Found August 05, 2013 on Football Nation:
The Green Bay Packers, like most teams in the NFL, have high hopes for 2013. The off-season allowed them to draft two running backs that should help to add a new dynamic to what was already a high powered offense. They decided to shift things around on the line to make sure Aaron Rodgers was well protected on his blind side. Things seemed to be falling into place for another playoff run.But earlier today the Packers confirmed something that will hurt these chances. Bryan Bulaga, who was moved to starting left tackle, is out for the season with a torn ACL.As a fan you have to ask what kind of plays are going on in practice that would cause such an injury. The question now becomes what the Packers will do to try and replace Bulaga.The most likely move is that the Packers will try and move fourth round rookie David Bakhtiari into the starting line-up, possibly even at the left tackle position. This is more than just worrisome. The Packers allowed 51 sacks last year and Aaron Rodgers ma...
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