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Week 3 of the 2010-2011 Playoffs. Vick the Dog Killer Edition.

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by Lunchboxer, Jan 8, 2011.

  1. Lunchboxer

    Lunchboxer Guest

    Thats Right the Pack is now playing a Real playoff game but the Pack already won 2 playoff games against the Giants and the Bears.

    The Keys to winning this game are as followed.

    1. Contain Vick from running the ball. If we dont let Vick run the ball we got a pretty good shot at winning. The Eagles WR is nothing too special if we can Cover the WR and Contain Vick CM3 or someone on our D is going to have a field day.

    2. Dont commit dumb penalties. Bulanga had 4 Flags thrown on him last week. All rookie mistakes. The Eagles are already a tough team dont make the game easer for the Eagles.

    3. No Turnovers this game will be a Defensive struggle the team with the least amount of Turnovers/Mistakes will win the Ball Game.

    4. Protect Arron Rodgers. If Arron has time to find a Reciever Open we will light up the Eagles D. Its about Providing good protection to allow Rodgers to Find someone open or throw the ball away or scramble to get that first down. The Playoff game last year the Oline cost us alot.

    5. The D has to step up in front of a Vet QB. Last year in the Playoff game against Kert Warner our D was lit up like a Xmas tree. We cant allow the Eagles to throw/run the ball all over us. This season we are a Bend but dont break D. But we gotta stop Bending and start hardening up. This game will be decided by who ever has the Best D.
  2. JBlood

    JBlood Cheesehead

    Dec 4, 2004
    Geez, little harsh on the title of this thread.

    Agreed on the points you make. The o-line has to play like they did against New England and the Giants. If they play like they did against the Bears we're in trouble.

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