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Giants end Packers’ season

Posted by Vic Ketchman, editor on January 15, 2012 – 6:57 pm

The Packers’ season is over.

A season that went more than three months before the Packers lost a game, lasted only one game into the postseason. Again, it was the New York Giants that were the spoilers, just as they were in the 2007 NFC title game. This time, the Giants scored a 37-20 win in a divisional-round playoff game at Lambeau Field.

Turnovers and dropped passes were the culprits for the Packers. The Packers lost four turnovers and it would’ve been one more had Referee Bill Leavy not upheld a no-fumble ruling in a controversial replay review in the first half.

Eli Manning, who quarterbacked the Giants to the NFC title-game win in what was the last time the Packers had hosted a postseason game, threw for 330 yards, three touchdowns and one interception. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers passed for 264 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.

Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks made one of the big plays of the game, bouncing off safety Charlie Peprah and finishing a 66-yard, catch-and-run touchdown in the first quarter that staked the Giants to a 10-3 lead. Nicks then delivered the big blow of the game on the final play of the first half, as he went high into the air to catch a 37-yard, Hail-Mary pass from Manning that sent the Giants to the locker room with a 20-10 lead.

The Packers got to within 20-13 in the third quarter, before the Giants sealed their spot in San Francisco for an NFC title game match with the 49ers, with a flurry of takeaways and big plays in the final quarter. will update this story following postgame interviews. Tune into for full coverage of Sunday’s game.

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329 Responses to “Giants end Packers’ season”

  1. By AmberAnnh on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply



    But then, what else did I expect.

  2. By Wes on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    troll much?? ^^^^

  3. By garbonzo on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Looking back it seems like AR and some other key players took some sort of sedative 3/4 of the way through the season and never really came out of it. No intensity. AR looks like he’s going to yawn every time he comes up to the LOS.

  4. By GB on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The Packers beat themselves. When they lose they beat themselves. Although I do believe we are a more humble lot than Mr. LOL

  5. By Packer fan for ever on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Please truncate the message above, it burns my eye :(

  6. By bradfordp on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    1. ryan grant didnt play last year 2. finley didnt play 3. jenning still injured 4 no cullen jenkins 5poor coaching 6 luckluster i dont care i just want to go home attitude(except for driver) thanks donald -could be awhile again like they just said they might want to paint the locker room blue cause they own it(ny) – it was fun while it lasted thanks packers -we still love our pack even if youre 0-16

  7. By The Pack still sucks on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Having a 32nd rank defense finally caught up to Green Bay, welcome to dissapointment and the off season!

  8. By montanapackfan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Giants win 2012

    Hats off to the Giants and their fans; even with a terrible fumble call that should have been yours, you still prevailed. Had we won, that call would have been a terrible injustice to the Giants and a win I could not have accepted. The Giants imposed their will against the Packers at each position all day long and deserve to move on in the playoffs. Good luck against the 49er’s Giants…congratulations on beating the Packers.

    Roll on Green Roll on

  9. By canammark on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    A totally embarassing performance! What did the Packers do the previous two weeks to prepare? Obviously NOTHING. After no attempt to tackle on the first long pass play I knew the game was over! This year DRAFT OR SIGN FREE AGENT DEFENSIVE PLAYERS!!! Packers were lucky to get this far with a LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR DEFENSE!

  10. By Don on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Good job packers. I hope at least half of you get traded or benched for good.

  11. By taskforcefreddy on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Hey Vic… rumor has it Dom Capers is going to the Raiders. Any chance you’re going with him? (#please)

  12. By Addison on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Discount double choke! !

  13. By Karie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    What is rationale for going for it on 4th & 5 when only down by a TD?

    The early onside kick I could live with, but the 4th & 5 when you defense has some signs of life, I don’t understand.

  14. By Tony on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The comment that cracks me up the most is from the BearsFan. When is the last time you losers won a championship or for that matter beat the Packers? What a loser and your team didn’t even make the playoffs! Hahahahahaha

  15. By gronk gonna spike giants on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I dare the giants to go to superbowl 46. Oh it wont be the same as it was in 12007 because the patriots are gonna smash them by the 2nd quarter.

  16. By bigbah77 on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    WOW !! Who was Woodson and Finley playing for ??!! It sure as hell wasn’t the Packers !!Theyn need to be gone along with our pathetic overweight non rushing defensive line !! I’ve never seen Woodson stand around and watch plays go right by him like I did tonite ! Terrible !! How could you let a Hail Mary go over your head in the end zone at the end of the half … You’re suppose to to be there fighting for the ball SHIELDS and WOODSON !! Finley go some where else if you don’t want to fight for the ball and make catches !! Unbelievable !!

  17. By Packfan38 on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    All I can say is fundamentals, (or lack of)

    Dropped passes
    Poor tackling
    Lack of communication with eachother

  18. By MARS on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    All that rest did a lot of good for Rodgers, must’ve been looking forward to Hawaii.

  19. By JIm on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Oakland is interested in Dom Capers for head coach …. please take the job Dom … I have no trust in your defense after this year …. We had essentially the same personal (minus Jenkins and Collins) and yet dropped to last in the NFC in defense … Something is seriously wrong …

  20. By marty on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    they ought to be ashamed of themselves

  21. By joycemeister on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Sorry the Packers lost. I am a Packer fan always. So this is what a Giants fan is like? Flag on the play for POOR SPORTSMANSHIP. I

  22. By uffda on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Here we go again. When Favre struggled, nobody stepped up to make a play and lead. Same thing now. Also, the Pack needs a new D-line, TE’s, and some defensive backs.

  23. By Judy on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    We were totally disappointed by the Packers’ performance today. I really think the defense did pretty well given the poor advance billing that they got. How can we expect to win when the receivers were unable to hold on to passes that hit them in the hands and the offense seemed “fumble-prone” What a disappointment since we thought the team was prepared to thrash he loud-mouth, arrogant NYG!! AR seemed to be the only person on the team that was truly trying to win the game. Even then, his passing appeared to be a little “rusty.” Sitting out a game or two did not improve the Packers’ performance.

  24. By 34fan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Looks like the packs defence was trapped under ice!!!

  25. By Joe D on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    LOL. “. I really think the defense did pretty well given the poor advance billing”

    You smuck, your defense set records for the worst performance agianst the pass tis year, it’s true what they say about you Green bay people, worst knowledge of Football in the league, but lets go shovel the stadium like a bunch of morons.

  26. By garbonzo on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Agree with bigbah77. Finley’s performance this year was atrocious. It doesn’t make it OK simply because McCarthy says he’s got good hands. The thing speaks for itself. Major chokes it clutch situations all year. The D-line reminds me of Gilbert Brown after the first quarter in SB 32. Couldn’t even get up. How many times does a player have to get open right down the middle for the Pack’s secondary or Capers to catch on?

  27. By Up North Fan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Champions, when there down, stand up brush themselves off and work ten times harder during the off season. Go Pack Go in 2013 dispite all the negative comments posted

  28. By Cali on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Who’da thought the offense wouldn’t show up. The D did farely well, despite the hail mary lobb to the endzone. It sucks, really, really, really bad. I would have never thought 3 forced fumbles and 8 dropppes would happen to this offense during a playoff game, and in Lambeau of all places. It was a great run, too bad it ended the way it did. This team will be back next year, hungry and ready for another shot. Rodgers is still MVP!! GO PACK GO!! I hope the whiners stop Eli’s head into the ground and wipe that retarded look off his face.

  29. By luvpackers on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    This is a stunning, disappointing loss for my Packers. In a nutshell NYG played very well & Packers can’t execute a winning play :(. There’s no need for tacky & classless comments.

  30. By Big jer on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Ok the pack lost big deal. You hater have some serious emotional problems if all you can do is take stabs at Packers fans. If I was like you people I would wish cancer on you so you couldn’t post on these sites anymore. I am not that way so grow up and act like you are out of high school.

  31. By Clay on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    All of a sudden Dom Capers is the worst D coordinator in the league and Woodson can’t play anymore. The loss stings but we can’t dismiss last years performance by the def. A pass rusher opposite Clay Matthews would change the whole complexion of the def. and the Pack can get back to rolling.

  32. By montanapackfan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Playoffs 2012 (2011 season)

    OK so I swallowed my pride and congratulated the Giants and their fans…a well deserved win at Lambeau. Now for the trolls and idiots that litter our blog with adolescent wit and classless /clueless comments. But first I must address our moderator. I asked very nicely for you to assume the job you were given this past week and moderate the cut/paste senseless posts penetrating your undying attention in vain. We Packer faithful can take ribbing, cajoling, bantering, any and all comers who visit our site spouting off how their team is better than ours and will beat us down. That said why do you still allow this page-after-page cut/paste garbage to pass through your filter? There are many Packer faithful here that enjoy chatting amongst ourselves but deplore having to scroll past the dumb, stupid, and inept…sort of like the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly only without any good.

    Roll on Green Roll on

  33. By Packer-Backer on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The Packers layed a sorry game. So many fumbles and dropped passes. I was hoping their season would end AFTER the Superbowl, but, not so. They were definitely not in their niche, tonight. I still believe in the Pack, even if their season is over.


  34. By bill g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Poor defense all year long. We get the honors of being the first home team to lose this post season.

  35. By bradfordp on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    packers will be good again but it might be a year or two until the next super bowl -the coaches are going to be a little tougher and better motivators -go pack!

  36. By NY Packers fan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    As a true Packers fan, I am disappointed with today’s loss, of course. But I love the Packers and would never trash talk them because I am a REAL fan! I don’t understand people who claim to be fans and then bad mouth their team! Can you do better than the players? More than likely not, so shut your mouth & either support your team or just be a follower and cheer for whatever team wins the Superbowl each year. The Packer players and coaches are disappointed too and don’t need to see/hear their fans trash talk them. GO PACK GO! I am proud to be a Packers fan – today & always!!!

  37. By MIKE on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Giants are going to lose to SF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The Pack didnt deseve to win today! BUTTER FINGERS

  38. By greg on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    as always, message boards bring out the best in human beings.. good lord, are you cut and pasters just the worst possible people who have ever lived.. i look forward to seeing you on the news as being arrested for crimes beyond belief…

  39. By garbonzo on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    If the “Holier Than Thou-ers” think it’s OK for players who make millions to turn in that kind of performance and not be held accountable, then you’re just as pedestrian as the Pack’s performance we all just witnessed.

