Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers news and links for December 4, 2012

Jeff Hanisch-US PRESSWIRE

Daily Green Bay Packers news and links, today focusing on tackling, pass blocking, and Don Barclay.

Happy Tuesday, ladies and gentlemen. Completely off topic: Who stayed up for the entire Monday Night Football game last night? That was a great game and totally worth my time. Anyway, today we have an abbreviated version of Cheese Curds, but some good stories to pick from. A lot of people are talking about Don Barclay, and are going to continue to talk about him until he's not playing anymore. We also have some good stuff from McCarthy on tackling and pass protection.

Mike McCarthy not satisfied with Packers' tackling | Packers.com

And why should he be? It's been poor. Adrian Peterson is hard to bring down, so they get a slight pass for this week, but in general it hasn't been good enough.

Packers dialing the help hot-line | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

A lot of stuff here on whether or not we're going to see more backs and tight ends left in to help with protection.

Barclay could get his shot | ESPN Wisconsin

Anyone here opposed to giving him a start and moving Lang back inside?

Don Barclay: Who is This Guy? | Jersey Al's

A bit of a short bio and some background info, for those who are unaware.

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