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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for September 24, 2014

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Was it the offensive line or Eddie Lacy that struggled more against the Lions? Probably a bit of both.

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Welcome to Wednesday, Packers fans. We're midway between divisional games in weeks three and four, and as such Curds are a mix of reviewing the last game (that ugly loss in Detroit) and the next (the upcoming battle in Chicago).

While we look at struggling players on offense, there are players on the other side of the ball who have been stacking up some impressive performances. Davon House is among them, and is looking like the expanded role he's seeing as the nickel corner is suiting him well.

Oh, and that Rodgers guy has a message for Packers fans.

What You Might've Missed: They invited the Packers to run the ball |
Well, this is extremely frustrating. If you can't have success on the ground against a six-man front, there's something seriously wrong.

Will Eddie Lacy snap out of it? |
Tyler Dunne puts a good portion of the blame squarely on Eddie Lacy's shoulders, suggesting that he's not finding the appropriate cutback lanes on the inside and is too eager to try to bounce to the outside.

House gaining confidence after limiting Johnson |
Davon House has put together some solid performances to start the year. It seems like it happens every year that we talk about him being impressive to start, but he certainly has to this point.

R-E-L-A-X | ESPN Wisconsin
That's Aaron Rodgers' message to "everybody out there in Packer land."

Packers CB Tramon Williams: "You Can't Take Winning for Granted" | Cheesehead TV
"Hopefully we'll go in (to Chicago) and get a win. It's going to be a tough opponent again, as usual. All division games are."

Eli Manning, Giants buying into new offensive system -
Former Packers coach Ben McAdoo is starting to get the Giants going, with a huge rushing day against the Texans last Sunday.

Absurd power rankings: The NFL teams best prepared to have a wideout play QB -