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Matt Flynn might not measure up to Scott Tolzien physically or statistically, but he continues to put points on the scoreboard. Scoring points is the chief objective for Flynn.

If Scott Tolzien’s case rests on the statistics, Matt Flynn’s case rests on the things outside the box score. Statistically, Flynn was outplayed by Tolzien in just about every statistical manner during the preseason. It was no different in the Green Bay Packers’ 34-14 victory over Kansas City on Thursday night. Flynn played well, with 7-of-15 accuracy for 102 yards with two touchdowns, no...

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