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 With Battered Packers, this week is a Must Win. 
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Post With Battered Packers, this week is a Must Win.
Ok we have lost two games in a row, fair. But we all know we played badly in both. We did not look like the team that started 2-0. The Packers will be missing a ton of players with their newest injuries to Clay Matthews, Finely, Lee, and Rodgers. Some might play this week (def not finely) and some we are not sure about (most importantly Rodgers). If Rodgers doesn't play, then we should beat this team hands down. They have no running game to speak of and if Rodgers doesn't play then we should blitz the crap out of Flynn. And if Rodgers does play, I see no reason we can't win this game. We are physical and we need to act like it by running it down their throats. I am a huge fan of the passing game, but at this point we are not that team. We are run it till they stop us team. So lets get it done.

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Post Re: With Battered Packers, this week is a Must Win.
Iceberg85 wrote:
We did not look like the team that started 2-0.


Actually, they did. The difference was the Jets and Patriots didn't beat themselves the way the Vikings and Bills did.

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Post Re: With Battered Packers, this week is a Must Win.
Iowafin wrote:
Iceberg85 wrote:
We did not look like the team that started 2-0.


Actually, they did. The difference was the Jets and Patriots didn't beat themselves the way the Vikings and Bills did.


You're wrong...again. The difference in the last two games was simply horrible play from the ST's. It won't matter if this team is playing Green Bay or the Pop Warner Fudge Packers, if the ST's are not fixed they'll lose again.


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Post Re: With Battered Packers, this week is a Must Win.
NFLJunkie wrote:
the Pop Warner Fudge Packers



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Post Re: With Battered Packers, this week is a Must Win.
Iowafin wrote:
Iceberg85 wrote:
We did not look like the team that started 2-0.


Actually, they did. The difference was the Jets and Patriots didn't beat themselves the way the Vikings and Bills did.



Both games we got a punt blocked, in the Jets game, that was the difference in the game, and in the pats game we were winning till our utter collapse and had to throw the ball more than we wanted to. So no we did not look like the team that started 2-0.

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Post Re: With Battered Packers, this week is a Must Win.
just heard on espn from adam schefter that rodgers is likely to play...guess we shall see


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Post Re: With Battered Packers, this week is a Must Win.
I'd expect him to play... Which means 1 thing on defense. We must get pressure.

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Post Re: With Battered Packers, this week is a Must Win.
Green Bay - Here we go with the lengthy report:

•QB Aaron Rodgers (concussion) and TE Donald Lee (shoulder) watched jog-throughs and then exited.
•LB Clay Matthews (hamstring) watched the entire practice. He actually moved around a little bit.
•LT Chad Clifton took part in jogthroughs and then exited. Replaced by T.J. Lang. DE Cullen Jenkins (hand) also took part in jogthroughs.
•Not at practice: TE Jermichael Finley (knee), LB Nick Barnett (wrist), DE Ryan Pickett (ankle), RT Mark Tauscher (shoulder).
•Returned to practice: CB Sam Shields (calf), FB Quinn Johnson (glute) and LB Brandon Chillar (shoulder-trial, didn't do much).
•Practiced: CB Charles Woodson, S Nick Collins

http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/sports/104878374.html

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