By Corey Behnke on Nov 12, 2009 with 5 Comments
Holly is at it again with some kick-ass research on the Dallas Cowboys and the things one needs to know about the enemy. We are going to see an upset! Please….
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Great analysis, Holly.
I’m counting on the ‘Cocky Cowboys’ to strut into Lambeau a little over-confident….. GB needs to score early & force Romo to throw 30+ passes to pull off an upset ….. Dump the 7-step drops by AR ….. The ‘Screen to Green’ needs to be high on the play list along with a few roll-outs by AR away from Ware…..
It will be interesting to see how Dom Capers plans to contain Witten. I am not sure we have an answer for him yet.
I really don’t think Kampman should play due to his concussion, and that leaves the Pack with Brad Jones. Brady P. is also injured and I am not sure whats up with Thompson. I do believe that Jones pass coverage on Witten will be better than Kampman, as thats where Kampman has been struggling
There’s no way GB going to get anything done unless they take on the strength of the Cowboy lines and break them.
On offense, that will require bringing in as many FB/RB/TE combinations as possible to run at them, slam into that D line. AR won’t have even a second to do much of anything. The OL will not hold these guys back by themselves, and any help cuts back on your passing options. To try pass with that line unchallenged is trouble.
The D likewise has to go after the Dallas O lines as well.
Wear them down.
Boy, wouldn’t I love to see that, Glorious80s. Some tenacity by our lines could set a tone for the whole game. Hopefully Brad Jones can add a new dimension to this defense, and the rookies on the outside can make the difference.
Agreed Holly. The key to this game is to really go after the Dallas strength big time. Would open up everything else GB does.
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