Mike
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@ billyboy........Finley had 3 T.D.'S against duh bears and is the best tight end in the league.......GO PACK GO!!!!!!! let's beat the rams and go to 6-0.........

vikingcrusher


Hey vikingcrusher... I agree with billyboy a little bit, if #88 keeps dropping TD passes they won't be calling him best in the league at anything.

BK
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whats up with #88.....just catch the ball!!!!! go packers..........

billyboy
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The term "DIRTYbirds" has never been more apropos. This quote from Raji says it best - GO PACK!! Onward to beat the Lambs!!
    Raji was the sharpest critic.

    "Great teams don't indulge in the kind of cheap stuff the Falcons do," Raji said. "We're the champions and we play that way. We walk away from the stuff they pull. These guys are coached to play after the whistle."

    "I don't know what the deal is. I think it's a lack of talent on their part. We didn't worry about any of that. We came out and played our game."
http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/sports/131436523.html

#66 Chica


Hey #66 Chica, I liked Ryan Pickett's quote too - "They call it playing physical. But it’s after the whistle. It’s not physical. We know it watching tape that they like to hit after the whistle. You have to watching yourself around the piles."

BK
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Cheers to Packer announcer LM for acknowledging the dirtballs on the other team on the postgame show. I'm sure other folks noticed too. Hard not to!

Scott in Souptown
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5-0!!! Yeah baby!

Lady K
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Quoth Lombardi...

   "Some people try to find things in this game that don't exist but football is only two things - blocking and tackling."
Posted by BeerKid / 11:22 PM


Wednesday, October 12, 2011           

Blast From The Past...


Blitz
Bowl

2007

Ram
Blitz!

2006

Green Bay
Smoked Ram

2003

Posted by BeerKid / 1:23 PM


Wisconsin Football Is An Affray...

Looking for some old Packer stuff, and I noticed that they used the word "Affray" in a Stevens Point vs Wisconsin Rapids football game advertisement in the Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune newspaper from their Friday November 11th 1927 edition.

Looked it up.... "affray" is a public order offence consisting of the fighting of two or more persons in a public place to the terror of ordinary people.

Love it! Old-Time Wisconsin Football Is An Affray...


The Two Elevens Are Evenly Matched, So The Affray Will Be A Thriller - Don't Miss It!


BeerScout

   

Thursday, October 13, 2011           

This Week At The Rockwood Lodge...

Let The Goat Take You For A Blitz Bock Beer Ride In...

Rams Beerstein umm Beerstein

   Available as a QT Movie for Mobile
Posted by BeerKid / 1:01 PM


Friday, October 14, 2011           

Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  In the upcoming game between the unbeaten Green Bay Packers and the winless St. Louis Rams at Lambeau Field, will the Rams be able to keep the final score within 21 points?

A:  My Sources Say No.

Magic Gold G-Ball

The Packers are healthy (except for OT Chad Clifton - ably replaced with Marshall Newhouse) and cruising along at 5-0. The Rams are beaten up beyond the usual for NFL teams, with plans to start former Packer LB Brady Poppinga and CB Al Harris. This usually adds up and points to a blow-out game and a part of me wants to suggest a 51-3 final score.

Although Packer head coach Mike McCarthy has played conservative before and suggesting that he has a new "pedal to the metal" attitude towards the offense this year. I'm seeing a more conservative game plan from him this Sunday. More running with James Starks and Ryan Grant, more play from backup players in most positions on the defense to keep the starters healthy, more punting and establishing more control of the game clock. So it should be more like a 30-14 Packers win with 3 TD's and 3 FG's. I'd really prefer that 51-3 score though...

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 8:18 AM


Saturday, October 15, 2011           

BeerKid Hits Badgers Homecoming...





When given the opportunity to attend a Badgers game this year with my sisters and my mom, I could hardly let that pass by without attending. Yeah, the Badgers pounded the Hoosiers 59-7 and the only tension in the air was that the Badgers weren't scoring enough points. We Jumped Around, We sang Buttercup, We Had Fun!!!

Beer and Festivities were sponsored by Peak Organic IPA (2 for breakfast), Leinenkugel's Red (2 for pre-game), Spotted Cow Ale (3 for post-game) and thanks to my bro' for the Sam Adams Octoberfest with Cajun Steak and Shrimp at Applebee's to cap off the homecoming day. Thanks to my sisters for putting up with us... errh for hosting us at their place and providing the tickets with special thanks to Mom for driving all the way back home.

