GREEN BAY, Wis. -- A 1-2 record wasn't what the Green Bay Packers had in mind. But after the Packers' coordinators had reviewed and analyzed the tape of the 34-30 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, the three of them discussed a few of the game's important topics.
Here are three question-and-answer highlights from each coordinator:
DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR DOM CAPERS
1. Were there any silver linings you can take from this loss?
CAPERS: "I think there's tremendous value because guys, you're going to face adversity in every game, and to me it tells you a lot about the character of your football team how you handle that. You've got to put whatever happened behind you and focus on the next play, and that's overused, but it's so true. You can't let the negative emotions or the positive emotions affect you. You think about the swings during that game yesterday in terms negative-positive-negative. That game there was as many swings as probably any game I've been around, and yet that's why it'...