Green Bay Packers: Things We Learned Against Philadelphia

January 10, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the conclusion of the Packers-Eagles game, there were some things that we learned from Green Bay's win. They started off quickly and, in the second half, died out relatively quickly.
The Packers were a team on a mission in the first half. It seemed nothing could stop their high powered offense. Aaron Rodgers threw for 180 yards and three touchdowns, completing 66.7 percent of his passes. 
The defense was just as good. They were their dominant selves in the first half, holding Philadelphia to only three points.
Then the second half came and the thoughts of the Eagles' Week 15 match against the Giants were quickly filling every Packers fan's mind.
Philadelphia almost did it. But that is the key word: almost.
We learned the following things from that game.
James Starks Should Start at Running Back
Throughout the entire game, Starks showed why he should start at running back over the atrocious Brandon Jackson. He should ...

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