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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers news and links for Tuesday, November 27

Daily Green Bay Packers news and links, today on Greg Jennings, the o-line, and masking deficiencies.


Happy Tuesday, ladies and gentlemen. I got a bit caught up in other things yesterday and couldn't get to Cheese Curds, but we should run through the rest of the week, every morning. In today's edition, we have stories about the team's poor offensive line play, Greg Jennings, and some general analysis pieces. You'll also be thrilled to learn that the NFL will not suspend Ndamukong Suh for the maybe accidental/maybe intentional kick to the groin of Matt Schaub.

Lack of execution pass-protection problem |

Look at that subhead. UGH.

Offense needs Jennings back on the field | Green Bay Press-Gazette

Jennings' precision route-running and ability to get open quickly masks the team's massive pass blocking deficiency. Hey, speaking of that!

Masking Deficiencies Key to Returning to Elite Level | Cheesehead TV

We see teams without major flaws something like twice a decade. Sometimes, they don't even win the Super Bowl. Long story stort, Brian is right on the money with this.

Rodgers, Packers thrown on their backs | FOX Sports Wisconsin

Paul Imig gives out grades. They're not pretty.

Ndamukong Suh won't be suspended for kick on Matt Schaub | Pride of Detroit

There was a lot more grey area in this incident than the EDS one last year.

Panthers hand Eagles 7th straight loss |

All of last night's coverage of the game.

Titans Fire Offensive Coordinator Chris Palmer | Music City Miracles

He wasn't getting the job done with adequate talent, and they have an assistant who deserved an audition.

RGIII, Andrew Luck and a new golden age for rookie QBs |

It's insane how good these two guys are.