Admit it. Despite your hatred for that "traitor" Brett Favre, you're starting to notice, game-by-game, what truly is lacking from this Green Bay Packers football team. Let's get the obvious problems out of the way. They can't protect the quarterback. Their running game stinks. And that transition to the 3-4 defense? So far, not so good. Their play-calling and overall decision-making has been average, at best. And their special teams has been downright atrocious, almost in every facet it could possibly fathom. These talented Packers, 13-3 and one win away from a Super Bowl two years ago, are 4-4 on the heels of an embarrassing loss to the previously 0-7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and staring a losing record in the face with the formidable 6-2 Dallas Cowboys coming to town. When I refer to "mag ...
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