This team almost overcame the fake punt and the horrific pick 6 to come back and win.
That said, almost only counts in horseshoes and atomic bombs.
Hard to watch Flynn hurry his throw to Boykin when he had Jordy open on the slant on the last play.
The defense played well enough for the Packers to win. Lots of points on the board, but they were put in some tough spots and answered the bell more than I ever expected.
That said, I hate how Dom sits back in quarters coverage and rushes four in the red zone. Ben had all day to find receivers down there.
I can't wait to see Hyde and Hayward healthy and in the same secondary.
Tough to see both Clay and Eddie go down to previous injuries.
Speaking of which, I'm sure seeing both of them get re-injured will cause all the fools calling for Rodgers to play to carefully reconsider their position.
AJ Hawk played well, including that incredible interception. Just a hell of a play.
The offensive line played extremely well for the most part. TJ Lang in particular was active and really did a good job of getting to the second level.
Mike Neal's play on the 3rd down screen to Miller was just incredible. What an athlete.
M.D. Jennings clearly has compromising pictures of someone important in the Packers' organization. Only explanation why he still sees the field.
Nick Perry's encroachment was karma paying us back for the absurdity that was the "batting the ball" play earlier. Yes, it was probably ruled correctly, but it was still a crazy cheap way to get a score.
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