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The Packers weren’t happy about the outcome of last night’s game against the Seahawks. How happy weren’t they?

Offensive lineman T.J. Lang told 97.1 The Ticket in Detroit on Tuesday that, during the flight home from Seattle, the players discussed the possibility of going on strike — or simply taking a knee on every offensive snap — until the lockout of the officials ends.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/09/25/lang-says-packers-discussed-extreme-measures-on-flight-home/

Its one thing to be pissed off. But going on strike or throwing games? Thats pathetic to even consider it.

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I totally get what he's saying.

Green Bay was completely hosed last night. They lost because of the replacement refs blowing 2 major calls on the Seahawk's last drive. And if any of you were Packer fans, you'd be 100% onboard with what Lang is suggesting.

People, no matter who you pull for, need to come to grips with what Hiz Honor is doing to the NFL. Problems are everywhere between the League Office and Players Association. Hiz Honor has too much power and he's flexing his muscle in ways never seen before.

Just wait until this hits your team.....its coming. And if you are a Falcon fan, don't let your fast start skew what is really happening right now across the league.It's getting nasty and it's going to get worse in the weeks ahead.

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But Rev, don't you agree it's getting really bitter between the players and the league office? The players are going to strike back at some point.

You've got:

3,000 ex players suing the league

BountyGate turmoil with questionable suspensions being overturned

Players bitter over the player lockout last year

Refs bitter over being locked out this year

Weekly fines are getting bigger and more frequent

Players questions Hiz Honor's honesty

Put it all together and its a ticking timebomb.

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THE PACKERS HAVE ONLY THEMSELVES TO BLAME. PUT A

TEAM AWAY, AND THERE'LL BE NO TROUBLE AT THE END.

BUT THEY COULDN'T PUT SEATTLE AWAY. SEATTLE REFUSED

TO GO AWAY. AND WE KNOW THE REST OF THE STORY.

Rev, it is asking a lot for a team to beat their opponent and the refs as well.

people are underestimating Vegas in all this...Herr Goodell better start watching his back because the gambling industry isn't run by nice people and they don't appreciate being ****** over

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But Rev, don't you agree it's getting really bitter between the players and the league office? The players are going to strike back at some point.

You've got:

3,000 ex players suing the league

BountyGate turmoil with questionable suspensions being overturned

Players bitter over the player lockout last year

Refs bitter over being locked out this year

Weekly fines are getting bigger and no frequent

Put it all together and its a ticking timebomb.

OH YES! I'M WITH THE PLAYERS 100%, THIS REF THING HAS GOTTEN

OUT OF HAND. IT'S GONE TOO FAR. IT'S TIME TO PUT AN END TO IT.

IF THEY DON'T .... THIS SEASON WON'T GO MUCH LONGER. AND IT IS

"A TICKING TIME BOMB."

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Rev, it is asking a lot for a team to beat their opponent and the refs as well.

people are underestimating Vegas in all this...Herr Goodell better start watching his back because the gambling industry isn't run by nice people and they don't appreciate being ****** over

I WAS ONLY SAYING, IF YOU WANT TO SECURE A WIN ......

PUT IT OUT OF REACH. OUT OF REACH FROM THE

OTHER TEAM .... AND OUT OF REACH OF THESE REF's.

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THE PACKERS HAVE ONLY THEMSELVES TO BLAME. PUT A

TEAM AWAY, AND THERE'LL BE NO TROUBLE AT THE END.

BUT THEY COULDN'T PUT SEATTLE AWAY. SEATTLE REFUSED

TO GO AWAY. AND WE KNOW THE REST OF THE STORY.

That's what I would normally say...and it's the truth. BUT, this was such a blatent miss call by referees that shouldn't even be on the field. It's almost as if the NFL got a bunch of us from RC, gave us an intensive training course over a matter of 2 weeks and paid us to call NFL games. This is how bad this has become!

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I've heard writers suggesting it for weeks now. It's as much of a player safety issue as it is a competitive one--recall the cheap, head-to-head shot on Greg Jennings the other night? You think that happens with the real refs around? Players know they can get away with stuff without having to worry about flags. The players don't owe it to anyone to play a game that isn't working to keep them safe at all.

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But Rev, don't you agree it's getting really bitter between the players and the league office? The players are going to strike back at some point.

You've got:

3,000 ex players suing the league

BountyGate turmoil with questionable suspensions being overturned

Players bitter over the player lockout last year

Refs bitter over being locked out this year

Weekly fines are getting bigger and more frequent

Players questions Hiz Honor's honesty

Put it all together and its a ticking timebomb.

Dont forget the penalties to the Redskins and Cowboys for going over a phantom cap in an uncapped year. dry.png

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