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    It's all good. May have to get the paper bag for next season though . . .
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    thanks for posting that. really. I had to go change my little avatar.
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    so proud of the packers for beating the falcons. Can't believe they beat them by that much.

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    No one posted?? not after the Jets beat the patriots?? I'm so glad they did btw!

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    One thing to say today: FUCKING YES WAY JETS!!!!!

    Oh how I loved seeing Brady's fucking whiny losing ass! Almost as much as Peyton Mannings.

    AWESOME win!

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    I'm still severely in a mood!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LynnieD View Post
    One thing to say today: FUCKING YES WAY JETS!!!!!

    Oh how I loved seeing Brady's fucking whiny losing ass! Almost as much as Peyton Mannings.

    AWESOME win!
    Yea,..that was fun to watch!!!

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    Why does it give me such glee to see tom brady get all pouty and pissed off? That was pretty great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by olivia720 View Post
    Why does it give me such glee to see tom brady get all pouty and pissed off? That was pretty great!
    Me too! I hate the cheating Patriots, Beli-cheat and Brady the cheater!

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    Watching the Bears/Packers. If you're from the Midwest, this is our Super Bowl! My Pack looks good.
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    i hate it when the game is on Fox. I can't hear the announcers (when I need to hear them). You can hear the crowd but can't make out what the announcers are saying. If you turn it up, the crowd noise gets louder.

    i can't stand Joe Buck, but I'd love to know what Troy is saying.
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    Chicago finally scores but let's see if they can keep this up considering Cutler is on the sidelines.
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    Default Cutler's NFL contemporaries go after him on Twitter

    Cutler's NFL contemporaries go after him on Twitter - Shutdown Corner - NFL* - Yahoo! Sports



    We're used to fans questioning the toughness of NFL players, especially in a game that has a Super Bowl berth on the line. If the quarterback of your hometown team can't go for whatever reason (especially if it isn't really obvious that he's hurt), there's going to be some negative talk (and possibly some guerilla theater after the game).

    What you don't usually see, as you did while Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler(notes) spent over half of
    the NFC championship game on the sideline with a knee injury, was the sort of invective we saw from Cutler's NFL contemporaries, and some notable ex-players. We've got a roll of tweets after the jump in which Cutler is questioned outright for his toughness and resolve with his absence in the game that the Green Bay Packers won, 21-14. A very interesting turn of events, considering the fact that these were all in-game before anyone had any idea what Cutler's injury actually was. Frankly, we've never seen anything like it.

    The Bears said all the right things about Cutler's injury in the postgame news conferences, but public perception is going in a very different direction. And in Cutler's case, it starts with the guys who take the field and have a different level of understanding when it comes to putting it all out on the field. And we probably shouldn't invite Cutler and Maurice Jones-Drew(notes) to the same offseason barbecue...

    It's a tough call. I have seen guys with torn knee ligaments walk off the field as if nothing was wrong. Will all these players (current and former) come back around and apologize if it turns out that Cutler has a serious injury?

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