Not even ex-Texans QB David Carr can help but cringe watching the Green Bay Packers OL on the field. For a Packers fan like me, the 2009 version of Aaron Rodgers and his offensive line so far has been the equivalent of watching a matador in a bullfight with a cape full of holes. Things are exciting and fun, but you just hope that the poor guy doesn't get hit. And then he does. And then again. And again. And yet again. Since Chad Clifton's ankle injury in Week Two against the Cincinnati Bengals, the Packers OL has been shuffled like cards and Aaron Rodgers has been scrambling for dear life. Green Bay's 20 allowed sacks is the worst in the NFL, and is on pace for 80 on the year, good (or bad) enough for second all-time. Insult came full force to injury when A-Rodj was roughed up for eight sa ...
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