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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for October 7, 2013

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Curds always taste better after a Packers win. Here's the news roundup from after Sunday's victory.

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Happy Monday, Packers fans! Green Bay's defense played great against the Lions on Sunday and the offense found some big-play spark in the second half as the team coasted to a 22-9 victory over Detroit. Here's a bunch of the media reactions from the game.

Randall Cobb provides spark as Packers thrash Lions - JSOnline
It's a good thing nobody talked much about Randall Cobb running the ball from the backfield during training camp this year. That play was the one that broke the game open.

Acrobatic catches continue for Packers receivers - JSOnline
As Jason suggested on Twitter during yesterday's game, we think Jordy Nelson's new nickname should be "Magic Toes".

Packers offensive line plays well against Lions' tough defensive front - JSOnline
It will be interesting to see how the O-line is graded, but aside from one holding penalty and one sack, I thought they played very well.

Jones' long TD on Rodgers audible jump-starts offense | Packersnews
Gotta love it when your QB recognizes what the defense is giving him and takes advantage of it.

Notebook: Neal, Perry turn up pressure at outside LB | Packersnews
I don't think it's a stretch to say that Mike Neal and Nick Perry had the best games of their careers at outside linebacker.

Clay Matthews of Green Bay Packers has broken thumb, source says - ESPN
Here's hoping he can put a club on that hand and play through it.

Trust, Motivation and Technology: The Mason Crosby Redemption Story | Cheesehead TV
This is pretty awesome. Packers fans should be happy for Crosby - and the team.

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