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Packers-Broncos Air Raid Expected

QB Aaron Rodgers (Dennis Wierzbicki/USP)

Both teams are at their best when they're throwing it and at their worst when they're defending the pass. So, there's little reason to expect anything but an aerial circus when the Packers host the Broncos on Sunday.

Perhaps one can expect a one-sided affair when Denver travels to Green Bay for a game Sunday. Not on the scoreboard, necessarily, but in approach. Through three weeks, the Packers' defense has allowed 1,243 yards. That total includes 1,078 through the air and just 165 on the ground — an incredible 87-to-13 ratio of run to pass. Packers coach Mike McCarthy and defensive coordinator Dom Capers... Recommended Stories