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

Pizza, Chili, and FIDO - it's a really random batch of links today, everyone.

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Good morning, Packers fans, and welcome to the midweek blues of the bye week. Hopefully we'll find out a little more about the severity of the injuries to various Packers, but we'll have to wait a while on that. In the meantime, at least we can be grateful that our team's players have the common sense to order pizza for delivery rather than pick-up. On to the links!

Still missing key pieces, Packers secondary remains confident - JSOnline
Of the words "great", "special", and "promising", only the third one applies in my head right now, and only because they'll hopefully get two of the best players back in two weeks.

Packers rookie David Bakhtiari holding up under fire - JSOnline
I love this saying - "FIDO" - F*** It, Drive On. It's a great saying for an offensive lineman.

Shields impressive in shut down of Bengals WR Green | Packersnews
Extend this guy's contract NOW.

Notebook: Rodgers chalks up sideline exchange with McCarthy to 'competitiveness' | Packersnews
Not a disagreement over the better Cincinnati fast-food chili chain? (Skyline's totally better than Gold Star, for the record.)

Iloka gets fined $15,000 for hit on Finley | ProFootballTalk
Huh. I thought that hit deserved a flag but not a fine. You never know with the NFL anymore.

NFL Draft stock report: Arizona State's Jaelen Strong looks pro ready -
Curious about the big movers in the first month of college football? SBNation's Dan Kadar has you covered.

Nate Burleson breaks arm in car accident saving falling pizza -
Yes, you read that headline right. Only in Detroit, folks.

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