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On Monday afternoon, the Green Bay Packers http://www.cowboysprostore.com/orlando-scandrick-jersey-c-1_54.html made a reported roster move official by adding quarterback Joe Callahan to the active roster from the practice squad. Of course, in order to do so the team needed to free up a spot on the 53.
They have done so by placing cornerback Quinten Rollins on injured reserve.
The extent of Rollins’ injury is not yet known, but he appeared to suffer a non-contact injury near the goal line in the second quarter of Sunday’s loss to the Minnesota Vikings. He hobbled off the field and was later taken to the locker room on a cart. Based on the circumstances of the injury and the quickness with which the team placed him on IR, it is possible that this may be a serious knee injury involving one or more torn ligaments, although that is speculation and has not yet been confirmed.
The Packers’ second-round draft pick in 2015, Rollins has been in the midst of a second straight disappointing season. As a rookie Rollins showed flashes that he could become a capable slot corner, as he played in 14 games with four starts and intercepted a pair of passes. When healthy in his second season, he was called upon frequently both in the slot and on the boundary, but struggled through a groin injury that limited him much of the year.
Healthy to start 2017, Rollins opened training camp as one of the team’s starting corners, coming off a strong set of offseason practices. However, he was quickly supplanted by other players and after playing as the team’s primary slot corner through a few games, saw those job duties go to safety Morgan Burnett instead. However, Rollins was pressed into duty in the slot once again in week five against the Cowboys due to Burnett’s injury.
The Packers now have just three cornerbacks who appear to be healthy: Damarious Randall, Josh Hawkins, and Lenzy Pipkins. Both Davon House and http://www.0750xsaf.com/sean-davis-jersey-c-1_50.html rookie Kevin King missed the week six game in Minnesota with injuries and remain uncertain for the team’s next game against the New Orleans Saints.
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Game of Throws: Rodgers injury leaves NFC wide open

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The Arizona Cardinals were desperate for http://www.cmslamp.com/sammie-coates-jersey-c-2_57.html a spark at the running back position following the loss of David Johnson. The acquisition of Adrian Peterson gave them exactly what they needed. Peterson ran for 134 yards and two touchdowns in a 38-33 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday in his Cardinals debut.
Peterson, who had just 81 rushing yards on 27 carries in four games for the New Orleans Saints, had 84 rushing yards in the first half alone. He broke four tackles and ran for 57 yards after contact. He also produced two runs of 15 yards or more.
While it’s only one game, there is no denying the immediate impact that Peterson had on the Arizona offence. The Cardinals had averaged a league-low 51.8 rush yards per game before Week 6. To put that number in perspective, Arizona was on pace to become the first team since 1946 to average fewer than 60 rushing yards per game in a season. The Cardinals had been held to 18 points or fewer in four straight games, which was the longest streak in the NFL before they put up 38 points against the Buccaneers.
Head coach Bruce Arians talked about the energy that Peterson brought to the offence. “I haven’t seen this team run to the locker room at halftime with that much spring in their step in a long time,” Arians said after the game. That energy was evident when Larry Fitzgerald and company celebrated Peterson’s first score with the Cardinals. Arians talked about how the offensive line delivered its best run-blocking performance of the season against the Buccaneers.
While Peterson didn’t have any pass targets, he was on the field for 15 passing plays including Fitzgerald’s 11-yard touchdown on a play-action http://www.steelersprosale.com/maurkice-pouncey-jerseys-c-1_40.html pass early in the second quarter. Establishing the run early helped sell the play-action and added another dynamic to the Arizona offence, which our NFL analyst Jabari Greer explained.
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When fast-pitch was king

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In an era when live summertime http://www.packersprosale.com/jason-spriggs-jersey-c-1_48.html entertainment in small Southern towns proved scarce, one of the hot tickets in Lebanon was admission to fast-pitch softball games at Shell Oiler Park where the Oilers and some of the finest teams in the mid-South battled it out beneath the lights on a dirt infield.
Assembled by local businessman Danny Evins, who opened the first Cracker Barrel Restaurant in 1969, the Shell Oilers flourished from 1965 until 1972. The squad, which finished third in the state its first two seasons, was the first team in the Nashville area to qualify for the nationals after winning the South Atlantic Regionals in August 1971. In mid-September, they competed in the Fast Pitch Softball Championship in Springfield, Mo., where they wound up in 10th place.
