Not really. New Orleans has a better running game, so if passing is difficult they have the advantage.
Bakhtiari and Linsley are the ones to watch. I was surprised Bakhtiari was taken off the injury report. But they must feel he's over the worst part. Bulaga should be fine.
A tight end off a bootleg fake.
It will take him awhile. They're going to give him the full three weeks to prepare and then they'll see where he's at. Don't expect him to do much other than special teams until the latter third of the season.
They can bring back two guys. So they'll either bring back Barclay or Spriggs and they'll hold a spot for Rodgers as long as possible.
If it is, this team is in trouble.
As I wrote this morning, I'd go with Richard Rodgers. He and Hundley have more of a history together.
Cook is a clutch player. He drops a lot of easy ones but when the game is on the line he makes plays. At the end of this year they might have wished they kept him instead of signing Bennett. We'll see.
There are people on here who would normally be in comments sections and they want to use this as a vehicle to vent their frustration. But the majority on here don't kick their dog when the Packers lose, so I would say it's fairly representative.
I believe you will see read-option today. Don't be surprised if Hundley runs off some of those read fakes or at least fakes off them and throws.
They do need to get more out of Nick Perry and Matthews. They did not dominate the Vikings' tackles. But if you look at it Keenum didn't do that much. They would have normally won with that defensive effort.
The Saints all took a knee before the anthem.
Captains are Lowry, Evans and Fackrell.
Saints win the toss and has deferred. Packers will receive.
No and yes, I believe he is here.
Trevor Davis is back for the kickoff for the Packers, no Jeff Janis.