Green Bay Packers Vs. New York Jets: What Charles Woodson, Co. Need to Do

October 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Green Bay has had its share of ups and downs so far this season, and Sunday night should have been no surprise to anyone either.
The Packers played the same game and barely squeaked out a win against the Vikings.
But they still won it.
The defense came up huge and won the game. Desmond Bishop took a wobbly Brett Favre pass to the house and put the Packers' winning score on the board.
Reminiscent of Charles Woodson against the Lions? Absolutely.
The defense is the story this season, because the second half offense isn't there. No matter what happens, the run game has been faltering, and defenses are geared up to defend the pass once they get a look at halftime. For some reason, it just isn't working.
But big play defense is still a possibility in Green Bay. Woodson is the obvious leader right now, but other players are going to have to step up and make big plays if they want to be successful against the efficient Jets offense. Tramon Williams has been filli...

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