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The Reason why we missed the playoffs last year

Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by firebagfan, Sep 24, 2011.

  1. firebagfan

    firebagfan BoltTalker

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    The game this weekend against the chiefs is the reason why we missed the playoffs last year. we should be able to win agaist a beatable teams on our schedule.
     
  2. Concudan

    Concudan Caffeinated Commando

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    I dont know if you can point to one game and say this is why we didnt go to the playoffs?

    What about the Special Teams breakdowns?
    Bengals loss?
    Both losses to the Raiders?

    There were quite a few reasons we did not go to the dance.

    To your other point. Yes we SHOULD be able to win. But in the words of many NFL personalities... "THAT IS WHY YOU PLAY THE GAME"
     
  3. Boltzlover

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    I think it is because we didn't win enough games.
     
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  4. Concudan

    Concudan Caffeinated Commando

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    I think that was a majority of the problem... :D
     
  5. ViennaLager

    ViennaLager FC Eintracht Bamberg Smokey Beers

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    Ahem... forget about last year... Onto this year.
     
  6. Blue Bolt

    Blue Bolt Persona Non Grata

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    "Again, with the finger!!!"

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  7. NORV4LIFE

    NORV4LIFE NO MORE NORV!!!!!

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    Sandolf Blue Moon Rising

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    I was wondering if main board stupidity on .com or SDUT exceeds this place because their idiot density is greater. But it occurred to me that this is like wondering if the kitchen cockroaches socialize with the bathroom roaches... or if either have time for the basement roaches.
     
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  9. ThunderHorse17

    ThunderHorse17 Lone Wolf

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    My goto answer has to be injuries. We set a team record *prob season record leaugewide too* with last years 80 something players that played in a game for us. But yea what 2010?
     
  10. Skuzzlebutt

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    I dig what you are saying here, fire.

    I keep hearing people say we aren't going to learn anything about his team over the next 3 weeks. I say BS. All three of these games should be won. If we drop one, then we will know this team is no different than any past Charger team. If they do what they are supposed to, then maybe we can expect them to come prepared for games later this season.

    I've kinda checked out over the last few days, but I am getting amped up for tomorrow.
     
  11. Blue Bolt

    Blue Bolt Persona Non Grata

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    Is it time to exterminate all the roaches? ;)
     
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    ViennaLager FC Eintracht Bamberg Smokey Beers

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    Kids... Thank God I don't/won't have any.
     
  13. Savage Lizard

    Savage Lizard Charger fan at 7000'

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    Holy shi_t! A 2011 game affected our chances of missing the playoffs in 2010?
     
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  15. NORV4LIFE

    NORV4LIFE NO MORE NORV!!!!!

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    The packers had just as many and they won the superbowl instead of bitchin bout how they had injuries. If we had mike mccarthy and not norv everyone would be talking about the bolts as the best team right now and PR as the best qb not rodgers.
     
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  17. bigmike.x.09

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    I'm pretty sure they didn't dude...
     
  18. NORV4LIFE

    NORV4LIFE NO MORE NORV!!!!!

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    This is the pack injured reserve alone as of december 31 2010.



    56 Barnett, Nick LB 6-2 236 29 8 Oregon State
    Bell, Josh CB 5-11 177 25 3 Baylor
    42 Burnett, Morgan S 6-1 209 21 R Georgia Tech
    54 Chillar, Brandon LB 6-3 237 28 7 UCLA
    88 Finley, Jermichael TE 6-5 247 23 3 Texas
    25 Grant, Ryan RB 6-1 222 28 4 Notre Dame
    91 Harrell, Justin DE 6-4 315 26 4 Tennessee
    41 Havner, Spencer TE 6-3 250 27 2 UCLA
    59 Jones, Brad LB 6-3 242 24 2 Colorado
    29 Martin, Derrick S 5-10 198 25 5 Wyoming
    96 Neal, Mike DE 6-3 294 23 R Purdue
    74 Newhouse, Marshall G/T 6-4 319 22 R Texas Christian
    51 Poppinga, Brady LB 6-3 250 31 6 Brigham Young
    27 Smith, Anthony S 6-0 200 27 5 Syracuse
    65 Tauscher, Mark T 6-3 320 33 11 Wisconsin

    How can you say the chargers had worse injury problems?
     
