From Mike Clemons, WSSP’s Green and Gold Insider: apparently Junius Coston has had trouble making a go of it in practice due to the ankle and he may not start/play Sunday. Also, Clemons reported that McCarthy and the team have been working on an offense this week where the players get out of the huddle fast in an effort to disrupt the frequent blitzing by the Rams defense.This brings me to a thought: why don’t the Packers use the hurry-up offense more? In fact, why don’t more teams do this? Whenever it’s done, it seems to work. It may be tiring for an offense, but it is exhausting for a defense and there is usually not time for the defense to make the necessary adjustments. It can lead to lots of favorable match-ups for an offense (receivers being defended by linebackers, nobody guarding the RBs or FBs, tight ends being wide open).
Coston may be out – hurry-up offense in