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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for September 16, 2013

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Take a quick victory lap around the Packers blogosphere with today's Curds.

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Ahh, the sweet taste of victory - it never gets old. The Green Bay Packers earned a solid win yesterday to bring their record back even at 1-1, and it was a thoroughly satisfying win - the offense found balance with a running game, Aaron Rodgers brought his A game, and the defense held RG3 completely in check until the game was already out of hand.

Let's take a spin around the internet and find out what people are talking about today.

Michael Hunt - This year's Packers team looks like it could be special - JSOnline
Don't get too low after a loss, don't get too high after a win. One game at a time, Michael.

Redskins split on noise level at Lambeau - JSOnline
Hmm. There appears to be no consensus on whether the new additions really did anything for the crowd noise. Or perhaps it's sour grapes from a team that just lost handily.

Effective run game makes Rodgers even more lethal | Packersnews
It's like we knew that would happen! But be honest - who saw that day coming from James Starks?

Instead of complaining, Jones rebounds - ESPN Wisconsin
I loved the way Rodgers threw the ball around the field and got his big four receivers involved yesterday. Let's have more of that, please.

ESPN Wisconsin - 09/15/13 Starks no longer 'on the bubble'
James Jones on Starks: "He tried to punish people, tried to finish runs." Indeed, and he made Brandon Meriweather pay for leading with his helmet, too.

"Chips Report" from Week 2 Packers Win vs. Washington | Cheesehead TV
Not much of a surprise who gets a blue chip this week.

Finally, we have this great tweet from the NFL Network's morning show:

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