Green Bay Packers: Can Defensive Tweaks Help Carry Flawed Offense?

Posted: 20th October 2009 by Ryan Cardarella in NFL
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Same strengths, same weaknesses, weaker opponent. That is the best way to sum up the Green Bay Packers offense against Detroit coming out of their bye week. Aaron Rodgers and the passing game flexed its collective muscle against the Lions secondary all afternoon to the tune of 358 yards and a pair of scores in a 26-0 romp. Donald Driver electrified the crowd with several dazzling catches as he overtook Sterling Sharpe at No. 1 on the Packers all-time receptions list as Green Bay piled up well over 400 yards of total offense. But the same issues head coach Mike McCarthy has vowed to "clean up" all season once again reared their collective heads, even in a comfortable victory. Costly penalties stalled several drives, Green Bay and its unbalanced offense settled for field goals instead of tou ...

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