  19. ThunderHorse17

    ThunderHorse17 Lone Wolf

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    So I looked, I thought we hit 80 players on the active 45, turns out ONLY tied the record of 74... yea we had alot more injuries than any other team in a NON lockout SEASON.

    http://chargersmedia.com/key-notes-from-the-2010-season
    ยท The Chargers tied the NFL record for the most players used in a non-strike season, 74, tying the record set by Arizona in 2005.

    http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/sdg/2010_roster.htm

    No. AgePosGGSWtHtCollege/UnivBirthDateYrsDrafted (tm/rnd/yr)
    89 Seyi Ajirotutu 23 WR 10 0 211 6-3 Fresno St. 6/12/1987 Rook
    Ethan Albright 39 G-C-T 2 0 283 6-5 North Carolina 5/1/1971 15
    90 Antwan Applewhite 25 LB 16 13 246 6-3 San Diego St. 12/31/1985 2
    16 Gary Banks 29 WR 2 2 193 6-0 11/4/1981 Rook
    98 Antwan Barnes 26 LB 11 0 240 6-1 Florida International 10/19/1984 3 Baltimore Ravens / 4th / 134th pick / 2007
    46 Darry Beckwith 23 LB 1 0 232 6-1 5/15/1987 1
    23 Fred Bennett 27 DB 4 0 196 6-1 South Carolina 12/31/1983 3 Houston Texans / 4th / 123rd pick / 2007
    David Binn 38 C 1 0 245 6-3 California 2/6/1972 16
    Alfonso Boone 34 DT 3 0 318 6-4 Mount San Antonio JC 1/11/1976 9 Detroit Lions / 7th / 253rd pick / 2000
    44 Curtis Brinkley 25 RB 3 0 208 5-9 Syracuse 9/20/1985 Rook
    2 Kris Brown 34 K 3 0 206 5-11 Nebraska 12/23/1976 11 Pittsburgh Steelers / 7th / 228th pick / 1999
    99 Kevin Burnett 28 LB 16 16 237 6-3 Tennessee 12/24/1982 5 Dallas Cowboys / 2nd / 42nd pick / 2005
    31 Tyrone Carter 34 DB 7 0 190 5-8 Minnesota 3/31/1976 10 Minnesota Vikings / 4th / 118th pick / 2000
    20 Antoine Cason 24 DB 16 15 190 6-0 Arizona 7/9/1986 2 San Diego Chargers / 1st / 27th pick / 2008
    93 Luis Castillo 27 DE-DT 16 16 306 6-3 Northwestern 8/4/1983 5 San Diego Chargers / 1st / 28th pick / 2005
    74 Jacques Cesaire 30 DE-DT 16 16 295 6-2 Southern Connecticut St. 8/30/1980 7
    66 Jeromey Clary 27 T 16 16 304 6-6 Kansas St. 11/5/1983 3 San Diego Chargers / 6th / 187th pick / 2006
    54 Stephen Cooper 31 LB 12 11 235 6-1 Maine 6/19/1979 7
    12 Patrick Crayton 31 WR 9 2 205 6-0 NW Oklahoma St. 4/7/1979 6 Dallas Cowboys / 7th / 216th pick / 2004
    84 Craig Davis 25 WR 7 1 200 6-1 LSU 10/2/1985 3 San Diego Chargers / 1st / 30th pick / 2007
