The Ravens’ offense? Offensive. Baltimore’s ‘O’ is ranked 30th in the league... despite a 6th-ranked rushing attack. But still, there's nothing easy about preparing for a team once every 4 years. “We are just focusing really on what they are doing, how they are doing it, and why they are doing it,’ coach Mike McCarthy said. “We are trying to get dialed into not just Joe Flacco, but this is an uncommon opponent.
Dom Capers’ defense woke up in the Windy City. An anemic pass rush found its footing on the soggy turf at Soldier Field. After just 4 sacks in the last 5 games, the Packers had 5 today against Bears rookie Mitch Trubisky. Nick Perry recorded a hat trick with 3 by his lonesome. The Packers pass rush was, in a word, persistent. “Just continue to go,” Perry said. “Effort. Sometimes the first move doesn't work so you have got to continue to press and collapse the pocket and just try to stay alive.
As the Green Bay Packers (4-4) get set to visit the Chicago Bears (3-5) it’s time to get ready for kick with Dave Schroeder’s ‘Fast 5 Pack Facts.’#1 Divisional Destiny: No NFC North team has ever won the division with 3 divisional losses. That is important because Green Bay already had 2 NFC North setbacks coming in. In fact, only 1 division winner in the entire NFL has had 3 divisional losses in the last 3 years. The Packers themselves have not lost 3 games in the NFC North since 2005.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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