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Mike McCarthy (AP photo/Mike Roemer)

Game plan to rest key players proves to be a great move as reserves come through, says PackerReport.com's Matt Tevsh

It was a perfect Sunday for head coach Mike McCarthy and the Packers in a tough situation. After their worst game of the year together last week, but having already wrapped up the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs, all that was left on Sunday was to figure out a way to keep key players injury-free while gaining some momentum heading into the playoffs. Chalk one up for a mission accomplished on both...

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