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  1. wile

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    someone with a facebook or cbs login please ask this author why he used the term "deceptive speed" when writing about JN
     
  2. dwid

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    and the word crafty put in there again

    "crafty double moves"
     
  3. Jimmy Chitwood

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    we (rightly) emphasize the performances of our guys on the field, but so many of them are true giants off the field, as well. check out the following story which illustrations the genuine compassion of one of my favorite NFL players, Jordy Nelson:

    you can read the whole story at the original link:
    http://www.miningjournal.net/page/c...-huge-Packers--Jordy-Nelson-fan.html?nav=5006
     
  4. Don Wassall

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    Hamstring pulls can sometimes take a while to heal. Let's hope Jordy's is a mild one. From Weenieworld:

    Jordy Nelson will be held out of practice again on Friday, and won't test his hamstring until Saturday or Sunday. The hamstring pull "sounds a little worse than first thought," says the Green Bay Press-Gazette. If he's not going to test the hamstring before the weekend, Nelson's best-case scenario is a game-time decision. We would have a hard time sitting one of fantasy's hottest receivers if he suits up, but Nelson will be dropped in our Week 8 rankings on Friday. If Nelson does sit out, Randall Cobb and James Jones are borderline WR1 options while Donald Driver and Jarrett Boykin pick up extra snaps.
     
  5. Westside

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    Always wondered about these "ghost injuries" after the game. During the game right up until the end, players were on the field playing hard without any sign of injury.

    Then come Monday or Tuesday all of sudden an injury springs up. Sounds fishy, but we are talking about the country's corrupt secular religion, so nothing surprises me.
     
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    It could be that Jordy has been reading Bigunreal's rants and is playing through his injuries on game-day, but then when the week starts, he needs a bit of treatment. He'll be ok.
     
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    Rolling on the floor laughing! Post of the year!
     
  8. Don Wassall

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    When did Nelson's lingering hamstring injury morph into a knee injury? I hope he's not turning into the next Miles Austin or another of those dainty receivers who are seemingly always hurt. From Weenieworld:

    Jordy Nelson (knee) insisted after Thursday's full practice that there's "no doubt" he will play against the Vikings on Saturday. "I feel good," Nelson added. The cautious Packers want to make sure Nelson's knee doesn't swell up after pushing it in Thursday's practice, but he's on track to play. Green Bay's wide receiver corps is in better shape this week than it has been all season.
     
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    Jordy Nelson underwent knee surgery Monday and will be out 4-6 weeks. Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, doctors somehow still expect Nelson to be back for Week 1. The surgery is an attempt to correct an old nerve issue that's bothered him since college. Nelson did miss four games last year and was limited in a handful of others, but that was due to hamstring and ankle issues. He hasn't had any known knee flare-ups since 2009. Regardless, Nelson now appears highly unlikely to hit the ground running even if he does suit up against the Niners on Sept. 8. Randall Cobb, James Jones and Jermichael Finley all get a boost. Jarrett Boykin is the top candidate to replace Nelson in three-wide formations.
     
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    its probably just a routine scope that should be nothing to worry about. If his knee has been a problem then perhaps that would explain his injury issues. A sore knee would cause him to have an imbalance leaving him more prone to injuries, hopefully this will fix him up.
     
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    amazingly, a fully positive blurb from rotoworld???

    Jordy Nelson caught seven passes for 130 yards with a touchdown in Sunday's Week 1 loss to the 49ers.

    Nelson put on an absolute show. He was incredibly slippery after the catch and also made an absurd toe-dragging sideline catch that led to a fourth-quarter touchdown. Obviously, the knee procedure he underwent in August was a non-factor. Remember that before injuries railroaded Nelson's 2012 campaign, he was on pace for a 91/1216/11 line. Nelson, a wildly underrated natural talent, is going to have a monster year.
     
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    Jordy's on pace for his best yardage season, if he can stay healthy he's a top 10 WR in the league- 1/4 of the way through he's on pace for 92- 1484- 12 TDs.
     
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    I’ve watched very little of the Packers this season. It’s pure joy every time I see a highlight of Jordy Nelson making a catch along the sideline, most of which are of the back shoulder variety.


    WR Nelson perfecting high-wire act for Packers
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    Latest word is that Randall Cobb (knee) will miss at least two games, while James Jones "might" be able to play after sustaining a sprained knee but probably won't. Jordy is going to be Aaron Rodgers' undisputed main target now, as the Packers only other healthy receiver is the awful Jarrett Boykin, along with wildly inconsistent TE Jermichael Finley.
     