  40. By David on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    This is the first and LAST time I will ever use this blog. How can the moderator allow such idiotic and juvenile behavior?

  41. By Jeffrey on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Yes Giants Win

  42. By Kathy on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    All the negative comments sure do show how jealous the other fans are of the Packers, even though we lost we are are a great team and nobody can take that away.

  43. By Cheesehead52 on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The Green Bay Packers have their work cut out for next year… Please bring the Lombardi Trophy home in 2013!

  44. By lord stormer on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply


  45. By NY Packers fan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Agreed David! Packer fans don’t want, or need, to read garbage posts from idiots who obviously don’t like the Packers so I don’t know why they’re even on here! Didn’t their mothers ever tell them – If you don’t have anything nice to say, Don’t say anything’! GO PACK GO! We still love you!!

  46. By Andrew on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Classy as always, Bear fans. You truly are the worst fanbase in the NFL. I have only seen 1 or 2 nice Bear fans online. Anyway, it was a very sorry game from the Packers, but it’s just a game. We’ll be back next year, and hopefully with a stouter defense. I guess the age old adage defense wins championships still rings true.

  47. By Dan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The real funny will be watching the Niner’s kick the PC{ vertically challenged men} next week.

  48. By jimmytaylorredux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    For those of you Packers fans who did not know first hand the Lombardi years….well, now you know why he is the name on the Super Bowl trophy…Vince Lombardi won five Championships in nine years and three Championships in a row by preparing his team….for each down of each game….on offense and defense….tonight, the Packers were not prepared to play…

  49. By Abernathy, Texas on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Win, Lose, or Draw, Green Bay Packers have been my team since ’78. They are still a very good team that we can and should be proud of. I anticipate that Ted and Mike will have productive offseason for us to follow. GO PACK!

  50. By Tony C. on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Hey Bears Fans………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..2010

  51. By Rick C on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    LOL and 34fan, waisting all that time ? Your still a loser. The Giants won you are classless and foolish. Go 49ers.

  52. By mark on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Watching Aaron Rodgers goes down in flames was the best belated Christmas gift I could have received. Almost as good as watching Drew Brees do the same thing. Oh, how the mighty have fallen.

  53. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    so, do we all understand why vice lombardi’s name is on the trophy now?

  54. By Dan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The only fans losing their “faith” are the bandwagon fans. Jump off, we don ‘t need your kind.

  55. By kenn on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Great job Giants you got into the packers heads. If I fought a war like this game was played I’d be dead.

    Lets hope Capers gets hired for a coaching job (also Philbin). We are due for a gutting seeing that everyone has figured us out now. It is time to change things up again seeing as you can’t deliver as promised McCarthy . I seen this coming, if the rest of you didn’t, (you are blind and I know you are).. By the way Finley isn’t worth a crap if you haven’t realized it yet….

  56. By Lil packers fan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    i am so sad that the packers lost booooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo gients

  57. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    how did the lombardi packers win five in nine years and three in a row?

  58. By Dissappointed in Iowa on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    This loss is a total team loss! Championships are won with defense. No pass rush, and 32nd ranked defense means all day to throw the ball! Lost the pass rush with Cullen Jenkins (draft a pass rusher even if you have to move up)! Dropped balls all over the field, where is the concentration? 3 fumbles,championship teams do not give it away! The coaching decision to kick an onside kick in the 2nd quarter, who does that? When at home play conservative. To me that sent a message of doubt to the team, like we can not win a shoot out! And the time out before the half that allowed them to get reorganized, looked like a cowboy play (we gave up too many big plays)! And why take Ryan Grant out in the 1st quarter when he was running so well? Stay with the hot players!!! 2 weeks off the team looked it!!!!! On a positive note; THANKS PACKERS FOR A GREAT SEASON!!!

  59. By Jay S on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Well Guys,

    To say I am disappointed is an understatement.I just don’t understand with two weeks of preparation that you guys could have so many dropped balls, miscues, bad tackling, practically no 3rd down conversions, just terrible.

    I love my pack. Will always love you guys, but this loss is an embarrassment to both the fans and the organization in general.

    I hope in the future that this lackluster performance will be reviewed before we enter into another playoff game. (If we enter at all)

    Please in the future don’t assume that you are going to win just because you are playing at home. Donald Driver…thanks man. You were the one guy that really gave it your all. Your the best.

    Packers-I love you guys; please let’s forget this nightmare and let us never speak of it again.

  60. By Yooper_Chick on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    LOL….you are an idiot….I take it you can’t spell anything but LOL

  61. By Al Jersey Packers Fan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    When the game ended I also swallowed hard and offered up Congrats to the Giant fans. They played hard and deserved the win pure and simple. With that out of the way, I would like to say to my Packer brethern out there, We may have lost the game, but never forget Packer fans, we’ll always have way more class than the overblown obnoxious jerks calling themselves Giant fans who have posted the crap I’ve read on this board. Please take your crap elsewhere; it only confirms what I ‘ve known all along about Giant fans.

  62. By Dano on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Packers need help on defense. That was obvious today. Why can’t these pros use proper tackling techniques? Also,I think the Philbin death was a distraction that this team did not need. As heartbreaking as it was, the timing could not have been worse. They will be back next year. Go Pack!

  63. By Debbie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    There were a lot of distractions this week for the Pack. Several coaches are being interviewed by other teams; how can they prepare for a playoff game and prepare for an interview. And then the death of Philbin’s son had an emotional affect on the team. A true Packers fan will support the team through wins and loses! GO PACK GO! Thanks for a great season. See you in August!!!

  64. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    “Win, Lose, or Draw, Green Bay Packers have been my team since ’78. They are still a very good team that we can and should be proud of. I anticipate that Ted and Mike will have productive offseason for us to follow. GO PACK!”

    Looooooooooooser! LOL

  65. By antipackersfan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Cutler and the Bears and Matthews and the Lions will own that division next year packers suck and i dont care ya know why cuz bears RULE. Packers beat them twice and there fricken defensive line is at 32nd rank in the NFL. Im glad they lost bears will win the division next year and packers will be in the sad 3rd place spot where we were for the last weeks of our season

  66. By marty on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I agree too Vic has to go. He makes the packers website look like a child does it

  67. By Lil packers fan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    it wasent aaron rogers fault it was the wide resevers fault.

  68. By RamessesII on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Our guys really stunk up Lambeau Field. Maybe we’ll get rid of some of that dead weight, starting with the clowns who couldn’t hold onto the ball worth a darn. Begin with “Give me the Ball!” Finley.

  69. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    There were a lot of distractions this week for the Pack. Several coaches are being interviewed by other teams; how can they prepare for a playoff game and prepare for an interview. And then the death of Philbin’s son had an emotional affect on the team. A true Packers fan will support the team through wins and loses! GO PACK GO! Thanks for a great season. See you in August!!!

    Awe….Poor babies…Loooooooser!

  70. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    vince lombardi’s packers would have never put up a performance like this pack of jokers did tonight…they should be ashamed….they should never be allowed to wear where the packers green and gold again….shockingly embarrassing does not begin to describe it….simply a horrid show by a bunch of rich, pampered millionaires who do not know what it means to wear a packers uniform…disgusting…

  71. By Bob on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I am a Packer fan from the Lombardi days….and Vince is rolling in his grave based on the lousy defense (all year) and the dropped passes (8)! Let’s face it, the Packers did not deserve to win this game! While, I hate the loss, I think “LOL’s” post with all the smiley faces is funny!!!!! Learn to laugh, folks, our beloved Packers sucked today!

  72. By BigBluehotStove on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I must say you Packer backers are very classy. If Giants would have lost, i would have wished this collectively owned team that supports workers in Wisconsin the best. Can’t wait to see the Pack in playoffs again next year! Great game! #OWS

  73. By cook on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    finnely should sign with the bears. he cant catch a ball to save his life. he is all talk and no show.

  74. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    “it only confirms what I ‘ve known all along about Giant fans.”

    What, that our team is better than your? Loooooooser! lol

  75. By jean on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I know they looked awful today, but I give credit to them for the great season they had leading up to this. Win or Lose, I love my Packers. Always have and always will!

  76. By Erik on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    OK Packer Fans- This is something your obviously experiencing for the first time. When your on the top there is always someone trying to knock you down and you become the hated instead of the haters. Get use to it because it comes with the territory. From now on whenever you win a come it’s no beg deal however whenever you lose a game EVERYBODY KNOWS ABOUT IT AND ITS ALWAYS AN UPSET! A LITTLE ADVICE FROM STEELER NATION.

  77. By bill g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    One bright spot in 2011 we beat the bears 4 times.

  78. By Drew on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Of course it was not the ending we were hoping for, but thanks to the Pack for providing us with one of the most exciting seasons in NFL history. Please stop jumping down their throats. We love you guys.

  79. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    well, what we know is….the players do not care..they will drive away in there merecedes…smiling all the way….just glad i was not there sitting in the stands watching the biggest joke job since Batman II

  80. By BigBluehotStove on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    BTW to those hating on the Pack – this game was far closer than score, and AR was let down by his WR and TEs who are usually excellent. Its been a tough week for the team and you’ve got to cut them a bit of slack. Draft some CBs and we’ll see you in the tourney next year.

  81. By L on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I find the trolls to be hilarious. How does it not prove that you’re a loser when your team wins and the first thing you do is go to another team’s website?

  82. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I would like to thank the Packers for pathetic play and all those dropped balls…Good show!



  83. By Andy on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    @Joe D

    For a non-packer fan you must have no life to be spending so much time on the Packers website. Must suck to not ever see a Lombardi trophy.
    Its okay. We all agree the packers defense sucked this year. but the real story is the packers offense dropping passes and fumbling the ball. The playoffs are all about the hot team and its obvious the Packers peaked waaay early this year. Last year we peaked at the right time. Hence why we rolled to a championship. So i wish the giants luck. Good luck in San Fran.

  84. By Joe D on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Hope the Packers are happy that they did the stupidist thing ever, sat out the last week…..why?? the Packers are not good enough to sit out, but I’m glad they did, it exposed them for being the posers they are, THE WORST 15 and 1 TEAM IN THE HISTORY OF THE NFL!! gotta love it.

    Change the colr from LambPeuk green to Big Blue, the Giants own that stadium!!

