Hello Falcon fans! I'm Jabooty from Acme Packing Company here to reach out and answer any questions you may have about the Packers. This may be one of the biggest games in the year as this game may very well determine who will get home field advantage in the playoffs. I'm looking forward to a good one. If the Packers win, we will hold the tie breaker over both Philadelphia and Atlanta. If Atlanta wins, you have a 2 game lead over us and a tie breaker. Big game for both of us.
I think we made history this past Sunday, so watch out Mike Smith. We got 2 opposing Head Coach's fired 2 games in a row (not counting the bye week). Ok, I kid, I kid. Mike Smith has nothing to fear. In fact, we do. Matt Ryan's home record of 18-1 is remarkable! He's nearly unbeatable at home. So I'm looking forward to a great game between 2 solid teams. I watched 2 Falcon games this year: against Baltimore and against St. Louis. I'm very impressed with your offense. Most notably, the 3rd down conversions, the balance, and the rhythm. The offense seems to click on short timed passing routes and a solid running game. The right side of your Offensive Line featues a couple run blocking maulers and do their job very well. They will lining up against BJ Raji, Ryan Pickett, and Clay Mathews out of the base packages. When you spread the field, it will be Raji and Mathews in our Nickel Packages. I'm assuming we'll be playing out of the Nickel the most in this game while you have TE Tony Gonzalez. Would you say that's all a fair analysis of your offense?
Now to open up some questions. What is the best way to beat your offense? St. Louis seemed focused on stopping Micheal Turner, and did well. However, that didn't stop Matt Ryan and the passing attack. Also, I'm not familiar with your defense. Are they best against the run or pass? Who should we watch out for? Who are your best defenders (assuming Abraham is out)?
Now you can feel free to ask as many questions about the Packers as you want. The most common question that we get: How is your team holding up with all the injuries? The answer: Dom Capers and Aaron Rodgers. Our defense was hit hard with the most injuries, but Capers has kept the unit strong. Our offense lost a couple starters, but Rodgers is maintaining. It caused for a slightly less productive season, but he's still producing and I'm not worried.
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