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Andrew Luck=Detroit Lions daddy

*Jules still thinking of last weekend at times*

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If GB loses this game, it confirms they are NOT a cold weather team.

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If GB loses this game, it confirms they are NOT a cold weather team.

Which is embarrasing since this is the the LIONS not the Giants or Bears or something.

Oh man, Crosby just managed to get in a long FG. A small miracle....

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Which is embarrasing since this is the the LIONS not the Giants or Bears or something.

Oh man, Crosby just managed to get in a long FG. A small miracle....

It saddens me that Rodgers don't lead many come back wins in his career, and after all, it's been argued that they are not a cold weather team.

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It saddens me that Rodgers don't lead many come back wins in his career, and after all, it's been argued that they are not a cold weather team.

Well he has a chance tonight on SNF to lead one. I mean all Luck would need is a few seconds or something so come on Aaron IT'S NOT THAT TOUGH. ;)

Look at that snow fall. Can't ya almost see Favre doing his thing out there? ;)

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Well he has a chance tonight on SNF to lead one. I mean all Luck would need is a few seconds or something so come on Aaron IT'S NOT THAT TOUGH. ;)

Look at that snow fall. Can't ya almost see Favre doing his thing out there? ;)

That's all I been thinking about! Favre was the man in the frozen tundra, the KING.

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That's all I been thinking about! Favre was the man in the frozen tundra, the KING.

I know. :)

OH man epic fail by Stafford. Wow........

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I know. :)

OH man epic fail by Stafford. Wow........

C'mon Stafford..............cmon!

Just wow lol

And I thought the lions could have blown out the packers...

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Looks like Rodgers may not have to lead a comeback after all since Stafford is gonna do it for him.

Oh my God look, Rodgers is on the field. He is playing in this game!

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Detroit has dominated so far, all they have to do is hold on and they'll win. Sad to see the Packers long long long 20 year streak of stomping the Lions in Lambeau could come to an end.

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This one is over!

And luckily for GB they did not get doomed by "Cars".

Another week, another Detroit loss.

Packers at Chicago with how desperate the Bears are now should be interesting.

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This one is over!

And luckily for GB they did not get doomed by "Cars".

Another week, another Detroit loss.

Packers at Chicago with how desperate the Bears are now should be interesting.

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Living just north of detroit by 4 miles I can truthfully tell u that no matter the score nor the time left, all here belive the lions will somehow find a new way to lose whenever the opportunity arises

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