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    Lets give Rodgers the Montana treatment

    Lets let him feel like Joe did after being hit by Burt and Marshall. Hard to play with your belt when you don't know where your'e at.

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    Re: Lets give Rodgers the Montana treatment

    [quote user="TroyArcher"]Lets let him feel like Joe did after being hit by Burt and Marshall. Hard to play with your belt when you don't know where your'e at.[/quote]

    That would be nice. I was imagining JPP knocking Rogers out as he tried to run away from the other pass rushers.

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    Re: Lets give Rodgers the Montana treatment

    [quote user="Coach Carter"][quote user="TroyArcher"]Lets let him feel like Joe did after being hit by Burt and Marshall. Hard to play with your belt when you don't know where your'e at.[/quote]

    That would be nice. I was imagining JPP knocking Rogers out as he tried to run away from the other pass rushers.[/quote]

    If they play with the same intensity they have the past few weeks (I am confident they will) Rodgers will be hit and hit often. Jiust don't go for the fake pass. Asd he faking gear it up and hit him even harder. I would trade a completed pass for a hard hit in the mid-section.

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    i see rodgers getting blindsided by jpp full force. not coming back in the 2nd half. lol

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    Re: Lets give Rodgers the Montana treatment

    I find it funny that the biggest solution I hear coming from these boards as a far as dealing with Aaron Rodgers is to knock him out of the game. No talk of scheme or tactics within the rules of the game, just, you know, hit Rodgers in the head as hard as you can and knock him out. Problem solved.

    You guys are too classy for this. You aren't Bears fans or Eagles fans. What's the deal?

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    Re: Lets give Rodgers the Montana treatment

    [quote user="Gunakor"]I find it funny that the biggest solution I hear coming from these boards as a far as dealing with Aaron Rodgers is to knock him out of the game.* No talk of scheme or tactics within the rules of the game, just, you know, hit Rodgers in the head as hard as you can and knock him out.* Problem solved.

    You guys are too classy for this.* You aren't Bears fans or Eagles fans.* What's the deal?
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    Last I checked, putting pressure on the opposing teams quarterback us both legal and a popular schematical way of dismantling a high powered offenses like the packers.

    Or did we all forget how football was played prior to three years ago?

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    [quote user="greenca190"][quote user="Gunakor"]I find it funny that the biggest solution I hear coming from these boards as a far as dealing with Aaron Rodgers is to knock him out of the game. No talk of scheme or tactics within the rules of the game, just, you know, hit Rodgers in the head as hard as you can and knock him out. Problem solved.

    You guys are too classy for this. You aren't Bears fans or Eagles fans. What's the deal?
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    Last I checked, putting pressure on the opposing teams quarterback us both legal and a popular schematical way of dismantling a high powered offenses like the packers.

    Or did we all forget how football was played prior to three years ago?[/quote]

    Pressure is one thing, but you guys are talking about intentionally injuring Rodgers. Then I mention what Flynn has recently done and the response from this board is to injure him too so we have to play our 3rd string QB. Just knock them the F out is all you guys are saying.

    Just play better football and you should win without having to knock anybody the F out.

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    Re: Lets give Rodgers the Montana treatment

    [quote user="TroyArcher"]Lets let him feel like Joe did after being hit by Burt and Marshall. Hard to play with your belt when you don't know where your'e at.[/quote]
    I was saying that the other day
    Football has been very, very good to us.
    In the midst of this losing season, we can console ourselves with this fact-

    # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

    1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
    2-Washington, Green Bay, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas, New England
    4-New York Giants!!!!!

    ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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    Re: Lets give Rodgers the Montana treatment

    The truth about football is you wanna hit guys hard and legal - and if they leave a game due to a legal hit so be it. If you can pummel Rogers and he has to leave so be it. No one - at least not that i can see, is rooting for a cheap shot - but if we can manhandle him like we did Brady in the Superbowl DO IT.

    Flynn showed some great flashes in that Detroit game - actually more then flashes a terrific game - but it was one game and im sure packer fans are less confident in flynn then A Rod. And if we hit Flynn like we are hitting Aaron (which is assumed he IF he is out of the game) we feel good about our chances.

    The Giants game plan defensively has been the same for many years GET HOME - hit the QB and hit him often. Lots of stunts - some fire zone - bull rushing - osi speed rushing - whatever it takes - GET HOME - Nothing wrong with that. And nothing classless about that.

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    Re: Lets give Rodgers the Montana treatment

    Bamm!
    No one remembers who came in second.

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