Found January 31, 2012 on
Purple Jesus Diaries:
Green Bay Packers
Kansas City Chiefs
The Green Bay Packers are a young, stupid team that just won a Super Bowl. Ted Thompson, being a douche nose, probably takes full credit for all of this and thinks Jiggle-Jowls Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers all did their jobs better because of his generalish managing skills. Thompson was also recognized by Sporting News as the 2011 Executive of the Year, even though he couldn't draft an offensive line to stop a Giants pass rush, or a defensive backfield that could stop a Flutie-Manning hail mary at the end of the game. Still, GREAT FOOTBALL MOVES, TED. You know who is someone who ISN'T impressed by this nonsense? ... Besides me and a stern looking Zoe Saldana, of course? Rick Spielman, player personnel and general manager guru:
Look at how Rick has just SLAUGHTERED these recent draft picks, and you tell me that Ted Thompson is any better:
Draft highlights include:
2011, DB Davon House in the 4th round. Never heard of him. Probably dead.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
1) Introduction: This was supposed to the season where Raji established himself as a top defensive lineman. He never made that leap, and it killed the Packers down the stretch.
Busari Raji Jr.
Weight: 337 lbs.
3) Expectations coming into the season: Stud. After totaling 39 tackles, 6.5 sacks and dancing his...
1) Introduction: The forgotten man in the outside linebacker corps, many people forgot that Jones filled in admirably for Aaron Kampman after he was placed on IR in 2009. Unfortunately, Jones himself was placed on IR during the 2010 season and was promptly forgotten. Jones slowly worked his way back into the rotation due to his availability and good special teams play...
Much of the headlines this NFL offseason, at least until it is resolved will center around the Indianapolis Colts and what they ultimately do with quarterback Peyton Manning. A big secondary story may involve another quarterback, as Matt Flynn of the Green Bay Packers is scheduled to become a free agent and has his path to a starting job blocked by Aaron Rodgers. There are plenty...
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers thinks it’s time for the players in the Pro Bowl to step up their play. Rodgers, who started for the NFC in Sunday’s game, said he thought there were some players on the field who looked foolish with their lack of effort. “I’ll be honest with you,” Rodgers said on his…
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Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdown passes to jump-start the NFC, but the AFC rolled in second half to a 59-41 victory. Miami's Brandon Marshall was named the MVP with four touchdown catches.
Criticism of Sunday's Pro Bowl reached a new level when Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers blasted the effort of some NFC teammates Tuesday.
Greg Jennings announced Monday he will be Tweeting from one of the many Super Bowl parties being held Saturday.