I also love that McCarthy waited until the PERFECT time to call that deep shot to Jordy.
Lattimore is fun to watch. Not a whole lot of technique on display, but he brought a ton of energy and attitude to the defense today.
This game reminded me of Seattle last year, where Mike was determined to stick to his gameplan in the first half, no matter how much the results on the field suggested that his gameplan was for shit.
I mean, how hard is it to see that Lacy is running well and to feed him after, say, the first two drives?
Cobb and Jones going down is just depressing. And no, I don't expect them to call Donald Driver.
Why is Masthay no longer booming kickoffs?
Seriously. Why is John Kuhn on this team? Pass protection, right? That's it?
A bad miss from Crosby, but otherwise another strong performance.
I love this team.
A.J. Hawk played a fantastic game. Just fantastic.
McMillian is walking back to Green Bay, right?
Speaking of which, why is it that no 4th and Forever is too big for a Packers' opponent to overcome?
Also, have I expressed my loathing of the three man rush? I have? Ok then.
Rodgers had that gorgeous throw to Jordy - but outside of that, not a great game from the ol' Franchise QB.
I love this team.
Yes, the Ravens are hardly an offensive juggernaut, but the defense absolutely won this game. And if the Packers are now the kind of team that wins with defense, a running game, and an opportunistic offense, I am more than fine with that.
The drive that ended in Crosby's last field goal was a man's drive. Of course, the defense almost fucked it all up, but that should have been a nail-in-the-coffin drive, highlighted by tough running from Eddie Lacy and smart passing from Rodgers.
And make no mistake, this game is a big step for this team. After losing tough, close games on the road to the 49ers and Bengals, to get the win today was a great step forward. Championship teams are built on these kinds of wins.
Truly hope Jones and Cobb aren't done for the year.
"I firmly believe that any man’s finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle – victorious."