Good day for packer fans as we crush our rival and hold adrian petersen to only 45 yards. there offense could do nothing right all day and everything went right for the packers including the touchdown by martin when two vikings (sharper and someone else) collided and the ball fell to martin. my fiancee who is a viking fan (im a huge packer fan) even was laughing at the play. she knows her team sucks go pack
I didn't see the game, but I'm assuming the Packers big lead would be the reason for so few touches for Peterson?
Green Bay did a great job of containing him in the first half, and he went out in the third quarter with a knee injury.
This team's for real. The Detroit and Dallas games have got me scared, though. Detroit always plays out of their mind on Thanksgiving, and Dallas is not an easy place to play. We'll learn a lot about this team in the next three weeks.
theirs a key on your keyboard that says shift. you use it to type capital letter, which are used for words that start sentences. you should also use capital letters for people's names and stuff. i feel sorry for you fiance.
"Don't worry Boss...they can't do nothin' 'til they're through sparklin'..."
it was a fluke against the bears, they just lost their compusure that game. but even before Petersen hurt his knee he wasn't doing much. They had alot of long time consuming drives that kept him off the field. The vikings are way to one-dimensional. good for the packers though. They could do almost anything they wanted
I loved every minute of it. I am a huge packer fan and thought the defense contained AP very well. I think the Vikings would be horrible if they didn't have him. There quarterbacks suck and they don't have any wide outs. You knew it was the Packs day when they got there last TD on a tipped ball that probably should of been picked.
Hopefully Brad Childress is courteous enough to shut Peterson down for the rest of the season so he is healthy for next year after he gets fired. That would also assure the Vikes a top ten draft pick and a shot at Brian Brohm or Matt Ryan.
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