Friday, October 17, 2014

Packers Versus Panthers Preview | Ticket King Green Bay

Packers versus Panthers
Last week, the Green Bay Packers did something they have not done in a long time. Staring defeat in the face with two minutes to go and no timeouts, the Packers offense went down the field after a rough game and won the game in the final moments when tight end Andrew Quarless caught the game winner from Aaron Rodgers with three seconds left. The Packers now come back home for just their third home game of the season so far to take on the Carolina Panthers. Here are some our thoughts heading into the game.

Will Eddie Lacy ever put together a solid string of performances? So far this season, Eddie Lacy has just one 100 yard rushing performance and that was in week five against Minnesota. The Packers offense needs Eddie Lacy to get it going soon, or perhaps it may be time to give more playing time to James Starks and/or Dejaun Harris.

Why is Leroy Guion still starting at nose guard? The Packers defense suffered a serious loss in the preseason when the talented B.J. Raji was lost for the season due to injury. Since then, Leroy Guion has been starting at nose guard, and this makes no sense to us. The Packers always preach about development. Well they have young players in Josh Boyd and Mike Pennel who they are developing. One of those two should be starting instead of Guion. This makes no sense as is right now.

Can Davonte Adams continue to rise? All season we have been calling for another pass catcher besides Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson to step up and start making plays. Well, Devonte Adams appears to be the one rising to the occasion. Adams had a good game last week against the Dolphins and needs to build on that.

Which Packers team will we get? The Green Bay Packers have turned into the New York Giants from a few years ago, meaning that you never know what you are going to get from this bunch. They stuffed Mathew Stafford, broke Jay Cutler in the second half, beat up Ponder all night, and humiliated Ryan Tannehill for the first half. Then they turned around and let Tannehill go crazy with touchdown after touchdown in the second half last week. Can this team show a little bit of consistency on a week to week basis please? At the end of the day, we believe this will be a close battle. Final score: Packers 34 - Panthers 27.

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