Green Bay Packers: Looking at Fast Start Stats

Posted: 8th June 2010 by Jersey Al Bracco in NFL
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In this second installment of “Studying the Stats,” I’ll be taking a look at how the Green Bay Packers' offense did in 2009 coming out of the locker room. In other words, how they started out each half. (Part1: Interceptions ) If you remember the 2008 season, there was much consternation about the Packers’ slow starts (here’s just one example ). There were also many Mike McCarthy comments about "fixing our slow starts” and promises to “work on” getting out of the box faster. During the 2009 preseason, McCarthy kept his word. Along with working on the red zone offense, getting out to faster starts was a point of emphasis for the Packers during the 2009 training camp. Well, I’m here to give credit where credit is due. Mike McCarthy’ ...

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