  85. By javier santos on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    u sock packers r the best of the season

  86. By junior on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    by watching the game today i was super disapointed on the way both sides were playing. one the offense shouldnt drop that many passes and expect to win games and turn the ball over as well. the defense wow you guys played like a bunch of high school players, we need a pass rush bad!!!! and our secondary needs to play way better next year then they did today dom capers needs to make adjustments on defense and macarthy needs to work on the offense and there lack of catching important passes

  87. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    “I find the trolls to be hilarious. How does it not prove that you’re a loser when your team wins and the first thing you do is go to another team’s website?”

    It’s called “rubbing it in” lol

    Looooooooser! lol

  88. By ClassAct on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I am the biggest Packer fan in the world. But, they didn’t win. Hand it to the Giants, who came to play. There will be next year, and the Pack will be back! Let’s move on!

  89. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    the packers were clearly the most talented team in the nfl this season….to put up such an embarrassing show is laffable…..jokes, each and every one of you

  90. By Chitown Pack fan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Let’s see..

    Giants were prepared and the Packers were not.

    The Giants executed, the Packers did not.

    Give them credit.

    The Pack, however, will be back.

  91. By Hugo Fitch on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Dropped passes by the Pack receivers? Sure. Bye week rust? Maybe. Emotionally drained after the tragic death of coach Philbin’s son? Perhaps. But bear in mind that GB scored two TDs following absolutely horrendous calls: the fumble that wasn’t, and the phantom blow to the head by Osi. Face it, the team that played better won today. Congrats on a great season, Green Bay fans, now root on Big Blue to another Super Bowl.

  92. By Uma on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I am a NE Patriots fan and I didn’t even understand first why I came to this site. Now I know. I wanted to convey my thanks to the Packers for a great season and for really raising the standard for all of football this season. I was very sorry to see them lose today. I would have very much liked a Pats-Packs showdown.

    With all the sorrow going on within the team, especially with their OC, it is understandable that routine preparations were disrupted. Anyone can have a bad day, this unfortunately was theirs.

    They are a very classy team and will come back even stronger next year. Any real football fan has to like and respect this team.

  93. By Deb on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I’m also a fan of the Packers and always will be. Win or Lose. But that doesn’t blind me to the fact that today they played horribly. Our defense is simply undefendable and today our offense didn’t show up to play either. I have to admit in all honesty I didn’t expect to win today the way our defense has been playing. But, with some work in that area we’ll be back stronger next season. See all you nasty commentors then.
    GO PACK GO!!!!

  94. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    all of us collectively do not make as much money as the lowest paid player on either team….

    they are all driving away in there mercedes…

    folks, hate to break it to you, but they do not care…

  95. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Aaron Rogers and that Girlie-Man with the blonde hair can go back to making “Discount Double Check” commercials now…They’re good at those…

  96. By marty on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    They suck. McCarthy should be FIRED!!!!!!!!

  97. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    without doubt, the team that showed up won…….

  98. By Abernathy, Texas on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Well said, Erik from STEELER NATION

  99. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    jimmy, it is spelled “their”

  100. By James Herbert on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I have to agree that many of the comments from “Packer fans” are a bit surprising and lack any modicum of class (other than being classless). They went 15-1, had a tremendous run but, on this day, had a bad day with drop balls and fumbles. I suppose none of the “fans” who have made disparaging remarks on this blog ever had bad days at work? But, then again, you probably do not work anyway.

    The Pack will be back in 2012-2013. Congratulations on a fine season and thank you for making this one a special one as well.

    Jim H.

  101. By Rich on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Dear Packers Fans,
    You had a great season. You have a great team. As a GIANTS fan, I apologize for the moron (LOL) above. They probably no little about Football and less about sportsmanship. I’m happy my team won, but you guys are outstanding. Aaron Rodgers is an outstanding QB. You’ll be in “The Hunt” for many seasons to come. Wish us well
    Giants Fan

  102. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    what is worse….having the worst team in the league or the best team that plays the worst in the biggest game of the year?

  103. By KDC on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I can’t believe you fans are talking about firing your coach. Try being a Cowboys fan.

    This game comes down to the fact that the Girly men know how to turn it up when they need to, remember 2007. And when Ely is hot, watch out. Plus, this is the NFL which means not for long. Any team can win at anytime. I laugh every time anyone makes predictions.

  104. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    “The Pack will be back in 2012-2013.”

    So will 31 other teams…LOooooooooooooser! lol

  105. By gale on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    very disappointing. can’t expect to win when you play like that. I am a die hard packers fan but the giants played well and derserved to win. as far as the giants fans are concerned you need to grow up and stop name calling. it looks bad for your team.

  106. By Ron on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Woodson did nothing …….Hello coach

  107. By dabenoman on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Green Bay had a great season and arron rodgers had a great season one bad game does not give everyone the right to give the guy a hard time. he is great and he knows it he just had a bad game it happens. good luck next year Green bay i still love being a packer fan. Go pack Go.

  108. By Bill M. on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    When the Packers loose they do it as a team. Players, coaches, water boy.

  109. By Alan B on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Defense wins championships, and you don’t have much more than my Cowboys. Hopefully we both learned our lessons.

  110. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    GO PACK! Go home and watch the CHAMPIONSHIP game…lol

  111. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    those of us who watched the pack closely last year knew the dropped ball problem was huge….yet, the management kept the same guys….it was kept under wraps all year, but in this game it was just too much….and, how about that great defense at the end of the second half….

    here is question for you…do the packers have any coaches? were any second half adjustments made?

    can we all agree that mike is no vince lombardi?

  112. By Pack Fan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    @ BEARSFAN, Leave it to a bears fan to swear. Yes we lost and we deserved it today but this website is open to everyone, be a little respectable.

  113. By Dr. Jablonski on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply


  114. By kenn on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Brett Farve did better with his team than this team did betcha he is LHAO rite now saying that is what rodgers gets for trying to show him up

  115. By BIG CHEESE on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Congratulations to the Giants and their fans. The Giants made far fewer mistakes than the Pack and deserved to win this game. Excellent job by the Green Bay Packer offensive line who prior to the game seemed to be the biggest question. Bottom line: a team can’t give the ball away that many times and drop as many passes as the Packers did and expect to win. We’ll have another great team next year and I’m looking forward to it. Go Pack Go… Still the winningest team in the history of the NFL with 13 Titles! Still love the Green & Gold as I have for the past 49years!

  116. By Ryan of Wichita on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply


  117. By Drew on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    What makes our fans great is not resorting to kicking them when they are down. Show respect for our boys by not becoming the fans that we all hate. You know, the type that go to a losing teams website and insult them.

  118. By Ron on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Allot of dissappointed fans at Lambeau …… where will this take the Packers next year. Thank you fans for the 62 million dollars for the expansion , hang your stock with pride…..

  119. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    seriously, can you imagine what vince lombardi would have done with this team?

  120. By Ron on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply


  121. By Hugo Fitch on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Pack fans knocking Rodgers, you must have watched a different game than I did. The job he did keeping drives alive with his LEGS, prevented this game from being even a bigger blowout. Show him the respect he deserves, he is a GREAT football player.

  122. By Pete Caldwell on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I had a bad feeling about this game.Unfortunately,I was right.The lack of defense will always hurt u in the playoffs.They did play well in the 3rd quarter,but for the first time all year,the offense could not take advantage.Just one of those days.Every team has them,u just hope its not in a big game.I love this team,they will be back.Just shows how hard it is to repeat.Packers and Steelers both one and done.

  123. By Mark on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Thanks for a great season. Today is another hard lesson learned, like the 2009 Cardinal loss. Next year Super Bowl, then go for the repeat.

    I wish the Giants well in SF next week.

  124. By jack harrington on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    After years of watching these blogs and putting up with some pretty stupid, moronic and otherwise lowbrow comments from Bears, Lions, in particular Vikings fans and various other teams “fans”, I finally have to say congratulations to the Giants (again) “fans” for diving to a new bottom feeder low in post game winner posts. You’ve got to be kidding me.
    Sub-Human, low end of the gene pool, must be rejected from Night of the Living Dead extra’s, I hope your trailer park has a special place for you idiots.
    Best wishes to your team as they move on in the NFC…if we can’t be there, I hope you do it in the Super Bowl.

  125. By Dan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The engine just ran out of fuel; it is as simple as that!
    It has been a great run and no matter what; the Packers are better than they played today!
    But; many changes are going to occur this offseason and the team will be different in many respects, but I am ready and will reenergize for next season!
    GO PACK…


  126. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    packers fans, can we all agree on one thing?

    finley has to go….

    i can not bear to watch him drop one more pass….

    has there ever been another player with more hype who was a bad?


  127. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    “Show respect for our boys by not becoming the fans that we all hate. You know, the type that go to a losing teams website and insult them.”

    Awe…Somebody’s whining…

  128. By weloveourpackers on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    How sad that so called fans have to bash the very team they cheered and loved prior to kick off. A true packer fan loves the pack win or lose. We should be proud of our packers, but instead we’ve got a few classless fans saying how the Packers are an embarassment to the state of WI, players and coaches should be fired etc. Really get a life. Stay classy and be a true fan not just a fan that cheers for the pack during the good times and then kicks them to the curb when things don’t go the way we had all hoped for. Be proud of what the Packers have accomplished, I know I am. Go Pack Go!

  129. By Midwesterner on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Packers stink. Rogers will never be as good as Farve. McCarthy is absolutely LOST on the sidelines. He’s got that deer in the headlights look with 10 minutes to go. Using the timeouts with 4 minutes to go????? Moron. Crappy Defensive caught up with gb today.

  130. By Tabs on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    To 34 Fan…your comment is disgusting.

  131. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Look, bottom line, a defense that was inept with talent all year caught up. That being said, the offense that carried them all year tonight was inept. The d actually played better than expected for me, the O………what a shame……what could have been….and what will be next year….something has to give on the defensive side of the ball…..we have too much talent to be the laughing stock of the nfc

  132. By ohiopackers on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    wow, what can i say, just wow…i still love the pack, but….work needs to be done, they did not play the way we know they can, plain and simple….and as for the bears fans, and to BEAESFAN-jay cutler, really?? this one is gonna sting for a while, but sometimes thats what it takes. we still love the pack always will…
    GO PACK GO!!!