BeerKid - Always Pack 4 Life!
Posted by BeerKid / 8:38 PM


Sunday, October 16, 2011           

Speak Off Spew Out...
Well I've let the back handed comments made by Brett Favre settle a bit, seems ole Brett is surprised that the Packers didn't win a Super Bowl sooner with the stockpile of talent on the Packers and A-Rod at quarterback. Most football people have responded that ole Brett's comments on A-Rod's performance are at best back handed.

I for one will not forget the good times that we all enjoyed when Brett Favre became the starting quarterback for the Packers. Before #4 came to the Packers there were very few games where you thought "that's a W on the schedule" due by enlarge to the inconsistent quarterback play throughout the majority of the '70's, '80's and early '90's. Then entered Wolf, Holmgren and Favre and the Packers changed from being a mediocre team to a winning team competing for the playoffs every year. Through the years Holmgren left, Wolf retired but the Packers were still considered a good team mainly due to what #4 brought to the job every day whether at practice or game day, #4's will to compete and win at all costs helped elevate the performance of his teammates every week.

What drove #4 every week on the football field was the desire to compete and prove that he and his team were better than the other team that day. Father Time marches on all of us and #4 too had to deal with growing old and loosing physical skills but the fire inside to compete and win never went out. The off season mini camps and OTAs got tiresome for Brett who thought he really didn't need the practice time and knew how to keep in good physical shape. This is where I believe Brett Favre made an error in judgment that ultimately lead to the end of his days as the starting quarterback for the Green Bay Packers. Football is considered the ultimate team sport. If you're not with the other guys everyday of practice, who are competing for a roster spot and building relationships with them how can you be their leader? #4 thought his past performance and years of service had earned him a pass on team activities he perceived as unimportant. So Brett retired, un-retired and then was traded but the fire to compete and prove he was the best that day continued to rage on inside him.

That brings me to Brett's comments on Aaron Rodgers. Seems A-Rod learned all he knows by watching #4 play. I'd agree A-Rod learned a lot watching how demoralizing an interception is to your Team in the Red Zone, playoffs or any game for that matter as Brett has thrown more interceptions than any other quarterback in NFL history. Brett's comment on how much talent the Packers had early in A-Rod's career and should have won a Super Bowl sooner is petty. The Packer teams of 1995, 96, 97 and 98 had easily as much talent as a Team but only logged one Super Bowl trophy. The Packer teams of 2003 and 2007 were also great teams but there were interceptions thrown on the Packers last drive that lead to a loss. Oh and dare I mention the 2009 Vikings Team that Brett said was the most talented team he'd been on. Yeah the '09 Vikings lost the NFC championship game after a #4 interception too.

Yeah #4 was in his win at all costs mode but those passes that ended up as interceptions made me get out the old foam brick of cheese from #4's early years and throw it and say "What In The Hell Are You Doing Brett?" Though I did laugh when ole Brett threw the interception while with the "Queens" in 2009.

Aaron Rodgers has learned how to be a great quarterback in the NFL and his play demonstrates it each week, his name comes up on the shortlist of best NFL quarterbacks playing now, he studies film, he recognizes what defenses are trying to do, trains to improve his physical skills and is a great leader by example. Brett Favre has many quarterbacking NFL records and he earned everyone of them. What he didn't earn was the majority vote in how the Packers assembled and ran their Team. Somewhere #4 became misguided in his belief that he was too important and couldn't be replaced by the Packers. Ron Wolf's statement on the subject of being replaced must have slipped past Brett. If you think you can't be replaced, just take a walk into a cemetery and look at all of the names on the headstones, somebody replaced each of them. Everyone is replaced because no one lives forever, sports heroes grow old and young players replace them. Brett knew he'd grown old but he still wanted to compete for more championship rings to go along with his passing records. Brett knew the Green Bay Packers were the best team for him to accomplish his goals with but when the Packers grew tired of his I'm retiring unless ways they traded him.