    68 Kris Dielman* 29 G 15 15 310 6-4 Indiana 2/3/1981 7
    Brandyn Dombrowski 25 G 16 5 323 6-5 San Diego St. 4/3/1985 1
    52 Larry English 24 DE 8 2 254 6-2 Northern Illinois 1/22/1986 1 San Diego Chargers / 1st / 16th pick / 2009
    80 Malcom Floyd 29 WR 11 9 201 6-5 Wyoming 9/8/1981 6
    71 Antonio Garay 31 DE 16 15 300 6-4 Boston Col. 11/30/1979 7 Cleveland Browns / 6th / 195th pick / 2003
    85 Antonio Gates* 30 TE 10 10 260 6-4 Kent St. 6/18/1980 7
    15 Richard Goodman 23 WR 3 0 192 6-0 4/30/1987 Rook
    Tyronne Green 24 G 12 7 305 6-1 Auburn 4/6/1986 1 San Diego Chargers / 4th / 133rd pick / 2009
    28 Steve Gregory 27 DB 9 9 185 5-11 Syracuse 1/8/1983 4
    61 Nick Hardwick 29 C 16 16 295 6-4 Purdue 9/12/1981 6 San Diego Chargers / 3rd / 66th pick / 2004
    97 David Herron 26 LB 2 0 248 6-1 Michigan St. 6/17/1984 3
    22 Jacob Hester 25 RB 15 7 230 5-11 LSU 5/8/1985 2 San Diego Chargers / 3rd / 69th pick / 2008
    53 James Holt 24 LB 3 0 226 6-3 Kansas 11/24/1986 1
    33 Dante Hughes 25 DB 12 1 190 5-10 California 8/21/1985 3 Indianapolis Colts / 3rd / 95th pick / 2007
    83 Vincent Jackson 27 WR 5 5 241 6-5 Northern Colorado 1/14/1983 5 San Diego Chargers / 2nd / 61st pick / 2005
    23 Quentin Jammer 31 DB 16 16 204 6-0 Texas 6/19/1979 8 San Diego Chargers / 1st / 5th pick / 2002
    96 Travis Johnson 28 DT 9 0 314 6-3 Florida St. 4/26/1982 5 Houston Texans / 1st / 16th pick / 2005
    10 Nate Kaeding 28 K 13 0 187 6-0 Iowa 3/26/1982 6 San Diego Chargers / 3rd / 65th pick / 2004
    57 Brandon Lang 24 LB 10 0 260 6-4 Troy 6/18/1986 Rook
    34 Billy Latsko 26 RB 1 0 233 5-10 2/16/1984 Rook
    92 Vaughn Martin 24 DT 10 0 331 6-3 West. Ontario 4/18/1986 1 San Diego Chargers / 4th / 113th pick / 2009
    24 Ryan Mathews 23 RB 12 9 220 6-0 Fresno St. 5/1/1987 Rook San Diego Chargers / 1st / 12th pick / 2010
    81 Randy McMichael 31 TE 16 11 250 6-3 Georgia 6/28/1979 8 Miami Dolphins / 4th / 114th pick / 2002
    Marcus McNeill 27 T 11 11 335 6-8 Auburn 11/16/1983 4 San Diego Chargers / 2nd / 50th pick / 2006
    55 Shawne Merriman 26 LB 3 1 272 6-4 Maryland 5/25/1984 5 San Diego Chargers / 1st / 12th pick / 2005
    49 Brandon T. Moore 31 LB 2 0 242 6-1 Oklahoma 1/16/1979 8
