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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for November 25, 2013

Today's curds are a little stale. Definitely not moldy, but definitely not fresh either.

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I feel like this picture accurately sums up Sunday's game.
I feel like this picture accurately sums up Sunday's game.
Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

As we try to wrap our heads around the good and bad from yesterday's 26-26 tie between the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings, other people around the internet are trying to do the same. Many of them have come to the same conclusions that we have - that the game sucked in general, but at least it's not a loss, I guess?

Anyway, here are your not-quite-moldy, but certainly not-very-fresh curds for today.

Eddie Lacy's strong performance slowed by asthma - JSOnline
Well, it's a bit of a relief to know that it wasn't a serious injury that took Lacy off the field in overtime, but this will be something to keep an eye on moving forward.

Packers run defense rushes for answers as struggles persist - JSOnline
That was an embarrassment. The run defense played bad, and they should feel bad.

Tim Masthay's punts, Jarrett Bush's coverage make difference
I'll argue that the best player on the field for Green Bay on Sunday is a ginger.

Mike Vandermause column: Make no mistake, this was a victory | Packersnews
Sorry, Mike, but I disagree.

Upon Further Review: Packers Week 12 - ESPN
I didn't disagree with the call to go for two when it was made, and I still think after all is said and done it was the right call. Call me crazy if you want.

"Chips Report" from Week 12 Packers Tie vs. Vikings | Cheesehead TV
No love for Masthay? Otherwise, right on though.

Broncos muffed punt sets up Patriots OT win -
If you didn't stay up all night to watch the end of the game (like I did), here's how it ended late in overtime: with a giant collective Broncos brain fart.

Philip Rivers meets Andy Reid's butt -
So this happened ...

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