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McCarthy said Monday that outside linebacker Clay Matthews, the team&rsquo;s leader in sacks with nine, could miss a &ldquo;couple of weeks&rdquo; with a hamstring injury, and first-round pick Nick Perry was placed on season-ending injured reserve after undergoing surgery on his wrist Tuesday. The possibility exists that Capers could face the Detroit Lions on Nov. 18 without two of his most important pass rushers. Through nine weeks, the Lions are the No. 1 passing offense in the NFL at 307.3 yards a game. After Detroit, a trip to New York to take on the Giants and their No. 9 passing offense looms large. If Matthews doesn&rsquo;t play in Week 11 or 12, Capers will have to lean on starter Erik Walden, undrafted rookie Dezman Moses and recently activated Frank Zombo at outside linebacker to generate most of his pressure. There is depth, but the drop off is significant. &ldquo;Let&rsquo;s just hope he heals quick,&rdquo; Capers said Monday. &quot;Obviously, you'd like to have Clay out there whenever you can have him out there.&rdquo; Excuse the hyperbole, but not having Matthews available is the defensive equivalent of McCarthy&rsquo;s offense losing Aaron Rodgers. His production, especially in the pass rush, is invaluable to Capers&rsquo; unit. According to Pro Football Focus, Matthews has provided 42 of the Packers&rsquo; 131 total quarterback disruptions (sacks, hits, hurries) this season, or nearly a third of the defense&rsquo;s pressure. Walden is second on the team with 16, and no other player has more than 10. The next highest sack total comes from defensive end C.J. Wilson, who has 2.5. Without his top pass rusher, Capers&rsquo; play calling would have to get much more creative and unpredictable to compensate. His blitzing efforts have come up woefully short recently. According to PFF&rsquo;s numbers, the Packers defense has been beaten through the air repeatedly over the last two weeks in part because pressure has rarely accompanied Capers&rsquo; blitz calls. The numbers tell the story. Capers blitzed 12 times Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals: Seven times with Brad Jones, four with A.J. Hawk and once with rookie Jerron McMillian. Those calls resulted in zero pressures, as Cardinals quarterback John Skelton completed eight of 12 passes for 130 yards and a touchdown (130.6 passer rating) against the blitz. The Packers actually put pressure on Skelton 13 of the 36 times when Capers didn&rsquo;t bring an extra man. His passer rating when not blitzed plummeted to 48.2. A week earlier, Capers blitzed Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert 21 times. Three pressures came from the calls, including a sack each from Jones and Morgan Burnett. But much like Skelton, Gabbert completed 14 of 19 passes for 143 yards and a touchdown against the blitz for a passer rating of 112.4. Again, when Capers didn&rsquo;t blitz, Gabbert had a passer rating of just 60.4. In all, Capers has brought more than four defenders on 33 drop backs the past two weeks, but just three pressures, 273 passing yards and two touchdowns have come from the effort. A lack of creativity, not volume, is the root of the problem. The last two weeks, Capers has possibly been too predictable. The vast majority of his pressure calls have either been cross or delayed blitzes inside&mdash;staples of Capers&rsquo; blitz package&mdash;with Hawk and Jones. Each time it was called Sunday, however, the cross blitz was stonewalled by the interior of the Cardinals much-maligned offensive line without much effort. Very few rushes have come from the secondary or featured overloads off the edges. A young secondary missing Charles Woodson&mdash;the team&rsquo;s best blitzer among the defensive backs&mdash;is likely one reason why Capers has been reluctant to bring pressure from the edges with his still-green defensive backfield. Cornerback Casey Hayward is inexperienced coming from Woodson&rsquo;s old slot position, and blitzes from Hayward (16 pass rushes in 2012) McMillian (14), Sam Shields (seven), M.D. Jennings (nine) and Jarrett Bush (seven)&mdash;53 in all&mdash;have produced just three total pressures this season. In one instance where Capers did bring an overload blitz, however, Burnett went untouched off the right side of the Jaguars&rsquo; offensive line for an easy sack and strip of Gabbert. But that kind of blitz and result has been rare for Capers recently. Considering his trump card may be lacking from the deck in the coming weeks, Capers will certainly need to get more creative to generate pressure. 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