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On Rodgers, The Pass Defense, Security, and Randall Cobb

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There was a lot to be said after the Green Bay Packers defeated the Denver Broncos.

Tom Oates: Rodgers' brilliance not to be overlooked amid thrilling weekend. Six touchdowns scored even drew some praise from Broncos head coach John Fox.

Packers coaches looking to fix safety problem of leaky unit - JSOnline. Did you see WR Brandon Lloyd running wild? A combination of inexperience by Morgan Burnett and the continued absence of Nick Collins has a lot to do with it. Burnett is good, but he still plays like a rookie (only 8 games of NFL experience). He should continue to improve.

X's & O's: Decker's TD Reception | Cheesehead TV. Anything written by "Paul Ott Carruth" on the nuts and bolts of the game is worth reading. His basic point on Charles Woodson is well taken. While Woodson made a big play on an INT he returned for a TD earlier in the game, he gambled and lost on a later touchdown. Maybe we'll just have to expect the Packers defense to surrender a ton of yards each week, but force multiple turnovers.

Packers vs. Broncos: 5 Observations from Green Bay's 49-23 Romp Over Denver | AllGreenBayPackers.Com. I like Zach's list of every touchdown Rodgers scored.

PACKERVILLE, U.S.A.: Treasures from Green Bay. As usual, Mr. Lambeau has some great pictures. And a little bit more on the Lambeau Field security fiasco.

Mea Culpa, Randall Cobb. | While I expected he'd be good, he's been better than I expected too. He's had few opportunities as the No. 5 WR, but he's 4th overall in receiving yards despite having only 8 passes thrown to him in his first four games.