  133. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    “Be proud of what the Packers have accomplished”

    Yes, revel in your loss…lol

  134. By Alan B on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The 15-1 record was misleading, getting to play the sorry Vikings twice, the Buccaneers, Rams, Raiders, pre-Tebow Broncos. And Falcons proved to be pretenders, getting shut out by these same Giants (2 pts were a safety, the offense of the Falcons were shut out) If the Packers had to play the Giants twice, the Patriots, Eagles twice, etc like the Cowboys, they would have been shown not to be that great.

  135. By Hugo Fitch on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Hey Jack, these youngsters are not representative of Giants fans as a whole. I go back to Yankee Stadium with the Jints, and have suffered through some lean years, as well as some gut-wrenching losses. Today brought back that ’07 feeling, and it was sweet.

  136. By Pete Caldwell on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    And by the way,this is on the GREEN BAY PACKERS website.All these negative comments by people who are obviously NOT Packer fans,get the hell off.Dont u anything better to do?

  137. By John Shaffstall on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    and the real Packers can now sit down.
    so Aaron Rodgers is playing better than Brett Favre ever did eh? riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight.
    at least BF never laid down and quite. rodgers sucks….

  138. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    “Dont u anything better to do?”


  139. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply


    …that time passed with finishing of Lombardi’s grave…

  140. By RetiredK9 on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    NFL worst in history pass defense. All those pretty TD passes, all those games with 30 or 40 points, and the Packers learned the same lesson the Saints learned yesterday: DEFENSE WINS CHAMPIONSHIPS. And the Packers don’t have one. It’s gonna be a long offseason in Wisconsin.

  141. By CN on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Just proves time off in the NFL is not a good thing

  142. By jack harrington on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    As to the supposed Packer “fans” cutting everything and anybody who played on the team , because we lost….Where have you been over these past years and in partcular months? We DID win the Super Bowl (AGAIN!) and go 15-1 this year.
    What? We’re supposed to win every game and every Super Bowl for what…ten years? Twenty?
    Jump off the wagon you short-termers…we don’t need you.

  143. By Alan B on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Markie, the Steelers have 6 SBs to the Packers three, but if you go back to when both were playing, in the old NFL days, the Packers do have more titles, please be more specific when you brag on your team, is all.

  144. By Hugo Fitch on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Good call, Alan, on pointing out that competing for the NFC East title toughens a team up, and is great prep for the postseason. I don’t necessarily think that the Pack playing in a “weak” division is a huge factor in how they are “rated”, as all of those games are versus intense rivals as well. The Giants played better today, and deserved the win.

  145. By Ag on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The Giants beat Green Bay and they did a GREAT job doing it. I watched the interview with Rogers after the game who never once acknowledge the fact that the Giants played better then GB and never gave them the credit that is due. Green Bay thought they would win. Giants kick their butt. And I’m so GLAD they did.

  146. By ohiopackers on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    oh yea, and another thing, if you filthly mouthed people were real football fans, you wouldn’t talk like that about any team, but i guess you will figure that out when your grow up-just a little- GO PACK GO!!!!

  147. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    jimmy get a grip……….what are you some kind of plant?

  148. By Chuck on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Im so disappointed right now. I really thought this game against the Giants would be so much different than in the 2007 season. I’m still trying to understand why with so much to play for we played so badly! I don’t want to do any analyzing here but just to express my complete and utter disappointment in the way this season ended with such a remarkable regular season behind them and such a rare opportunity to go far in the playoffs. Sad very sad. It’s gonna take a while to get over this one but like all true Packer fans I look forward with anticipation to the 2012 Packers.

  149. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    “Markie, the Steelers have 6 SBs to the Packers three, but if you go back to when both were playing, in the old NFL days, the Packers do have more titles, please be more specific when you brag on your team, is all.”

    Since the MERGER, fool…It wouldn’t be fair to compare the winningist team when the Bears have been around since the 20′s and the Bucs since the 70′s…

    Re-assess you packer math…

  150. By Dave on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Here is a thought. Back in 2008 versus the Giants McCarthy practiced indoors at the Don Hutson center to prep for the game. In that game the Pack did not look comfortable or prepared for that game and we lose. The exact same thing happen this year. McCarthy once again practiced indoors in the Don Hutson center to prep for the game. Bottom line, practice outdoors and get your team ready for the uncertainties of the weather. The real advantage of Lambeau field is the weather and the fans. McCarthy is to blame for this lose, he clearly did not get this team ready. And if Reggie wants Dom Capers for the Raiders head coach job, TAKE HIM! ASAP!

  151. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    i guess we all just have to let the sixties and lombardi go….those days are gone….

    champions in 61 and 62…and 65 and 66 and 67….then, finally again in 95……then, the miracle of 10….

    will the green and gold ever win again?

  152. By Sgt Rock 51 on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I’ve been a Packer fan for 45+ yrs. Don’t think I’m a sore loser because in that time I’ve watched my packers(Of course, I’m a stock holder!)loose ALOT of football games. Tonite, for the first time ever, I am embarrased to be a Packer fan. Sure, I’ll get over it. We’ll be back. Bla-Bla-Bla, Yada-Yada_Yada. They had a chance to repeat and they blew it. You dont get many chances like this in the NFL. Started in the offseason with some AWFUL choices by management, and ended with out of sync but well rested players(THAT NEVER WORKS!!!!!)and what we all knew would be our eventual downfall. The worst defence i have ever seen take the field in Greenbay. Combine that with an offence with no sense of urgency that has a well rested out of sync QB and tight ends that cant catch a football and you have the most pathetic performance…at home…in a playoff game…in the history of the Greenbay Packers organization! Now we”ll see if Management holds anyone accountable. Starting with itself!

  153. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    jimmy get a grip or turn in your colors

  154. By Rick on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The Pack picked the worst possible time to play their worst offensive game of the year. The defense played their usual sh-it game – 400 total yards, 37 points and no pass rush. Offensively they self-destructed and deserved to lose. For all intents and purposes the game was over when Manning threw that hail-Mary TD pass at the end of the first half.

  155. By Mark on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    It is long overdue for a needed change in the structure of professional sports. It is time to pay players only when they win. Where is the incentive to win when you’re paycheck is guaranteed throughout the contract?

    What a pathetic performance by the Packers. Where was the incentive to win? Are the playoff games scripted before hand to determine who wins and who will lose? Where was the incentive by the Packers to win two championships back to back?

  156. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Big G-You seem like an expert…Whose do you recommend? Your Mom’s? lol

  157. By Jhughes08 on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Cmon true Packer fans don’t jump ship now! We lost and that sucks. No doubt we were off our game today. But that doesn’t mean we didn’t have a good season. It’s disappointing, but now we can asses and correct our weaknesses and win another championship next season…..

  158. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    to my beloved packer fans, did you see the same game i did? that was shockingly embarrassing….you got giants idiots thinking their team actually played well….wow….we gave them this game…why did we even show up? why not just call in sick? i am telling you: vince lombardi is so mad right now, he is saying:

    what the he!! is goin on out there?

  159. By Phil on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I am and always will be a Packer fan. What happened today wasn’t a total surprise. Our defense has been a bit poor all season but the offense has always been able to step up (except the KC game of course). Lots of changes in store for the defense next year maybe starting with a new coordinator. Anyway, keep your heads up-we’ll be back!! GO PACK!!

  160. By RetiredK9 on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Hey Packers fans, here’s another record your team earned this year: Aaron Rodgers today becomes the only quarterback in the history of the NFL (Super Bowl era) to lose only one game during the regular season, then fail to win a playoff game that season.
    Rodgers really didn’t play very well, but then again, neither did his receivers. Or his secondary. Or his offensive line. Or……

  161. By IndyPack on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Joe D- The Giants are 4-4 at Lambeau. Hardly “owning the stadium.”

  162. By BIG CHEESE on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Congratulations to the Giants and their fans. The Giants made far fewer mistakes than the Pack and deserved to win this game. Excellent job by the Green Bay Packer offensive line who prior to the game seemed to be the biggest question. Bottom line: a team can’t give the ball away that many times and drop as many passes as the Packers did and expect to win. We’ll have another great team next year and I’m looking forward to it. Go Pack Go… Still the winningest team in the history of the NFL with 13 Titles! Still love the Green & Gold as I have for the past 49years!

  163. By Robert Burns on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I can’t imagine how the players must feel but that was the biggest melt down I have ever seen in professional sports. You don’t go from perfect to putrid over a three week vacation without a reason.

  164. By Frank on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Aaron Rodgers should spend less time doing State Farm commercials and more time on his game. He was completely outplayed by Eli Manning. Aaron Rodgers proved today he is not one of the NFL’s elite Quarterbacks.

  165. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    markie you seem like a troll…….who is your team, someone who didnt play in the postseason i expect……..

  166. By packershareholder on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I agree the Packers looked like a hot mess today, but it was our best season ever and I am and will always be a lifelong Packer fan. The ignorant, fair weather fans posting on this blog will never understand the joy of being a true Packer fan and I for one am proud to wear the Green and Gold. The nasty mouths of Giants fans just enforces why Packer fans have the reputation of being the nicest most loyal fans in the NFL. Go Packers!!!!!!!!!!!!

  167. By Jay on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    It always scares me…either you are rested or you’re rusty when you sit that long…unfortunately we were rusty tonight. However, Tom Brady did put on a clinic and he was rested…but only for one week. Mike and Ted…C’mon man…you need to keep the fire going to keep everyone warm. Disappointed, yes…outcoached…perhaps…dropped passes and lack of passion best describes our outing. Bears fans…lost all respect for your comments…Giants were the better team today…but not the best team. Still will bleed the Green and Gold…we had a bad day.

  168. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    i am over my anger and disappointment…just as the players are, i am sure…they are all driving away in their shiny new mercedes…laffin at all of us….do you really think any of them care?

    sure, they wanted to win to get the winners share of $…but, other than that, believe me there is no Lombardi Packer within 50 miles of Lambeau…

    None of them care, one wit, win or lose…

    Sad, but true…

  169. By Mark S. on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The Giants played better than the Packers in clutch situations; our Packers made too many mistakes to overcome them. GB had a great season….but, it’s over. Hopefully, they will improve their team for next season and get to the Super Bowl (in a warm climate).

  170. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    frank get a grip, it was not a great performance but do you think 10 dropped passes had anything to do with that?

