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Sixth Sense Means Six Points

WR Donald Driver (Jeffrey Phelps/AP)

Aaron Rodgers, Donald Driver and Greg Jennings made it look easy on Sunday against San Francisco, but only because they've worked so hard in practice and in the meeting rooms to make the subtle, on-the-fly adjustments that often go unseen.

It looked as easy as pitch and catch. But in reality, it is formed over countless hours of practice, almost as much film work, and a working knowledge between teammates forged over time. In Sunday's 34-16 victory for the Packers, heady play and a bit of a sixth sense may have been the biggest difference between winning and losing. At the least, it helped the Packers overcome a slow start...

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