Well, my contract will be up after the '09 season and I will take time and evaluate everything after that.
Thanks for the question. I think we're always shooting for the post-season. However, we're always taking them one game at a time.
That's a good question, basically you have to be aware of the offensive line who move more latterally rather than straight at you. So sometimes it's better to back off the ball a little bit and react.
I remember those days with no school. They were a lot of fun.
It has to be Reggie.
I think all of our coaches do a really good job of preparing us for what we're going to see in the game. So yes, the coaches are doing a great job.
It's been a good week of practice. Every game is a MUST win. However, when we play the Vikings there always seems to be an added incentive.
I think that the more we play together and get comfortable with our scheme and communication, the sky is the limit.
Bobby, one piece of advice that I would give you is don't worry about stats. But instead, have a lot of fun, try to help your team win and the rest will take care of itself.
It's a tough call being a newer Wisconsinite, however, I have to stay true to my roots. I think the Hawks will win.
Ron, how are you and your family doing? I hope Cooper is doing well. We'll try to keep getting some wins. As far as the go-karts go, I was definitely at the top.
I'm glad to hear that you are doing better. And it's also cool that you are working with the Respite service.
My dad was always my mentor because he taught me lessons that applied to life, not just football.
Hey Lisa! If you can get your dad and mom to drive you up you can come watch the boys anytime. I hope you enjoy the snow day. I'll see you next time we're back in Iowa.
I'm really enjoying the classes that I'm taking right now. It has deepened my understanding in my relationship with Christ. I'm not sure what the future holds, but I'm excited about all the possibilities.
It's cool to have Packers fans around the world. I'm actually answering this question because there have been a number of similar questions cocerning why I've improved this season so far. I think it's a number of reasons. Experience, offseason training, great coaching, great teammates, understanding angles of rushing the quarterback better, more recognition of how offenses try to attack, and I could go on. But those are just a few of the things that I think have helped.
Coming from the Midwest and coming from a small town, it seemed like everyone kind of had a similar work ethic. I've always just believed in giving 100 percent because that's what my dad has done and that's what his dad did and so on.
Wouldn't you like to know?? Hey, thanks everyone for all the great questions. Sorry I don't have more time. I'll talk to you all later. Go Pack Go!