We don't really know for sure. I would guess that's their plan, but no guarantees.
Vogel launches another and the Packers nearly get a huge break. But the clock has run out.
If there would have been 1 second left, they could have tried a field goal.
This will be a good test of McCarthy's ability to adjust because the Bengals have completely tied up the offense. They've blanketed the receivers and still managed to put pressure on Rodgers.
A big problem with helping Murphy is that you have to double Geno Atkins inside. You must. He will kill you worse than anyone else on that defense. It's hard to double two guys.
OK, Michael is going to try to explain this mess to you.
IMMEDIATELY. LET'S DO IT RIGHT NOW!
I'd be shocked if Rodgers and company don't get it going at least a little bit. I think they'll turn to the quick passes that moved the chains in the second half against Atlanta.
I think it's becoming more and more apparent that the Packers A) aren't interested in running the ball and B) aren't that good when they actually do so. It has to be concerning for McCarthy.
This O-line is scary thin right now. You've got to think Bakhtiari is squirming watching this.
I say Adams. He's really good within the first couple yards of the line of scrimmage. Jordy Nelson has been a nonfactor.
Oh man, I won't partake in that discussion!
You know, me too. I thought he showed a little something at the end of camp. I'm surprised he hasn't been given more chances.
Can't speak to the Favre part of this since I wasn't here, but Rodgers' body language hasn't been great today.
Luke Getsy said he wouldn't hesitate using Janis if the situation presented itself. We'll see.
Agreed. He's basically thrown two Pick 6s this year because the penalty against Seattle had no bearing on the actual runback.
Josh Jones has been a bright spot for GB today, no question about it. His speed and attack are impressive to watch.
Because they don't have very good players.
Randall, Hawkins, Rollins, Evans, Joe Thomas, Blake Martinez are not starting-caliber players.
And yet the Packers have to use them today.
It seems like they want to give Jamaal Williams all the chances. I'd like to see Jones and Mays just to get an idea of what they can or can't do.
Well, the inside linebacker problem dates back to before I got here so....