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Offline nerdmann  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, January 2, 2013 1:33:53 PM(UTC)
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Finley is listed as having a quad injury, although he also has been dealing with a swollen eye after getting poked in it during the Week 17 loss to the same Vikings team they’ll be hosting this weekend.

Nelson’s return to practice is a good sign for the Packers, although it doesn’t mean he’s definitely going to play. Coach Mike McCarthy said that Nelson looked good running, but that the team doctor “has some concerns” about his knee, according to Jason Wilde of ESPN Milwaukee.


Finley should be ok.

Woody's back too. So Jordy's a maybe and Worthy is out.
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, January 2, 2013 1:38:04 PM(UTC)
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Great.. more opportunities for Mike McCarthy to instruct Rodgers to attempt to slaughter trivial team records in place of trying to win. [grin1]

Seriously though... a full compliment of receivers would be a welcomed sight for the Packers this season.. coupled with a improving running game in terms of effectiveness.. should really start to put pressure on defenses.

I just hope the team learns to effectively tackle AP this weekend.. then advance to a rematch with the Niners.
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Great.. more opportunities for Mike McCarthy to instruct Rodgers to attempt to slaughter trivial team records in place of trying to win. [grin1]

Seriously though... a full compliment of receivers would be a welcomed sight for the Packers this season.. coupled with a improving running game in terms of effectiveness.. should really start to put pressure on defenses.

I just hope the team learns to effectively tackle AP this weekend.. then advance to a rematch with the Niners.


At least we know Woodson will put his face in there. Hopefully him making a play will spark the whole team. That's what we missed about him.
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At least we know Woodson will put his face in there. Hopefully him making a play will spark the whole team. That's what we missed about him.


There's one guy who will not shy away from contact, his coverage skills may not be as good as some but his tackling is better than most of The Packers db's.

Of course I'm talking about the "most hated Packer" Jarret Bush!!!

Watch and see if Bush doesn't spell Woody at times and plays that 8th man in the box position.

Tramon, Sam and the rest of the boys can stay back in coverage, let Woody and Bush be the db Hammers!!!
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There's one guy who will not shy away from contact, his coverage skills may not be as good as some but his tackling is better than most of The Packers db's.

Of course I'm talking about the "most hated Packer" Jarret Bush!!!

Watch and see if Bush doesn't spell Woody at times and plays that 8th man in the box position.

Tramon, Sam and the rest of the boys can stay back in coverage, let Woody and Bush be the db Hammers!!!


Sam actually put his grill on Apete a few times.
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Well now that the AP breaking the record thing is over, maybe we can actually get a few obvious holding calls draw flags on runs that are broken to the outside.

Woodson will help tremendously in run support.
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Finley should be ok.

Woody's back too. So Jordy's a maybe and Worthy is out.


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There's one guy who will not shy away from contact, his coverage skills may not be as good as some but his tackling is better than most of The Packers db's.

Of course I'm talking about the "most hated Packer" Jarret Bush!!!

Watch and see if Bush doesn't spell Woody at times and plays that 8th man in the box position.

Tramon, Sam and the rest of the boys can stay back in coverage, let Woody and Bush be the db Hammers!!!


I do see Bush out there on the goaline packages. Maybe he's playing Woodsons role there too. I just can't wait to have Woody covering TE's again. Because frankly McMillian is fucking out matched. And it seems like he's on a TE more than not.
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It seems like it's been forever since the Pack has had all of the WR's on the field. I sure hope Nelson can play.

I see the cumulative effect of all the receivers we have on the field together making a huge difference in sustaining drives and scoring more points.

It's been great that this player or that player has stepped up any given week but I'll take Arod spreading the ball around to all these guys totally frustrating defenses any day.
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There's one guy who will not shy away from contact


Indeed. I'm more concerned about him breaking his collarbone again.
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