It seems obvious that Brett Favre may never get over how his career ended with the Green Bay Packers. Brett's thrown mud on TT, MM and now Aaron Rodgers. Right now one of the best to ever play quarterback in the NFL is leading the Green Bay Packers every week his name is Aaron Rodgers he wears number 12. #12's passing statistics surpass #4's stats for his first three plus seasons as a starting NFL quarterback. Yes it's way too early to crown Aaron Rodgers as one of the all time greatest quarterbacks ever but he deserves a better evaluation of his performance than Brett Favre has made on his successor with the Packers. Perhaps the last hit ole Brett took to his head when it bounced off the frozen field in Minnesota when he could no longer elude a young defensive linemen has left him confused.

Let me make these statements: The Green Bay Packer organization is world class and Aaron Rodgers is playing the quarterback position as well as anyone in the NFL. Brett Favre has earned his place as one of greatest quarterbacks in the NFL and in the history of the Green Bay Packers he won one NFL championship with the Packers. Bart Starr too holds his place as one of greatest quarterbacks in the history of the NFL and the Green Bay Packers he won five NFL championships with the Packers. Bart Starr was always kind in accessing Brett Favre's performance but ole Brett hasn't been able to do that for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. I guess Brett was telling the truth when he said he wasn't playing for the money because he surely was well paid throughout his career. It may have been the competition every week to prove ole Brett still was the best that day but the playing days are over Brett! It's time to talk about the NFL players on the field today and show them the respect they have earned. Enough of the back handed comments on the Packers Brett, please!

SSlayer


Woah!!! Thanks SSlayer. I didn't know our Speak Out Spew Off could hold so many words for a reply. Awesome. Well done. Thanks again. Anytime. 6 Pack 4 Life!

BeerKid
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Hey Jonny C, send us pictures of your adventures!

BeerScout
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oh, yeah. Go Packers! Anybody worried that we're peaking too early this year?

http://www.opposingviews.com/i/sports/nfl/nfl-power-rankings-packers-lions-saints-patriots-and-more

Oliver N


Hey Oliver, Nope. No worries here. Go Pack Go!

BeerKid
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Hey BeerKid and BeerScout. Love your graphics. They're especially good after hoisting a few brews when all that verbage crap becomes difficult to read.

Keep up the good work. Looking to make one of your Packer Pin-ups my screen-saver.

Mojo


Hey Mojo, many thanks.

BeerKid
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Hey Beer Kid-What is the story with Vic So'Oto? I was looking forward to him getting some playing time. I know he was injured and inactive for the first game. I haven't heard anything since then. Thanks...

Corky DeYulio-Packer Backers of Geneva, NY


Hey Corky... I read somewhere that Vic So'Oto was active last week and played only on special teams, so along with LB Frank Zombo, I would guess that both are going to get some solid playing time against the Rams this Sunday. Go Pack Go!

BeerKid
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Another record within the Packers reach:

http://www.coldhardfootballfacts.com/Articles/11_4324_Green_Bay_Packers_Eye_Historic_Winning_Streak.html

Go Pack Go!

TG
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GOD BLESS PACKER PALACE!!

I'm trying to characterize what this place is for Packers fans... For me it's like a unique sanctuary of all-things Green Bay Packers. It's not bull-shit... it's not spin... It's just REAL Green Bay Packers!

I love it. It helps soothe the 'ache'. We can all be honest here and just let it all hang out in the process. *lol* Thanks BeerKid and BeerScout. You get it!

#66 Chica
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why no words of wisdom after the game you must have a JOB

steveo k


Hey Steveo my old Boss-o... words of wisdom? Got them right here --- THE BEARS STILL SUCK!!!

BeerKid
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Heading to Titletown to see the Pack destroy the LA... oops I mean St. Louis Rams! Best part.... the 16th is my Birthday! Give me a birthday victory boys! The beer will be flowing and the smoking will be rolling! 31-6 Pack.... Ryan Grant and Starks steal the show.... that's my prediction!

JONNY C
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Quoth Lombardi...

   "Winning is not a sometime thing; it's an all time thing. You don't win once in a while, you don't do things right once in a while, you do them right all the time. "
Posted by BeerKid / 9:09 AM


Monday, October 17, 2011           

Pack Wins Again 1st Place NFC North 6-0...

    Packers Take It Easy On Rams 24-3


No scoring in the 2nd half, but the Packers did enough in the 2nd quarter to make the game one of those slow laughers where the other team, the Rams in this case, aren't really in the game even though they gained more yards, had more 1st downs, and yet, they couldn't score a TD to save their season. Green Bay's big play this week, a 93 TD yard pass to WR Jordy Nelson that left the Rams DB's laying on the ground, throw in TD catches by Donald Driver and James Jones. That's all that was needed for the win.

