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Mike’s mid-week chat transcript

Posted by Mike Spofford on November 27, 2012 – 12:41 pm

To read the transcript of Mike Spofford’s mid-week chat, click here.

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7 Responses to “Mike’s mid-week chat transcript”

  1. By Mike Packman on Nov 27, 2012 | Reply

    Please please sign Jason Babin DE… immediate help for the playoffs could be the diffenrence maker and push we need in the playoffs …. i hope TT reads this post! Go Pack GO

  2. By Mark on Nov 28, 2012 | Reply

    Who is Mike Spofford and Vic Ketchem? When did you two play for the Packers? When did either one of you start following the Packers? Who hired you? What makes you a Packers expert? Were you two fellas friends of Mike Murphy’s that he brought in? Who the hell is Mark Murphy? He wasn’t even from Wisconsin. How did he get this job?

  3. By corncob on Nov 28, 2012 | Reply

    This weekend will be the make or break point of the Packers and as far as that goes the Mn Vikings… Can the Packers recover after last weeks fiasco??? I trust they will but they got to have a better state of mind and heart… Go Pack Go!!!

  4. By Mitch on Nov 28, 2012 | Reply

    The Packers should really make a move to sign Jason Babin to a 1-2 year deal. They need help at DE to create more pressure on opposing QB’s, and this guy has 5.5 sacks this season so far. It would also provide a nice complement to clay mathews blitz scheme on qbs as the double team may have to go to babin instead. Also, Babin is coming off of an 18 sack season, this guy has stuff left in the tank

  5. By Sean on Nov 28, 2012 | Reply

    Okay, lifelong Packer fan and bleed green and gold. Here is my rant: get an athletic offensive line!!! I’m tired seeing our “franchise” running for his life and getting hit. I don’t see any of the Mannings or Brady getting hammered. Maybe a line that can run block as well. I’m tired of our O-line.
    Next, how can a PROFESSIONAL team come out flat. I’ve coached many sports at many levels and there is no reason for “being flat.” (especially if your are getting paid like they are.) Some of these game checks would pay off my mortgage that I’m working so hard to pay off (30 Yr). You can’t tell me that you come out flat.

    Anyways…go Pack go!!! Protect Aaron, defend Adrian, and RESIGN JENNINGS!!!!!!!!!

  6. By Mark on Nov 28, 2012 | Reply

    Back in the days of Lombardi the Packers executed the sweep. Every team new we were going to run that play at least several times every game.

    Defenses practiced on trying to stop it. The opponents new the play was coming. But no matter how much preperation opposing defenses put into it, they couldn’t stop the Packer Sweep. Why?

    Because Lombardi wasn’t a “finesse” coach. He believed in a “strong”, “talented”, “quick”, “dedicated” and “committed” offensive line.

    Finesse only works for one or two seasons. Every finesse team has proven it. And now, McCarthy and the Packers are proving it once again. Zone blocking and a finesse team are sending the Packers down the tubes.

    Take a look at the league leaders. What do they all have in common? Strong attacking offensive and defensive lines.I don’t see the Packers gettig by any of the physical teams in the playoffs – throw wishful thinking out the window.

    It’s time to get to work on planning next season’s offensive and defensive lines.

  7. By wayne munson on Nov 28, 2012 | Reply

    Has a Packer fan of 50 years, I must say that Mike McCarthy is the BEST coach we have ever had. Go Pack Go…

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