All I can say is Ha and ha. Sure, they beat the McNabbless Eagles today by 7 points. Sure the Packers are 1-0 and the Vikings are 0-1. I don't want to hear any more about Aaron Rodgers being an elite Quarterback in the NFL, until their mediocre Offensive line can keep him standing up. I think he's made quite an acquaintance with the turf, and if their offensive line woes continue, don't expect anything different. So the Vikings lost to the Saints 9-14. If the Green Bay Packers played the way they did against the Eagles, you're looking more like a 38-14 loss with the Packers starting 0-1. Don't want to hear anymore bullcrap about teams getting a blueprint on how to beat the Vikings. "Favre makes mistakes under pressure, blah blah." Newsflash you blind son bitch, put enough pressure on any quarterback after awhile and he's bound to make mistakes. Maybe you can attribute that to your NFL 2010 Choice for MVP throwing two interceptions. Favre is Favre, we all know that. If you're gonna try to crown them NFC North Champions, NFC Champions, and overall Super Bowl XLV, gonna need a lot better than that. Sure in the end all that matters is the record. 0-1. So go ahead offensive line, keep protecting Rodgers like you were doing today and you'll be gladly handing over those 2 wins to the Vikings later on this year. Jared Allen can smell Rodgers' fear from a mile away, and Ray Edwards will make him flop like a chicken. Put Rodgers under pressure, he folds like the unproved Quarterback he is. A Wild Card loss doesn't prove anything. Sure as hell a jump from that loss, to a Superbowl win? A game where you almost let a team come back from 17 and beat you, while the experts are still trying to defend Rodgers as he throws two lovely interceptions. He only had 7 last year. But he'll have a lot more if he's under pressure like that, and makes those throws. Am I pissed off? A little bit. Are my points bland and invalid? Probably. But the point is. NFL Experts? Shut your damn pie holes, and have evidence to back up your garbage claims of crowning the Packers World Champions, until we see something that can prove that. Like um I don't know, getting past the Vikings first.