The Packers' defensive line has under-performed across the board in 2011 - but it's not too late for a turnaround.
Aaron looks at how things should play out when each team has the ball and gives his prediction for the game.
"Paul Ott Carruth", a former player and coach who wishes to remain anonymous, breaks down various aspects of Cover 3 coverage.
"Paul Ott Carruth", an anonymous former player and coach, breaks down Tramon Williams' interception and has a few thoughts regarding the defense overall.
"Paul Ott Carruth", an anonymous former player and coach, breaks down the many different aspects of what is known as Cover 2.
The Packers defensive coordinator is playing it safe while the offense builds a lead before starting to dial up the pressure later in games.
"Paul Ott Carruth", an anonymous former player and coach, breaks down the first touchdown pass given up by the Packers on Sunday.
Sam Shields is tied for the league lead in missed tackles - and hasn't displayed a whole lot of "want to" when it comes to contact.
The former 7th round pick for the Indianapolis Colts was in camp with the Detroit Lions this summer.
Ryan Pickett's move back to nose tackle from defensive end is paying off for the Packers.
"Paul Ott Carruth", an anonymous former player and coach, breaks down the Bears' 32 yard touchdown pass to Kellen Davis.
It's time for Clay Matthews to start getting to the quarterback.
The Packers defense is getting killed by late-releasing tight ends and running backs when Capers calls his signature pressure plays.
The rookie linebacker was back on the sidelines today after practicing yesterday for the first time in nearly two weeks.
Mike McCarthy told reporters today that cornerback Tramon Williams has a chance to play on Sunday, while defensive end Mike Neal will miss "significant time."
The second year cornerback had a pedestrian summer followed by an uneven game against the Saints. While its nowhere near time to panic, Shields has some work to do.
Mike McCarthy also indicates defensive end Mike Neal will be a game time decision.
Aaron takes a look at the different defensive line alignments and how the Packers are testing out their personnel in each one.
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Second year defensive lineman Mike Neal is being counted on to play significant snaps for Dom Capers defense this season.
Bob McGinn reports that the Packers are planning on moving Ryan Pickett back to the nose tackle position he excelled at back in 2009.
Dom Capers will need improved play across the board if he plans on using his nickel personnel against the run as extensively as he did last season.
The Packers won't panic about the inside linebacker depth chart until they'e seen what they have on hand. Fans should follow suit.
According to WTMJ's Lance Allan, the Packers are set to re-sign A.J. Hawk today.
Packers head coach Mike McCarthy indicated that Desmond Bishop is assured one of the two starting jobs at inside linebacker.
Aaron Nagler hands out his individual grades for the 2010 Packers defense and specialists.
The Packers must limit the big-plays when Ben Roethlisberger breaks contain by plastering the Steelers receivers.
An extensive look at the bread and butter blitz scheme employed by both the Steelers and Packers.