Evins, who was 29 when he started the ball club, was the heart and soul of the Shell Oilers as well as its benefactor, covering all the expenses of equipment, uniforms and traveling across the country. He even built one of the finest softball fields of the day, Oiler Park, which was dedicated May 27, 1966, on Coles Ferry Pike. More than 50 years later, the site, now blacktopped, has been transformed into the parking lot for the Jimmy Floyd Center.
Season tickets for Shell Oiler home games cost $15 as the hometown boys played some 15 to 20 games in Lebanon. The facility included dressing rooms for the Oilers and their guests as well as a player lounge where athletes could slip 50 cents in a Coke machine and pull out a Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer in a long-neck bottle. For a time, the gung-ho Evins even had games broadcast live on WCOR Radio with Clyde Harville and Tilford Elkins behind the microphone.
Wilson County natives, brothers Gordon and Bruce Skeen, along with Evins, were likely the only three players who stuck with the team through its eight-year span.
Bruce Skeen, 72, one of Lebanon High School's all-time great athletes, shares a funny anecdote on the team leader, who was one of his best friends.
"Danny Evins was batting once and struck out. If the catcher missed the pitch, and there was nobody on first base, you could run to first just like in baseball. The ball got past the catcher, and everybody hollered at Danny to go to first. Well, he had gotten mixed up after his swing, and he took off for third. This confused the http://www.49ersprosale.com/steve-young-jersey-c-1_11.html catcher, who threw the ball to third, and Bobby Hill, our manager, told Danny to slide, which he did, and the ump down there called him safe," said Bruce, laughing as he talked.
"Then they threw the ball to first base, and the home plate umpire called him out. Danny came into the dugout and said, 'If anybody laughs at me or says one word about that, you won't be on the team tomorrow.'"
Evins' son, Meacham, 58, was bat boy for the Shell Oilers as a lad and later had a stellar pitching career at Friendship Christian School and Tennessee Technological University.
Reflecting on childhood memories forged at Shell Oiler Park, he said, "That's where I learned to play ball, throwing softball underhanded with the players.
"Dad always had to have a project and when he did it, he was in it to win it, period," he says of his father, a right-handed pitcher, who in his prime stood 5-foot-10 and weighed 165 pounds. There were better hurlers on the team, but the senior Evins had pretty good stuff. He won 14 games and lost eight during the 1967 season as the team won 36 games and lost 13. In 1968, he threw a no-hitter against a Tullahoma team, striking out 12 in seven innings.
"He was a good pitcher. He wasn't overpowering. He was smart," said Meacham. "He had a wicked change-up. He was a deceptive pitcher and had a pretty strong arm. He was competitive, but he always was pretty humble. He knew the good pitchers and made sure they got to play. More than anything, I think he facilitated the Oilers."
While his memories as a six-year-old bat http://www.nemiza.com/stephen-paea-jersey-c-1_38.html boy have faded with the years, he remembers several big nights at the ballpark when his father brought in a four-man softball team, the King and His Court, led by super pitcher Eddie Feigner. Tickets for that May 18, 1968, game went for $1.50.
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Wisconsin roundup: Lincoln Hills teacher blames

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IRMA — A teacher at Lincoln Hills beaten by a http://www.dantecubed.com/taco-charlton-jersey-c-2_8.html teenage inmate says a court order to cut back on punishment has the teens "emboldened" and "basically running the show now."
Pandora Lobacz is a longtime teacher at the state's juvenile school for male offenders at Irma — and she tells reporters in Milwaukee and Wausau she had a heart monitor installed after a larger inmate beat her in the face last week. Lobacz blames the July court order from federal Judge James Peterson which ordered reductions in the use of pepper spray, handcuffs, and solitary confinement.
Lobacz also said it's "horrible" that Gov. Scott Walker has never visited Lincoln Hills to see the conditions for himself. The state corrections agency says officials have visited Lincoln Hills often, and major changes have been made as a federal probe treatment of inmates is about to end its third year.
Dems make new pitch for medical marijuana
MADISON — Two Madison area lawmakers are traveling across Wisconsin to try and get more people to support their bill to allow medical marijuana.
For years, Democrats have brought people struggling with pain to the state Capitol for a news conference — and it has never helped, as majority Republicans have turned aside several efforts to allow pot for medicinal purposes. This time, Assembly Democrat Chris Taylor of Madison and Jon Erpenbach of Middleton are taking their case to the people.
They were in La Crosse Tuesday, and they plan to be in Wausau and Green Bay Wednesday and Milwaukee Thursday. They introduced their latest bill in February, and the GOP has not held hearings on it.
