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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers news and links for October 8, 2012

Daily Green Bay Packers news and links, today covering the loss to the Colts, questionable coaching, failing to create turnovers and classless fans.

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Happy Monday, ladies and gentlemen. Yesterday really stunk and I don't have the heart for any kind of real introduction. Here's your daily dose of Green Bay Packers news and links.

Game notes: Crosby says kick was 'weird' |

Yes, 'weird' in the way that it looked like one of my father's golf shots.

Second-half meltdown marks low point for McCarthy | Green Bay Press-Gazette

I think that's fair. It was pretty awful. I can't remember a worse half of football.

The Aftermath: Packers vs. Colts | Cheesehead TV

With an excellent point about turnovers.

No longer mighty, Packers bow to Colts | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

Once again, Bob McGinn is excellent.

More near-misses on takeaways for Packers defense | ESPN Wisconsin

With more talk about the failure to capitalize on potential turnover opportunities.

Packers Collapse? Blame Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers | Jersey Al's

Shots fired.

Tale of two halves: Packers suffer tough loss | FOX Sports Wisconsin

Five things we learned.

More from around SB Nation

Andrew Luck arrives, and more questions about Peyton Manning | SB Nation

The Monday Morning Jones.

NFL Debrief | SB Nation

Catching you up on the big stories you missed.

Week 5 NFL Scores | SB Nation

Recaps from all of Sunday's games.

Bears Vs. Jaguars Recap: Second-Half Surge Propels Chicago to Victory | Windy City Gridiron

"Strange" because the super-elite Bears who the Packers have literally no chance of catching ... were tied 3-3 with the Jacksonville freaking Jaguars in the 3rd quarter.

Eric Winston: Fans cheering Matt Cassel's injury are 'sickening' | Arrowhead Pride

He's right. A lot of the comments in this thread and the AP gamethread made me want to puke.

Vikings Might Actually Be A Good Football Team | Daily Norseman

It took DN five weeks and a 4-1 record to believe it completely. This is why I think 9-7 gets the Packers to the playoffs, especially if three of those next 7 wins come against the Vikings and Bears.