  171. By FJ Cruiser Fan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Kudos to the fans who took their hats off to the Giants fans and recognized the blown calls. I was wondering if the same guys who paid the refs in the Steelers/Seahawks Superbowl also paid the officiating crew today. The game could have been over sooner had it not been for 2 of the most horrific calls I’d seen in years. That ref looked like he was on his deathbed – or at the very least, severely under the weather. After that hideous non-fumble call, I was sure things would go GB’s way. Guess not!

  172. By Kenny Miller on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I am in absolute disbeleif of how poorly we played today never the less I love the Green Bay Packers no matter win or lose. There is a very apparent reason why we didn’t win this week. We thought that we were the best in the world, our heads got big. Then you realize what is happening, your not the best bet we are 1 offseason away from making believers of the Pack and reigning champions once again. GO PACK GO!!!!!!!!!

  173. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    markie as I said before, it is tough yelling big blue when cowboy stadium is your home isnt it…….. the height of hypocrisy

  174. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    here is the good news…..none of packer fans have to figure out how we are going to afford another super bowl this year…..haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa…..

    we can spend our money on food and shelter for our kids…

    and, the packers players can go on a cruise in the carribean…

    what a joke……shockingly embarrassing

  175. By Ag on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Jimmy, Giant fans are not idiots. Who is moving on NOT Green Bay. Way to go GIANTS. New York is the best.

  176. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    well said Kenny

  177. By Ryan of Wichita on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Cullen Jenkins, please come back!

  178. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Lol…I didn’t know there was a Cowboys Stadium on Long Island…lol

  179. By Branden on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply


    Thanks for the comment. Congratulations to your team and to the fans like you supporting the Pride of the Big Apple today. Take it to the Niners next week. Take this win at Lambeau and go all the way with it. Just like ’07. Good game, Giants. See you next year. Same place, same time…. ;)

  180. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    jimmy you make me sick…….get a grip bro

  181. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    And where are you from, Big G? Kansas? Arizona? lol

  182. By IndyPack on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Hey Retired K9- Was that by a right-handed quarterback that was playing after 4pm following a two week bye where they won 60% of their home games over the last 90 game span that ate spaghetti the morning of the game? Who gives a crap!?! Doesn’t that make Ryan Grant also the first running back who went 15-1 to lose during… How about Clay Matthews? Doesn’t that make him the first LOLB to go 15-1 to lose…? Oh- how about Crosby? Doesn’t that make him the first kicker to go 15-1 during the regular season to go 15-1 and lose…? We’re all crying over that stat

  183. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    BLOWN CALLS? what? excuse me? is someone blaming that shockingly emabarrassing collapse on the refs?

  184. By embarrassed on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Embarrassing! Did the Packers even show up. I see a defensive overhall next year. Looked like they all were standing around in the secondary…well all year they were doing that. And the only one on offense who showed up was Driver.There is no quit in that man.

  185. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    mark with an IE…..doesnt that make it a girls name..honey…..

  186. By Badfish66 on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The D was terrible all year an it was inevitable that it would come back to haunt us at some point. Charlie Peprah is the worst player we have ever had on d. after he let the O lineman from NE return a kick 60 yds lads year I would have thought that would have been evident to everyone. Poor tackling never wins, and tonight we suffer those consequences.

  187. By Ohiopackerbacker on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I read a couple posts that say Finley has to go and I couldn’t agree with them more. Trade him for defensive line help. He is not as good as he thinks he is. He obviously has a concentration problem and can’t block worth a dam. The won the SB last year without him so how important is he?

  188. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I thought only girls had a “Big G” lol…

  189. By Andy Josephs on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The NY Giants football team completely outplayed and outclassed our Packers today on both sides of the ball. Congrats to them, my hat is off to you. As for their fans who show their intelligence level with their ridiculous comments, all I can say is your lack of class in victory can only lead me to beleive that if you had anything better to do our National Unemployment Rate would be substatntially better. Congrats to all of you for bringing our nation’s economic recovery to a screeching halt. It is amazing that this level of stupidity resides in people who can access the internet. Your team deserved to win today, you played better on both sides of the ball. Take a note from the small town fans, win with class and dignity. P.S. use spell check before submitting your moronic “WE WON” comments. Hey Giants’ fan, you didn’t suit up and play, the men who wear your colors did, they may not be back next year. I can guarantee the Packers nucleus will be. Enjoy 2012, we will definitely enjoy 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016…….

  190. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    i will not back down…i am not a packer defensive lineman just letting the gints blast for another yard or two…

    so, you don’t like the truth? explain that TD we gave up at the end of the second half….do you think lombardi’s pack gives up that six points?

  191. By OdinsEye on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Not taking anything away from the Giants, the Packers did an excellent job of beating themselves. Seven dropped passes that ended drives that cost this team at least 21 points, three turnovers, one handing the Giants 7 points, and a Hail Mary at the end of the half that took whatever life was left out of the Packers.

    How many balls is Finley going to drop before the coaching staff realizes that maybe, just maybe, Finley is a bit overrated. Defensively, Matthews played well. Burnett played well. Pickett played well and Raji had a decent game. But where was the rest of the defense?

    The other day, it was reported that Oakland was interested in Dom Capers as a head coach. In light of how the defense has played all year and considering that the defense only has had one good season sandwiched by two awful seasons, Capers going to Oakland is not going to hurt the Packers.

    Two things that the Packers need to come to grips with. As good as Aaron Rodgers is, he cannot do it by himself. Second, you need a defense that is effective in keeping the opposition pinned in their own territory, not bending hoping for a turnover. How many times was Manning able to sit in the pocket on third and long situations? And what is with a three man rush early in the game?

    Both the Packers and the Saints, teams with questionable defenses and super offenses, no longer are in contention. And before anyone points out that New England won easily yesterday, take a look at who they played. The Packers, with all their offensive talent, still need a strong defense. The heck with this bend but don’t break scheme.

  192. By obamalova on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Sad day! I cant believe it!

  193. By Ethan Kessler on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I just want to know how much money McCarthy has in his annual budget to pay the refs today…and the Pack still lost. A fumble not called a fumble even when given a few minutes to look at it. A roughing call that wasn’t even close to it. I’ve never seen a reffing crew that wanted one team to win so much as these guys wanted the Pack to win today. They were terrible and one-sided.

  194. By FloridaPacker on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    So we lost. It isn’t the first or the last time. It’s frustrating, but as a Packer fan we have laughed at the commercials, been elated with the victories, and been dismayed at the losses. Its a game. teams win and lose and it has been a thrill the last few years. Favre kept us on the edge of our seats year after year. Rodgers has already won a Super Bowl. Driver continues to smile and catch balls. It is an amazing franchise that perpetuates a culture that few other teams or businesses can pull off. Just look at all the “shares of stock” sold. GO GREEN BAY!!!

  195. By Raymond Boucher on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I saw this one coming, no kidding!
    The defense was shaky all year. Was it the loss of Jenkins (Cullen) or Collins (36)? I don’t know, but the glue sure came undone. With zero pass rush and poor tacking in the secondary do you expect to compete at this level? Really? TT: hurry up and sign a few free agents for the defense. Look at SF’s defensive line, line backers and DBs. You’ve got work to do!

    By the way, Finley is a distraction and a phony. Let him go to FA and fill his spot with someone who has the character you usually look for in a GB player.
    Ray from Canada

  196. By garbonzo on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Coaches who can outline plays on a black board are a dime a dozen. The ones who win get inside their player and motivate.

    I firmly believe that any man’s finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle – victorious.

    Show me a good loser, and I’ll show you a loser.

    The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack of will.

    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.

    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. Winning is habit. Unfortunately, so is losing.

    -Vince Lombardi

    I remember those years. These years are not those years……too bad. I’m a Packer fan for 53 years, this is one of the worst performances I’ve seen in such a crucial game. I bleed green and gold. Unfortunately our players and coaches, were not prepared to win. Lack of effort, concentration, preparation and will.

  197. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    mark with an IE…..doesnt that make it a girls name..honey

  198. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    HAHAHAHA! A Packer fan from Virginia…Wow…That’s NOT a

  199. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    well……..mark with an IE…..doesnt that make it a girls name..honey

  200. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    it is impossible to put into words how bad this team played today….you have those crazy people in ny thinking they actually beat the green bay packers in lambeau, when we all know this group of wanna-be packers just gave them the game…, how bad can you play in 60 minutes? 10 dropped passes….4 fumbles…..a defense that let more yards go then a border control agent ….?

  201. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    who calls a mark markie after the first grade…..

  202. By obamalova on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    We should of won this game, i dont know how to feel….we wasted such a great season! omg…..what to do now….omg how can we mess this up….we suppose to win Sb this year!!!! WHYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY?

  203. By Rich on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The results of last year and this year for the Packers tells me that the parity of this league means that the hottest teams will have the best chances in the playoffs. I would have not considered the Packers a “hot” team at the end of the year.

    Also it’s ironic that last year the Packers had all the injuries and had this “us vs. the world” attitude and that carried them to the Super Bowl. That, and a healthy Nick Collins made a big difference. Can’t see how Charlie Peprah can be a starting safety for the Pack next year. Cost the Packers 7, maybe 14 points today with his inability to “make a play”.

  204. By Bear hater on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Hey they beat those Bears four times in one year. KNocked em out of the playoffs. I’ll take that and say thanks to the Green and Gold.

  205. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Awe…Big G Spot hates my name…lol

  206. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    feeling a little self concious about your juvenile moniker??

  207. By J Anderson on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    OK….I’m an Eagles fan….I know…8-8. However, we have owned the Giants for the past 5 years. Giants are an easy team to beat IF you can get pressure on Manning. He crumbles under pressure. The Packers, even though they had a great record were giving up way too many points all season. I kept saying if someone could shut Rodgers down for one game the Pack would lose because they give up way too many points. That’s what happened today. The Giants offense is not very good. To give up 37 points to them is just a reflection on how poor a defense the Packers really have. Not sure what happened from last year but something is different. Defense wins in January.
    Don’t be surprised if the Raven are there in the end.
    Ray Lewis can still play.

  208. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Isn’t Virginia for losers? lol

  209. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Big G…My juvenile moniker? lol…”BIG G” is sooooo cool…lol

  210. By warren on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I would really like to know exactly how the Pack prepared the last two weeks, and how many off days they enjoyed. To go 15-1, and lose at HOME in the playoffs is unacceptable—a few years ago it was unheard of for the Packers to lose at home in the Playoffs—Bart Starr NEVER lost! I heard Jerry Kramer once say “when the games on the line you do your assignment perfectly, you leave no chance for error”…he was talking about his great block in the ice bowl to score Bart. Sadly, our guys didnt do their assignment, and blemished our home record in the playoffs. I hope they are as sick as I feel, and if not, I hope they are on a fast bus outta town.

