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After watching that pitiful display on monday night and then listening to the press conference on Monday i believe he is just too arrogant. ?McCarthy keeps saying that the packers are not inconsistent and are a very good team that prepares well for each and every game. ?They are not consistent at all. ?One week we beat up on the Bears and then the next week we look so awful against the 5-5 Saints. ?As for preparing well, ?I think he needs to and the team need to look themselves in the mirror. ?Everyone knows that Drew Brees is going to throw the ball all over the field but yet our linebackers and secondary were out of position all night. There was absolutely no adjustments at halftime. ?If you prepared well you would have been able to at least slow down the onslaught of "Hurricane Brees". ?As for this being a good team....the record is 5-6 buddy. ?Only the Seahawks, 49ers, Rams, and Lions have a worse record then we do. ?McCarthy needs to wake up and start actually practicing what he is preaching before it is too late!
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dfnewburry
Sports is about matchups .

New Orleans exploited the Packer's weaknesses nothing more or less .








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cameroncrazies02
Two things would have changed that game....

1) The pass that came up 5 inches too short to Jennings in the first half that would have been an easy 6. I'm not starting the whole Rodgers/Favre thing so don't bring it up, but the pass was JUST short and that would have been a huge momentum swing.

2) Having Nick Barnett in the middle. Chillar got burned all game and I didn't hear AJ Hawk's name once. A linebacking core of Hawk, Chillar and Poppinga is meant to stop the run and that's why they looked to stellar against the Bears and so piss-poor against the Saints.
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mrmike527
cameroncrazies02 wrote:


Two things would have changed that game....

1) The pass that came up 5 inches too short to Jennings in the first half that would have been an easy 6. I'm not starting the whole Rodgers/Favre thing so don't bring it up, but the pass was JUST short and that would have been a huge momentum swing.

2) Having Nick Barnett in the middle. Chillar got burned all game and I didn't hear AJ Hawk's name once. A linebacking core of Hawk, Chillar and Poppinga is meant to stop the run and that's why they looked to stellar against the Bears and so piss-poor against the Saints.


There were two passes like that in that game, but truthfully, I think they would have mattered little. On both drives the Packers scored TDs, and I don't get how a long, sustained drive game-changingly different than a big play.
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