    Scott Mruczkowski 28 C 15 0 321 6-4 Bowling Green 4/5/1982 5 San Diego Chargers / 7th / 242nd pick / 2005
    11 Legedu Naanee 27 WR 10 9 225 6-2 Boise St. 9/16/1983 3 San Diego Chargers / 5th / 172nd pick / 2007
    Ryan Neill 28 DE 2 0 253 6-3 Rutgers 12/12/1982 3
    91 Ogemdi Nwagbuo 25 DT 15 0 300 6-4 Michigan St. 12/24/1985 1
    52 Cyril Obiozor 24 LB 2 0 267 6-4 Texas A&M 7/26/1986 1
    27 Paul Oliver 26 DB 16 8 208 6-0 Georgia 3/30/1984 2
    95 Shaun Phillips* 29 DE 16 16 260 6-3 Purdue 5/13/1981 6 San Diego Chargers / 4th / 98th pick / 2004
    17 Philip Rivers* 29 QB 16 16 228 6-5 North Carolina St. 12/8/1981 6 New York Giants / 1st / 4th pick / 2004
    5 Mike Scifres 30 P 16 0 236 6-2 West. Illinois 10/8/1980 7 San Diego Chargers / 5th / 149th pick / 2003
    59 Brandon Siler 25 LB 12 5 241 6-2 Florida 12/5/1985 3 San Diego Chargers / 7th / 240th pick / 2007
    82 Kory Sperry 25 TE 7 1 242 6-4 Colorado St. 4/10/1985 1
    27 C.J. Spillman 24 DB 5 0 192 6-0 Marshall 5/6/1986 1
    43 Darren Sproles 27 RB 16 3 181 5-6 Kansas St. 6/20/1983 5 San Diego Chargers / 4th / 130th pick / 2005
    30 Donald Strickland 30 DB 16 0 187 5-10 Colorado 11/24/1980 7 Indianapolis Colts / 3rd / 90th pick / 2003
    Darrell Stuckey 23 S 1 0 205 5-11 6/16/1987 2010
    36 Quinton Teal 26 DB 13 0 198 6-1 Coastal Carolina 3/8/1984 3
    Adam Terry 28 T 2 0 330 6-8 Syracuse 9/1/1982 5 Baltimore Ravens / 2nd / 64th pick / 2005
    76 Cam Thomas 22 DT 6 0 330 6-3 North Carolina 12/12/1988 Rook San Diego Chargers / 5th / 146th pick / 2010
    35 Mike Tolbert 25 RB 15 4 243 5-9 Coastal Carolina 11/23/1985 2
    94 Jyles Tucker 27 LB 3 0 258 6-3 Wake Forest 9/18/1983 3
    Louis Vasquez 23 G 10 10 330 6-4 Texas Tech 4/11/1987 1 San Diego Chargers / 3rd / 78th pick / 2009
    7 Billy Volek 34 QB 3 0 214 6-2 Fresno St. 4/28/1976 9
    87 Kelley Washington 31 WR 8 0 218 6-3 Tennessee 8/21/1979 7 Cincinnati Bengals / 3rd / 65th pick / 2003
    26 Pat Watkins 28 DB 4 0 200 6-4 Florida St. 12/18/1982 4 Dallas Cowboys / 5th / 138th pick / 2006
    32 Eric Weddle 25 DB 16 16 203 5-11 Utah 1/4/1985 3 San Diego Chargers / 2nd / 37th pick / 2007
    42 Kion Wilson 24 LB 3 0 232 6-0 South Florida 10/24/1986 Rook
    88 Kris Wilson 29 TE 14 7 250 6-3 Pittsburgh 8/22/1981 6 Kansas City Chiefs / 2nd / 61st pick / 2004
    47 Mike Windt 24 C 11 0 251 6-1 5/29/1986 Rook

