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Blame Refs, Yes, But Blame the Packers, Too

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In a game that forever will be known for Russell Wilson's game-winning interception, the Packers must look in the mirror. Yes, the replacement officials stole a game from the Packers, but the team never should have been in that position.

The Green Bay Packers had defeat snatched from the jaws of victory on Monday night at Seattle by a California high school and junior college official, but in some ways, they have only themselves to blame. Pass protection How could Green Bay's offense improve upon last year's 560-point onslaught? The offensive line was the team's hidden strength last season, and more was expected from a group...

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