The 49ers beat the Lions to knock them down a peg finally, and we get the crazy antics from their coach Jim Schwartz who took a slap on the back from Niner coach Jim Harbaugh and then proceeded to flop around like a soccer player who lost his cool. Then proceeded to act like a 2 year old and blame everything on something else. Coach, we saw the tape, your borderline insane and heh, wasn't that you calling out Cowboys WR Dez Bryant during that game a few weeks ago, yeah, thought so. You've got nothing to stand on.

Vikqueens are so bad, 39-10 bad that they made duh Bears look good. 'Nuff said about that.

So, Packers win easily, without trying very hard and the Packers are now 6-0, the last undefeated team in the NFL and all alone in 1st place in the NFC North. Vikes at the Humpty-Dumpty dome are coming up next.

BeerKid - Always Pack 4 Life!

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JONNY C


Hey Jonny... the facebook link didn't work for me... but then I guess I am not technically your facebook friend. Great game to be at... 'cept for that 2nd half snooze-fiesta, but a Packers win is always the best game to go to.

BeerKid
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SSlayer feedback here - Brent Fart is now behind us...are you on crack or meth? Favre was a good QB, but you are forgetting you cannot win games on offense alone...Hello, wake the *()%'in up as did our "D" in 1996 and 1997 not contain Reggie White, Butler, etc..? It was said that African-American players did not want to live in the predominately white neighborhoods and the suburbia of Green Bay. I thought Reggie paved the way with his ministry on the field and off for players to see the benefits of being in Green Bay. You can now ask Donald Driver and Jennings about their experience. Yes, there was great talent around Reggie and the team, but Fart was unorthodox, yet I admit fun to watch and my first jersey worn to Lambeau.

Rogers may have learned a little from Fart (very little), but definitely not text book stuff and it was said Fart just wanted to goof around and was not too sharing or much of a mentor (Hence sitting on his tractor making stupid selfish comments)or not being to camp early (selfish). He did not want to lose his consecutive start statistics, etc...

Fart was fun and helped win an SB which I find endearing, yet also threw away so many opportunities with just plan BAD decisions. His EGO inflated to be beyond super star status with no care for the team (or his family - here is my "we we"). I hope he does not teach this as a QB coach somewhere. When the game is on the line, ohh audible now, he will not run for the 5 or 10 yards, but throw a pick. I say thank you to the Waffler for his contributions, but WELCOME Rogers to our Neighborhood who is calm, cool, and shares the ball as much as needed.

I would have pulled Rogers out of the Rams game in the 4th quarter as I would NOT want to see him hurt being we were up 3 touchdowns and the Rams were not going anywhere - we will be in the playoffs making our run.

Bring on the Vikes (I am sure they are Pondering their thoughts to how bad they are now). SSlayer you pissed my off bringing this idiot back up. Let's shut up about Fart here and enjoy what we are seeing on the field. This has nothing to do with that old guy. In 10 years maybe we can retire his jersey for his contributions and give him a desk job. I still see the Vikings 4 jerseys up in MN, but glad to see the punter for the Vikes wearing it now.

KevPack in MN


Hey Kev... yeah with all the BF fanfare that gone on and on... no one really remembers that #92 Reggie White was the leader of that team. I'd even allow that both he and BF were co-leaders, but one wouldn't have won without the other. Packers were lucky to have both of them through the 90's.

BeerKid
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LETS GO PACK . GO PACK GO .

K9UP
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Good to see Zombo and Bulaga back...........I'm thinking that Al Harris just can't compete anymore, he was consistently burned and should consider retirement. 6-0 bring on the queens!!!!!!!!

vikingcrusher
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Hey Jonny, you were close! (31-6 Pack) - Show us tha pix!

