Not a one. I actually left out of Chicago. No fog there.
Definitely. It's really loud.
He better be more effective than last week or he'll be on the bench in a hurry. They can't afford to have him play like he did against Dallas.
What Super Bowl? It doesn't exist until it does.
He is, but we've seen Rodgers doing things out of the pocket that make him the most dangerous guy on the field. Ryan has been consistently good, but not peaking like Rodgers.
I see them doing that and trying to run Montgomery. I see them using Montgomery as a wild card. Spreading him out, throwing short passes to him, calling draw plays, screens, etc....
I'm not sure. I haven't talked to him about it and I haven't noticed.
He's going to need a rest. He's not a 70-snap guy. He's too big and has to do other things. They'll need to rotate a lot of guys.
Don't know. He was added to the injury report with a back and that's all we were told.
In preparation, but I don't think it matters during the game.
Felt he wasn't at risk of doing further damage. I'm not a doctor so I don't know the placement of the fracture or the degree. Nelson has made it seem like it's just a pain tolerance thing.
Don't be surprised if the Falcons try to take him out of the game. I can see them using a linebacker or defensive end to try to jack him up at the line when he's got his hand down and putting a safety over the top to double him.
Excellent point. They could absolutely dominate this game. If the Packers don't stop that run, not only will they fall behind early, their offense will be on the sideline.
This is my sixth. I think the one in Dallas in '95 was my favorite. Most talent I've seen on the field in a game the Packers have played I believe.
Send him out of the backfield on a flare with base personnel on the field. That's the easiest way.
Packers are coming out of the locker room.
Referee is Bill Vinovich.