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Perfect day. None of the big snow storm they were predicting this afternoon, although it's possible more is coming. We got around 3-5 inches here today.
I am in Green Bay right now and will be in the area tonight.
I would think Montgomery would be in the backfield more. I personally think he should be getting more opportunities. I think Starks gets first crack and if he's not moving the chains then Montgomery is next. McCarthy needs to get creative with him today and get the ball in his hands.
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I am live and in person in my usual spot in the press box.
Doing great, thanks for asking.
I think its everyone around him who are keys. Guys like Mike Daniels, Julius Peppers, Datone Jones, Letroy Guion, Dean Lowry, have to win their match-ups. The Seahawks may give some help to their tackles to handle Matthes, so there will be some one-on-ones elsewhere. But Matthews is not 100% and it's up to the others to take advantage of Seattle's one weakness, it's offensive line.
It's completely cleared. It is not snowing and there is no snow on the field. The field looks pretty good.
Pass rush, pass rush and pass rush. Keep the pressure on Wilson and they'll be in a position to win. This offense is good enough to score 17-20 points. Beating that offensive line is the key to everything.
Did you look at the blocking last week? It was miserable every time he had the ball in his hands. There were no holes whatsoever. Starks will hit the hole if there is one.
You'll always get my best effort. The Packers? That's up to them.
No. But Detroit would have to lose its final three against Giants, Cowboys, Packers.
No, I think it helps them. Bad footing can affect quick guys like Rawls. The footing looks pretty good now. Watch out for that guy. He can cut like few backs around.
I'll update you before kickoff.
Yes, I think he is. He's one of the rookies who wasn't forced into action and I think that's helped him. He's worked on the transition from end to DT and looks much more confident and assignment sure.