  211. By Rachel on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    We have all been able to watch the Packers play since the Pre-season. It is easy to pinpoint out the faults of the team and individual players, and trust me, I did while I watched the game, after I switched jersey’s 3 times, hoping that one would be better luck than the other, I realized my efforts had no impact to what the Giant’s were delivering.

    This lose is bittersweet, but only gives the team motivation for the future. Some players will stay, some will be traded, and some will not make the team again next year, I enjoyed watching this years 2011-2012 team and cannot wait until August!


  212. By Ag on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I’m just a Giant’s fan going to bed with a smile on my face. Have a good night.

  213. By JIm on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Green Bay still has one of the most potent offenses in the NFL …. Let’s get some things changed on defense this off season and we’ll be unstoppable …. Thanks for alot of fun this year Pack!!! =)

  214. By Forty-Finer on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    As a 49er fan (living in GB), I was rooting for the Giants. Now I wish the Pack would have won. The Giants are just plain SCARY in the playoffs. Congrats on a great season, you have a very talented team for years to come. GO NINERS !

  215. By garbonzo on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I would recommend the Pack drafting Coby Fleener, TE Stanford first pick in 2012 draft. 6’5″ 250lbs. Great hands, speed, good blocker, he can stretch out the field. Averaged 20 yds per catch. Led Stahford in TD catches.

  216. By obamalova on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    we should blame our receivers….too many dropped balls….Rogers still MVP! I give our coaching staff a solid C! Rogers had 78.5 rating i think….this is because receivers let him down…and Grant’s FUMBLE….was a knife in my heart

  217. By IndyPack on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Frank- I looked but I didn’t see Rodgers on defense like you said. You said he outplayed Rodgers but I didn’t see him take the field once all game on defense. He did however outplay the Packers defense. Rodgers had a lot of things go wrong today (6+) dropped passes that killed 3 deep drives for one. Yeah, I think he’s an elite quarterback. One game doesn’t ruin a players body of work. And doesn’t have an inferiority complex to have to proclaim himself one at the beginning of a season.

  218. By obamalova on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    giants did not deserve this win!

  219. By jimmy taylor redux on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    here is what bothers me….one last rant and then i will yield the floor…

    because of the Lombardi Legend and the Lombardi Trophy and all, everyone thinks that every player who puts on a Packer uniform could have played for Lombardi…

    does any Packer fan think Finley could have played for Lombardi?

    does any Packer fan think that Lombardi would have put up with this Defense this year?

    No way, no how…Lombardi care about one thing:

    Winning, Winning, Winning…

    This group of slackers aint no Lombardi Packers!

    Good night…

  220. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    J you are right and when we brought pressure, eli turned and threw ducks……. we then turned around and rushed three and got picked apart……… do the math………… I think we have too much talen on defense to be last in the league. Again… you do the math……Im not a gm….

  221. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Big G: So, you gonna watch the CHAMPIONSHIP GAME? lol

  222. By Dianne on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    To win the Super Bowl, a lot of factors have to come together and run smoothly and it is hard to repeat. We had all systems go all season and today, we just hit a low…..unfortunately. The defense has been our Achilles Heel all year and it never changed.Our offense has always carried us. I don’t know where this team came from today…..all the mistakes…..and at Lambeau, of all places, in front of their fans. It will be a long off-season. I still love my Packers, just wish I could have said “Go Pack Go!” for 2 more games. :(

  223. By Hugo Fitch on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Look, it is not “Giants fans” who post asinine and immature comments on boards such as these, it’s kids, doing what they always do on discussion boards. Adults, however disappointed in a losing team, or elated after a win, can come and post analytic opinions on what took place on the field, and why their team won or lost without resorting to inanity and name-calling. Let’s remember where we are, and pay attention to only those with something of worth to say.

  224. By Truth Teller on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Did GB even practice? Totally outclassed in every phase of the game. Thought I was watching the Vikings and Giants.

  225. By obamalova on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    our Defense sure fall apart…what happen to Mathews….and what about Raji….i think both of them had the worst game….

  226. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Of course I am Mark….ie I am a fan of the Pack and NFL, and I will be rooting for the giants to get another ring

  227. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply


  228. By Markie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Cool- Just a little ribbing…

  229. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    they deserved it because they beat us you inept fool

  230. By Lollapalooka on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Wow I did not see on the football schedule that it was the New York Giants vs. The Green bay Packers and the NFL Referees. You Packer fans should be thankful the score looked respectable, because if not for the blatant pro-Packer refereeing of this game, your cheesy team would have put up a whopping 6 spot against Big Blue.

  231. By Ohiopackerbacker on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    @ Ethan Kessler- Are you blaming that abysmal performance on the refs? Was it their fault that Giants had receivers open all day and Manning was getting 4-6 seconds to throw? Was it their fault the Packs receivers couldn’t hold onto the ball? Face it – the Pack self-destructed today and deserved to lose. Blaming the refs is a cop-out and a losers lament.

  232. By obamalova on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply


  233. By BIG CHEESE on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The Pack got beat by a better team today G-Men. And congratulations to them and their real fans. I’m man enough to say it. But you’re still a jerk off, and many of your fellow fans think so too. Go Pack, we’ll be there next year for sure …

  234. By paul on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Still a great season. Thats playoffs. They are basically a roll of the dice. However they have to draft big on defense, defense and then some more defence. Have to be able to restrict teams when offense not firing.

  235. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    fool im 43…been wearing green and gold all my life..if you watched the game and have a iq of 15 or better we were BEATEN…….get a grip……… were we the better team….I think so…..tonight…… I think not

  236. By Jim Lynch on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Pack played their worst game of the season in the most important game of the season.
    Still to forget how they went 15-1 after winning the Super Bowl and being marked men, well that is just inexcusable.
    Thanks Pack for a great season and may all our draft picks be on defense. Starting with a legit pass rusher opposite Clay Matthews.
    The Pack will be afroce to be reckoned with for years to come.

  237. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    right on Big Cheese and J lynch…….bad game worst day…….go pack hats off giants

  238. By Hugo Fitch on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Leave it to an “obamalova” to think that “We should OF won this game…” makes sense in English. Stupid is as stupid writes.

  239. By paul on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    You watch next week the Giants will not be able to convert on 3rd and long like they did this week. I can’t believe the Packers decided to play their worst game of the year in the playoffs. I don’t reckon they would have beaten much today.

  240. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    hey ditka yall win this week…….or last week…….

  241. By Trevor on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    You packers fans make me sick who get on here and bad mouth the pack. We lost, we didn’t play like we had all year and that’s what happens in the NFL. We have a great young team and could use a couple of things but overall we’re just fine. Quite with the B S about firing and benching players and coaches. Its ridiculous and you sound like idiots. We have a MVP quarterback and a ton of good players, next year can’t come soon enough. GO PACK GO

  242. By Carie on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Not the way I wanted the season to end, but it was great while it lasted! I still and will always love my Packers!!

  243. By Hugo Fitch on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Question, obamalova: Are you his English teacher?

  244. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    sick brother…….come on…….stupid is as stupid votes…

  245. By BIG CHEESE on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Kinda know a little how you feel now Ditka, you know losing and all. Good luck next season Ditka, should be interesting with three good teams in the North next year.
    . Go Pack

  246. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Trevor….. good points…..still way too much talent on D to be last in the league…wheres the beef?

  247. By obamalova on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply


  248. By montanapackfan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    @gronk gonna spike giants
    Gotta hand it to the Patriots players and staff for bringing it on both sides of the ball Saturday…they looked like a championship team for sure. Good luck to your Patriots


    You are too stupid to address

    @ Joe

    The best and most knowledgeable fans in the NFL remain the Packer faithful. Rural does not translate to illiterate, your ignorance does. You are the dolt pal, start sniffing your battery acid.

    @ Greg…nicely put on the cut and paste comments

    @ Those GB fans complaining about our effort:
    Did we play our best today…not even close. Were their distractions like Philbin’s son dying and coaches being interviewed for jobs with other teams? Hell yes. Should we have risen above like a championship team is expected and still win…probably?

    Still at 15-1 we had a great season, hats off to the players and staff for that accomplishment. That said I have to side somewhat with Jimmy Taylor Redux when he asks why they call it the Lombardi…cause no one since him has done it as well. If you want a dynasty, something that lasts beyond the paycheck from year to year, then you must prepare and sacrifice the dollars for the legacy. With the coaches entertaining offers elsewhere before the seasons even over…how can one expect excellence or consistency?

    The Pack will be back in 2012…let’s hope our philosophy changes so we compete beyond the one-and-done and focus on immortality like Lombardi did.

    Roll on Green Roll on….2012

  249. By obamalova on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply


  250. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    If your english has anything to do with our team…..or voting record…….YOU are quite the embarrasment Nobama lovechild

  251. By adam on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    it is hard to win always..i love the packers but they are humans and it takes one bad game only to lose it all…The is not questions packers are the better team but today was a just a bad day….how often do teams in the NFL score on Hale Marry…it is not mean to be!
    Love the packers they have given us a great season and we should all be thankful..
    as for the bears and Viking Fans…i feel your pain..

  252. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    we will be back and on a mission montana packfan….

  253. By DDD on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I have been a Packer fan for 49 years, through good times and bad. One thing I do know is that the Packers aren’t going to win every game, which some of you so called fans seem to expect. They have a great season at 15-1 and have an off day at the wrong time and many of you want coaches fired and players let go. I read many of the posted comments and wonder what kind of fans some of you really are. I guess if some of you got your way and the coaches and players named in some of these comments were let go we could at least look forward to the number one draft choice next season. As a true Packer fan I am deeply embarrassed by some of the comments by “supposed” Packer fans.

    Hats off to the Giants for a well deserved win. Great season Packers … Looking forward to next season.

  254. By John on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I, like all Green Bay fans, am truly dissapointed by this loss.

    It was a total team loss. I hope this gets their sense of urgency back, and that the players finally see how important fundamentals are, which is what McCarthy said was the biggest problem all season.