Forbes 400: Menard still state’s wealthiest
NEW YORK — John Menard Jr. of Eau Claire is still the wealthiest person in Wisconsin.
The annual Forbes list of the 400 richest Americans has Menard 47th, one spot lower than last year as the head of the Menards' home improvement chain has a net worth of $9.9 billion. Herb Kohler, who chairs the Kohler Co. of Sheboygan County, is 52nd, same as last year with a net worth of $8.5 billion.
Diane Hendricks of ABC Supply in Beloit rose 28 places from last year to No. 122. James Cargill II of Birchwood, an heir to the Cargill food company, is 161st. Four members of the SC Johnson family of Racine are 186th — and Judy Faulkner http://www.officialcowboysprosale.com/terrance-williams-jersey-c-1_2.html of the Epic Systems medical record software firm in Verona, jumped more than 100 places to 219th.
UW medical school dean opposes GOP abortion training limits
MADISON — The dean of the UW-Madison medical school says a bill to limit abortion training would kill the university's program to train all pregnancy health professionals.
Robert Golden made the remark Tuesday at a Senate hearing on a GOP bill to ban UW employees from using private clinics to train medical residents, and performing abortions at non-hospitals. The bill seeks to nullify an agreement between the UW medical school and Planned Parenthood that allows university faculty to train students at the group's clinics.
Golden says it seeks to comply with the law that bans tax resources for abortions — while keeping the school's accreditation for its OB/GYN program. He said the bill would not prevent abortions, but it would weaken a program that addresses a shortage of OB/GYN across the state.
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Eye On the Seahawks: Breaking down the matchup

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Giants http://www.cowboysprostore.com/tyrone-crawford-jersey-c-1_37.html hope to extend one development while ending another when they host the Seattle Seahawks Sunday in MetLife Stadium. After earning their first victory of the season Sunday night in Denver, the Giants will try to take two consecutive victories into their bye week. To do so, they must end their three-game losing streak to the Seahawks, who defeated them in 2011, 2013 and 2014.
The first two of those games were played here. The Giants lead the series that dates to 1976, 9-8. They last faced the Seahawks on Nov. 9, 2014, a 38-17 loss in Seattle. The teams last met in New Jersey on Dec. 15, 2013, when the Seahawks won, 23-0. Seattle won two games before its bye and arrives with a 3-2 record. The Giants are 1-5.
What is the Seahawks’ biggest strength?
A talented and cohesive defense. Eight of the 11 starters have played in the same system together for five years. The four-man secondary – cornerbacks Jeremy Lane (six years) and Richard Sherman (seven) and safeties Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor (eight apiece) -- is as cohesive a unit as there is in the NFL. The Seahawks have 2016 Pro Bowlers on every level of their defense: ends Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril (who is headed for injured reserve with a neck injury), middle linebacker Bobby Wagner, and Sherman. Lane was inactive vs. the Rams with a groin injury. Thomas and Chancellor form the best safety duo in football. Kris Richard is in his third season as the defensive coordinator, but his 11th on Seattle’s staff. This is a talented, aggressive, intelligent, experienced and determined group of defenders.
Which player is key to the Seahawks’ offense?
Russell Wilson makes the offense go. Few quarterbacks frustrate opponents as much, or are as good at making plays outside the pocket. Wilson forces defensive backs to cover a large area for an extended period of time, and he has great touch and is an accurate thrower on the move. Although he prefers to pass, Wilson is Seattle’s second-leading rusher with 154 yards, including 62 yards on nine third-down runs. Wilson’s 90.6 passer rating is 14th in the NFL, but his fourth-quarter rating of 128.5 is the league’s http://www.0750xsaf.com/senquez-golson-jersey-c-1_37.html best by a wide margin. Wilson has thrown five touchdown passes and no interceptions in the fourth quarter. Seattle’s formula for success is to protect the football (five giveaways in five games), convert third downs (42.9%, ninth in the league), and let Wilson create big plays.
What is the strength of the Seahawks’ offense?
Their talent at the skill positions. Although it sometimes seems as if Wilson could win as a solo act, he has plenty of support. Leading rusher Chris Carson was placed on injured reserve with an ankle injury, but Eddie Lacy is a veteran who has run for more than 3,500 career yards. Thomas Rawls is also in the mix. Wide receiver Doug Baldwin and tight end Jimmy Graham are Wilson’s go-to targets. Both of them move around the formation in an attempt to create mismatches, and they have combined for 48 catches and two touchdowns. Baldwin usually lines up in the slot and has been Wilson’s most-targeted receiver for four consecutive seasons. Paul Richardson and Tyler Lockett have very good deep speed.
