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No, but there's some in the trunk of my rental car ready to be transported back to WI.
It's a beautiful night for football. Temperature is in the mid-50s, very little wind and no rain at all.
Ha! I wish that were true. As I wrote today, there's a recipe for winning a game like this and starts with your offensive line. Challenge them and then give them the opportunity to prove to you they can win it by pounding the rock.
I expect him to try to play contain with Wilson. Not a lot of blitzing unless it's to set up one guy for a free rush. I could see him playing some zone to keep the corners involved in the run defense. We'll see.
Packers are in their all-whites tonight. It's one of those color-rush games.
Lots of late arrivals here with a 5:20 start PCT. A good number of Packers fans behind the Packers bench, but I don't think they'll be heard much once the Seahawks fans fill in.
It does hurt, but my guess is Pettine will go with some base defense and put three DL up against the Seahawks whenever he can. On the other hand. Schottenheimer might try to spread out the defense and make Pettine play lots of nickel and dime. Should be a nice chess match.
Yeah, a nice pickup. But now that he's been on tape, I expect the Seahawks to try to attack him. I'll be interested to see if Alexander follows Baldwin around and they provide help elsewhere or they just play sides as usual.
I know why you're asking, but let's not forget who he got his sack against. An O-line missing three starters. Maybe his sack will give him some confidence, but this will be a different animal tonight.
Interesting stat of the night: Baldwin does not have a 100-yard game this season. He has no TDs.
Run the ball and stop the run. And don't blow it on special teams.
Yes, I believe it is because M. Adams doesn't help you much there. That's where they'll miss Perry.
He has to be careful not to do too much. If there's something there, take it. If not, down it or fair catch it. And hold on for dear life because the Seahawks will be swiping at the ball every time he has it. They know he hasn't played all season.
Pressure is not a problem. They're tied for the league lead in sacks and they are No. 1 in sacks per play.
Just a couple hundred now.
It's always a possibility, right?