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The strength of the pack is the wolf and the strength of the wolf is the pack. – Rudyard Kipling After the 2012 campaign ended in playoff disappointment for the Green Bay Packers, general manager Ted Thompson and head coach Mike McCarthy reportedly asked quarterback Aaron Rodgers what he would do to improve the offense. […]The post Leather and lace: the Lacy effect by Jacob Vincent appeared first on Water Cooler Sports.
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