Before we talk about anything regarding football today, I want to remind everyone to keep the victims of the 9/11 attacks and their families in their thoughts today.
The Packers have a quick turnaround this week, and they're already preparing for the Chicago Bears, who they face on Thursday. Mike McCarthy and his staff have plenty to correct ahead of that game, most of it having to do with the running game on both sides of the ball. In today's daily dose of Green Bay Packers news and links, we hear a lot about that.
Unfortunately, because of my other job commitments, I did not have time to read through my colleagues' stories today and Cheese Curds is abbreviated.
Packers rush and go nowhere | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
One of many stories around the papers and blogs about the Packers' poor running game.
McCarthy wants better rush average | Packers.com
Here's another one, with exactly the kind of stuff I want to hear from McCarthy.
New receiving weapons open up Bears' offense | Green Bay Press-Gazette
Here's Pete Dougherty's scouting report on the Bears.
Why do the Packers Throw Deep on 3rd and Short? | Jersey Al's
It would make sense if they had a running game that anyone respected.
I Still Love Jarrett Bush... But Yes, It's Time for Sam Shields | Cheesehead TV