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Eagles 28 @ Panthers 23
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Thu, 10/12/17 7:25pm
4 Picks - 33% 8 Picks - 67%
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49ers 24 @ Redskins 26
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Sun, 10/15/17 12:00pm
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Bears 27 @ Ravens 24
final overtime
Sun, 10/15/17 12:00pm
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Patriots 24 @ Jets 17
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Sun, 10/15/17 12:00pm
12 Picks - 92% 1 Pick - 8%
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Lions 38 @ Saints 52
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Sun, 10/15/17 12:00pm
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Packers 10 @ Vikings 23
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Sun, 10/15/17 12:00pm
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Browns 17 @ Texans 33
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Sun, 10/15/17 12:00pm
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Dolphins 20 @ Falcons 17
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Sun, 10/15/17 12:00pm
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Buccaneers 33 @ Cardinals 38
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Sun, 10/15/17 3:05pm
10 Picks - 77% 3 Picks - 23%
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Rams 27 @ Jaguars 17
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Sun, 10/15/17 3:05pm
4 Picks - 31% 9 Picks - 69%
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Steelers 19 @ Chiefs 13
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Sun, 10/15/17 3:25pm
1 Pick - 7% 13 Picks - 93%
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Chargers 17 @ Raiders 16
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Sun, 10/15/17 3:25pm
6 Picks - 43% 8 Picks - 57%
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Giants 23 @ Broncos 10
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Sun, 10/15/17 7:30pm
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Colts 22 @ Titans 36
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Mon, 10/16/17 7:30pm
4 Picks - 29% 10 Picks - 71%
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Week Record8 - 6
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Season Record49 - 42
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Scotttime Record1878 - 1144
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No-Pack-Vike Record2276 - 1335
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Eagles 28 @ Panthers 23

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Sarah
Advantage home team? Here's hoping though that Cam gets booed out of his own stadium.
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Oh wow football on a Thursday, just what everyone wants.

Packers 10 @ Vikings 23

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Yay one of the 2 days of the year (3 if playoffs) where my husband doesn't really like me....
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Vikings defense is good enough.

Giants 23 @ Broncos 10

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Giants are terrible and were dealt some bad injury blows. Anyone wanna buy an Odell Beckham Jr jersey cheap?
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Manning vs. Manning!

Colts 22 @ Titans 36

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Titans need Mariotta back but Colts are terrible. Boo anything Indiana.
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It will be fun to watch these 2 up and coming franchise QBs face off.
hoochpage.JPGSarah - 3908 Posts
10/12/2017 @ 11:51:37 AM
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10/15/2017 @ 03:06:56 PM
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10/16/2017 @ 10:02:41 AM
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What are the odds the Packers add Kap? (I know, I know, it has to come up every QB injury)

On one hand I think at *this* point he doesn't have a job because there's not enough time to do a ton of good for anyone.

On the other the Packers' don't need to look at it from a savior POV like other teams would, they kind of need a another body in there. If you're bothering with that, it may as well be the guy that at least has the potential for some surprise upside, right?

Like, you know what you're getting with Shaun Hill or Christian Ponder.
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scott.jpgScott - You're going to have to call your hardware guy. It's not a software issue.
10/16/2017 @ 11:26:42 AM
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Here are my thoughts (with thought process included) on the packers QB situation as it relates to Kaepernick:

1) Hundley looked sloppy, but he also hasn't played in a regular season game with any consequence in his career. Couple that with being thrown in against a pretty solid defense with an offensive line that was down to their 8th guy on the depth chart, and guards playing tackle, and it probably wasn't the best of situations for him. He did make some good throws, though, so I don't think he's an illegitimate option. Give the Packers a week or two to write up a game plan for him and a game where 4 O-lineman don't fall mid-game and maybe he could show some brilliance here and there. I know preseason is preseason, but this year anyway Hundley played extensively against the opponents' number 1s and performed decently.

2) Hundley on appearances is a pocket passer, which doesn't bode well with the current state of the Packers O-line. They have so many significant injuries on the O-line that to have any success, any QB for the packers right now needs to be able to move, whether that means roll out passing, throwing on the run, or straight up scrambling. Therein lies the window for a guy like Kaepernick. A certain part of me says scrap the traditional game plan, look for a guy that just make something happen someway, and see what happens. That type of game plan would seem to fit the skill set of Kaep. The Packers have a decent enough receiving corpse, so any QB would have some help in that regard.

3) on the other hand, Kaep was 1-10 last year in the 11 games he played. I know the 49ers have been pretty terrible the last couple of years, and that shouldn't all be laid on the shoulders of Kaep, but some of it probably should be. Maybe his skill set of mad scrambling with a decent arm just didn't last very long. Back to number 2, it would essentially require a total rewrite of the Packers offensive approach, as he simply is not the type of QB that Packers are built around.
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jeremy.jpgJeremy - Pie Racist
10/16/2017 @ 01:02:22 PM
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1) I think he did ok. I'm not even sure if he played "sloppy", just that yeah if your benchmark as a fan is Farve to Rodgers, everyone else is going to look shaky. The other side of the "gameplan" coin is that the Vikings didn't gameplan Hundley either, so some of that cancels out, especially as there's more and more tape of him.

2)

>The Packers have a decent enough receiving corpse

Jordy might have been mostly handled by Waynes all game, but he's not *that* bad, is he? But all kidding aside....and without trying to sound like a kick-when-downer, do they though? That's the thing with having a guy like Rodgers; how much has he been masking this whole time?

3) He also had some pretty bad injuries that meant he couldn't work out. Usually when guys have leg injuries they add 30 pounds to their bench press, or something. Kap couldn't do anything and wasted away to a shell of his former self. If that's back, who knows?