Beerscout
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Say what you want about the Packers "20's throwback" uni's (I personally don't like em) Rodgers publicly said they are the most comfortable pants he ever played in. That may be true, but they certainly create an embarrasing photo. (or was Clay that dang excited???? lol)
    Even without his fourth-quarter sack of Rams quarterback Sam Bradford, outside linebacker Clay Matthews was having an impactful game. He hit Bradford three times, the last which sent the Rams quarterback to get X-rays on his ankle after the game. He broke up three passes, one of which he nearly intercepted. Though he was credited with only one tackle, he also drew a holding penalty on tight end Michael Hoomanawanui in the first quarter.
Naughty, Naughty!
    "It's kind of been a running joke with some of my teammates," Hawk said after the game. "There was no anger or malice or anything. It was a joke and I kind of got caught up in the emotions of the game. I definitely apologize if any kids or anyone else saw it. I have a daughter myself, so I wouldn't want her doing that. Got excited and got caught up in the game. I guess a bad joke. I definitely won't do it again." "I can't go into everything about it," Hawk said. "I'm stupid. I don't even realize sometimes when I'm out there that anyone's out there -- the TVs or anything. I know it got caught on TV and that was a bad decision by me. So I apologize. It's definitely no anger or anything behind it. I don't think I'll be doing that anymore."

Lemondrop
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Favre was like most veteran players in that he didn't want to go to practices/camp anymore because he thought he'd seen it all and there was nothing new for him to learn. And he played too long. If he had quit after losing the NFCC to the Saints, he'd have gone out with a bang. Instead he made the mistake of coming back one more season and ended his career with a whimper passed out on a frozen college field.

As for today's game, there's not a lot to say. We beat up the Lambs as we were expected to do, despite the slight lack of offensive production that MM complained about. Oh, and we're now the last undefeated team. Thanks, San Fran. We owe you one.

Onward to the Metrodump!

Mike
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Question:   Which noise will be the loudest in the Metrodump this Sunday?

a. The (always-obnoxious) fake viking-horn
b. The boo'ing by "fans" of the home team when the queens fall behind by three scores in the first quarter
c. The boisterous CHEERING from the overwhelming number of cheesehead GBPfans present in the stands
d. The FAKE pumped-in crowd-noise to compensate for b. and c. ??

HEH. OMG... this will be a ROUT of humiliating proportions. I cannot wait. GO PACK!!

#66 Chica
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sslayer. Amen to your editorial (scroll down a bit) on good ole Brett.

fbg3
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In regards to the comments that Brett Favre said I would have to agree 100% it should of happened a year earlier

William S
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For your amusement: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iv1eB9Fu8lE

KEG MAN
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Quoth Lombardi...

   "There is no room for second place. There is only one place in my game and that is first place. I have finished second twice in my time at Green Bay and I never want to finish second again."
Posted by BeerKid / 7:00 PM


Tuesday, October 18, 2011           

Blast From The Past...



Horn
Stars
2010


Half
Yellow
2009


Favre-dor
The Burninator
2007
Posted by BeerKid / 11:33 AM


This Week At The Rockwood Lodge...

Who Can Turn The Football World On With A Smile...

Ponder Frazier Wilf

   Available as a QT Movie for Mobile
Posted by BeerKid / 9:59 PM


Wednesday, October 19, 2011           

Why Did The Vikings Player...

Q:  Why did the Vikings Player steal a police car?
A:  He saw "911" on the side and thought it was a Porsche.

Q:  What is the difference between a Vikings Fan and a baby?
A:  The baby will stop whining after awhile.

Q:  What's the difference between a porcupine and some Viking Fans in the Metrodome?
A:  The pricks are on the outside of a porcupine.

Q:  How do you save a drowning Vikings Fan?
A:  Take your foot off his head.

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A Vikings Player walks into his bedroom with a sheep under his arm and says... "Darling, this is the pig I have sex with when you have headaches."

His wife is lying in bed and replies... "I think you'll find that's a sheep, you idiot."

The Vikings Player says... "I think you'll find that I wasn't talking to you."

Posted by BeerKid / 9:39 AM


Blast From The Past...



Oh No,
PackZilla
2008


Packers
Nation
2008


Never Been
This Far
2002
Posted by BeerKid / 10:10 AM


Presagin' Packer Prognosticators...

Q:  Will The Green Bay Packers beat-up and get their all-time 700th win against the Ponder led Minnesota Vikings this Sunday?

A:  Yes -- Definitely.

Magic Gold G-Ball

So the Vikings benched Donovan McNabb and are going to start their rookie QB Christian Ponder in his place against the Packers this weekend. Not going to matter. The Packers have the better offense, defense and team and chances are that it's going be a rout of near-epic proportions.

