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Behind Enemy Lines 1: San Francisco's Offense

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This is Part 1 of our breakdown of the matchups when San Francisco's offense is on the field. What has Green Bay done to improve against the run? Can the Packers' secondary return to an elite level? What sort of impact can be expected from the rookies?

Bill Huber of Packer Report and Chris Biderman of Niners Digest go Behind Enemy Lines as part of our in-depth coverage leading up to Sunday's season-opening showdown. In Part 1, it's San Francisco's offense against Green Bay's defense. CHRIS BIDERMAN: In both matchups last year, the 49ers were able to hurt the Packers with the running game. Green Bay finished the season ranked 25th against the...

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