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Wells Is Hurt

Not that it's breaking news, but the fact that Wells can't make it through back-to-back practices tells you all you need to know. They need to sit him a few weeks and let Spitz play center. The Packers are planning to start Colledge at left guard and Moll at right. And again I ask - what in the world happened to Alan Barbre?

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Eric's picture

While it will suck not having the best interior offensive line on the field against the Vikings I agree that the Packers should sit Wells if he is still recovering from his injury. There is no need to aggravate his injury and possibly even miss more time for just one game. As far as Barbre is concerned I am just like you. I have no idea why in the world he isn't starting over Moll. Barbre has played pretty well all preseason and the coaches were raving about him before training camp began. Why is the world is he not getting a chance to start? Instead they are willing to for some reason start Moll over him.

Andrew's picture

Schatz picks the Pack to go to the Super Bowl.

Mr.Man's picture

Barbre's not starting over Moll, because, as far as I can tell, he has been practicing solely as a LG, not as a RG. I just wish Sitton would get healthy. I have a lot more confidence in him at RG than Moll. Hell, I have a lot more confidence in almost anybody.

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