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Even the best stumble at times. #Packers will rebound against Seattle this week.

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I am a diehard, third generation Packer fan living in Chicago. I am always looking for more to join the battle in keeping the enemies at bay!

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B.S. Management-St. Xavier University

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jrehor added a new article The Final Straw
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jraugustine onThursday, 19 August 2010 21:02

I guess you can call them highlights. Sure give us a taste of the coming season.

jraugustine onThursday, 19 August 2010 21:00

I think, in addition to playing very vanilla on defense in order to not tip his hand, Capers was also trying to ensure that his players won't get hurt.

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jraugustine onThursday, 19 August 2010 21:01

Good. Now we can stick it to him twice this season and leave the Vikings watching week one of the playoffs from the comfort of their own homes.

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baugustine Not sure whether to say the defense was lackluster or just vanilla. Coach McCarthy seems to think that there is need for some adjustments.
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jraugustine Ding, ding, ding... preseason, round 2.
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baugustine onMonday, 16 August 2010 16:19

Yeah, except for the rookies that are playing for roster spots...they HAVE to be on fire!

jraugustine onMonday, 16 August 2010 14:44

I think some of the vanilla defense against the Browns was not only to allow Capers to keep his cards close to his vest, but also to keep people healthy. We certainly don't want an injury.

baugustine Play hard enough to show your stuff, but stay injury free Pack.
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jraugustine onMonday, 16 August 2010 14:44

Fairly injury free. Not good about Grant though. Kind of scary.

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jrehor Even the best stumble at times. #Packers will rebound against Seattle this week.
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jraugustine onMonday, 16 August 2010 14:43

I agree. We'll be fine.

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baugustine With the first pre-season game under their belt, the Pack will have a lot to talk about and a lot to get under control. Still no pressure on the quarterback...but that may be because the Dom is not tipping his hand in the preseason. Saw a lot of rookies that want to make the team.
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Sunday, 09 May 2010 A Time to Relax
Vacation day 1 is finally here. As I sit here a .....
Friday, 30 April 2010 James Starks via Wikipedia
Wikipedia is in my opinion the entertainment ve .....
Tuesday, 27 April 2010 So Now What?
The draft is in the past, and now all teams wil .....
Thursday, 22 April 2010 End of a Long Day
Well the ned of Draft Day 1 for 2010 is in the .....
Monday, 19 April 2010 Trade Up?
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jrehor, Sunday, 11 July 2010 14:21
Lots and lots of ideas for posts...more than a few this week.
jrehor, Sunday, 27 June 2010 17:52
So the secret to the offense and the secret to the defense is out. Now, who will the secret to the special teams be? Find out this week. One thing: it's not who you think it might be.
jrehor, Thursday, 17 June 2010 21:57
The secret to the defense in 2010 will be unveiled this weekend. Any guesses?
jrehor, Sunday, 06 June 2010 22:26
LOVE the new comment feature with notification of comments!
jrehor, Thursday, 03 June 2010 12:31
Johnny Jolly's situation may have just gotten a lot worse. Read more from Greg Bedard here:
jrehor, Saturday, 29 May 2010 07:50
Holy cow, am I tired! What a week of work. Glad it's over!
jrehor, Sunday, 23 May 2010 08:27
Aaron Rodgers received a great endorsement from Bart Starr this week.
jraugustine, Monday, 17 May 2010 09:43
A huge happy birthday to you man!
jrehor, Sunday, 16 May 2010 08:40
A must, must,MUST read about Jermichael Finley written by Greg Bedard. Just terrific stuff, and amazing how much Finley opened up.
jrehor, Saturday, 15 May 2010 08:16
After going to the Tailgate Tour yesterday, it is clear that James Jones is one of the jokesters on the team. Just a funny guy, and not in the Goodfellas sense of the term "funny guy".
jrehor, Thursday, 13 May 2010 08:24
Matt Bowen at National Football Post has an excellent breakdown of the Tampa 2 defense. Here is the link

It is a must read. Follow Matt on twitter at @MattBowen41 his analysis is top notch.
jrehor, Monday, 10 May 2010 07:56
Vacation is finally here! Mothers Day yesterday, today celebrate my 8th wedding anniversary. And I actually got to sleep in this am.
jrehor, Tuesday, 04 May 2010 08:05
Oh man, do I have the goods! Coming soon!
jrehor, Sunday, 02 May 2010 09:23
Wikipedia is in my opinion the entertainment version of fact. Since anyone can edit anything on Wikipedia, occasionally you stumble upon nuggets like the one below. It was posted to a Packers Fan Club message board, which I submit for your amusement. Enjoy:
James Starks
Starks enrolled at the University at Buffalo to play football and was redshirted in 2005. In 2006, Starks made a huge impact on the Bulls offense. In his first game, he scored on an 18-yard run in overtime to help the Bulls win, 9-3, in the season opener against the Temple Owls.[2], giving Turner Gill his first victory as a head coach. Starks became the first Buffalo freshman to earn All-MAC honors in 2006[3]. In 2007, Starks started every game at running back and rushed for 1103 yards and 12 touchdowns, earning another Second Team All-MAC honor as Buffalo finished the season co-champions of the MAC East division. In 2008, Starks had an even better season, rushing for 1384 yards and 16 touchdowns. He was also the second-leading receiver on the team with 52 catches and one touchdown. Starks led Buffalo to their first conference championship and first bowl appearance in school history. He was named First Team All-MAC following the season. In 2009, Starks was sidelined for his senior season after suffering a labral tear in his shoulder[4], missing the entire season.
James Starks was drafted by the Green Bay Packers to become a machine running back in the NFL. He will one day rewrite the NFL history books. Once his knees give out from running too much, the Packers will convert him to Quarterback to rewrite the Passing records. Once his arm is thrown out he will moved to kicker and then Punter. After Punter he will be successful at the Packers head coach and go on to win 3 more Super Bowls along with the 2 he won with the Packers during his playing Years. After head coach, he will replace Ted Thompson as GM. After the serving as GM he will become Commissioner of the NFL and then transfer to MLB. After that he will serve 3 terms as President of the US and sucessfully bring peace to the middle East.
James Starks, the man, the myth, the legend . . .
jrehor, Thursday, 29 April 2010 08:53
Want a scoop on something? Pro Shop tent sale is June 4-5. Now can I get my hands of some extra cash to complete the all Packers wardrobe?
jraugustine, Thursday, 29 April 2010 08:07
Dude! You're one point away from getting your second ring under your profile picture. Go man, go!
jrehor, Monday, 26 April 2010 19:44

Marshawn Lynch to the Packers? Intriguing talent but major character issues. Will Ted take a gamble? Would definitely upgrade the RB situation.

jrehor, Saturday, 24 April 2010 17:17
Going to head over to Will's Northwoods Inn in Chicago tomorrow. Frank Winters, Mark Chmura, and Ahman Green already going to be there. Also there is a BIG campaign to get our newest #1 draft pick Bryan Bulaga to go-he lives right near me. Who knows, GBPN could be the first site on the net with fan photos of the newest Packer! (first autographs too, hopefully)
jrehor, Saturday, 24 April 2010 17:15
Work day done...very tired. Draft also done...not as tiring for me as i bet it was for Ted Thompson and Mike McCarthy. Interesting selections, which we will all find more about in the coming weeks. My biggest criticism: no punter? I understand Mesko was taken right before we picked, but is the selection that poor? Hope the FA pool or the Thunder From Down Under can cut it-we cant have any repeats of the last 2 years.
jrehor, Friday, 23 April 2010 21:53
Here is the interview of Mike Neal, second round draft choice. Have to saythere were some interesting answers.

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