The results of a poll conducted at Total Packers show the public is torn between Bryan Bulaga and Marshall Newhouse as for who should start at left tackle in place of an injured Chad Clifton. “The main question right now is who plays where,” writes Monty McMahon. “When Bulaga returns, the Packers will have to decide if he returns to right tackle, where he’s in his second season as a starter, or if he replaces Clifton at left tackle. Bulaga was a left tackle in college, knows the position and is a better blocker than Newhouse.” At the time of publication, Newhouse leads with over 47% of the vote compared to over 45% for Bulaga.
In the wake of Sunday’s game, a lot of attention was focused on the dislike and on-field shoving matches between the Packers and the Falcons. “The Packers players weren’t pulling any punches after last night’s game when they commented about the Falcons and their propensity to perfect the life of a cheap shot artist,” notes Lombardi Ave.
Differences between the draft strategies between the Packers and the Falcons are commented upon at Packer Chatters.
Connections between the Packers and deceased Raiders owner Al Davis are noted at PackersNews.com.
Former Packers linebacker Nick Barnett doing the “Ralph Wilson Leap” was noticed by Acme Packing Company.
Reflecting on the Packers’ 5–0 record are the Lambeau Loonies.
The solid play of Aaron Rodgers is noted at Milwaukee Brian Sports.
Studs and Duds are named from the Packers-Falcons game at Packers Gab.
An alternative view of Aaron Rodgers and Ted Thompson comes from the Rock ‘N’ Roll Cecil Club.
The Packers look unbeatable, says the Bucky Channel.
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