On Sunday, the Green Bay Packers won a game for the first time since Aaron Rodgers got injured, and did so thanks to big performances from players who have been much maligned during the course of this season. Oh, and also, the defense. Yeah, the Packers' defense came up big late in the game, so we've got that going for us.
On to the links!
Hawk on Jarrett Bush: 'He doesn't get tired' - JSOnline
For those asking "Why is Jarrett Bush still on the roster?" he certainly earned his job on Sunday.
Packers' special teams play lives up to its name - JSOnline
There can be no doubt that the third phase of the game was won by the Packers.
Flynn leads the way - ESPN Wisconsin
He looked nothing like the shaken, confused quarterback that he was in Detroit a week and a half ago.
Somehow, Packers still in the division race - Green Bay Packers Blog - ESPN
"Just think where the Green Bay Packers might have been had quarterback Aaron Rodgers not broken his collarbone on Nov. 4." Just think, indeed. But don't really, since it does us no good. The team just needs to go out and win and things should take care of themselves.
Packers happy to remember what a win feels like - FOX Sports Wisconsin
Some reactions from the players in the locker room, including A.J. Hawk talking about finally getting back in the W column and Clay Matthews on the boos that rained down at halftime.
"Chips Report" from Packers Week 14 Win vs. Falcons | Cheesehead TV
Brian is right on in most cases, as you'll see when our Game Balls are up later today, but I take issue with faulting T.J. Lang for his (admittedly weak) tackle attempt on the pick-six. I actually give him some credit for his hustle, since only he and Jarrett Boykin showed any awareness that the play was still going on.
Snow is making NFL Week 14 extremely awesome/difficult - SBNation.com
PLAY ALL THE SNOW GIFS.