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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for November 20, 2013

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The Packers' quarterback has a collarbone fracture and a Movember 'stache that's either brilliant or awful, depending on your viewpoint. In today's curds, we have news on his injury and a far worse QB mustache for you to see.

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Aaron Rodgers and the Packers' defense - injuries to that one player and ineffectiveness by an entire unit have put the Packers on the brink of complete collapse. Unsurprisingly, they are the subject of today's cheese curds, in which we wait for practice this afternoon to find out if any more injured players will make it back to the field this week against the Vikings.

So you're tellin' me there's a chance - ESPN Wisconsin
Rodgers on his collarbone: "At this point, it really comes down to risk evaluation and the risk-reward: The risk of displacing it, and having a three- to five-month recovery, compared to if I could actually go through the motions and be effective."

Packers Defense Needs Transformational Change | Cheesehead TV
CD from CTV takes a look at the defense as a cook's kitchen and makes the case for a switch back to the 4-3. It's been discussed in the comments, but is it really worthwhile?

OL Bryan Collins Released from Packers Practice Squad | Cheesehead TV
Lost on Tuesday was this small bit of news - the Packers will likely fill the practice squad spot shortly.

Does Anybody Care About Greg Jennings Returning to Lambeau? | AllGreenBayPackers.Com
Nope. We have our own issues to worry about right now.

Rules: Breaking Down the Final Play - Pats Pulpit
This is a great breakdown of the last play in that Patriots game using the actual NFL rulebook.

Post-Mortem, Week 11: Feast or famine in Detroit - SBNation.com
If you think Rodgers' Movember mustache is bad, then you haven't seen Phillip Rivers'. Click and be amazed.

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