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    Re: Dennis Dixon = Aaron Rodgers

    Quote Originally Posted by NW Steeler
    Sorry, but I think you are talking like a crazy person.
    Agreed while I like Dixon I don't see him ever developing into a franchise QB. He very well could be serviceable...maybe even good. But, I don't see the natural skill set that would allow a frachise to build around him.

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    Re: Dennis Dixon = Aaron Rodgers

    [sarcasm]We should trade Ben for a fullback, a 6th round pick in 2011, and a conditional pick in 2012!!![/sarcasm]

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    Re: Dennis Dixon = Aaron Rodgers

    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn
    Quote Originally Posted by NW Steeler
    Sorry, but I think you are talking like a crazy person.
    Agreed while I like Dixon I don't see him ever developing into a franchise QB. He very well could be serviceable...maybe even good. But, I don't see the natural skill set that would allow a frachise to build around him.
    I have a sneaking suspicion NW's comment was in reference to more than Dixon = Rodgers.

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    Re: Dennis Dixon = Aaron Rodgers

    Actually, it was in response to the whole post. I can't believe that some people are ready to run Ben out of town when he has never even been charged with any crime of any sort. Cutting or trading Ben to "allow" Dixon to become our franchise QB is insane. We are short two Lombardi's without Ben.

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    Re: Dennis Dixon = Aaron Rodgers

    Quote Originally Posted by NW Steeler
    Actually, it was in response to the whole post. I can't believe that some people are ready to run Ben out of town when he has never even been charged with any crime of any sort. Cutting or trading Ben to "allow" Dixon to become our franchise QB is insane. We are short two Lombardi's without Ben.


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    Re: Dennis Dixon = Aaron Rodgers

    Quote Originally Posted by NW Steeler
    Actually, it was in response to the whole post. I can't believe that some people are ready to run Ben out of town when he has never even been charged with any crime of any sort. Cutting or trading Ben to "allow" Dixon to become our franchise QB is insane. We are short two Lombardi's without Ben.
    I knew that.

    [quote=stlrz d]
    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn
    Quote Originally Posted by "NW Steeler":1wfxau5f
    Sorry, but I think you are talking like a crazy person.
    Agreed while I like Dixon I don't see him ever developing into a franchise QB. He very well could be serviceable...maybe even good. But, I don't see the natural skill set that would allow a frachise to build around him.
    I have a sneaking suspicion NW's comment was in reference to more than Dixon = Rodgers. [/quote:1wfxau5f]

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    Re: Dennis Dixon = Aaron Rodgers

    Quote Originally Posted by NW Steeler
    Actually, it was in response to the whole post. I can't believe that some people are ready to run Ben out of town when he has never even been charged with any crime of any sort. Cutting or trading Ben to "allow" Dixon to become our franchise QB is insane. We are short two Lombardi's without Ben.
    Very correct. No doubt Ben makes really stupid decisions but as pointed out he has not been charged or convicted of ANYTHING.

    I have to wonder if the folks willing to run Ben out of town would like there bosses to fire them if they did nothing wrong and were just accused of something? Would you be so willing to see your own lives and careers ruined if you never had anything proven that you did something wrong other than make bad choices?

    I think too many people are more worried abouth the grief they get or read on message boards than letting justice run its course.
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    Re: Dennis Dixon = Aaron Rodgers

    Dennis Dixon = Aaron Rogers?



    Dennis Dixon > Aaron Rogers

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    Re: Dennis Dixon = Aaron Rodgers

    [quote=stlrz d]
    Quote Originally Posted by "NW Steeler":25uyhjll
    Actually, it was in response to the whole post. I can't believe that some people are ready to run Ben out of town when he has never even been charged with any crime of any sort. Cutting or trading Ben to "allow" Dixon to become our franchise QB is insane. We are short two Lombardi's without Ben.
    I knew that.

    [quote=stlrz d]
    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn
    Quote Originally Posted by "NW Steeler":25uyhjll
    Sorry, but I think you are talking like a crazy person.
    Agreed while I like Dixon I don't see him ever developing into a franchise QB. He very well could be serviceable...maybe even good. But, I don't see the natural skill set that would allow a frachise to build around him.
    I have a sneaking suspicion NW's comment was in reference to more than Dixon = Rodgers. [/quote:25uyhjll][/quote:25uyhjll]

    I guess I should learn how to read! I missed one word...

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    Re: Dennis Dixon = Aaron Rodgers

    My God.

    Some people will throw anything up on a message board....

    I award you no points and may God have mercy on your soul...
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