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This week on the show: In the spirit of debate season, Eric and Barry go point-counterpoint on all the biggest local, state and national sports issues.
Early off week may come at a good time with defensive starters hurting
Aaron Rodgers threw for 205 yards and four touchdowns, including two in the first half to Jordy Nelson, and the Green Bay Packers snapped out of their offensive funk before holding off the Detroit Lions for a 34-27 win Sunday.
If defensive tackle Letroy Guion can't play on Sunday against Detroit because of a knee injury, Kenny Clark should be in line for much more playing time in the home opener at Lambeau Field.
“I have great confidence in Aaron,” McCarthy said before practice Wednesday when asked how his veteran quarterback bounces back from subpar games.
This week on the show: Eric and John discuss high school football, Wisconsin's starting quarterback situation and the Packers' 1-1 start.
Green Bay ranks in middle of the NFL pack in rushing attempts per game through two weeks
Sam Bradford completed 22 of 31 passes for 286 yards, two touchdowns and no turnovers to lead the Vikings to a 17-14 victory over the Packers.
The Vikings will provide a formidable test for Green Bay's offensive line, which had to deal with the release of guard Josh Sitton on Sept. 3.
Minnesota's D scored a pair of touchdowns in a Week 1 victory, while Green Bay stood tall when it needed to at the end against the Jaguars.
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