Veteran QBs Look To Continue Abuse on the Green Bay Packers Defense

May 31, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Packers had a major problem with the Vikings, Steelers, Cardinals, and even the Bengals with Carson Palmer. As announcers and reporters around the world have pointed out, these teams all had veteran quarterbacks.
This year the Packers face three veteran threats to their secondary.

In the first battle against the Vikings in 2009 Favre wasn’t sacked and rarely got hit. He managed to throw 271 yards and three touchdowns winning 30-23.
Four weeks later, Favre was able to escape without taking a sack against the Packers. His completion average was 60 percent with only 28 passes thrown, but he did manage to throw for four touchdowns with only 244 yards.
In order to stop the Vikings, the Packers must put pressure on Favre every single pass play. With that pressure could come a forced pass right into Charles Woodson’s hands. Maybe the old guy even goes down a few times. With the Vikings failing to gain momentum in the pass game, last years number one ru...

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