    Team Total 27.3 16 245.3 6-1.9 31.2
     
  20. ThunderHorse17

    ThunderHorse17 Lone Wolf

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    Just did a count on GBs players they had to bring in to replace injuries: 65 total active players to our 74.

    http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/gnb/2010_roster.htm
    No. AgePosGGSWtHtCollege/UnivBirthDateYrsDrafted (tm/rnd/yr)

    56 Nick Barnett 29 LB 4 4 240 6-2 Oregon St. 5/27/1981 7 Green Bay Packers / 1st / 29th pick / 2003
    20 Atari Bigby 29 DB 4 0 220 5-11 Central Florida 9/19/1981 5
    55 Desmond Bishop 26 LB 15 12 241 6-2 California 7/24/1984 3 Green Bay Packers / 6th / 193rd pick / 2007
    47 Diyral Briggs 25 LB 5 0 230 6-4 Bowling Green 10/31/1985 1
    75 Bryan Bulaga 21 T 16 12 315 6-5 Iowa 3/21/1989 Rook Green Bay Packers / 1st / 23rd pick / 2010
    42 Morgan Burnett 21 DB 4 4 210 6-1 Georgia Tech 1/13/1989 Rook Green Bay Packers / 3rd / 71st pick / 2010
    24 Jarrett Bush 26 DB 16 1 194 6-0 Utah St. 5/21/1984 4
    54 Brandon Chillar 28 LB 8 1 253 6-3 UCLA 10/21/1982 6 St. Louis Rams / 4th / 130th pick / 2004
    76 Chad Clifton* 34 T 16 16 330 6-5 Tennessee 6/26/1976 10 Green Bay Packers / 2nd / 44th pick / 2000
    73 Daryn Colledge 29 T 16 16 300 6-4 Boise St. 8/28/1981 4 Green Bay Packers / 2nd / 47th pick / 2006
    36 Nick Collins* 27 DB 16 16 206 5-11 Bethune-Cookman 8/16/1983 5 Green Bay Packers / 2nd / 51st pick / 2005
    83 Tom Crabtree 25 TE 16 1 244 6-5 11/4/1985 Rook
    2 Mason Crosby 26 K 16 0 212 6-1 Colorado 9/3/1984 3 Green Bay Packers / 6th / 194th pick / 2007
    80 Donald Driver 35 WR 15 15 188 6-0 Alcorn St. 2/2/1975 11 Green Bay Packers / 7th / 213th pick / 1999
    88 Jermichael Finley 23 TE 5 5 240 6-4 Texas 3/26/1987 2 Green Bay Packers / 3rd / 91st pick / 2008
    10 Matt Flynn 25 QB 7 1 228 6-2 LSU 6/20/1985 2 Green Bay Packers / 7th / 209th pick / 2008
    49 Robert Francois 25 LB 8 1 253 6-2 5/14/1985 1
    61 Brett Goode 26 LB 16 0 244 6-1 Arkansas 11/2/1984 2
    40 Josh Gordy 23 DB 2 0 195 5-11 Central Michigan 2/9/1987 Rook
    25 Ryan Grant 28 RB 1 1 218 6-1 Notre Dame 12/9/1982 3
    95 Howard Green 31 DT 9 3 320 6-2 LSU 1/12/1979 8 Houston Texans / 6th / 190th pick / 2002
    35 Korey Hall 27 LB 12 6 230 6-1 Boise St. 8/5/1983 3 Green Bay Packers / 6th / 192nd pick / 2007
    Justin Harrell 26 DT 1 0 300 6-5 Tennessee 2/14/1984 3 Green Bay Packers / 1st / 16th pick / 2007
    41 Spencer Havner 27 LB 1 0 244 6-3 UCLA 2/2/1983 2
    50 A.J. Hawk 26 LB 16 15 245 6-1 Ohio St. 1/6/1984 4 Green Bay Packers / 1st / 5th pick / 2006
    32 Brandon Jackson 25 RB 16 13 210 5-11 Nebraska 10/2/1985 3 Green Bay Packers / 2nd / 63rd pick / 2007
    77 Cullen Jenkins 29 DT 11 8 292 6-3 Central Michigan 1/20/1981 6
    85 Greg Jennings* 27 WR 16 16 195 5-11 West. Michigan 9/21/1983 4 Green Bay Packers / 2nd / 52nd pick / 2006
    45 Quinn Johnson 24 RB 11 4 251 6-0 LSU 9/30/1986 1 Green Bay Packers / 5th / 145th pick / 2009
    59 Brad Jones 24 LB 6 5 230 6-3 Colorado 4/1/1986 1 Green Bay Packers / 7th / 218th pick / 2009
    89 James Jones 26 WR 16 3 208 6-1 San Jose St. 3/31/1984 3 Green Bay Packers / 3rd / 78th pick / 2007
    30 John Kuhn 28 FB 16 2 255 6-0 Shippensburg 9/9/1982 4
