Donald Driver’s Greatest Hits [Video]

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Driver chucks Corey Webster and goes 90 yards for a score in the 2007 NFC Championship game against the New York Giants. Brett Favre would, unfortunately, waste that effort.

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Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

5 Comments on "Donald Driver’s Greatest Hits [Video]"

  1. nurseratchett

    Thanks for that, Monty, especially those one-handed circus catches & toughly gained yards after the catch–watching #80 break tackles or just take guys with him never gets old! Glad he’s getting out of the game without too much permanent damage to his body–I think we haven’t seen the last of Double D!

    Seriously: Asking a favor, here…can any of you Sconnies score me 2 tix to the Feb 6th thing at the atrium? The are free, but I can’t get to Wisonsin from southern Illinois by 9 am tomorrow to get in line….

  2. DD

    I retire, and you show highlights showcasing the current homosexual quarterback playing for the team. Remember when that faggot kicked the ball right into that Cardinals player’s hands who ran it in for the gaming winning touchdown? Talk about wasting my effort.

  3. Phatgzus

    No. 4 is one of the greatest catches I’ve ever seen and No. 5 is one of the greatest efforts.

    What an amazing player and human being! We’ll miss you DD! Hope to see you in green and gold someday.

  4. Iltarion

    The play against the 49ers was DD’s “Sweet Talkin Woman.”

    The play in Minnesota (not shown) where he split the safeties and went 80 yards for a TD is his “Livin’ Thing.”

    And the play at Lambeau a couple years ago against Detroit, where he caught like a 78 yard TD up the right sideline is his “Don’t Bring Me Down.”

    Glad we got that straightened out.

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