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Do Packers Have it Covered Minus Woodson?

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Lining up and playing pass defense will be the least of the Packers' problems with Charles Woodson out at least until mid-December. Packer Report examines the challenges confronting Dom Capers as he has to deal with another injury to a front-line player.

Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers' comments on Friday were prescient. Not that he wanted to press his luck by losing ace defensive back Charles Woodson for at least six weeks. "As you prepare for the season, you have to have enough flexibility in your scheme," Capers said two days before Sunday's painful 30-20 win over St. Louis. "You say, ‘If we don't have this guy, what can we...

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