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Old 12-13-2007, 01:47 AM   #11
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Seattle may also be a good fit for him. The Seahawks have a great WR corp and with the drop in play by Alexander, they are more willing to spread it out and throw.
very true very true... actually that sounds very good since it's a west coast city... and because if colt were to go to greenbay he'd freeze to death... and i can't see him going anywhere realy cold..... a perfect (weather wise) location would either be sanfran or even oakland... even better would be hawaii making an NFL team and make it filled with samoans... heeeheee we'd be awesome!
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hey ik no one cares about the packers but i definitely care about Colt Brennan.. Colt brennan should be the packers 1st round draft pick because he is perfect for their system. spread the field give it to the recievers a couple shovel passes he and there... but anyway colt brennan is murderin boise state ritw now ;) plus aaron rodgers ain't dat great in his mop up jobs.. but hey what do ik
I think that there is no way that the Packers should draft this guy. He is a product of the game in Hawaii and the game vs Georgia has proven that. And by the way... Aaron Rodgers could be starting for several teams in this league and the Packers would be crazy to let him get away IMO.
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I think that there is no way that the Packers should draft this guy. He is a product of the game in Hawaii and the game vs Georgia has proven that. And by the way... Aaron Rodgers could be starting for several teams in this league and the Packers would be crazy to let him get away IMO.
idk about aaron rodgers... i dont think i've seen enough of him yet... if he's as good as you say he is the pack mite be a dangerous team later on..
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idk about aaron rodgers... i dont think i've seen enough of him yet... if he's as good as you say he is the pack mite be a dangerous team later on..
We haven't seen a lot of Aaron Rodgers, but just the fact that he's been with the team for a few years, knows the playbook, knows his teammates, understands the speed of an NFL game, and is a former number one pick is enough reinforcement to give him at least a shot to run the offense.
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We haven't seen a lot of Aaron Rodgers, but just the fact that he's been with the team for a few years, knows the playbook, knows his teammates, understands the speed of an NFL game, and is a former number one pick is enough reinforcement to give him at least a shot to run the offense.
the sad thing is he's eating away at their cap space while sitting on the bench...
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