Which player is key to the Seahawks’ defense?
It’s possible to select any one of seven players, but we’ll go with Thomas, a ballhawking centerfielder with excellent instincts. He was selected the NFC Defensive Player of the Week after his performance in Seattle’s most http://www.cmslamp.com/senquez-golson-jersey-c-2_52.html recent game, a victory against the Rams in Los Angeles on Oct. 8, when he had seven tackles (six solo), an interception and a forced fumble.
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Plenty of ups, downs for Seahawks' rookie class so far this

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SEATTLE — The Seahawks rose to prominence http://www.steelersprosale.com/mel-blount-jerseys-c-1_35.html under coach Pete Carroll with NFL draft classes that quickly announced their presence, almost absurdly.
In 2010 first-round picks Russell Okung (left tackle) and Earl Thomas (free safety) stepped into starting roles from day one. Receiver Golden Tate and strong safety Kam Chancellor gave early glimpses of what was to come.
In 2011, mid-round picks K.J. Wright (linebacker) and Richard Sherman (cornerback) became starters in the first half of their rookie season, beginning to transform the defense into a juggernaut.
In 2012, quarterback Russell Wilson and middle linebacker Bobby Wagner became immediate stars, lifting the Seahawks to Super Bowl contending status, seemingly overnight.
It would be nice to get that kind of immediate help every year. But there is a reason those three drafts are considered among the top five or so in the franchise’s 42 years — that just doesn’t happen very often.
Which brings us to the 2017 draft class, which got off to a rocky start in July when the Seahawks’ first pick, defensive lineman Malik McDowell, suffered a severe concussion in an ATV accident. He has yet to practice, and it’s uncertain if he will play this season. He was cleared two weeks ago to begin conditioning.
And the draft class took another hit Oct. 1 when running back Chris Carson — who was emerging as the most pleasant surprise of the entire draft — suffered an ankle injury that required surgery. He is out at least two months.
But as the season takes another turn — from the bye week to finishing with 11 games in 11 weeks — Seattle will hope for increasing impact from much of the rest of its draft class, beginning with Sunday when second-round pick Ethan Pocic is expected to make his debut filling in, along with veteran Mark Glowinski, at left guard for the injured Luke Joeckel.
Here’s an update on the entire 11-man class:
Round 2, Pick 35 — Malik McDowell, DE: As noted above, McDowell has begun conditioning with trainers, a significant step. Seattle has a http://www.officialsteelersprosale.com/doug-legursky-jerseys-c-1_91.html six-week window from now through Week 11 when it can activate McDowell from the Non-Football Injury list and have him return to practice. He could then practice for up to three weeks before he needs to be placed on either the 53-man roster or Injured Reserve. The key will be to watch each week if McDowell returns to practice. If so, there’s a good chance he’ll play this season. But if he has not returned to practice by Week 11, his season would be over.
Round 2, Pick 58 — Ethan Pocic, OL: Pocic has been active every game this season as the backup center and guard. He hasn’t been needed, though he has played 41 snaps on special teams. But that is expected to change Sunday with Seattle coaches saying Pocic likely will split time with Glowinski at left guard. Whoever plays better is likely to take over until Joeckel can return. It’s hard to know what to expect out of Pocic, and Seattle will give him time to develop.
Round 3, Pick 90 — Shaquill Griffin, CB: Griffin, who many thought could make an immediate impact given the needs in the secondary, hasn’t disappointed — his 256 snaps are by far the most of anyone in the rookie class. He has been a regular in the nickel package and against the Rams moved into the starting lineup in the base defense with Jeremy Lane sidelined. He could fill that role again this week, or even keep the job even when Lane returns.
Round 3, Pick 95 — Delano Hill, S: Hill has played just four snaps on defense as a backup strong safety but has played 45 snaps on special http://www.authenticsteelerssales.com/terry-bradshaw-jersey-c-1_20.html teams. The hope is that Seattle’s starting safeties stay healthy, making this a developmental year for Hill.
Round 3, Pick 102 — Nazair Jones, DT: Jones has fulfilled the Seahawks’ hopes this season, serving as a regular in the rotation at tackle — he has 101 snaps, third-most of any rookie and sixth-most of any defensive lineman.
