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The roof is closed and its pleasant. It's pleasant outside too.
Definitely their secondary. If you can block them, there's some yards to be gained down the field. They're probably going to be playing two rookies in their dime package, so I expect the Packers to spread them out quite a bit.
It's in better shape with Bulaga back, but you can bet the Cowboys are going to test Taylor and McCray on the left side. There's a lot of height for those two 6-3 linemen to deal with.
But the Packers rank in the top 10 in average drive start, which is a result of starting at the 25 on all but one kickoff. The other was the 40 after a penalty. So, so far it has not hurt them.
Because Geronimo Allison is a better player and Trevor Davis and Jeff Janis are key members of the special teams.
No, I think they'll spread the Cowboys out and try to throw the ball down the field. I do think they'll try to get Aaron Jones involved, but more out of shotgun and multiple-receiver sets.
Yes. He's their best defensive player. He holds them together, although Jaylon Smith is coming on. But it's the equivalent of the Packers not having Morgan Burnett.
Might. I think Allison will be a big target today. Just a hunch.
Jamaal Williams is the best pass protector by far, but Jones is improving. Mays is a tough guy, but his tecnnique could be better.
Healthy scratch. He's just not ready yet. Don't forget he missed all of training camp. The past five weeks have been his training camp. Plus, they haven't needed him.
Lane Taylor at LT and Justin McCray at LG.
He's going to get a chance to do it.
I appreciate the confidence in my footwork, but really Taylor did a pretty good job against a good defensive front last week. This will be another test because they're on the road, on turf, against some long-levered pass rushers. Will be interesting to see if the Cowboys put DeMarcus Lawrence, the NFL sack leader, over Taylor. He's typically the left end.