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Did the fans learn their lesson?

Pro Bowl should be for fun, not judging players for Hall of Fame


Marcus from Healdton, OK

Who has been your favorite Buffalo Bill of all time to interview?

Jim Kelly. He was a great player and he's a great guy. He answered every question without flinching, and he always tried to give a respectful answer. In my mind, Kelly is the all-time face of that franchise.

Mary from Orange, CT

Again, it was difficult to see any adjustments to Julio Jones on Monday night. If there were 10 more minutes to the game we would have lost. Were they just tired or did Dom Capers not make necessary changes?

Mary, Coach McCarthy said Coach Capers made all of the necessary adjustments, which would tend to indicate the adjustments were not executed properly. Coach McCarthy also said he won't apologize for winning a game in December, and all indications are the team has moved on to preparing for the next game. I have no doubt that should the Packers win that game and the defense plays well, this week's woes will be forgotten, but I'm sure we'll always find new woe.

Alex from Occoquan, VA

Vic, in the "Final Thoughts" intro, what books are you and Mike holding?

Mike's holding a Packers media guide and I'm holding a Steelers media guide because I love the Steelers. Here we go, Steelers, here we go.

Kris from Petawawa, Ontario

Vic, what do you think of fans voting for the Pro Bowl?

If everybody agrees the Pro Bowl is just for fun and shouldn't be used to judge players for the Hall of Fame, I'm fine with it. If we're going to use the Pro Bowl to judge players for the Hall of Fame, then I'm against it.

Brad from Westfield, WI

Vic, it's my birthday today! How about you grant my wish and let me know when is the best time to ask you a question where you'll see it and have a better chance of answering it?

This is a good time.

Lee from Bismarck, ND

Rodgers is playing fast. His release is instantaneous, he outruns linebackers, his decision making is swift and defenders speed through the middle of the offensive line but completely whiff when they get near Rodgers. The game must feel like slow motion for him.

What it all means is that he's completely focused on what he's doing, and that's why I say first and foremost quarterbacks must be fearless, because you can't do what Aaron Rodgers does and be distracted by what's going on around you.

Raff from Wallingford, CT

Vic, do you feel the Packers learned a lesson from the Falcons?

As they saw themselves on tape from the second half of that game and got their grades, I'm sure they learned a lesson. I wonder if the fans have learned a lesson from that game.

Dave from Groton, VT

There was an article in the New York Times today about the Buffalo Bills cheerleaders suing their team for lack of any pay. Are you aware if this is the case with the Packers cheerleaders?

I get paid.

Dave from King Ferry, NY

Vic, I am going to the Packers game in Buffalo. What should I look for in the way of matchups? What do the Packers need to do to win?

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