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The APC Podcast: Fallout from Aaron Rodgers' injury & listen

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A subdued start to this week’s http://www.divasta.com/richard-sherman-jersey-c-1_14.html podcast (Given the devastating loss of Aaron Rodgers) quickly gives way to spirited talk of Brett Hundley, Mike McCarthy, and Kyler Fackrell. As you sulk through the workweek wondering what’s next, let the APC Pod crew offer a pep talk and a shoulder to lean on. And remember — Everybody hurts. Sometimes.
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Matthews, Packers veterans look to rally team with Rodgers o

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GREEN BAY, Wis. — In the visiting http://www.cowboysprostore.com/taco-charlton-jersey-c-1_56.html locker room after Green Bay lost to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, the Packers spoke of how they’d rally behind backup Brett Hundley in the absence of injured quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Not linebacker Clay Matthews. He called Rodgers’ broken collarbone — a potentially season-ending injury — “disheartening.” With injuries atop of injuries, Matthews said the “next-man up” mentality was “being thrown to the wolves.”
On Thursday, Matthews struck a more optimistic tone as the Packers get ready for Sunday’s home game against the New Orleans Saints.
“At first, you can’t help but have this kind of doomsday mentality,” Matthews said. “When your quarterback goes down, I don’t care if it’s Aaron or anyone else, that’s the thing that makes the team go.”
Like Rodgers, Matthews is one of the veteran leaders on the Packers. He and Rodgers are friends as well as TV commercial co-stars.
After a tough start to the week, Matthews likes the way the team has practiced.
“If anything, I think it’s put a little bit more focus on every other position, every other guy in this locker room,” Matthews said. “We’re all behind Brett now, and we’ve all got to pick our game up. It’s going to be tough sledding, but we’re up for the challenge.”
It will be a big challenge against the Saints, who have won three straight after dropping their first two games.
Quarterback Drew Brees has given the Packers fits, with six 300-yard passing games in six starts. In their previous matchup, a 44-23 rout by the Saints in New Orleans in 2014, Brees threw for 311 yards and had almost as many touchdown passes (three) as incompletions (five).
“They’ve really been picking up steam, and you don’t have to look any further than last week’s game against Detroit,” Matthews said of the Saints’ 52-38 victory. “They’re going to air it out. Drew’s kind of the thing that makes that whole offense tick.”
Without Rodgers leading one of the NFL’s top offenses, the team’s key defenders know their unit must pick up some of the slack. Defensive coordinator Dom Capers was happy about the team’s two takeaways against Minnesota, http://www.0750xsaf.com/rocky-bleier-jersey-c-1_76.html and an injury-riddled secondary could get back starting cornerbacks Davon House and Kevin King.
“I think … it will actually push guys to play a lot harder knowing that they have a different quarterback back there,” safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix said. “I’m excited about it, man. The defensive guys are excited about it. We’re ready to roll.”
NOTES: Besides Rodgers, G Lane Taylor (ankle) and S Morgan Burnett (hamstring) did not practice. LT David Bakhtiari (hamstring) and RT Bryan Bulaga were limited, with Bulaga still in the concussion protocol. … Matthews took exception to Minnesota LB Anthony Barr’s hit on Rodgers, which resulted in the broken collarbone: “I’m not going to go as far as to say hits are dirty, because I’m sure plenty of fans from all sorts of teams have said the same thing about me,” Matthews said. “It’s unfortunate it happened but surprised that there wasn’t a flag. Obviously, I’m going to say I would’ve pulled off on that but if that was their quarterback, I think it’s at the statute of limitations where you need to pull off.”
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First Look: Injuries everywhere for Green Bay Packers team w

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RADIO: WWL-AM, 870; WWL-FM, 105.3 in New Orleans; KMDL-FM, 97.3 in Lafayette; WDGL-FM, 98.1 in Baton Rouge; en español, WGSO-AM, 990, FM, 97.9
RECORDS: New Orleans 3-2; Green Bay 4-2
COACHES: Saints, Sean Payton, 11th http://www.cmslamp.com/mike-wagner-jersey-c-2_6.html season, 97-68; Packers, Mike McCarthy, 12th season, 118-63
PACKERS BREAKDOWN
LAST WEEK: A season with Super Bowl hopes suffered a crushing blow when two-time MVP Aaron Rodgers was knocked out with a broken collarbone, an injury that could potentially cost Rodgers the rest of the season. Unable to solve Minnesota's defense without Rodgers, the Packers lost 23-10 to the Vikings in Minneapolis.
