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We love that Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers can get into the spirit of Movember and rock a powerful mustache for the whole world to see when he took on the New York Giants on Sunday Night Football. What we didn’t expect was for Rodgers to give the viewing audience at home a little taste of Zoolander’s famous Blue Steel.
Of course Movember is when you will see men wear awkward mustaches to help raise awareness for prostate and testicular cancer.
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The Green Bay Packers got beat fair and square Sunday night against the New York Giants. The Giants were just the better team in every aspect and they really brought to light some of the areas the Packers are lacking because of injuries to star players.
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Handing out grades following the Packers' 38-10 loss to the New York Giants:
Passing Offense: C-
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As I sat in MetLife Stadium and watched the NY Giants dismantle the Packers before my eyes, my neck started to hurt from shaking my head so much. Beyond the disappointing play and the result, I was especially not pleased by what I saw of the Packers game plan, play calling and decision-making.
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The Giants limped into the bye week off of two ugly losses and then had to play the Packers, one of the hottest teams in the NFL. After a sluggish start for Green Bay, Aaron Rodgers and the Pack were fully hitting their stride and entered the game on a five game winning streak.
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Packers Offensive Line vs. Giants Defensive Line
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Now that you’ve had some time to digest the Packers losing to the Giants, ask yourself this:
Is your opinion of the Packers now any different than your opinion before the embarrassment against the Giants?
Mine isn’t. Here’s why:
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