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If the Packers can beat the Seahawks and Cardinals, they will need to find one win against the Ravens, Bears, and Steelers in order to reach the 10-6 mark. They should be able to do that.
Maybe the motivation needed to come from the players rather than the coaching staff. I would prefer to have a coach who can lift the team’s spirits almost singlehandedly, but if we don’t have that kind of coach, the players need to do it themselves.
So what changed? What was responsible for the 180 degree turnaround from the putrid performance in Tampa? Specifically, what three things put a smile on my face?
It was a must win and we won. The Cowboys played a terrible game, and we happened to prove all the so-called professionals wrong.
The Cowboys are looking for a trade partner for veteran OLB Greg Ellis. Should the Packers make a move?
I have no idea what I am going to write. Seriously, I am just going to pen this post as it comes and whatever ends up here is going to have to work.
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That is what I wish Aaron Rodgers would have said this week. I wish he would have sauntered to the podium and let him have it.