Found February 18, 2012 on Football Nation:
It was a tale of two seasons for the Green Bay Packers. The regular season; an offensive juggernaut led by Aaron Rodgers that willfully and sometimes easily racked up points on any opposing defense (except the Kansas City Chiefs). A defense, that despite giving up gobs of yards, unable to pressure the quarterback, or tackle properly at times, was able to create huge turnovers and keep the Packers in games. Than there was the Playoffs, an offense that displayed receivers unable to catch as well as secure the football, to go along with absolutely zero running game. In regards to the defense, everything mentioned before was magnified in light that they were unable to create any turnovers. There are some things that need to change in Green Bay, and I understand that GM Ted Thompson has got some wheels in motion, but here are the main things that I would do if I had the final say so with the Green Bay Packers.   Franchise Tag Jermichael Finley or Else: I was tempted to just say, “...
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