(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By CHRIS JENKINS AP Sports Writer For all the Green Bay Packers' complaints about a mistake by replacement officials that cost them a game Monday night, they probably wouldn't have been in position to lose on a last-second play if their offensive line had done a better job protecting Aaron Rodgers in the first half.
Going into Sunday's home game against New Orleans , the Packers will have to do a better job keeping Rodgers upright after he was sacked eight times by the Seahawks.
Left guard T.J. Lang was happy with the way the line rebounded in the second half of Monday's game, but offered no excuses for the first half.
''It could have been very easy to put our heads down and kind of go into the tank a little bit, but we responded in a positive way and had a pretty solid second half,'' Lang said. ''There's no excuse for your quarterback getting hit that many times. It's obviously embarrassing as a grou...