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Capers Not Obsessing Over Pistol, Read-Option

Capers (Jeff Hanisch - USA Today Sports)

Green Bay's season was shot full of holes when Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers essentially rolled out a new offensive philosophy in the playoffs. The Packers have done their homework during the offseason but practices haven't been dedicated to defending the latest fad.

Dom Capers is working on stopping the pistol and read-option attacks that have shaken up the professional game so drastically. It's safe to say, however, that the Green Bay Packers' venerable defensive coordinator isn't stressing too much on the latest fad. "No," Capers said with a chuckle. "It's funny how things work. I've gone through a lot of different cycles over 28 years. When I first came...

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