Bill Swerski

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  1. Shut up M Irvin

    It's not about taking sides. It's about productivity. If one of my co-workers was "holding out" for higher pay, I'd have to fend for myself on certain projects at work because I need this person's expertise to get work done. The productivity of my lab sufferes. Similarly, the productivity of Green Bay's offense suffers when Walker is holding out. If Walker isn't there to work WITH Favre, they're going to be less effective running those plays in game situations. You can't blame Favre for wanting their offense to be as effective as possible.
  2. Shut up M Irvin

    Excellent points, Rhino.
  3. Rudi Johnson for the future

    Agreed. They didn't give Rudi a five-year, $26 million deal in the offseason to go RBBC. He's not flashy, but he's a workhorse who produces. Perry's a change-of-pace back and not much more at this point.
  4. Shut up M Irvin

    Yeah, I'll bet the conversation went something like this... Reporter: Brett, what do you think of Javon Walker holding out. Brett: Huh? Reporter: Do you think it's right for him to hold out? Brett: Umm... Reporter: Don't you think that it hurts your playoff-caliber team when your Pro Bowl WR is holding out. Brett: Well... Reporter: Don't you think he's a selfish jerk for doing this to your offense? Brett: Well, I suppose that I don't think he's handling this the right way... HEADLINE: FAVRE RIPS JAVON WALKER!
  5. Shut up M Irvin

    Yep, just like you, momotard. You have chosen to ignore FightingEvil. View this post ยท Squeeze me a little harder FightingEvil
  6. Shut up M Irvin

    I do not own a rifle or a mobile home. And being a postdoctoral-level scientist, I find your IQ remark humorous. Nice try, though. I'd love to chat more, but I have some molecular dynamics calculations to attend to. Ciao...
  7. Shut up M Irvin

    Funny, I don't know how many GMs that work on timing routes with the QBs and WRs during camp. And I don't know of many QBs who have success throwing TDs to WRs they never practice with. Wrong again, Commie Clubhead.
  8. Shut up M Irvin

    What about Javon's role as a leader? If he wants big bucks in his next contract, he needs to show some leadership skills himself. He can't be much of a leader if he holds out.
  9. Shut up M Irvin

    And it's not Favre's job to give a crap about Javon Walker's contract status. But it IS his job to make sure that he and his WRs are in camp and on the same page. Siding with Michael Irvin makes you almost inherently wrong.
  10. Shut up M Irvin

    Wow, calling others ractists really makes a strong case for your argument. Good job. Here's an idea: You and Michael Irvin can go work with Jesse Jackson on those slave reparation lawsuits.
  11. Shut up M Irvin

    Favre doesn't need super-talented WRs to make him look good. In fact, the opposite is true. Bill Schroeder and Antonio Freeman are good examples. I can see your point, but saying that Favre "underminded" Walker's ability to secure a new deal isn't really true. Favre's job is to win games. That's not going to happen if his best WR is holding out for a new contract while everyone else's QBs and WRs are practicing together at training camp. He doesn't give a crap about Walker's contract, nor should he be expected to. Manning has called out Edge several times in the press for not working out with the rest of the Colts offense. It's more correct to place to blame on either Rosenhaus for not getting a new deal done or Walker himself for not being able to stay healthy.
  12. Shut up M Irvin

    Yeah, nice complement. Here's one from me: You're slightly more intelligent than the average newbie idiot.
  13. Shut up M Irvin

    So, it's not selfish for Walker to hold out and hold his team's passing game hostage, but it is for Favre to tell him to get into camp and honor his contract? Talk about a double standard... You're a moron.
  14. Shut up M Irvin

    No, the problem is that you liberals don't know much about "logic, reasoning, or economics." Javon Walker's life will not be in ruins if he doesn't get a Pro Bowl-caliber contract because of this knee injujry. Placing blame where it's due, Javon's knees are at fault for being too weak. Are we all happy now?
  15. Shut up M Irvin

    Why should Favre call out the Packers front office? They're holding up their end of the bargain. They gave Javon a contract four years ago that says the Green Bay Packers are paying him X amount of money to play for them in 2005. Walker would be in violation of the agreement if he had held out, not the Packers. Therefore, option (3) wouldn't have been the correct one. Option (1) may have, but it's not getting Walker into camp to honor his contract and help the team win. And, again, Brett didn't FORCE Walker to do anything. His rhetoric was very benign. And what Brett says is irrelevant anyway. Javon's a grown man, he's proven himself on the field, and went to a Pro Bowl. And given that he just fired Rosenhaus, it sounds like Javon knows EXACTLY whose fault it is that he didn't get a new deal worked out this summer. I find it laughable that Walker suffers a freak knee injury while being tackled and it's all Favre's fault. Nobody's blaming the guy who tackled Walker. Why not? Was he not rich or white enough? Not that it would be justified anyway, because it was a freak accident. I'm surprised that nobody has blamed Favre for Hurricane Katrina. Oh, my mistake, that was BUSH'S fault!