Charles Tillman Wants to Play!

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Aaron Rodgers and Charles Tillman

We’re all well aware of how terrible the Green Bay Packers’ cornerbacks are this year. We’re also well aware that those clowns could derail what might otherwise be a nice playoff run. And finally, we’re aware that there’s really nothing that can be done about it at this point.

Unless we start pulling guys off the street…

Rob wondered if Charles Woodson was still in shape earlier. Well, while we all love CWood, he did finish his career as a safety and probably wouldn’t be much help at corner.

Would Charles Tillman?

Unlikely, but he did just volunteer.

Look, we get this isn’t happening and even if Tillman came back and was in shape, he’s 35. Unless your name is Darrell Green, you’re probably not playing shutdown corner at that age.

That said, we LOVE that statement.

Charles Tillman, Chicago Bears legend, wants to come play for the Green Bay Packers. And why does he want to come play for the Green Bay Packers?

Because winning a ring in Chicago was not, is not and will not be a possibility unless you — like so many Bears fans would love to do — get in a goddam time machine and go back to 1985.

I’d say 1986, but, you know — Charles Martin — AMERICAN HERO!

They should put a statue of that man on the border. Inscribe the base with these words: Your Shitdickery Will Not Fly in These Parts, FIB.

About The Author

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

9 Comments on "Charles Tillman Wants to Play!"

    • icebowl

      Lmfao….
      Hell, the friggin Shehawks just signed Devon Hester, who’s really washed up…

      Even an out of shape, 35 year old CB is better than a rook (or nothing)…

  1. MMTTDCSUCK

    TT “The Frugal GM” is incapable of anything out of the box. He is as ultra conservative as they come. Fuck that FUCKING FUCK.

  2. ay hombre

    Anyone ever see the movie Miracle about the 1980 Olympic hockey team? There’s a part where after several months of grueling training coach Herb Brooks brought in a superstar college player to join the team late. It led to several team leaders questioning how Brooks could allow this player into their locker room after all they’d been through together. “This player can help us win. Why shouldn’t I take him with us?”

    “Because we’re a family.”

    If they bring on peanut someone who has worked their ass off all year will get sent down. That shit matters when your locker room is right where you want it.

    • PF4L

      The nice thing about Micah Hyde is, every so often he makes a play. The not so nice thing, is that all other times, he leaves you wondering how he ever got to the NFL.

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