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Packers Podcast: Calvin Johnson Is Key Matchup with Packers Secondary

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Packers Podcast: Calvin Johnson Is Key Matchup with Packers Secondary

This morning Bart Winkler and I previewed Thursday's Thanksgiving Day game between the Packers and the Lions on K107.1 FM in Fond du Lac. Topics included the injuries to James Starks and Greg Jennings, matchups against Ndamukong Suh and Calvin Johnson and a prediction for the game...

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Brian Carriveau is a writer at Cheesehead TV. To contact Brian, email carriveau@uwalumni.com.

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Ben Duronio's picture

While I agree that stopping Calvin is important, I almost feel that stopping the other targets even more important.

It's almost like you know what Calvin will do, around 80-100 yards and a touchdown or maybe two. Stopping the likes of the two tight ends, Burleson and Young, and Smith out of the backfield may be the bigger keys to success. Limiting the rest of the team may be easier than shutting down Calvin completely, especially when you look at how well Calvin has done against the Packers in the past.

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