I think they're going to have to get Lacy back in the game and start establishing some play-action. Minnesota doesn't even care about the run. They're teeing off on their pass rush.
Stubborn is the word I would use. They worked all week on a game plan they thought would work and it hasn't. They're not getting guys open and they've abandoned the run.
Now the question is how do they get things going. First, they have to get Lacy involved again. They can't let those pass rushers continue to tee off.
This part of hte problem with having the tight ends they have. They can't line up with two guys and just pound the ball. Those guys don't block well enough.
They're playing their three-safety look a lot on first down and it's working.
Gunter has to do a better job of disrupting that route.
Defense gets a much-needed Matthews vs. Kalil matchup.
Packers have spent almost the entire game on their own side of the field on offense.
They're back in double tight ends again. Still the way to go.
Pass interference has been the Packers' best weapon tonight.
Lacy needed that kind of run in the worst way, but I still wonder if Starks would still be running.
The Packers have Adams out on Waynes. Seems like Nelson should be out there.
What a great tackle by Harrison Smith. Great timing, too.
Nice deception by rolling right and throwing back to Adams. Helped move the safety out of there.
Richard Rodgers missing his block again. Just got Lacy smacked.
Nice job of Rodgers predicting the blitz. And Lacy picked it up, giving him the time to throw.
Yet another Rodgers fumble. Not sure that was his fault given it came from the blindside, but he has to get rid of the ball.
He had two hands on it and then right when he took his hand off, it got stripped.
That's a big first down. Packers get to substitute and get some fresh people in.
aWaynes is not playing with much confidence. They're going to need to go after him.
Well, this time he protected the ball. That's about the best thing you can about that play.