Yes, the Packers will roll against a hated NFC North rival and repeatedly kick a team that's down on the ground flopping around. Sure, DE Jared Allen will get a sack or two, sure QB Ponder will look better than McNabb, but in the end, the Green Bay Packers are going win big. 39-10 big.

Beer Kid
Posted by BeerKid / 10:20 AM


A Comparison...

Green Bay Packers
Rings*





 

Minnesota Vikings
Rings


 

* 9 other NFL Championship rings not shown. An encore post from Feb2010 that has been updated to include the Packers SBXLV win. Vikings SB win still pending...
Posted by BeerKid / 11:11 AM


Tuesday, October 25, 2011           

Spew Off Spew Out...

      Packers Outlast Vikes 33-27 for 7th Win!


Typical Packers game, starts out ugly, that would be Vikes QB Ponder's throw the near-length of the field to start the game helping the Vikes out to a half-time lead at 17-13. You can give the Pack some credit, hanging in there, and then jumping all-over the Vikes in the 3rd quarter, scoring on 4 strait possessions highlighted by Greg Jennings' 79yd TD catch and Jermichael Finley's TD grab for a comfortable 33-17 lead. Then some more ugly showed up and reared it's over-sized head for the 4th quarter, Pack go flat, Vikes get another TD to close the gap, and then surprise oh surprise, the Packers run, run, run, repeat 3x, for 3 1st downs and clinching the win at the Metrodome. Yeah, Go Pack Go!!!

Today's game-day activities were sponsored by pitchers of Point's Oktoberfest at The Joynt book-ended with a few bottles of Torpedo Extra IPA at Soap's. Yeah, Minnehaha is 1-6, Pack now 7-0, Go Pack Go!!!

BeerKid - Always Pack 4 Life!

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Exactly. A guy got ejected from the Ravens-Jaguars game yesterday for head punching. But apparently you can hit below the neck all day long without anything happening.

NFL rules. Go figure.

Mike


Hey Mike, yeah, I just observe and soak in information, but it really does seem that you have to go for the head in any skirmish to be ejected from a NFL game.

BeerKid
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it was awesome to see the Packers beat the purple peter eaters...I hope they can improve on defense...they need to get more pressure on QB's...Im sure Capers will get it figured out...but for not playing their best...they are doing very well...wins are wins!...as always...Go Pack!

Gerkuleez
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Interesting article about arrests in professional sports. I'll give you all three guesses who the NFL's problem team is, with one out of 15 players getting arrested since 2000, but you're only gonna need one!

http://www.thepostgame.com/blog/dish/201110/nfls-surprising-new-arrest-leader

KevinF


Hey KevinF, it has been no surprise that the Vikes lead all NFL teams in arrests, well, no surprise to me anyway. The Pack must be pretty far down the list although "the still retain his rights" DL Johnny Jolly sticks out by being arrested 3 times in the last few years for the same issue.

BeerKid
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SUPER PACK - EXCELLENT WORK !

K9UP
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Ok, we won, but the Vikes played a lot better than I expected. Think we've seen the last of McChoke on that team. The only disappointment to me is that the game didn't end up like Saints-Colts.

Mike
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Two things:

1. That roughing the passer penalty called against CMIII was total bullshit. That was a totally CLEAN play by Matthews!! I hope MM sends that one in to the league this week.

2. Viking player Robison's deliberate kick to TJ Lang's groin should have resulted in him getting EJECTED from the game. That was a DIRTY play. I had flashbacks of Crissy Crybaby Carter during that, he used to pull that stuff in games against the Pack too.

#66 Chica


Hey Chica, on point no. 1, the NFL doesn't like QB's who've already thrown the ball to be picked up and slammed down, however gently it might happen, so yeah they threw the flag on CM3, they threw the flag on Dez Bishop earlier this year for the same thing. QB has the ball in his hand, no flag, now the NFL has to actually go into their rulebook and physically write this "new" rule down seeing that for 90 years that was the classically taught way to make a tackle. On the 2nd point, the Vikings immature O-lineman is claiming he was thrown down so he just reacted. Left unsaid was that his reaction required him to kick someone in the balls. Your right, he should have been rejected from the game, but like we saw with the non-ejection of C-Wood for a punch to the gut earlier this year, you have to swing at the Players head for the ejection to happen.

BeerKid
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We need some De-charger logo clip art for the site! Go Packers!

