Why is Seattle passing?

September 4, 2014 by

Doesn’t make any sense. We can’t even come close to stopping Lynch. Just give him the ball.

Jordy blew it there

September 4, 2014 by

That’s not on Rodgers. Bad play by Jordy. Ugh.

Shields with a great play there

September 4, 2014 by

Ugh. Brad Jones was beaten again there.

Peppers starting to assert himself

September 4, 2014 by

I like to see it. He force that Wilson error there.

NOTHING in the middle of our defense

September 4, 2014 by

Honestly. How in the world did TT think that teams wouldn’t notice that? Just pathetic. Lynch averaging 9 yard a carry. That is so ridiculous it’s…ridiculous.

McCarthy calling a conservative game

September 4, 2014 by

Was just thinking about this. So far is seems McCarthy was expecting a tight game so he’s sort of, by extension, just calling a conservative game. Fact is, from what I’ve seen, this Seattle D is not what it was last year and there are definite holes. We need to start the second half by trusting in Rodgers and letting him get out of the pocket to make plays. We need to take chances down the field. Down 7, I’m not optimistic we can beat Seattle playing a tight/conservative game. Open it up Mike.

Clinton-Dix in the right place – but then blows it

September 4, 2014 by

He’s missed several big tackles and that wide open pick. To his credit he’s in the right spots to make the plays, but he’s just not making the plays. (Though I guess that fumble recovery was a pretty good play.)

Take Brad Jones out!

September 4, 2014 by

Honestly. How can TT leave Hawk and Brad Jones as our two ILBs? I’m glad he picked up Peppers and we needed someone to help Matthews for sure. But what we needed more than anything was even a competent ILB. Ugh.

Terrible decision by Rodgers

September 4, 2014 by

What? That was a really foolish decision.

Packers need to stretch it out more

September 4, 2014 by

We’ve thrown one deep pass tonight and got a 44 yard pass interference call. Seattle’s D is cheating up and packing near the line. We need to take some chances deep. With someone like Jeff Janis.


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