    I think the two things that I hate the most about this are, that now I have to wait until next season to watch the pack play, and that my total jerk of a supervisor is a giants fan, and he’s probably going to be pretty smug about this tomorrow.

  255. By Hect on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    We seriously need Collins back. Peprah and Burnett are just not cutting it, Collins was way faster and stronger than either.
    Get Shields and Williams as Corners, they are fast and jump really tall and make Woodson be a Safety with Collins and leave Peprah and Burnett as reserves, Woodsons ability to strip the ball is that of a Safety.

    GET FINLEY OUT, or at least bench him until he can catch the ball, all the drops hes made, unbelievable. And get both a new DL guy and someone to rush the passer like Mathews, he got 3-teamed today many times and no one used the opportunity to get to Manning.

    Seriously, today the flaws were exposed, now please fix them in the offseason. Grant and Starks were good when they needed to though. Starks ran well once they gave him the ball.

  256. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    feel your pain Johnnyboy……..

  257. By adam on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The loss only show me how hard it is to 15-1 in the NFL…
    This team is the best!
    and will be for years to come

    you can’t win the supperbowls every year

  258. By dustmeister on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    well am in a bit of SHOCK but now I understand why bellichick never rests his qb keep them playing so they stay hot probably was a mistake to let all them players sit out last game of the year keep your foot on the throttle & go after it what a DISAPPOINTMENT to a 15-1 season

  259. By obamalova on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply


  260. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    are you kidding me………is this ditke…obamalover….

  261. By Joe H on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    On any given Sunday, anything can happen. Its a game and stuff happens. Sometimes it can turn to a rout in only a few plays. Play again tommorow and your team wins. Keep your heads up and think about the great season (and times) the Pack gave you, not to metion the SB the year before. That’s a lot more than most any other team in the NFL. And by the way, I’m a Bear fan and know about suffering.

  262. By obamalova on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply


  263. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I also agree with adam you moron……….

  264. By Franklin Rizzo on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Charlie Peprah killed the team in the first half.
    Crabtree, Finley, Kuhn, Starks, Grant, Jennings, and Rodgers killed the team in the whole game with bad hands, bad reads, bad throws, bad catches…. it was sickening.

    Every team won at home in the first 7 playoff games this season.

    But this team is not built for ice cold climate.
    Put a retractable dome on that dang field for January football and warm/fast it up there, or play only road playoff games or move them to Miami for the playoffs.
    The Dolphins are never using that stadium in the post-season.

  265. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    obamalover go back to the viking site…. you are obviously a troll or 9 year old on your dads laptop

  266. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Bigpackfan….Im afraid im in your camp

  267. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Vote for America this time 9 year old mentality fool………see you later vikefan

  268. By Hugo Fitch on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Nice to hear that cogent analysis from a Philly fan, back up there. That’s the “0 for the Super Bowl” Eagles, right? Quarterbacked last time by Donovan “Mr. Clutch” McNabb? Remarking on Eli “NFL season record for 4th quarter TD passes” Manning? Owning the team that beat your team at the Linc earlier this season, a loss which, without with, the EAGLES would have made the playoffs? THOSE Eagles, J Anderson?

  269. By obamalova on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply


  270. By Hugo Fitch on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Apologies to Mr. Clutch, the immortal Jerry West. I meant Donovan “No, Mommy, no soup for me today, I think I’m going to vomit in the 4th quarter of Super Bowl XXXIX” McNabb.

  271. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I agree obama queen…. gopackgo

  272. By Branden on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    I see a lot of GB fans chastising our players and coaches. Yes, we played poorly. No, coaches and players should not be fired for today’s game. This team and its fans are a family. The loss of the OC’s son was a big hit on this team, and it showed today. You could tell it weighed heavily on their minds. Is that an excuse, no. McCarthy said it himself, that you need to keep work and personal life separate… But sometimes, especially with the loss of, for all intents and purposes a ‘family’ member, easier said than done. That loss hit this team, all of them, hard. It showed in their game play. All this trash talk is ridiculous. Win or lose, go Pack, go. There is always next year. McCarthy and the coaching staff know what to fix, what they are doing. Have some faith. See you next year for another great season.

  273. By Hugo Fitch on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Spelling lesson for the day, Manning naysayers: You can’t spell elite without ELI. GO BIG BLUE!!!

  274. By PackFan17 on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    First off, I want to thank the entire Green Bay organization for another great year. Whether we are 0-16 or 15-1, I look forward to cheering on this team every season. That being said, this loss is going to hurt for a while seeing that the packers had homefield throughout the playoffs and that they made so many mental mistakes throughout the game against the giants. I still feel if this game is played 10 times, the pack win 8-9 of them. Sometimes, you just have games where you do not do the fundamentals very well (tackling, ball handling, catching, etc) and cannot execute on offense. Congrats to the G-men on a great win and good luck against the niners. I look forward to cheering on the pack in 2012!

  275. By Branden on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Well said, PackFan

  276. By Hugo Fitch on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Shout out to Big G! My Man!

  277. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    God Bless the Father and Son. Lord knows Ive lost sleep thinking about it. Perhaps you are right, I knew it would take a toll…… and it has…..the fog of reality included many dropped passes and an offense that looked mediocre. i couldnt agree with you more, we are a family and we will be back…. stronger and better than ever….the defense,,,was worst in the league…..lot of talent….rethink……

  278. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Back at you HF

  279. By Hugo Fitch on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    You Pack fans piling on the GB defense, remember that you dance, as the saying goes, with who brung ya. Your team had a +201 point differential in the regular season, second only to the Saints’ +208. Of course, you both met similar fates this weekend, proving, once again, that in football as in all sports, defense (pitching in baseball) usually wins out in the postseason.

  280. By Eddie R on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    As a Giants fan I would like to say that it was a great game tonight with the Packers. No one really gave the Giants a chance to come into your house and win after your great 15-1 season. I think most pundits forgot that having a 15-1 season does nothing in the playoffs. Is a new season and every team is @ 0. Vegas lost a lot of money betting on your team to destroy the Giants. I think Vegas forgot about how our defense was starting to gel together the last 3 games. Today Eli has showed that he is up there with the Elite QB’s in this league and I bet the pundits still won’t give him his due props even taking out the best QB in the NFL this season with a 15-1 record. See you guys next year.

  281. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    you are right hugo, and the O brung us…….pardon the grammar…the O was stale tonight, even though the line protected well better than expected……… we will be back….with a chip…..

  282. By Gharles on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    How does a team that is the defending superbowl champs and a 15 and 1 season end up with that kind of game. It seemed the defence played good enough to win until they were force to try and strip the ball away at the end. The Packers were in the game till the end of the game until someone thought it was good idea to go for 4th and 5 yards to go. Who was calling this game for the Pack was it Alvin And The Chipmunks? I mean really it seem like the pack was in panic mode from quarter 1. Who calls a on side kick in the first half unless they are desperate or trying to throw the game. Sometime I question the reality of sports and think its only what others want us to see at the time.

  283. By montanapackfan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Our patron saint Vince Lombardi….

    “It’s not whether you got knocked down; it’s whether you get back up.”

    Enough said, we were knocked down today but we will get up and impose our will in 2012 with a vengence.

    Roll on Green Roll on

  284. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    well said montana……….

  285. By montanapackfan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Hey Brad…get your nose out of the glue. Many here including myself noted the poor officiating today. Bandwagon ya I’m sure there are a few of those too here tonight.Get real…how many x-Packers fans have you met?

    Roll on Green Roll on

  286. By Branden on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Really…. With that line of commentary I will say goodnight. Thank you, Green Bay, for the wonderful season. With many more to come.

    Go Pack.

  287. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    da na na na na na na… na na na….da na na na na na na…….na na na na….da na na na na na na …… da na na na.. Go pack Go

  288. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    sorry the bears didnt make it to the tourney bradley…….better luck next year

  289. By Brad on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Not a Bears fan

  290. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply


  291. By Hugo Fitch on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Big G, I hope we dance again with the Pack next January, and hopefully you guys will be attempting to dethrone The Giants. You’re a good sport, and a good fan.

  292. By Lawrence Brown on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    Well, one thing is for sure: The Packers had a great season but at the same time need to renovate their defensive line. Their organization will need restructuring. BUT, they play with heart and committment everytime. That is all that I ask as the Packers look to the off season to prepare for 2012-2013. Disappointing as it is to see a loss like this at a crucial time, I think that Vince Lombardi would want us not only playing on the field like winners, but being mentally tough, spiritually tough. I agree with that philosophy and am so proud of this organization!

    NY, you played outstanding, and congratulations. Good luck in the playoffs! A great performance like yours in perseverence needs no introduction or conclusion! Play hard and you will succeed both on and off the field! Also, win graciously and if you lose, do so with dignity, knowing you gave it your best all out effort!

    GB management, you have your work cut out for you; I have great respect for what you are done and have great regards for the effort. However, defese is the biggest priority and needs immediate attention.

    GB coaches: Thanks for sticking with your players rain or shine. Don’t let this one get to your heads; everyone has off days. This season, defense was the weak link in the chain. So don’t beat yourselves up, but concentrate on the positive things that can be done to make your offense and DEFENSE even better next year and THINK POSITIVE – THE GLASS IS HALF FULL!

    Thanks to everyone for a great season and look forward to 2012-2013!

  293. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    lets do it hugo…… we have the talent, we will be solid for several years to come……

  294. By montanapackfan on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    @ Brad

    It never amazes me to find so little humor mixed with zero wit in these blogs. Whether the Packers win or lose dolts like you crawl in here dribbling your mindless gruel. If you are a Giants fan…I already offered up my pat-on-the-back to your team and your fans. That aside the Packer faithful can take all your gruel and beat you back at every turn.

    Roll on Green Roll on

  295. By big g on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    well spoken MPF…..hes probably a vikes fan and their blog is dead

  296. By greg on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    The Packers had a near world-class season, which is more than a lot of teams watching the postseason from their living rooms can say….

    A Milwaukee native living in Florida for more time than I would like to admit,I am amazed how quickly local fans down here lose their teams (college & pro) once the going gets rocky.Conversely, we don’t need the East Coast monosyllabic comments of Beevis & Butthead(or jealous conference snipers) on this site.

    Class shows… congrats to the Giants who played their game… unfortunately, there will now be plenty of time to dissect this loss in order to create a more balanced Pack…

  297. By Joe D on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    @montanapackerfan, I was going to comment about your comments, but really all anyone has to do is look at your monicker. “Montanapackerfan” says it all, go rome the hills you toothlesss brainless moron.