Neejay
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In keeping up with viking tradition:   http://www.startribune.com/local/west/132375508.html

Boz


Hey Boz, yeah big news that another Vikings player is behind bars... at least this time the MN Judges didn't scheme "the right to work" rules into allowing him out on early release so he could play in the Packers-Vikings game.

BeerKid
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Hell yeah we're going 16-0! Then we're going NINETEEN and OH!!!! This is Packer Palace! This is definitely not the place for thoughtful, rational analysis! This is the place where Pack-Squatch rips the shit out of Mary Ponder Moore!!! GO PACKERS!!!

Ruppert


Hey Ruppert... hahahah hah eh, you're slaying me, now my ribs hurt. Thanks. Go Pack Go Make It 19-0!!!!!!1!!

BeerKid
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Have you ever seen these? - http://www.1500espn.com/features/vikings

Wow...imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but we don't get paid! Then again, we're freak Packer fans and the NFL loves us! :)~

Beerscout
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Some tips for the owner across the river: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77qo9S8f-yk

Keg Man


PS - Beer Kid, the sheep joke is hilarious. I'm appropriating it.
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Hey BK, Could you send me the pics you used for the 'comparison' above? I tried copy/pasting it on my FB page, and it won't paste the pics, only the wording. I'd love to have it on there in time for the game this weekend to tick off my good friend in MN...hehehe Thanks, kind sir! : ) GO PACK GO! 7-0!

Lady K


Hey Lady K, your wish is my command ---- Packer Rings Viking Rings ---- as one image. Go Pack Go!

BeerKid


thx BK...always da man!

lady K
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BeerKid - LOVE the Rockwood!! I've said it before - you always seem to bring your PackerPalace best in advance of the 'queens games. Cheers!! GO PACK!!

p.s. Ponder?? "psst! - Clay, Hawk, C-Wood, et al: GO GET 'IM!!"

#66 Chica
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In the "character" department, Aaron Rodgers is hands-down superior to Brett Favre. That Favre never called ARodg to congratulate him on winning the Superbowl, then 8 months later to squack off to the media about it pretty much says it all about the level of his pettiness. I'm sure Bart Starr called Brett back in '97 after he won his.

It won't be long, and ARodg will have his second Championship, establishing himself as superior to Brett in that regard as well. Favre may own most of the passing records, and the consecutive starts - but I'll take Aaron Rodgers and more Lombardi trophies in the case in Green Bay over "records" any day.

#66 Chica


Hey #66 Chica, A-Rodg did point out in an interview somewhere that he did get something from BF - the idea of looking off defenders with his eyes before throwing the pass.

BeerKid
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Let's be careful about the 'queens. I'm thinking back about 97 and the Colt loss. One cheap shot by Jared Allen and the entire season could be shot. Let's maintain focus here, and FOR GOD'S SAKE STOP TALKING ABOUT 16-0!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Don Horn


Hey Don Horn, take heart in knowing (per an Aaron Rodgers interview) that the Packers are creatures of habit, and in the locker room they are only focused on their next upcoming game. But as for us fans, I've been crowing about 16-0 since last January when a creature named gUrt was ruffling my feathers with his dumb duh Bears smack-talk. Can't stop now....

Go Pack Go Make It 7-0!!!

BeerKid
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Have you ever seen these?   Just Go With It >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

http://www.1500espn.com/features/vikings

Funny stuff over the river.

Lemondrop


Hey Lemondrop, no I have not seen what the gang at 1500 ESPN have been doing... many of those are funny and you wouldn't think that Viking fans are involved... but then they rip their team more than any other fans I know.

BeerKid
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Quoth Lombardi...

   "Show me a good loser (the Vikings), and I'll show you a loser (the Vikings)."
Posted by BeerKid / 8:00 PM


Wednesday, October 26, 2011           

Blast From The Past...



Pack Links
KC Jerky
2007


Steeler
Sunset
2007


March Of The
Holmgruman
2005
Posted by BeerKid / 9:00 AM


This Week's Re-Run At The Rockwood Lodge...

When 13 Is Not Enough...

Do It Again!!!

   Available as a QT Movie for Mobile
Posted by BeerKid / 10:50 AM


Monday, October 31, 2011           

As The Witching Hour Approaches...

Happy Halloween!




Get Your Tricks Treating... Get Your Treats Tricking...
Posted by BeerKid / 4:12 PM