    70 T.J. Lang 23 T 12 0 305 6-4 East. Michigan 9/20/1987 1 Green Bay Packers / 4th / 109th pick / 2009
    86 Donald Lee 30 TE 15 6 255 6-3 Mississippi St. 8/31/1980 7 Miami Dolphins / 5th / 156th pick / 2003
    22 Patrick Lee 26 DB 11 1 194 5-11 Auburn 2/20/1984 2 Green Bay Packers / 2nd / 60th pick / 2008
    29 Derrick Martin 25 DB 5 0 180 5-10 Wyoming 5/16/1985 4 Baltimore Ravens / 6th / 208th pick / 2006
    8 Tim Masthay 23 P 16 0 198 6-2 Kentucky 3/16/1987 Rook
    52 Clay Matthews*+ 24 LB 15 15 246 6-3 USC 5/14/1986 1 Green Bay Packers / 1st / 26th pick / 2009
    Mike Montgomery 27 DT 2 0 276 6-5 Texas A&M 8/18/1983 5 Green Bay Packers / 6th / 180th pick / 2005
    23 Dimitri Nance 22 RB 12 0 224 5-9 Arizona St. 2/18/1988 Rook
    96 Mike Neal 23 LB 2 0 236 6-2 Purdue 6/26/1987 Rook Green Bay Packers / 2nd / 56th pick / 2010
    87 Jordy Nelson 25 WR 16 4 215 6-3 Kansas St. 5/31/1985 2 Green Bay Packers / 2nd / 36th pick / 2008
    26 Charlie Peprah 27 DB 14 11 202 5-11 Alabama 2/24/1983 4 New York Giants / 5th / 158th pick / 2006
    79 Ryan Pickett 31 DT 14 12 310 6-2 Ohio St. 10/8/1979 9 St. Louis Rams / 1st / 29th pick / 2001
    51 Brady Poppinga 31 LB 6 1 259 6-3 BYU 9/21/1979 5 Green Bay Packers / 4th / 125th pick / 2005
    81 Andrew Quarless 22 TE 13 3 248 6-4 Penn St. 10/6/1988 Rook Green Bay Packers / 5th / 154th pick / 2010
    90 B.J. Raji 24 DT 16 16 334 6-2 Boston Col. 7/11/1986 1 Green Bay Packers / 1st / 9th pick / 2009
    12 Aaron Rodgers 27 QB 15 15 223 6-2 California 12/2/1983 5 Green Bay Packers / 1st / 24th pick / 2005
    37 Sam Shields 23 DB 14 6 184 5-11 Miami (FL) 12/8/1987 Rook
    54 Maurice Simpkins 27 LB 2 0 236 6-0 4/29/1983 Rook
    71 Josh Sitton 24 G 16 16 320 6-4 Central Florida 6/6/1986 2 Green Bay Packers / 4th / 135th pick / 2008
    27 Anthony Smith 27 DB 4 0 190 5-11 Syracuse 9/20/1983 4 Pittsburgh Steelers / 3rd / 83rd pick / 2006
    Jason Spitz 28 G 16 0 310 6-4 Louisville 12/19/1982 4 Green Bay Packers / 3rd / 75th pick / 2006
    44 James Starks 24 RB 3 0 203 6-1 Buffalo 2/25/1986 Rook Green Bay Packers / 6th / 193rd pick / 2010
    16 Brett Swain 25 WR 16 1 200 6-1 San Diego St. 6/21/1985 1 Green Bay Packers / 7th / 217th pick / 2008
    Mark Tauscher 33 T-G 4 4 320 6-4 Wisconsin 6/17/1977 10 Green Bay Packers / 7th / 224th pick / 2000
    28 Brandon Underwood 24 DB 12 0 192 6-1 Cincinnati 6/24/1986 1 Green Bay Packers / 6th / 187th pick / 2009
    93 Erik Walden 25 DE 9 2 238 6-2 Middle Tenn. St. 8/21/1985 2 Dallas Cowboys / 6th / 167th pick / 2008
    63 Scott Wells 29 G-C 16 16 300 6-2 Tennessee 1/7/1981 6 Green Bay Packers / 7th / 251st pick / 2004
    57 Matt Wilhelm 29 LB 7 0 245 6-4 Ohio St. 2/2/1981 7 San Diego Chargers / 4th / 112th pick / 2003
    38 Tramon Williams* 27 DB 16 16 182 5-11 Louisiana Tech 3/16/1983 3
    98 C.J. Wilson 23 DE 15 2 271 6-4 East Carolina 3/30/1987 Rook Green Bay Packers / 7th / 230th pick / 2010
    21 Charles Woodson* 34 DB 16 16 200 6-1 Michigan 10/7/1976 12 Oakland Raiders / 1st / 4th pick / 1998
    94 Jarius Wynn 24 DE 9 0 273 6-5 Georgia 8/29/1986 1 Green Bay Packers / 6th / 182nd pick / 2009
    58 Frank Zombo 23 LB 13 8 254 6-3 Central Michigan 3/5/1987 Rook

