Rodgers building up some rushing stats.
Rodgers leads the Packers in rushing with three carries for 42 yards.
Nelson deserves a lot of credit for playing through what he has. Not sure a lot of guys would have tried.
If they're doing it now, they should have done it the last time.
Losing Lacy will do that. He's an impact player. You can't lose impact players. They lost Shields and Lacy before half the season was over. Critical.
Great onsides kick but an eve better play by Sanu to go up and get that.
Atlanta's front line played that beautifully. Blocked and just let Sanu handle it. h
Marwin Evans is now in the game for Burnett. Looks like his day might be done.
That's the end of the third. Hard to believe we have a quarter left.
That's definitely part of the reason for the growth. We added readers from the PG. No one here has ever said we haven't. Thanks for playing.
That's kind of what you want with a high kick. Make Atlanta think about the fact it hasn't gone 10 yards and wait. If you play it right, the ball comes down after 10 yards. Sanu went and got it before it went 10 yards, so if he bobbles it, it works.
He's a free agent. They've got to get more speed at his position.
I try not to, but there's a lot of angry people and I try to go with the more respectful ones. The rest, I just let people embarrass themselves.
No, I think their front office has done a very nice job of acquiring talent through the draft, especially considering where they've drafted. I mean, how many GMs have seen get fired in the last three years. There's about six teams who have the same front office and they consistently make the playoffs. When has Pittsburgh one a SB, but they're always in the running. New England, NY Giants, Seattle, etc...
Really good question. Makes no sense at all unless he's trying to break some record.
Packers nearing a playoff worst for points allowed, but still have a little ways to go. The 51 against Arizona I believe is the high.