Rodgers throws for 3 TDs, runs for another as Packers rout Titans 55-7

  • Article by: NANCY ARMOUR , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 24, 2012 - 4:56 AM
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rms316Dec. 23, 12 3:59 PM

Let's hope Randall Cobb is OK. Let's bring back Jordy Nelson and Woodson and get our guys healthy. Go Pack.

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callmestupidDec. 23, 12 5:19 PM

and will probably get another cake schedule for next year once again

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gunner5271Dec. 23, 12 7:39 PM

callmestupid a cake schedule really? The schedule is set up by your win and loses. So with more wins last year the Packers had the harder schedule. Cake schedule maybe then the Viks had a marshmellow one then. I think your name says it all. LOL

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john0990Dec. 23, 12 7:39 PM

callmestupid, you don't know much about NFL scheduling procedure, do you? The NFL doesn't randomly give one team an "easier" schedule than another. It's a set procedure, namely: --Each team plays home and away against its three division opponents, which accounts for six games on the schedule. --Each team plays four teams from another division within its conference on a rotating three-year cycle, which accounts for four more games. --Each team plays four teams from a division in the other conference on a rotating four-year cycle, which accounts for another four games. --Each team plays two intraconference games based on the prior year's standings. For example, the first-place team in a division will play against the first-place team from another division within the same conference. The second place team in a division will play against the second-place team from another division within the same conference, etc...

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just1oldgoatDec. 23, 12 8:07 PM

The Packers always have the easier schedule because they get to play the Vikings twice every year.

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Bob_NelsonDec. 24, 12 4:45 AM

I just have a feeling that the Packers win against the Titans is just a preview of what will happen in next week's game. The vikes always seem to end the season in disappointment. Just when people start to take an interest in the vikes they always crumble and let everyone down. No playoffs and bad draft position. Disasters always happen to the vikes.

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bolock54Dec. 24, 12 9:03 AM

Hey Bob.....Are you the "Bob Nelson" from Bayfield, WI???????????

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vikings1Dec. 24, 1211:15 AM

It's going to be fun seeing the Packers crumble yet again. Even if the Packers somehow win next Sunday the end of their season will only be delayed one week. By mid-January the fair weather rubes will start whining about how the refs screwed the Packers over, or how Ted Thompson is a horrible GM, or that McCarthy should be fired.

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cooper227Dec. 24, 12 3:08 PM

Hey Bob Nelson. You should beat the Vikes next week. We are rebuilding and playing with an arena league qb. You have a hof qb. Injuries, get healthy? We haven't had Harvin for over a month and were still winning. Just don't choke on Sunday, and if you do lose have some class and admit that the Vikes have overachieved this year.

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