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Brat&Beer

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  1. Actually, Garvin and Rivers combined for a nice pass rush that contributed to the Campbell INT. Hope to see more of it.
  2. What is his source? https://packerswire.usatoday.com/lists/packers-pff-grades-best-worst-players-from-week-2-vs-lions/
  3. Another missed opportunity, but not as bad as cutting this guy a few years ago.
  4. I assume you meant going rogue. Rodgers going rouge would just be too weird.
  5. Actually, turns out it happened on Packers last offensive snap.
  6. Patrick played every snap against the Saints. When did he get a concussion?
  7. Interesting concept, but it won't happen. After getting Jones only 7 touches last week, getting him involved in the offense early will be a priority. I don't think we'll be seeing all the 11 personnel we saw last week. Last year Jones had 236 total yards and 3 TD's in a week 2 game vs. Lions at Lambeau.
  8. Seemed like the same thing happened last year at Tampa Bay. Rodgers threw a pick 6 and then another INT on the next possession, and the team imploded. Like they were so shocked by what happened they couldn't recover.
  9. This is the battle to avoid going 0-3 for the first time since 2005.
  10. I wondered if this was true. But sure enough, TE's had a total of 67 snaps on 57 plays. No wonder they had trouble running the ball. No wonder it didn't really look like the Lafleur offense.
  11. ?? Stokes played only 8 snaps and broke up the only pass that came his way.
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