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Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel asked Green Bay Packers outside linebackers coach Kevin Greene if defensive coordinator Dom Capers deserved to stay on with the Packers after they're unpreparedness we shall put it, against the 49ers.
In a pretty colorful way, Greene responded “Does a fat baby fart? Big time. Absolutely. No doubt about it,” he said.
“He’s the same guy that took a defense from No. 24 to No. 5, or No. 2, then the Super Bowl year we’re No. 5. He’s the same guy. This is the same system. I mean, yeah, Dom is without a doubt the right guy. I think that’s about it there.”
Greene has been a lotal Cpaers guy since 1993, working with him in Pittsburgh and Carolina throughout his NFL employement, an isn't about to throw Capers under the bus over dissapointment in the loss.
“It does ruffle me a little bit because the people that are asking for that, calling for that really don’t understand football,” Greene said. “They think they do but they really don’t. If you just look at things through a coach’s eye sometimes, you can really see the breakdowns of the defense. I’m not into pointing fingers and Coach Dom’s not into pointing fingers either. He’s into shouldering the load and he’s into doing the right thing, regardless of how the defense executed or didn’t execute the plan. He is ultimately shouldering that load, that heat."
“That’s what he’s doing now as a true pro.”
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