nice kick – maybe Crosby is the no-clutch guy…


Sorry – Crosby’s kick was low. That wasn’t a “great push” as the announcers contended. That was his second low kick. That one is on Crosby.

For the record, Rodgers did his part to make that a game-winning drive.


20 Responses to “nice kick – maybe Crosby is the no-clutch guy…”

  1. DaveK Says:

    Second missed field goal tonight. Both low and horrible. Special teams has been awful all season. We need a new ST coach this week!

  2. Ron La Canne Says:

    The collapse has begun. Damn McCarthy and his bullshit play calling.

  3. bucky Says:

    I guess we get to read (again) about how Rodgers can’t lead the team to vicotry.

    I think the rest of this team isn’t good enough to wash Aaron Rodgers’ jock strap.

  4. Trav Says:

    LB’s unable to make a play…again. Hawk slipping at the crucial moment on 3rd and 6 sums it up.

  5. VaCheezHead Says:

    so that’s what…2 games that crosby has lost with his “clutch” performances?

  6. Cindy V Says:

    I was on the phone with my friend Kathy as the Packers settled for a field goal instead of getting a touchdown. I said that the only way we’d win is if our defense didn’t collapse. And Kathy said and our special teams didn’t collapse. Both conveniently did just as they have in the past five games. This was so predictable. So pathetic. When is Mike McCarthy going to own up to this debacle of a team?

  7. DaveK Says:

    I can’t tell you how frustrated I am with this team and this season. Every week one part of this team melts down and costs us the game. If not the defense then special teams. Unbelievable the Packers blew this game against a really bad Bears team. I actually hope the Bears make the playoffs because they are going to get killed and be one and done.

  8. bucky Says:

    So how was the pad level on Crosby’s final field goal attempt?

  9. Cindy V Says:

    I’m watching that twit McCarthy’s pitiful excuse-filled press conference.

  10. Frank G Says:

    Wow…what a pathetic team! Special Teams and Defense collapse down the stretch yet again. Poor play calling by MM also. A complete fiasco.

  11. Ron La Canne Says:

    MM, grab your ears, give a yank adn pull your head out of your ass. He’s got his head so far up his butt he needs a glass naval to see.

  12. Christian Says:

    In the immortal words of Herm Edwards, “You play to win the game.”

    I have yet to get the impression from MM this season he knows how to do that. He calls an overly conservative game when the game is on the line. You can feel the team tightening up as the 4th Q has progressed in every close game.

    Every aspect of this team has folded under pressure this season, even Rodgers at times, though he is by far the least offender.

    How does this get fixed? The draft? FA signings? New coaches? Or are we just the snakebitten team that can’t get out of it’s own way this season? And is this season worse than 2005?

    More importantly, if the Lions keep it close I may end up rooting for them late in the game while I’m sitting in Lambeau next this Sunday.

    God help me.

  13. Frank G Says:

    Would anyone be surprised if the Lions hang one on the Packers next week? It would be the exclamation point on this most forgettable of seasons! Lions 17-13…they have more to play for.

  14. Phil Says:

    The announcers for the Westwood One broadcast of it (At work and had to follow the game online) described it pretty accurately. Said how Crosby just hit it way too low for it be any good.

    Also, side note, during the radio broadcast, Boomer Easiason called Bears fans jackasses. For real. His partner panicked for a bit and kinda wanted him to apologize for it, but Boomer wouldn’t.

  15. Cindy V Says:

    This is what I saw of Mike McCarthy’s post game conference: Mike comes out looking sad. He uses his pathetic disappointing sounding voice to say, “We didn’t get the job done.”

    What I would like to see ina Mike McCarthy post game conference: Mike comes out hot, full of piss and vinegar. “Our defense couldn’t stop the Bears and our special teams killed us. Mike Stock and Bob Sanders have one week to turn things around. If they manage to do that, they just might, might, save their jobs.”

  16. DaveK Says:

    Well, by crapping down their leg once again they have guaranteed themselves a top 10 draft pick. Right now they are tied for 8th/9th spots with the Jags. The 49’s hold the 10th spot with six glorious wins. Cleveland, Raiders, and Seahawks hold the 5th,6th, and 7th spots with four wins each.

  17. bucky Says:

    I think the Lions win next week. Detroit will be leading late, 24-23, with 5 minutes left in the game, and then Aaron Rodgers will lead the Pack on an 80 yard drive culminating in a touchdown to take the lead with 5 seconds left. But the Lions will run back the ensuing kickoff for a touchdown to win the game 31-30.

    And then we’ll get to hear about how this is just another example showing that Aaron Rodgers can’t win a game in the final minutes. . . .

  18. awhayes Says:

    Last night was definitely not Rodgers’ fault. He did what he had to do in the clutch completing that 3rd and 9 pass to Jones to set us up nicely for a field goal Crosby should have made. Even in the Minnesota game, Rodgers helped get us into field goal range giving Crosby the chance to win the game. Yes, Rodgers has thrown some bad picks in the clutch this year and he (and McCarthy and the whole offense) could use some extra work in the 2-3 minute drills. That’s true.

    But I think last night should essentially be considered a success for Rodgers in terms of doing his part to lead a last-second win. We needed him to deliver down the stretch in a big game and he did. And frankly, I can see a day in the near future when other teams are going to be uneasy facing Aaron Rodgers in the clutch (that is, after we get a new O-Line, possibly abandon zone blocking scheme, make plays less predictable and re-establish a running game).

  19. Ron La Canne Says:

    Mason Crosby lost three games. He is the definition of Chole.

  20. bucky Says:

    He is the definition of Chole.

    I’m trying to figure out if this is a typo for “choke” or for “cholo.” I’m not sure the latter quite works, however.

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