This game was fucking great all around, so I agree that that's not the only reason they lost, but still the whole game was a fucking meme machine, I don't know how else it could've gone down. One team was losing on shit luck, no matter who won.
The miracle hail mary happened BEFORE the Packers defensive breakdown. In regulation.
>I don't know how else it could have gone down
With the 100 yard INT return not getting called back for holding
>"The thing that bothers me the most is Larry Fitzgerald's hit on Morgen Brunete and the lack of a retaliation... well to me, if this was old school football, if you hit us, we take you down"
you can email as well to email@example.com
that has to be one of us
packfags can't be this retarded
>mfw listening to packers radio (http://v6.player.abacast.net/2140)
>that coin flip man, they screwed up the coin flip, that's why we lost
>Talking about Google Images
This is what I am thinking:
>This day went real bad
>first my gf car broke down just after halftime
>didn't want to get her since close game
>thankfully her ex was able to pick her up
>now the packers lost and my GF is at her ex's house
>I am trying to focus on what is important so I am trying to scheme what the packers offseason moves should be
>draft a dietitian first round so Lacy can lose some weight
good or no?
better link..if you feel sketchy clicking it just google the radio station and it should refer you to a tune-it (famous website, app) then click on Wisconsin radio 1075 or whatever then the same window will open
Vinegar has long been considered a health thing to a lot of the alternative medicine people.
Supposedly drinking is good for you, use it on your hair as natural shampoo, use it to clean your house without harsh chemicals etc etc etc.
I guess the apple cider stuff may not smell as bad as regular vinegar.
>do you think god hates us cause rogers is a closet homosexual?
They played a press conference for a bit then quickly took a call and the caller basically said "as a packers fan you really gotta think there's an outside source changing the outcome of the game" and then he mentions rodger's homosexuality and gets cut immediately
If you're going to say anything extremely outlandish, pull the Don Rickles and move along like it was a throwaway with UMM or ANYWAY and then get on with the next point.
>mfw anon didn't start by saying "I watched the game with my wife's son...."
Guys we need to get some scripts so more people call in. Ideas?
>XFL coin toss rules
>Fitzgerald is a thug
>my wife's son/boyfriend
>ask when they play the next game as though this is a best of 7 series
>I'm watching the game with my wife and her friend Tyrone. I've really noticed one thing, and that's that Rodgers is a really big guy. I know they're called the Packers but I didn't know this was what they meant. I can't help but wonder if he has black heritage.
"I'm sick of being patient with McCarthy. I don't think this master plan of his is ever going to work out. This team is crashing, with no survivors. I could go on about how much respect I lost for Fitz, but I'm going to take the higher ground. From my point of view, the Packers should have won this game.
>tfw I tweeted the station and the host that an internet message board full of patriot and seahawks fans were planning on phone raiding
>got thanked and told they would screen better
haha, get fucked autists.
>this post again
nice try, the calls have never been stopped before, nothing stops /sp/
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>mention that rodgers has struggled in the post-season, unlike brady, roethlisberger, and wilson.
>say that the 2010 super bowl run was because of the team Brett Favre built.
>wrap up with suggesting the packers need to sign the opposite of Rodgers, a playoff winner with good christian values, like Tim Tebow
>I've been a major shareholder for this team for so long, and after this disgraceful performance, I'm making a call to all of you Packer shareholders, let's all give our stock to Stan Kroenke and move the team to Los Angeles.