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Packer Fans, this IS the Year of the Take Over.....2012 NFL Season.   Often times my articles contain me complaining or ranting about the failure of a Wisconsin team or a player on said team. Today I am going to go a different route. On my personal Twitter account I follow Jermichael Finley. Mr. Finley has been a lightning rod for the Packers most recent playoff loss and for his dropped passes throughout his career. No doubt these drops are frustrating to watch as a fan, to the coaches and his teammates, but no one is more aware of and more up front about them than Jermichael Finley. After every game Finley tweets about the game, his performance and how it could improve. If he has a good game, he is happy, but always quick to mention room for improvement. I paid special attention to Finley’s Twitter account immediately after the playoff loss to the Giants and have been reading his Tweets ever since. The immediate fan reaction after the loss was insane. People spamming his page with ...
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