Packers 34, 49ers 17

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I’ll have more throughout the game – but I think the story today will be the Packers’ D.

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14 Responses to “Packers 34, 49ers 17”

  1. Dave In Tucson Says:

    We’ll see, but I don’t get the feeling of a high-scoring game on this one…

    D∈T

  2. Dave In Tucson Says:

    Defense doesn’t look much better than last year.

  3. 56coop Says:

    Not to mention the refs suck

  4. Dave In Tucson Says:

    Offense isn’t having a good day, either. Only one drive longer than 35 yards. And because the defense can’t get a stop, 49ers are controlling the ball, only 4 offensive drives so far.

    And except for the first drive, the 49ers have scored on every drive. That’s not going to get it done.

    D∈T

  5. Dave In Tucson Says:

    This is really awful. Is it possible the d is worse than last year? No turnovers, and the 49ers are driving at will.

  6. mark Says:

    well i guess im gonna be bored outta my mind- too bad-Rodgers looked like he would have been a good qb- now hes just predictable and the d i awful again- oh well thats life

    • 56coop Says:

      Dudep tonight was not Rodgers fault. No blocking, poor refs he did a
      ll he could

      • mark Says:

        im talknig about the play just before the half – the obvious to anyone who knows anything-that play action to Nelson play that everyone USED to be fooled by- but youre right the offense in general is not the problem- this is THE WORST DEFENSE IN THE HISTORY OF THE LEAGUE!!! so youre right about that

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