For those of you who have followed the first three parts of this series, you may have noticed a missing piece.
McCarthy will need to manage Tolzien and the passing game for success in the coming weeks.
One big gaping hole in the argument that sticks out like the gap in a hockey player’s smile. This gap is that passing attack. Why didn’t I talk about it? Shouldn’t our passing game be at the top of the list? Well, because we have been trying to define a balanced attack and the Packers have had the passing game as their bread and butter for so many years…I saved it for last.
Note: In light of the injuries that we have seen to Randall Cobb, Jermichael Finley, and (until recently) James Jones, and now Aaron Rodgers – the passing game has begun to rely on the run…what an irony! Continue reading
It’s easy to make excuses for the November turmoil that could keep the Packers from the playoffs this season. Having lost Aaron Rodgers last week and a number of other key contributors throughout the fall, the Packers are now on a two-game losing streak with few promising signs for the weeks ahead. To make matters worse, second string quarterback Seneca Wallace was injured in Sunday’s loss to the Eagles, leaving Green Bay to put their faith in former Wisconsin Badger Scott Tolzien.
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Moving quickly from our #2 quarterback to our #3 quarterback, a very winnable game for the Packers became a nightmare. Even with Tolzien at the helm, we had every opportunity to win this game and just didn’t pull it off. Who gets the Ring and who gets the Finger? What were the key stats? Click the link to get our thoughts or even download the episode for your ride to work.
By now you’ve heard that Aaron Rodgers will be out for 4 to 6 weeks with a broken collarbone. That means at the earliest he would be back for the Atlanta Falcons game and he’s more likely to be back by the Pittsburgh Steelers game.
This is going of course means several things for the Packers. Continue reading