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    This blurb from Roto is simply unbelievable:

    Both of Jordy Nelson's Week 8 touchdowns came out of the slot.

    Nelson is typically an outside receiver, but he's getting some slot reps with Randall Cobb and Jermichael Finley sidelined. "We went into the game trying to move Jordy around to get him some more opportunities," OC Tom Clements said. "He's a big target in there. It's beneficial to the offense for us to do that." By lining the truly special and complete Nelson up all over the field, the Packers keep double teams and extra defensive attention off their best receiver. There aren't more than five wideouts we'd rather own right now.
     
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    a rare, quality article written by a Bleacher Report writer: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/...-nelson-quietly-became-top-three-nfl-receiver

    a snippet to tease you:
     
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    I notice in the post that Jordy Nelson is referred to as a "boy."

    The leftists never refer to white men as men, they're always referred to as boys or males. The leftists have made this common in American culture.
     
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    I left a short reply in the comments, fair warning that site uses some crazy script that just drives my computer buggy (more than likely because of my computer incompetence) The article was very fair and none of the back handed anti-white hate you might find from some of the "world healers" at rotoworld, but the comments were that usual bunch of whites pretending as they are wont to do about the NFL being colorblind when it is not sniffing out "racists" and this only means whites.
     
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    With his 10 catch performance yesterday, Jordy went over 300 catches for his career, (302). Hopefully he'll be 1 of several white WR's/TE's to get into the top 250 all-time receivers and beyond in the years to come. Look for Nelson to get there by mid-season next year, needing 366 catches to crack the top 250. Honestly, Nelson should have close to 500 receptions already!

    The WR'/TE's closing in on the top 250.....

    At no 228. Carolina's Greg Olsen (381), cracked the top 250 earlier this and is steadily moving up!

    356, Kevin Walter TN., missed season with an injury, should have went over 400!
    322, Zach Miller, SEA., way under used. Only 33 recs. Wilson should take a page out Cam's playbook with Olsen!
    312, Brent Celek, PHI., may get there next year.
    302, Nelson, GB., should have already been there!
    259, Hartline, MIA., probably take a year and a half.
    250, Amendola, NE. More catches per game than Decker or Nelson!
    226, Gronkowski, NE., needs to stay healthy.
    222, Decker, DEN., should make it in less than 2 years and should benefit from having Manning as his QB. He is just slightly behind Jerry Rices' pace. It would be nice to see Decker be a great one!
     
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    As Don has noted several times, there have been many instances in which NFL Network’s Michael Irvin will heap unbelievable praise (by corperate media standards) upon deserving white athletes. Here, he chooses Nelson for his “He’s a Beast!” segment. Video…

    http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap2000000306544/He-s-a-Beast-Jordy-Nelson

    Be sure to take notice of Deon Sanders’ expression after Irvin concludes his animated dialog for Nelson's great game against the Bears. Sanders looks highly disintereested, almost holdng back laughter as Irvin priases the superstar flanker. His innermost thoughts likely include: “mahn, dis heer nigga iz a Unkle Tomm fuh reel!”

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    CAPTION: Holding Back Laughter?

    During his time on ESPN’s “Sunday NFL Countdown,” I remember Irvin hyping Matt Jones after several big performances. Also, in the beginning of the 2011 season, Wes Welker was on pace to break Jerry Rice’s single season receiving record. Irvin did an interview with Wes and was highly complimentary and respectful.

    How pathetic that a two time (accused) rapist and literal crack addict such as Irvin is becoming the “voice of reason” on NFLN.
     

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    Sanders is a well known racist. He routinely supports all black causes and has even called white reporters "African American Killers". I really can't stand the turd. He tries to make it if not for his football career he'd still be a successful business man or something but deep down inside he knows he'd be a janitor or just another welfare recipient. I'd like to think Irvin is a bit different. He's said some incredibly stupid things in the past but I haven't seen a racist side out of him like from Warren Sapp, Deion Sanders, Steven A Smiff, and Caste football favorite Stuart "Blind Retard" Scott.
     
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    Apparently, Nelson was afflicted by some sort of stomach ailment before, during, and after the Chicago game. From ESPN…

    Despite the absence of Rodgers for almost half the season, Nelson still had the highest reception (85) and yardage (1,314) totals of his career. Let’s hope the best WR on any team that qualified for the playoffs continues his great play with Rodgers’ return...

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