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For the bye week, with no football to watch, Dale, Michael and Tom E Curran break down four tv shows that are up against NFL football, one of which is actually beating them.
their mid-20s. While some went on to bigger and better things over the course of their careers (like Joe Horn and Donald Driver , who clicked in their mid-20s after a few years in the league and went on to successful careers), there have been
finding their footing between the ages of 25 and 27 and going on to long and successful careers in the league. Donald Driver : After 37 catches in his first three seasons in Green Bay, the seventh-round pick out of Alcorn State
from the previous season and ended 2004 with 89 catches, 1,382 yards and 12 touchdowns (all career highs), while Donald Driver made the leap to elite status, posting the first of six consecutive 1,000-yard seasons (that year, he had 1
30-year-old Favre), running back Ahman Green (73 catches in 2000 and a team-leading 62 in 2001) and wide receiver Donald Driver (70 in 2002). Favre never won another title, and while you can argue with his decision making from time to
s contemporaries who can say they have completed at least 250 passes to two receivers, including Brett Favre ( Donald Driver , Ahman Green ); Matt Hasselbeck (Bobby Engram, Darrell Jackson); Carson Palmer ( Chad Johnson , T.J. Houshmandzadeh
quarterback Aaron Rodgers (who started 15 games), wide receivers Greg Jennings , Jordy Nelson, James Jones and Donald Driver (all of whom appeared in at least 15 games), as well as linebackers A.J. Hawk and Clay Matthews ; nose tackle B
seasons, Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers has Greg Jennings (324) and Jordy Nelson (252), but just missed out when Donald Driver (241) called it a career. However, his two wild cards are free agents James Jones (216) and Jermichael Finley
Packers four-time Pro Bowler Donald Driver has announced that he is retiring . The 14-year wide receiver revealed his decision on ESPN radio’s “Mike and Mike in the Morning
to practice. • Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings suffered a knee bruise against the Bucs on Sunday, but teammate Donald Driver said that he thinks Jennings will play on Thursday against the Lions. • Bills running back Fred Jackson bruised his calf
points six times and 40 or more points four times. Whether its Greg Jennings, Jordy Nelson, Jermichael Finley, Donald Driver , James Starks or another one of the many weapons in Rodgers arsenal, it seems like every offensive player contributes. 2
FOXBORO-- Following his team's 31-27 loss to the Patriots, a frustrated Donald Driver told reporters that the Patriots are certainly "beatable." "Yes, they are beatable. That was a proven fact tonight," said