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December

Cory’s Corner: Packers’ 12 Days of Christmas

Aaron Rodgers hasn't played since Nov. 4.

Aaron Rodgers hasn’t played since Nov. 4.

On the first day of Christmas, the Packers gave to me Aaron Rodgers on the field to see.

On the second day of Christmas, the Packers gave to me two offensive linemen and Aaron Rodgers on the field to see.

On the third day of Christmas, the Packers gave to me three Festy Burgers, two offensive linemen and Aaron Rodgers on the field to see.

On the fourth day of Christmas, the Packers gave to me four healthy hamstrings and Aaron Rodgers on the field to see.

On the fifth day of Christmas, the Packers gave to me five straight playoff appearances! Four healthy hamstrings, three Festy Burgers, two offensive linemen and Aaron Rodgers on the field to see.

On the sixth day of Christmas, the Packers gave to me six retired numbers and Aaron Rodgers on the field to see.

On the seventh day of Christmas, the Packers gave to me seven sideline snags by Jordy Nelson and Aaron Rodgers on the field to see.

On the eighth day of Christmas, the Packers gave to me eight fumble recoveries and Aaron Rodgers on the field to see.

On the ninth day of Christmas, the Packers gave to me nine tackles for a loss by A.J. Hawk and Aaron Rodgers on the field to see.

On the 10th day of Christmas, the Packers gave to me 10 rushing touchdowns by Eddie Lacy and Aaron Rodgers on the field to see.

On the 11th day of Christmas, the Packers gave to me 11 new defenders from the 26th ranked defense and Aaron Rodgers on the field to see.

On the 12th day of Christmas, the Packers gave to me 12 beer brats sizzling on the grill and Aaron Rodgers on the field to see.

 

 

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Cory Jennerjohn is from Wisconsin and has been in sports media for over 10 years. To contact Cory e-mail him at jeobs -at- yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter: Cory Jennerjohn

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16 Responses to “Cory’s Corner: Packers’ 12 Days of Christmas”

  1. Gamer says:

    Huh? Desperate times = desperate measures? As a followup, how about “All I want for christmas is Aaron Rodgers front & under center” or possibly, “God (Dr. Pat McKenzie)rest ye merry, gentlemen.” Endless possibilities here.

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  2. JimR_in_DC says:

    I hope Lambeau Field is the Packers’ “Winter Wonderland” on Sunday.

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  3. Alex Parkhurst says:

    Rodgers out but…

    These are the QB’s with a lower passing rating this season than Matt Flynn’s 91.1

    Carson Palmer
    RG III
    Andrew Luck
    Matt Stafford
    Michael Vick
    Carson Palmer
    Ryan Tannehill
    Andy Dalton
    Tom Brady
    Colin K
    Matt Ryan
    Cam Newton
    Jay Cutler
    Matt Cassel
    Sam Bradford
    Alex Smith

    That is pretty good group of QB’s. We are fortunate to have a backup like Flynn.

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    • A_Lerxst_in_Packerland says:

      Is Carson Palmer on the list twice intentionally? Made me laugh either way!

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  4. John says:

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    • Stroh says:

      All I want for Christmas is fans who understand how good Thompson and McCarthy are for the Packers!

      That would be among the Top 5 GM/HC combos in the NFL!!!! Please God grant me that and ONLY that for Christmas!!!

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  5. Dobber says:

    Jolly and Bostick added to IR today. What is that, 15 players now?

    Makes room for Randall Cobb to potentially be activated for tomorrow’s game.

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  6. GBPDAN says:

    Yes, i believe it was also 15 IR players in 2010. Also, i have to agree with Stroh on at least MM. I was cutting him down some this season, but, it was mostly due to frustration. But after watching that 2nd half against Dallas, it was very obvious that MM has not lost his team, they have not lost confidence in their coach. MM still has his team motivated and fighting. We can say what we want about MM as a game planner and play caller, but he seems to have his team behind him. MM is coaching a team that has a lot of injuries and is void of talent at certain positions. He’s doing the best he can.

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    • Dobber says:

      I hope we’re still saying these kinds of things come 6:30 tomorrow evening!

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    • Nick Perry says:

      I don’t think people were saying MM lost the team as much as his play calling at times. Same can be said about TT. People like myself have pointed to specific years, like the drafts from 2010 through 2012. Given the results of those specific years it’s easy to be critical. Since 11 of the 18 picks from 2011 and 2012 drafts aren’t even on the roster any more, it doesn’t leave much to develop does it? Even the most die hard TT supporters have to scratch their heads at those results. Throw in the 2010 draft with players like Neal, Newhouse, and even Burnett who’s been plain awful, you can’t really blame fans for being frustrated given FA isn’t a option.

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