On Sunday, the Green Bay Packers will host the Indianapolis Colts in week nine, but they will do so with yet another question mark at cornerback.
It seems that someone has put a curse on the Packers' corners this year, as just about every player at the position has been injured at some point. The latest player to miss practice time is Demetri Goodson, who has yet to participate since last Sunday.
Meanwhile, the Packers' one big external free agent signing this season has been on the bench most of the season with an injury, but his fellow tight end has failed to impress at all. In fact, the Packers' production from their tight ends is among the worst in the NFL this season.
Check out those items and much more in today's Cheese Curds.
Packers' secondary plans keep shifting | Packersnews.com
Before you can put together your game plan, you have to know who's available and who's out - or at least get a best and worst case idea. The cornerback unit in Green Bay has been a mess of late, but that game-planning has done wonders for young LaDarius Gunter.
Packers tight ends not producing with or without Jared Cook - ESPN
Only the Jets have worse production from their tight end unit - a disappointing sign for a team that was supposed to have a new weapon down the middle and a rejuvenated Richard Rodgers for the red zone.
Here’s how the Vikings’ offense can get back on track without Norv Turner - SBNation.com
Moving to more of a West Coast offense approach could help the Vikings' offensive line by getting the football out of Sam Bradford's hands more quickly.
FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS Analysis | Week 8 DVOA Ratings
Fascinating - field goal kickers are bad from long distance this year - down from 66% last year through week 8 to 52% this season.