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Q5 Podcast: Packers vs Bears

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We're coming off a disappointing loss to our arch rivals the Bears and waiting on the news about Aaron Rodgers. Who gets the Ring and the Finger in this game? What were the key stats? And how will the Packers react in the coming weeks if they don't have Aaron Rodgers on the field? We discuss all this and more in this episode of Q5.

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Week 8 Takeaways

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                It is almost mind-boggling what the Packers have been able to do in the absence of some of their most important contributors. Despite missing Clay Matthews, Randall Cobb, James Jones, Brad Jones and Nick Perry (oh, Bryan Bulaga and Jermichael Finley too), the visiting Packers handled Minnesota on prime time in all three facets of the game. Remind you of a certain squad that thrived on adversity just a few years back? (more…)

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Q5 Podcast: Review Packers vs Browns

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The Packers entered this game with a depleted wide receiver corps and missing key players on defense. Still, they emerged with a win that is even more sweet in light of the losses by the Bears and Lions this week. Who gets the ring and who gets the finger for this game? What were the key stats? What were our reactions to the game? Click the play button and join us for this episode of Q5.

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Week 7 Takeaways

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Though they were favored by ten whole points, the banged-up Packers faced anything but a walk in the park against the Browns. And while the game was much closer than the score would suggest, Green Bay’s fast-improving defense helped pull out a solid win at home. After giving up 27 points to the Bengals in Week 3, the defense has since allowed an average of 13 points per game without the services of Clay Matthews. Positives The Secondary Sam Shields was nothing short of spectacular against Josh Gordon for four quarters, holding Cleveland’s star receiver to 21 yards on two…

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Bush, Lions D-Line Present Big Challenges in Packers’ Meeting with Detroit

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To put it nicely, Mike McCarthy has flat-out owned NFC North opponents since taking over as Packers Head Coach in 2006. The offensive guru has only lost to the Lions once (a 7-3 loss in Detroit that saw Aaron Rodgers go down in the first half) and has won six straight against the Bears. In a highly competitive NFC North division, the Packers need that trend to continue in 2013, starting on Sunday as the division-leading Lions come to town. This year, the Packers don’t have the luxury of a ‘gimme opponent’, which tends to exist in most divisions around…

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