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I hear you but I just think the Pack does not play well on the road against quality teams. Period.
Not the most profound thought.

Of course the Packers struggles on the road against good teams. Its the competitive NFL. By definition if it is a quality team they are going to be tough to beat, especially at home.
 
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In case you missed it, this thread is in context of this specific game.
It doesn't matter if it's this game or the body of work. "Bum" is an unfounded opinion.

Looking at this game, who missed the block that resulted in the fumble/safety? Bulaga's replacement.
 

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Every QB has a bad game now and then. Rodgers numbers were about on par with Manning's the week before against this same defense. Bringing Favre into it betrays your intent.

Manning was 14-20 for a 70% completion percentage. Rodgers was 17-42 BARELY 40%! Without the drops he was 25-42 which is under 55%. Face it, Rodgers couldn't pass gas yesterday!
 
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Manning was 14-20 for a 70% completion percentage. Rodgers was 17-42 BARELY 40%! Without the drops he was 25-42 which is under 55%. Face it, Rodgers couldn't pass gas yesterday!
Yeah, and if those balls are not dropped Rodgers throws for over 300 yds, with one fewer INT and perhaps a TD. You cherry picked a stat, missing the forest for the trees.
 

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Studs:
1) Defense by and large.
2) Lacy
3) Cobb

Duds:
4) Sam Barrington-Penalty after the pick really killed good field position.
3) Mason Crosby & Special Teams-Need I say more. the protection on ST is pathetic and Crosby is always kicking the ball low whether on a 50+ yard field goal or a PAT
2) Jordy Nelson-The drop.
1) Aaron Rodgers-No awareness, no adjustments. Final play of the game said it all, when he got stripped he had no idea where the ball was.
 
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packers win vs Tampa they get a playoff spot..

Not sure anybody else has already mentioned it in this thread but the Packers, in addition to a win in Tampa, would either need a loss by the Eagles or a win by the Cowboys to clinch a playoff spot on Sunday as well.
 

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Studs:
1) Defense by and large.
2) Lacy
3) Cobb

Duds:
4) Sam Barrington-Penalty after the pick really killed good field position.
3) Mason Crosby & Special Teams-Need I say more. the protection on ST is pathetic and Crosby is always kicking the ball low whether on a 50+ yard field goal or a PAT
2) Jordy Nelson-The drop.
1) Aaron Rodgers-No awareness, no adjustments. Final play of the game said it all, when he got stripped he had no idea where the ball was.

Rodgers called audibles constantly. Can't say he didn't make adjustments.
 

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Rodgers called audibles constantly. Can't say he didn't make adjustments.

Problem was that he appeared to continually audible to passing plays when he had a running back that was averaging over 6 yards per carry (unless MM actually called more than 42 passing plays). Making poor adjustments is pretty much the same as not making them at all. Rodgers was not the only problem against the Bills but he was ONE of the problems.
 
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this loss to buffalo was huge last week. we lose to them and then oakland beats buffalo today. that loss will cost us HFA through the playoffs and seattle looks good tonight in arizona
 

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