There aren't a lot of surprises in today's cheese curds, as the Packers' struggles with injuries continue to be well-documented. One interesting factor, however, is that the play of the special teams needs to improve to help this iteration of the Packers' offense find better field position.
I don't have anything clever to say this morning, other than to go out and enjoy your Friday. To the curds!
Packers' Bostick finding the route to success - JSOnline
Bostick's play over the past couple weeks is making Eric very happy. Hopefully he continues to grow.
Packers OK with Eddie Lacy's odometer - JSOnline
It's rather crazy that Lacy, who had all those injury concerns this spring, has been one of the few consistently health playmakers for the Packers this year.
Special teams success more important with Rodgers sidelined | Packersnews
And they'll likely suffer if Micah Hyde's injury isn't as minor as he expects.
Ponder gives Vikings best chance against Packers | Packersnews
I'm looking forward to a repeat of Ponder's last performance in Lambeau Field.
Tretter works his way back - ESPN Wisconin
Don't expect Tretter to be added back onto the active roster this season, but Jason Wilde breaks down why some practice time in the regular season will help him significantly in the future.
Sacks Down, Rushing Yards Up, Packers Offensive Line to Thank | Cheesehead TV
We can't credit the line enough for their play this season, but they need to improve on their run-blocking performance from the past two weeks.
Breaking Madden: The glorious return of Tecmo Bo Jackson - SBNation.com
The GIF of the goal-line carry is simply incredible.
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