From the Armchair: Green Bay Packers Week 17

12/29/13 in NFL   |   kantwistaye   |   4215 respect

Dec 29, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall (15) is comforted by Green Bay Packers cornerback Tramon Williams (38) after the game at Soldier Field. Green Bay won 33-28. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY SportsRandall Cobb and some guy named Aaron Rodgers came back after missing extensive time for this week's winner take all match up against the Bears. It ended up being a pretty big deal.

For the second week in a row, the Packers dominated the 1st half but the score again was not as reflective of that as it should've been.   Blog Photo - From the Armchair: Green Bay Packers Week 17And again, the opponent took control of the 2nd half immediately and had control of the most of the rest of the game.  That was until the Packers defense made a key stop and gave the offense the ball with just under six and a half minutes to go.  The next drive for the Packers was slow, methodical, and a bit frustrating right until the final play of the drive. Rodgers to Cobb, 48 yards, no one in sight. 33-28. Game Ovah (after sweating out some Cutler to gigantic receiver heaves).

The Packers now move onto the playoffs where we will host the 49ers.  The offense is as healthy as we can really hope for.  Rodgers is back, our top 4 receivers are healthy, Andrew Quarless has figured out his role as the number one tight end, Lacy is a little tinged up however James Starks has looked good as back up running back.  If we can make these games a shootout, we'll have a chance.  Considering we were third in the division a few weeks ago, I won't complain no matter what happens.




As for the Bears? This about sums up everything.


 
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