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Scott M

Green Bay fans show love in the Lambeau Leap

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Sorry Packers Fans. I just had to chuckle at this photo. I'm not even going to say anything.

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LOL. I saw that during the game too and laughed.

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Scott, Scott, Scott..............I may just have to email a moderator on that one! grin.gif COngrats by the way!

GO PACK GO!!!!!!!!

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Imagine what they would of done to a Viking? blush.gif

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Imagine what they would of done to a Viking?
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First the Vikes need to score. confused.gifgrin.gif

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Imagine what they would have done to a Viking...On a Boat!

Windy

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I had to go back and look again, no I'm not one of those. The first thing I saw was the happy Twins fan at 10 o'clock.

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I guess you can say that fan has a "handle on the team". I hope he bought him dinner first.

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He has a firm grip on reality. At least he had the decency to give him a "reach around"....or "reach across". LOL

Windy

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Just showin a little love.......... I guess....... confused.gif GO PACK GO!!!!!! I can honestly say it doesnt look as offending in green and gold as it might say if.........maybe they were wearing purple??????? tongue.gif

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That would be considered "HOLDING"in any penalty book.

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Dinger,

It could also be "illegal use of the hands" and only the reciever knows for sure if it was "unnecessary roughness". It might also be considered "offensive spearing". LOL

Windy

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How about grasping the "helmet"? blush.gif

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I likes it! Anybody else?

Windy

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I LOVE IT!!!

Green is the new purple in our house! Went to Lambeau on 10/13 this year. It was awesome and the Pack won! Wish we would have had "leap area" tix but it was a treat just to be there! GB fans, the field and the team were great!

LIS

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I likes it! Anybody else?

Windy


Since there is two guys involved there is a definite "neutral zone infraction".

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Does he get a game ball for that performance?

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"illegal contact"

"illegal touching" (of a forward pass)

definately contact after the fair catch

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I wonder if he owns a bar in Brooklyn Park?

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This is clearly an "illegal blow to the head".

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Now that there is funny, I don't care who you are! Lord forgive me.

Git-R-Done

Windy

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