OFFENSE: With Rodgers headed for surgery, the Packers will turn to backup Brett Hundley, a third-year quarterback who Green Bay has been grooming for three years. Hundley completed 18-of-33 passes for 157 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions against Minnesota's punishing defense, but the Packers are high on the UCLA product. Hundley, like Rodgers, has exceptional mobility and a strong arm. The problem for Hundley is that Rodgers is far from the only injury affecting Green Bay. Three of the Packers' starting five offensive linemen — LT David Bakhtiari (hamstring), RT Bryan Bulaga (concussion) and LG Lane Taylor (knee/ankle) — left the game against the Vikings with injury, leaving only C Corey Linsley and Saints legend Jahri Evans as sure bets to play in front of Hundley on Sunday. Battered by injury all season, the Packers have started a different offensive line combination in every single game so far and allowed 23 sacks, tied with Detroit for worst in the league. If the Packers' line or Hundley's legs can give him time, though, Green Bay has exceptional skill players. Wide receivers Davante Adams (28 catches, 339 yards), Randall Cobb (26 catches, 246 yards) and Jordy Nelson (25 catches, 290 yards) form a devastating trio, although Nelson has been banged up. Tight end Martellus Bennett is a load, and the running back combination of Aaron Jones and Ty Montgomery has had its moments, but the injuries have been crippling.
DEFENSE: The Packers secondary has been hit hard by injury. Green Bay opened Sunday's game without starting cornerbacks Kevin King (concussion), Davon House (quadriceps) and safety Morgan Burnett (hamstring), then lost cornerback Quinten Rollins to injured reserve with an Achilles injury. Cornerback Damarious Randall, who has two interceptions this season, and Pro Bowl safety HaHa Clinton-Dix are healthy, and the Packers might get some of those starters back this week, but the secondary was peppered with rookies and backups against Minnesota. Green Bay's defense ranks 14th overall and 18th in http://www.steelersprosale.com/roosevelt-nix-jerseys-c-1_14.html yards per play allowed, led mostly by the front seven. Clay Matthews and Nick Perry still form a formidable pair of pass rushers off the edges, and Matthews is devastating when he shifts to blitz from inside. Nose tackle Kenny Clark and interior rusher Mike Daniels are both talented, and second-year linebacker Blake Martinez has blossomed, leading Green Bay with 48 tackles and six tackles-for-loss. For all of that talent, though, the Packers have merely been middle-of-the-road on defense this season, ranking 19th in rushing yards allowed per play and 18th in passing yards per play.
SPECIAL TEAMS: Kicker Mason Crosby has a consistent and powerful leg. Rookie punter Justin Vogel and the coverage unit is limiting opposing return men to just 3.5 yards per return. Green Bay's return game is nowhere near as dangerous as Detroit's; Trevor Davis has speed but lacks Jamal Agnew's track record.
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Joe Starkey: The Steelers are getting carried

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I was talking with guard David DeCastro about http://www.divasta.com/mark-glowinski-jersey-c-1_12.html this wildly talented, often-frustrating Steelers offense before the game in Kansas City, and I wondered if it’s the kind of offense that should be able to morph into any form it desires on a given Sunday.
“We have the talent,” DeCastro said. “Whether that’s 80 passes with Ben dinking and dunking on ’em, whether it’s running the ball, play-action, it just doesn’t matter.”
We could all agree with that in theory, I’m sure. But in practice, the Steelers have very much become Le’Veon Bell’s team.
They have, in keeping with much of their history, become a team whose winning formula begins with a Bell-cow back. To an almost frightening extent in this case. Check it out:
Steelers record when Bell carries the ball at least 20 times: 24-3.
• Steelers record when Bell carries fewer than 20 times: 10-16.
Which leads to the wonderful dilemma facing coach Mike Tomlin and offensive coordinator Todd Haley. A dilemma any team in the NFL would love to have.
On one hand, the Steelers have the best running back — maybe the best player — in the league and a proven method for winning: GIVE THAT GUY THE BALL.
They have never lost a game in which Bell carried at least 25 times (9-0).
Everything the Steelers do, it seems, they do better when Bell is pounding away. Their offense settles down. Their passing game frees up, particularly the play-action part (note the 26-yard pass to Vance McDonald on first down from http://www.aescranna.com/jon-ryan-jersey-c-1_48.htmlthe 1-yard line in Kansas City). Their defense stays fresh.
Troy Polamalu once told me how much his defenses appreciated that kind of formula. This one does, too.
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