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Instant Replay – Vikings 37, Packers 34

Posted by Tyler Gajewski on December 30, 2012 – 11:50 pm

Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson

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12 Responses to “Instant Replay – Vikings 37, Packers 34”

  1. By Saintboca on Dec 31, 2012 | Reply

    Ok, nothing new to you:
    1- Capers: Your three man rush works great (for losing).
    2- McCarthy: Always run on first down, it also works great (for losing).
    3- McCarthy: Jordy Nelson will pick up the challenge flag for you.
    4- T. Williams: Don’t hurt us with a major personal foul penalty.
    5- Finley: You still don’t know where the first down line is.
    6- Rogers: Check the play clock more (and hold the ball less).
    7- Ketchman: “We witnessed greatness”? Yeah, like the bridesmaid who lost her boyfriend to the bride.
    8- Forgiving Packer fans: Packers winning ugly and occasionally, over the weak, is a red flag to packer fans that are pragmatic.

    Ok, you make me love the Packers after all:
    1- Ross: Finally someone who knows when to take a knee and when to run it out.
    2- Jennings, Nelson, and Jones: Worth every penny.
    3- Driver: I wish they would let me put you in the game! Management is dumb.
    4- Crosby: Welcome back. We need you now. How many “70 yarders” can you make (just in case)?
    5- Pragmatic Packer fans: Maybe we can win it all this year because we won’t be resting the starters this time…

    Saintboca

  2. By Polish Prophet on Dec 31, 2012 | Reply

    I have been a die-hard Bears fan for the past 40 years (since I was 6) and since 2010, I’ve slowly come to the Green & Yellow side. With that being said, I just don’t feel these guys have the drive within themselves to take it all. I miss their “go get ‘em and take it all” souls they had within themselves as a team in the 2009 and 2010 seasons.

    Maybe next year.

    December 31st, New Year’s Eve: Some think it’s cool to drink and some think it’s cool to drink, but it’s not cool to drink and drive. Be safe ya’ll.

  3. By peter laes on Dec 31, 2012 | Reply

    a true indication of a champion is how one acts in facing adversity. Williams actions, his personnel foul penalty speaks of his lack of character. his wanting to put his own agenda, wanting to prove that he is a ‘tough guy’, probably cost the packers the game. not only was it an unproffessional act on his part, but also the timing of the foul. it doesn’t matter what had gone on between the 2 players before that play, you just do not retaliate – let the final score do the talking. I hope the other players beat the s**t out of williams after the game and I hope TT drafts a player to replace Williams next year (his play in run support was also terrible, he had several opportunities to hit AP but he backed off. So let’s get a true ‘professional’ for a Dback and get rid of Wiiliams. the paxk just don’t need a ‘me 1st’ type of player.

  4. By diller01 on Dec 31, 2012 | Reply

    Saintboca…..if this is so painful, why waate your time watching the games at all? Your time would be better spent sitting next to your Phone waiting for Ted Thompson to give you call offering you a job as a Spcecial Council and Therapist for the Team…..or as Master of Ceremonies for the Monday Morning meeting of the Downtown Quarterbaack Club……

  5. By northerner on Dec 31, 2012 | Reply

    Trying not to be critical but this game reminded me of last season’s missed tackles and down field coverage. Two bright spots Ross and Dujuan two speeds fast and faster. Good luck in the playoffs Pack.

  6. By Jackson on Dec 31, 2012 | Reply

    Please, please, please put someone else on Peterson this next game besides Williams. Speaking of Williams, CAN SOMEONE PLEASE TEACH HIM HOW TO TACKLE!?

  7. By Steve on Dec 31, 2012 | Reply

    As Vince said (I’m sure many times), grab, grab, grab….but no tackles. The team overall has lots of talent, so why is it not running on all cylinders? There needs to be a timer in Aaron’s head….after so many seconds, get rid of that ball. Whatever the offense does differently in the 2nd half, they need to apply to the first half. Personal fouls should be a thing of the past at this stage. It’s easy to be an armchair coach here, but, hopefully, changes will be made and not just talked about…..or we’re done for the season.

  8. By Gomez on Dec 31, 2012 | Reply

    diller01

    Why not keep your moronic comments to yourself. You apparently play too much fantasy football. Your inability to accept the realities of what Saintboca said proves it.

  9. By Scott1956 on Dec 31, 2012 | Reply

    Physical teams always give the Packers trouble. That’s because the Packers ARE NOT a physical team. Just look at both lines. Raji at times and Sitton are the only physical players on both lines for the Packers. It’s time to drop that stupid zone blocking! Maulers are better for both the running game, and for games outside in December and January. Wasting Rodgers best years because you won’t change when something doesn’t work is stupid!

  10. By Wayne on Jan 1, 2013 | Reply

    Waiting for the development of tackling following the ‘draft and develop’ mantra! How many years does it take to develop tackling? Tackles, take aways, touchdowns….THAT’S THE TICKET!

  11. By Alex on Jan 1, 2013 | Reply

    Need to see more of Dujuan Harris this week. Woodson’s return is critical. Like to see Matthews spying Peterson. Need someone back in case he gets to the next level.

  12. By Since '61 on Jan 1, 2013 | Reply

    Very simply, bench Tramon Williams in the re-match and we may have a chance. He backed off of tackles and his penalty on the 3rd and goal was stupid and unnecessary, especially for a player with his amount of experience. Benching him may wake himup enough so that he realizes he needs to elevate his level of play back to 2010 when he came up big for the Packers. Go Pack Go!

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