And you're right, the Packers have more top notch personnel than the Patriots. :rolleyes: The Packers had NO running game because Brandon Jackson sucks, they had a fullback starting at RB, and it took a rookie who had been injured since his junior year in college to finally break through in the playoffs to have a decent weapon in the backfield.
2008 GB 14 6 74 12.3 35 1 3 0 0
2009 GB 13 55 676 12.3 62 5 29 1 1
Not that amazing of stats if you ask me.
These are amazing stats
2006 SD 16 71 924 13.0 57 9 49 0 0
2007 SD 16 75 984 13.1 49 9 54 0 0
2008 SD 16 60 704 11.7 34 8 39 1 1
2009 SD 16 79 1157 14.6 56 8 61 1 0
2010 SD 10 50 782 15.6 48 10 42 0 0
Courtesy of Antonio Gates
Moss was a Capitan and a leader in the locker room. Ask yourself this, if you were uncertain of your job, would you hide in the corner or speak up for yourself and all your hard work you've done. The Patriots are cheap, not his fault. Thats a NE problem, not a Moss problem.
And Moss has every right to express himself, but he does it with no class. He calls out his organization and other players instead of keeping his business inside the locker room like most players.
Patriots can win all the awards, but they ain't gonna win the Lombardi this year.
As far as "not being able to work with others" the proof, in pro football especially, is on the field and the KC offense was incredibly improved. I'm not saying Weis gets all the credit for that because the entire offensive staff and the head coach did an outstanding job.
I'm not saying Belichick didn't deserve to win, but you honestly look like a moron with these comments. You guys had to start a rookie RB? We didn't even have a ******* RB for most of the season! And don't forget that we lost both Finley AND Lee at the beginning of the season so we were playing with our 3rd and 4th string TE (Quarless and Crabtree (the white one..)) until Lee came back towards the end. And yes, as AlleyAddict said, Rodgers was running the offense through Finley this year so they had to basically change their entire scheme after he went down for the year. Oh, and Rodgers had 2 concusions this year as well.
And I'm not going to even let you count losing Moss because that was by choice, not by injury.
You sir, are an idiot.
BB won and deserved to be in the conversation, I get that. But before you go puking up arguments you might want to know what you are talking about.
The number of missed games by Packers opening-day starters totaled 86. Here’s the breakdown. I'll even add the talent loaded replacement in (__):
RB Ryan Grant; 15 games missed. (replace by Jackson, Kuhn, and Starks)
S Morgan Burnett; 13.
LB Nick Barnett; 12. (Walden and Zombo, 3rd and 4th string)
T Mark Tauscher; 12. (Rookie Bulaga and TJ Lang)
TE Jermichael Finley; 11. (Rookie Quarless and Crabtree, 0 career catches)
LB Brad Jones; 10. (Walden and Zombo, 3rd and 4th string)
DE Cullen Jenkins; 5. (Howard Green off waivers)
FB Korey Hall; 4.
DE Ryan Pickett; 2.
LB Clay Matthews; 1.
QB Aaron Rodgers; 1.
Here is a list of other key Packers reserves that missed games this season:
DE Mike Neal; 14.
S Derrick Martin; 14.
LB Brady Poppinga; 10.
LB Brandon Chillar; 8.
S Anthony Smith; 6.
LB Frank Zombo; 3.
CB Sam Shields; 2.
The Packers scoured the waiver wire and promoted practice squad players into starting roles all season long. If those are top notch experienced players, I have something to learn.