  298. By Hugo Fitch on Jan 15, 2012 | Reply

    “Roam”, Joe. R-O-A-M.

  299. By Joe D on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    lol,I dont live in Chicago you ice shantie moron

  300. By ClayMatthewsBallLicker on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    Simply pathetic.
    Brett Favre is rolling over in his grave.
    Wait a second. Is Brett Favre still alive? Let’s get that grizzled 75 year old motherfacker a helmet. Because honestly, 3 fumbles and an interception combined with 8 dropped balls and sh*tty defense and poor coaching (the Packers were woefully unprepared emotionally as well as assignment-wise to win this game) can only lead to one result::::: an embarrassment on national TV.
    While we’re at it, let’s bring back Bart Starr, Paul Hornung, Ray Nitschke and Vince Lombardi….because after 15 wins and 1 loss this season, it’s obvious that the 2011 Packers were only paper tigers.

  301. By Bill C. (Giants Fan) on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    Congradulations on a great regular season. The Packers are a great team. Rodgers is a great QB. No team can overcome the paridy that exists in the NFL today. The Giants have the exact same problems the Pack does; a weak running game, a so so secondary and weak linebackers. AJ Hawke is overrated and injuries are just an excuse. See you next year Pack. You’ll be back for sure.

  302. By The Ditka on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    The refs were the only oness that played well for the puckers

  303. By hippster on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    from the outside looking in ,I’d have to say if it wasnt for the refs and some of the worst calls made in playoff history the packers would have lost this game in a complete blow out , first team in playoff history to go 15 and 1 and lose in the first game .go get your buckets and fishing gear and go park your asses on a frozen lake eh your one and done

  304. By rb7011 on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    Without the poor or should I say crooked officiating the score would have been worse . The officals tried to keep the Pack in the game even at the end when the called a roughing the passer on Giants that was ridiculous. Whats the point of that moron Referee looking at the Jennings fumble if you aren’t going to make the correct call. If Giant Haters Aikman and Buck had to speak up. Pack is a great team but like i said last week they met the wrong team.

  305. By Debbie on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    Packer Playoff Loss = No Sleep and a Heavy Heart!

  306. By hippster on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    i’ve got an idea, why don’t all you packer fans with nothing to do now, go back to occupying ?

  307. By Eddie R on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    It amazes me how all I been reading the Giants this the Giants that. Eli sucks our secondary sucks and our O line sucks as well. lmfao are most of you blind that Eli lit up and shredded your secondary like shredded cheese. You Packer fans are worst than the Dallas fans crying and finding every bit of excuse to use in this thread. Out of most of you crying like babies only 3 people congratulated the Giants on their win & didn’t use no excuse. The rest of you who probably are nothing but fans who only wears the hat to look cool around your friends but found every excuse to either blame the refs or knock the better team that gave you a azz beating in your own house once again. I hope this one hurts just as bad as 2007! because as of today YOUR SEASON IS OFFICIALLY OVER!. YOU MET THE WRONG TEAM AT THE WRONG TIME AND MOST OF YOU TOOK THE GIANTS LIGHTLY BECAUSE OF YOUR 15-1 RECORD (THAT IS A TRUE STORY)

  308. By Mr R. on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    Just before the holidays I posted a concern about the Packer defense and some one posted back that Dom Capers was a defensive genous and that he will have the defense ready when the playoffs come up. I am not a family member of the Packer community,I am a fan since 1967 and I dont mind saying that despite their 15-1 season what I saw last night was the most pathetic playoff game since the cowbows leveled a then Lynn Dickey team in 1981. Games like this change a team for years so any one expecting the Pack to come back next year think again,it will take years for this team to be a contender,in fact im so sure of this that in the next two years if they even make the plyoffs I will come to Green Bay and by some of you a steak. They played like a pop warner team and no one can put their finger on the reason. I believe they had become so arrogant because of the way the press built them up that they thouhgt that they would win no matter how bad they played.and they played bad,and were coached horribly. To most of you on this post keep the faith because you are great fans of a legendary franchise. but be realistic.Big changes have to be made especially to the defense and the coaches need to have faith in the running game because it is a good one.Mcarthey may have ruined Rodgers arm by relying on him to many times and you have a back up that could be a great QB. In my oppinoin trade Rodgers and finley and Hawk and get the draft picks you need and some free agents and rebuild that defense and fire Capers and get Spagnolia before some one else does. See you in a couple years when they get back in playoff form

  309. By montanapackfan on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    @ Joe D

    The “D “I assume is for dumb since you think Rome is something that Montanan’s and buffalo do. I would not expect less of someone who tries to act as if they have intelligence while demeaning people from Montana as if cities or other states aside from Montana house all the articulate, intelligent, people in America. The personal attack-types like you are predictable and easily dismissed like inconsequential belly lint.

    Roll on Green Roll on

  310. By Mr R. on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    One more thing to coach Pilbin I believe, My prayers go to you and your family for the loss of your son. I truley hope that you can find the strenght to deal with your grief. As a father my self I cannot imagine what you are going thru.God bless you coach.

  311. By montanapackfan on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    @ Mr. R

    I was one of those that thought…perhaps hoped and prayed that Capers would resurrect our D. Sadly that was not the case but I hope you are wrong about our comeback.

    Roll on Green Roll on

  312. By ozz on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    Ha ha, good one hippster!

  313. By R. E. on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    It was very hard to watch that game, with all the dropped passes, and very poor defense. At least Aaron Rogers was trying to win. Thanks, Packers, for a great Regular Season. Regarding this Post Season, the dream is over : ( Did most of the Pack wake up on the wrong side of the bed Sunday Morning? Did they forget their Wheaties? Whatever the case, the NYG played very well, and I hope the Pack can get it together for next season. Only one loss in the Regular Season…………and then this. AND they had home-field advantage! I just don’t understand. Sunday’s game could have been a portal to something bigger and better. Now it’s a dead end for this season. If they could do it again, how could they have played this game differently? Go, Packers.

  314. By Branden on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    @Mr. R.

    Ye have little faith. We’ll be back. The worst thing you can do to this team is shrug them off. Remember last year when we lost back to back to the Lions and the Patriots… Shrugged us off… Look where it took us. We’ll be back.

  315. By The Ditka on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    Hey Rodgers!!! DISCOUNT DOUBLECHECK!!! Go Bears!!! Who wants deep fried twinkies!!!

  316. By BIG CHEESE on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    Ditka, I noticed you were too worried during the season about the Pack’s success to offer any imput on this site, but now that the Packers fell you come out like the cockroach you are. It’s obvious your more concerned with the Packers losing than you are with the Bears winning. Now I know I was right about your Dad abusing you as a child while the Packers were beating the Bears on TV. Meds anyone?

  317. By MrReality on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    BIG CHEESE – This site is flooded with cockroaches now. The same people who would love nothing more than to start next mini-camp with the players the Packers will start with. Pack lost and the Packer fans can deal with that. It’s the others who are even more shocked, amazed and bewildered the Pack lost. What a compliment to the Green Bay Packers and their fans. Envy is not only a sin, it can get awful ugly..

  318. By BIG CHEESE on Jan 16, 2012 | Reply

    And that’s keeping it real…

  319. By JIM on Jan 17, 2012 | Reply

    I am a Giants fan and was at the game Sunday. It was my first time ever to Lambeau. I just want to say that we were treated so well while we were there. The tailgate was superb, we were at Kroll’s West. During the game the fans were classy as I felt my group was also. Thanks again for the hospitality.

    Now, please don’t let a few bad apples that come on your blog and spout off ruin your view of Giants fans. There are these kind of fans with every team.

  320. By Don on Jan 17, 2012 | Reply

    I am a NY Packers fan. Today January 17 listening to WFAN Bedigno interview with Antrelle Rolle of the Giants. Two comments were made by Rolle that the Green Bay players should dwell on 1.He said that the Giants won because they wanted it more than Green Bay and 2. Going up against San Francisco will be more challenging because they are more mentally tough.

  321. By BIG CHEESE on Jan 17, 2012 | Reply

    @ Jim, you’re a class act. True Packer fans understand that your approach is the mainstream, not some of the comments on this thread. Congratulations, and good luck to your team moving on.

    @ Don, good input, and a clear explanation of what happened on Sunday. It’s that simple. Vince said it best “the harder you work, the harder it is to surrender”. The Pack got outworked, both mentally and physically. They’ll bounce back next season I’m sure. Go Pack Go.

  322. By josh on Jan 17, 2012 | Reply

    thanks for making the playoffs enjoyable loose more often packers

  323. By Rich on Jan 17, 2012 | Reply

    Haha “loose”. You’re funny.

  324. By BIG CHEESE on Jan 17, 2012 | Reply

    I think he was talking about something being loose in his head.Probably got dropped when he was a baby 10 years ago.

  325. By Ms. C on Jan 17, 2012 | Reply

    I want to THANK the PACK for a great season. Sunday was so disappointing but I feel there is no one more disappointed then the members of the team.
    PLEASE keep Donald, he tries so hard and ALWAYS has the best in interest of the team at heart plus he delivers. REMEMBER….being a fan is like being in a family, you take the GOOD with the BAD. I am in it forever!!

  326. By Davo on Jan 18, 2012 | Reply

    Only just got the strength back to type this. I just want to say thanks to the team for a great season. It’s a shame it had to end that way but that’s football. Looking forward to next season already. GoPackGo.

  327. By Love A-Rod and teammates. on Jan 18, 2012 | Reply

    I want to also thank the Pack for a GREAT season, but many Packers fans need a “reality check.” Some of the comments about Aaron Rodgers going back to commercials are ridiculous. You are spoiled and expect the Packers to win every game every year. THAT IS NOT REALITY!!! Sure, I wasn’t happy with a Packer loss either, but the Giants played MUCH BETTER than we did. Infact, there was no comparison!!! I ask you, would you rather have Brett Favre back with a MVP quarterback like Aaron Rodgers.
    G-men, Congratulations and best of luck in the rest of the playoffs. I hope that you go ALL THE WAY!!! The Pack needs some defensive moves and then we will be back next year. – A Loyal Packer Fan (Win or Lose)

  328. By R. P. JOHNSON on Jan 24, 2012 | Reply


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