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    The Green Bay Packers, lead by Aaron Rodgers, lose at home against the Atlanta Falcons 27-24. The Packers after starting 2-0 have lost their last 3 games (Dallas, Tampa Bay, Atlanta). Can you say Brett Farve!
    The Atlanta Falcons are now 3-2 for the season.
    Last edited by dgr828; -10-05-2008, 07:58 PM.
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    Re: Farveless Packers lose 3rd in a row

    Not sure you can blame it on Rodgers. He did throw 3 tds.
    "I've been saving the Universe for over a thousand years. I figure it owes me just this once."

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