Green Bay Packers: Clay Matthews Isn’t the Same Player Atlanta Faced in Week 12

January 14, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Heading into Atlanta on Saturday night, quarterback Aaron Rodgers looks to be the chosen man when it comes to headlines and attention-seeking plays.  With one swift switch in momentum, though, Rodgers is no longer the sole focus on Mike McCarthy's team.
Originally, Falcons wide receiver Roddy White wanted nothing to do with a possible Packer matchup in the Divisional Round.  Prior to last weekend, White expressed his fondness of facing the Seattle Seahawks at home, unaware of the upset Pete Carroll had planned against the New Orleans Saints.
Thanks to a last second Tramon Williams interception against the Philadelphia Eagles, White now finds himself out of luck, but still able to sleep in his own bed.
Throwing a spanner in the works has been the Packers role all season long.  The Chicago Bears may have clinched the NFC North with an 11-5 record, yet Green Bay's pesky ability to maintain stability sees flourishes of danger for any opposing team.
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