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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- No one was pointing fingers. Aaron Rodgers partly blamed himself for getting sacked a league-high 51 times last season. The offensive linemen admitted -- for the most part -- that they didn't perform well enough. But with the ultimate responsibility falling on Mike McCarthy, the Green Bay Packers' coach knew something had to be done.
There may have been other ways of fixing the offensive line issues, but McCarthy decided in late April to go with a relatively extreme option. He completely flip-flopped the left and right side of the line.
"It's important to have that flexibility on both sides," McCarthy said. "That's the ultimate goal in the way we play to give Aaron Rodgers the capabilities at the line of scrimmage. That was a big part of it. Scheme evaluation also factored into that. Things we're going to do in the upcoming season was another factor. So there's a lot of things, a lot of talk. That was really the reason why ...
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