    Team Total 26.3 16 242.5 6-1.8 3.2
     
  21. Buck Melanoma

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    Thanks for the stats. I doubt that it does much to stem the spew coming from N4L, but interesting to see the comparison.
     
  22. ThunderHorse17

    ThunderHorse17 Lone Wolf

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    Beleive me I didnt do it for N4L. But he did make me curious to rememeber the offical # 74 active players.

    Glad someone else found it informing.
     
  23. NORV4LIFE

    NORV4LIFE NO MORE NORV!!!!!

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    Ok so we both had an insane amount. They still won superbowl. We couldn't even make playoffs in one of the worst divisions. Kinda sad.
     
  24. NORV4LIFE

    NORV4LIFE NO MORE NORV!!!!!

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    Ok so we both had an insane amount. They still won superbowl. We couldn't even make playoffs in one of the worst divisions. Kinda sad.
     
  25. Concudan

    Concudan Caffeinated Commando

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    So why aren't you following the Pack then? It seems to me that with all your expressed disappointment in THIS team that you would look to follow a team you can get behind, coach and all.

    What is kinda sad are the people who take every opportunity to go all Eeyore on the team, but still sit here and follow them, even though they refuse to see any of the good things the team is doing.

    Frustration is understandable. Full doom and gloom every damn day when talking about the team is just pathetic on that persons part in my honest opinion.
     
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  26. bigmike.x.09

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    The difference is half those players came back and were able to contribute for the Pack.
     
  27. RipTheJacker

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    Umm, we did win
     
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  28. Nutz&Boltz

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    Um they had a really lucky bounce, they weren't even in control of making it to the Playoffs, they needed the Giants to win a divisional game against the Eagles, where D. Jackson took a punt return to the house, and that opened the door for them. Without that loss to the Eagles the Giants had that spot. So it wasn't as if Green Bay won their way into the playoffs, they got a lucky bounce and a lot of the times that's exactly what it takes.
     
  29. Joy Division

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    I'm assuming you made a typing error in the bold...since right afterwords you corrected it by saying the Eagles actually won the game. The lucky bounce thing isn't really true though. The Packers won their final two regular season games to get into the playoffs. One of those games happened to be against the Giants. If they Giants hadn't been destroyed by the Packers in that game, then the D.Jackson runback does not knock them (the Giants) out of the last playoff spot. So the Giants never firmly had a hold of the spot...it was up for grabs and by winning their last 2 reg season games, the Pack got in. But that's all history.
     
  30. matilack

    matilack Take A Knee McCree!!!

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