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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for September 19, 2013

Greg Jennings can't seem to keep himself out of the news where the Packers are concerned. Are you sick of this yet like I am?

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Did you think the regular season's arrival would stop the Greg Jennings Packer-bashing news? Keep dreaming. We came up with a solution, though, and it involves cloning Christian Ponder. Anyway, there's actually some legitimate news and previews relating to the upcoming game against Cincinnati, so let's get to those before the Jennings circus.

A.J. Green may gallop Sunday, but that won't guarantee a Bengals win - JSOnline
He's like Calvin Johnson for the Detroit offense - the only really major receiving threat on his team. Start him if you've got him on your fantasy team, but he won't be the deciding factor in the game.

Packers' Jeremy Ross needs more happy returns - JSOnline
And also a reminder that there's nothing wrong with taking a knee in the end zone sometimes.

Bakhtiari quietly off to good start at left tackle | Packersnews
We'll discuss his grades from the first two games later on today, but the fact that we haven't been talking about Bakh much is a great sign.

Little known about Packers' secondary plans for Sunday | Packersnews
Does Williams move inside to make room for House in the nickel this week? Or does Micah Hyde keep working in the slot? Perhaps only Dom Capers and company know.

Greg Jennings Allegedly Signs "Packers Suck" with His Autograph | Cheesehead TV
I'm so sick of this guy and these stories. I can't wait for the team to prove him wrong twice this year.

Jennings saga is what sucks - ESPN Wisconsin
"With the stroke of a Sharpie, Vikings wide receiver Greg Jennings is back in the news. Either he's done a "heel" turn or we never really knew him at all." All I'm saying is you don't hear Desmond Bishop talking. That says something, right?

Breaking Madden: Geno Smith goes to Football Hell -
Click for the GIFs of Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez playing wide receiver, but stay for another Jon Bois Madden experiment gone horribly, horribly right. My next suggestion to Jon for his Madden series: if Jennings likes Ponder so much, create 10 Ponders and make Jennings play on offense with all of them and see what happens.

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