Packers: 'Too early' to gauge Rodgers' shoulder injury

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    Un fucking believable! Favre throws 6 TD's today for the Jets and I'm stuck rooting for this pussy, who is hurt, because he threw the ball too hard.

     
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    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

    it's gonna be a cold cold winter in Greenbay I do believe
     
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    Actually Rodgers hurt his arm getting tackled. He landed on the ground shoulder-first. He came back and played through the pain.

    Rodgers will be fine. He's a tough kid and having a decent year so far. It's funny to watch Packer fans already starting to throw this kid under the bus. You see this a lot when a player replaces a great one.
     
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    I was being sarcastic. I asure you that I am well informed on what happened, considering that I was at the game. As far as Rodgers being a "tough kid," what evidence do you have of that? Every year that has been a pro (this is his fourth) he has been injured. All injuries came as a back up. This is troublesome considering that Green Bay had the oppurtunity to have the player that Rodgers replaced. You know that guy that hasn't missed a start since 1992. The guy that played 2/3 of a season with a broken thumb on his throwing hand. The guy that just today threw 6 touchdown passes.

    The Green Bay team that I saw this week is the same one that I saw lose to Dallas last week. Lethargic, apathetic, and uninspired. Any former football can tell you what that means. No leadership.
     
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    OohRah Mama Say it with me: NU-CLE-AR

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    Am I evil because I wanted to see Favre at the helm in Minnesota? "Favre to Peterson! Another touchdown!"

    Woulda been awesome... :eusa_dance:

    Here's wishing Rodgers a full, fast recovery.
     

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