Pulse of the Pack: Unanswered Prayers

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The 2015 season is in the books with another overtime playoff loss on the road.  The defense, who had carried this team all season long, fell asleep at the worst possible moment and now all that’s left are memories.  Jacob and Jason discuss the Arizona game and talk about the team’s biggest contributors and those who should have done more.  A quick look ahead rounds out the show and the first 2016 offseason edition of Pulse of the Pack!

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Pulse of the Pack is your weekly stop for what’s new with the Green Bay Packers. Jacob Westendorf of Today’s Pigskin and Jason Perone of CheeseheadTV bring “Pulse” to the Packers Talk Network. Be sure to follow the guys on Twitter at @JacobWestendorf and @JasonPerone.

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  1. Jared Abbrederis and Jeff Janis shined like stars last night along with Aaron Rodgers but alas Packers fans–DUMB Capers is STILL the DC in Green Bay and STILL THE ONE to fall down when it’s critical to account for the opponents BEST players at critical times. Capers ABANDONED man to man which had allowed Packers secondary to DOMINATE Cards offense for 2 1/2 quarters before allowing Cards to go up and down the field on GB’s soft ZONE cover over the middle like everybody else has over this season and last. He left Cards BEST WR WIDE OPEN on QB blitz on first play in OT and it cost them a 75 yd play when Fitzgerald was 20 yds open and NO secondary defender within 30-40 YARDS away! Then on the second play from Pack’s own 5 yd line, Fitzgerald lines up IN backfield for shovel pass play and NOBODY touched him till he made the endzone. Last year’s NFC title game, Capers had Tramon Williams, the LEAGUE’S WORST DB, based on QB completion and TD completion rates, covering Seahawks’ #1 WR in OT with NO safety help and it cost Packers a title shot. Last nite, it was even more egregious idiocy–NOBODY even covered the #1 WR and it cost Packers another title shot.

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