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Packers land in San Francisco

Posted by Duke Bobber on September 7, 2013 – 7:11 pm

The Green Bay Packers landed at San Francisco International Airport Saturday afternoon. The team continues to prepare for its regular season opener vs. the 49ers on Sunday.


The Packers have landed.


The Packers board buses after landing in San Francisco.


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7 Responses to “Packers land in San Francisco”

  1. By PACKERdomiNATION on Sep 7, 2013 | Reply

    The time is now…..PAYBACK….

  2. By edward on Sep 7, 2013 | Reply

    Go pack go stop that run option have a great season we are pulling for you!

  3. By airpacker12 on Sep 8, 2013 | Reply

    Got news for you all. your gonna find out just how good this team really is. their playing aginst a legit playoff team that has more than just a qb.and for all you dom capers lovers their isn’t meny teams on the schedual like the jags ,cards or chiefs….to pad defensive stats this year… poor coaching is the primary reason, not personal for this teams fall… and it starts with the gms inability to fire capers,campmen and moss..capers does not run the same defense he ran in 2010…. his million page play book and his 2 dl set is why hes been fired everywhere hes been..everywhere! so now you ask yourself this question without a-rod whats this teams record maybe 3-13 maybe..so it falls on a poor gm.(who drafts the players ) or poor coaching…..If you follow capers carrer like I have, youll have no problem identifying that one. but tell me how rb edgar b winds up coaching wr ? or an o line that cannot run the ball (and that’s with the vertical threat a rod poses with his arm )and has given up a wopping 50 or more sacks 3 times in six years I beleave;and hasn’t been fired ??? really !!!! This team will struggle to go 8-8 , because of a tough schedual, and its not very good…primary excuse will be injuries ! and I said it all before the season starts… 2 years ago when they were 13-0 I said this team wont win a playoff game because no run game and no defense ! tell whats changed…. I know capers says the game has changed – lol

  4. By airpacker12 on Sep 8, 2013 | Reply

    I know it looks like im a hater,Im not;just a poor speller telling you like it izzzzzz………..

  5. By Malthe on Sep 8, 2013 | Reply

    If you can stand loosing a game every now and then, maybe you should follow a different sport? You don’t seem to be enjoying football, that’s for sure.

  6. By PointPackerMan on Sep 8, 2013 | Reply

    @airpacker12 I will give you this – Dom Capers will be under fire *IF* the Packers lose today and cannot find a way to continually improve as the season progresses. The D was not prepared in the playoff game last year and I fault the coaching staff for that. While I love the Packers just as much as everyone else this is not a MUST WIN game. It will however set the tempo and perception everyone will have of the 2013 D.

  7. By David DINS on Sep 8, 2013 | Reply

    JOHNNY JOLLY will have a big impact on the outcome of this game he along with nick perry will somewhat contain kapernick . I know everyone focuses on Clay but the interior dline will be much better this time around donte will add stress to the edges and jolly will get pressure up the middle .kapernick will throw 2 picks one late in the game the difference maker pack 31 niners 24

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