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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for December 18, 2013

Zombies, terrible broadcasters, and footballs to the face - it's all here in today's curds.

Ronald Martinez

Today's cheese curds come from a random assortment of places, a bit more random than usual. Furthermore, it doesn't get much more random than the first link, in which the Green Bay Packers' Greg Van Roten gets thrown under the bus for being unprepared in the event of a catastrophic outbreak of zombie fever.

You read that right. Now go click on that link and see what I'm talking about.

Josh Sitton knows how to survive a zombie apocalypse -
Josh Sitton hopes to die defending himself against a swarm of zombies. Not kidding. This dude is the best. Ever.

What's up, Doc? - ESPN Wisconsin
Rodgers: "I've got a lot of respect and trust in Pat McKenzie; I think he does an incredible job for us. But that doesn't mean I'm not going to battle him, though." That's good. Imagine the tension if he didn't respect his doctor?

Green Bay Packers have a workout set for an freaky athletic DT :: NFL Draft Diamonds
This is an unconfirmed report, but Semisi Tokolahi has serious size (6'3", 340) coming out of the University of Washington. Practice squad candidate, perhaps?

Quantifying the best and worst of NFL broadcasting. |
This is a fascinating look at every broadcaster in the NFL. This doesn't address perceived bias (so Joe Buck actually ranks as the best play-by-play man in the business), but rather factual errors, cliches, and completely pointless comments (areas where Chris Myers and Dan Dierdorf "excel").

LaMarr Woodley's release may be unavoidable for Steelers - Behind the Steel Curtain
If Woodley, who just went on Injured Reserve, goes out on the open market, would it be worth a small investment by Ted Thompson to bring in the injury-prone OLB to compete for some playing time?

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin says choosing Le'Veon Bell over Eddie Lacy was an 'easy choice' - Behind the Steel Curtain
Of course he'll say that. He doesn't say whether he made a mistake, though. Personally, I'm more than happy that the choice was easy for Tomlin.

NFL plays of the week: Catches, shoves and tested reflexes -
The Jordy Nelson GIFs get top billing, but stay for the beautiful GIF of the Dolphins' holder getting drilled in the face with the ball.