I guess I look at it the same way I did when the Vikings were scrambling to replace Teddy, what's your ceiling with Christian Ponder? Shaun Hill? 7-9? 8-8?

I mean there's not really going to be a savior out there without giving up a lot. There's a reason a year later it's the same basic set of names.

Conversely what's the floor with Shaun Hill? 6-10? You know what you're getting with a lot of these guys. They'll keep the wheels on, but there's not a lot of 35 second comeback drives either.

With Kap it's different. It might be a total disaster or sky's the limit. So he might go 0-fer or lead you to the playoffs. The thing is there's no effective difference between 8-8 and 4-12, barring once-a-decade total divisional collapse. If anything there's some "if we're not going to be good we may as well totally suck" aspect to things.

So IMO you may as well roll the dice.
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10/16/2017 @ 01:24:48 PM
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Sloppy probably came off as too harsh. Perhaps just unprepared (or simply unaware) for how poor the packers o-line is at the moment. When you go from Rodgers to anyone, you have an idea in your mind that a guy should just know to get the ball out quickly, or to scramble immediately. That being said, sloppy or not, Hundley made some good throws, so I don't get the impression that they Packers are going to go 0-10 the rest of the way through.

Regarding their receiving corps (not dead bodies...Freudian slip, perhaps), I said "decent enough", not "spectacular and out of this world." Slightly above average? Better than most, worse than some? Better than the current state of the NY Giants? I think decent enough leaves room for the receiving corps not being great but also not being a liability. They were tested in 2013 when Rodgers went down, but then their backup qb situation was significantly worse that year. They brought Matt Flynn back midseason, but until then they were going with guys who had only been with the Packers for less than a year, one who had never even made into a game before taking over for 3 games. So I think their "decent enough" receiving corpse will help a guy who is likely a better QB than the last time the Packers were in this situation.

Now, the thing is, the Packers might be genuinely confident with Hundley where they genuinely are not interested or feel the need to bring someone in to totally redo their offensive scheme. Kaep would be rolling the dice, that's for sure. While I can't say I disagree with your analysis of the floor/ceiling aspect, I can't say I'd be too upset if at all if the Packers played it out with Hundley at the helm. If he throws 9 INTs in the next 3 games, I might change my mind. Otherwise, might as well see what they've got in him and see if playing behind Rodgers for 2 full seasons rubbed off the way most people thing Favre rubbed off on Rodgers. Within the Packers system, he's certainly more of a known commodity and it might be easier to gameplan for a guy when you know first hand his strengths and weaknesses. That being said, there is no magic bullet for this.
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10/16/2017 @ 01:33:30 PM
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Based on Rodgers' collar bone breakage in 2013, I predict (very non-medically, as I have no idea how bad the break is), that Rodgers makes it back in time for the December 23rd game against the Vikings. I bet the Packers can go 4-4 in that stretch (wins vs New Orleans, Detroit, and Tampa Bay, and at Cleveland...possibly a win at Chicago), putting than at 8-6 with the division still within reach.
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10/16/2017 @ 01:39:19 PM
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I guess on some level the conversation of who to bring in doesn't even have to imply "to put Hundley back on the bench a or 2 week later".

At some point you just want another body in there you could count on to maybe beat the Bears if it came to it, even if they aren't the starter. Almost all the guys you could kick around would be an upgrade over a guy fresh off the practice squad, they're just ineligible to be stashed there.
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10/16/2017 @ 01:44:35 PM
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Scott Wrote - Today @ 01:33:30 PM
Based on Rodgers' collar bone breakage in 2013, I predict (very non-medically, as I have no idea how bad the break is), that Rodgers makes it back in time for the December 23rd game against the Vikings. I bet the Packers can go 4-4 in that stretch (wins vs New Orleans, Detroit, and Tampa Bay, and at Cleveland...possibly a win at Chicago), putting than at 8-6 with the division still within reach.


Oh, that's practically carved into stone. I was only 90% sure even yesterday that with 3 minutes left in the game we wouldn't hear Aikman go "What's that sound? Oh my god! It's Aaron Rodgers' music!" only to have him come out of the tunnel and drop 21.

Maybe he hit Barr with a metal folding chair on the sidelines and that's how he got into the concussion protocol.
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10/16/2017 @ 02:25:18 PM
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Jeremy Wrote - Today @ 01:39:19 PM
I guess on some level the conversation of who to bring in doesn't even have to imply "to put Hundley back on the bench a or 2 week later".

At some point you just want another body in there you could count on to maybe beat the Bears if it came to it, even if they aren't the starter. Almost all the guys you could kick around would be an upgrade over a guy fresh off the practice squad, they're just ineligible to be stashed there.


Agreed. They obviously have to bring someone in. they currently only have 2 QBs in their entire organization. They just today signed Joe Callahan off their practice squad. So at a minimum, they have to sign a guy to either add to their roster or fill their practice squad. If it's a guy to fill the practice squad opening, I'm pretty sure it isn't going to be any other than "just a body".
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10/16/2017 @ 02:32:21 PM
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Aaron Rodgers' Music



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10/16/2017 @ 03:16:54 PM
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http://www.packersnews.com/story/sports/nfl/packers/2017/10/16/location-fracture-makes-aaron-rodgers-return-unlikely/769040001/

Apparently a collar bone breakage to the throwing shoulder side could take up to a month longer than the non-throwing side. Rodgers missed 7 weeks in 2013 to his non-throwing shoulder broken collar bone. This means that it could take 11 weeks or more, meaning he wouldn't be ready until midway through the playoffs.
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10/17/2017 @ 12:20:56 PM
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Jeremy Wrote - Yesterday @ 01:02:22 PM
1) I think he did ok. I'm not even sure if he played "sloppy", just that yeah if your benchmark as a fan is Farve to Rodgers,

Favre.
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