Fullback Aaron Ripkowski now has 52 of the Packers' 113 yards.
Matchups. They knew they'd need help in protection in a noisy environment and that the Lions weren't going to play them to run the ball. Nice little switch up.
The Lions are taking advantage of man coverage with those pick plays. The Packers either have to play it better or consider zoning off some of those stacks.
There's Capers' signature blitz. The ILB cross blitz up the middle. Haven't seen that result in a sack in a long time.
Third and 15 after the sack.
That's just unacceptable. You absolutely cannot be getting beat deep on third and 19. I don't know what he was thinking.
Here come the Lions. Talk about a momentum changer. Those third and long conversions are just killers.
Clinton-Dix got their a second late, but Rollins has to make that play.
Datone Jones with a bad penalty jumping offsides.
It was only his second. Sure seems like he's done it more.
That's a big-time tackle by Hyde, but I don't think it's going to keep Detroit from scoring.
Rollins improved his coverage on that fade. Right in Boldin's face.
Right between Peppers and Guion.
11 plays, 80 yards, 5:47.
Moving forward this season they are. No other options.
Know how and confidence. Randall is athletic enough but he can't stay healthy. Rollins is just going to take time before he can be judged because of his basketball background.
That's a big part of the Capers defense. It relies on a lot of turnovers. But Randall is the only corner who gets them and he's never on the field.
They could go back to regular base defense, but then Ebron is going to kill them. They're better off making the Lions go 11 plays every series than encouraging them to throw the ball more.
Seriously? Who would that be? Darrelle Revis? Josh Norman? Who is this lockdown corner who was available that you speak of. Who was the $10 million corner he could add with his other $10 million corner