On a night when Rodgers threw for less than 200 yards and no touchdowns, the Packers exerted their will against the Lions on the ground.
Randall Cobb is, without question, Rodgers' go-to receiver.
Loved seeing Ryan Grant's excitement after his lone run.
Actually, loved almost everything I saw from all the running backs tonight. Both Alex Green and DuJaun Harris had good games.
Barclay played a scrappy game at right tackle, but I'm still not sold on starting him over Lang if Lang is healthy.
Watching the Packers try to rush the passer without Clay Matthews is painful.
I have no idea what Morgan Burnett is supposed to do on the play where he was flagged against Calvin Johnson.
Speaking of Johnson, Tramon Williams battled his ass off against Megatron. The results weren't always pretty, but he played a hell of a game.
Mason Crosby looks much better.
That said, can we please stop giving away huge swings in field position on these long attempts?
Aaron Rodgers is going to catch all sorts of hell for his Lambeau Leap.
Mike Daniels - I know you are told to fall on the ball...but thanks for not falling on the ball.
I'm really getting sick of this team coming out flat.
That said, I was never worried when it was 14-0.
Imagine what this team could do if it ever gets everyone healthy...
The Packers are back in first place where they belong and can clinch the division in Chicago next week.
Has this team found a bit of a running game? Yes, I believe they have. Loved seeing pulling guards and offensive linemen reporting eligible. If Rodgers can start hitting on some play-action throws, this offense will become dangerous at the right time.
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