I think the Packers are playing without hamstrings today. It's a new strategy.
He injured his hamstring in Week 4. He said he's fully recovered and has been for several weeks.
Maybe. I didn't get an invitation though.
They all kind of are. Unless Minnesota and Detroit lose today then it probably is.
It's pretty nice. I'll have the official report around kickoff, but the sun is out, it's about 30 degrees and there's some wind.
Yes. Although we'll see Brooks over there some too. They need to bring pressure from all over but try to set up some one-on-ones on the Ravens' left side.
They run the ball well with second-year back Alex Collins, but Flacco has some speed at receiver and will regularly take shots down the field. The offense is not good. There's no reason the Packers should get pushed around today.
I think they'll try to stop the run first. Lots of Josh Jones in the box. I don't think they need to blitz a ton, but they at least need to show it.
There's only so much cap money, so if you're going to pay six guys there, you're going to have to not pay someone else somewhere else. Most lines don't play five anyway. The Packers have money committed to just three. Linsley is on his first contract and Evans is on a one-year deal.
Runs. They need to try to establish the ground game right away. That said, I think you'll see a good deal of play-action, but it all starts with running it.
No big surprises. I kind of got the feeling King wasn't going to play, so I wouldn't call that a surprise.
You might see a good dose of both. But I expect Kendricks to see an increase role in the passing game.
We're usually done around 9 or 10. If it's a 3 p.m. game it's like 1 a.m.
Temperature is 28 degrees, wind at 14 mph, wind chill is 17.
I think they've been a bit lucky. But as I pointed out in the story, Mays never fumbled in college and Williams fumbled twice in 600 carries.
National anthem, hang on please.