Former NFL Player: Brett Hundley Looked "Really, Really Bad"Hundley had four turnovers, including three interceptions, in Green Bay's 23-0 loss to Baltimore on Sunday
Fletcher: No Comparison Between Current Rams And Greatest Show On TurfThe Rams lead the league in scoring offense, but London Fletcher believes comparisons to The Greatest Show on Turf are premature, at best
Packers Analyst: Where Is Green Bay's Defensive Talent?The Packers allowed 30 points on Monday Night Football. That's not going to get it done, former NFL running back Gary Ellerson said
Stefon Diggs: Case Keenum Has Done A Great JobDespite losing Sam Bradford and Dalvin Cook to knee injuries, the Minnesota Vikings are 6-2 and atop the NFC North
NFL Analyst: This Is Steelers' Year To Win Super BowlThe Steelers have the defense to win it all, NFL analyst Ross Tucker said, but Big Ben and the offense must improve
Davis: This Is Uncharted Territory For Packers PlayersMany people feel that Aaron Rodgers covers a lot of deficiencies for Green Bay. Well, here's the Packers' chance to prove them wrong
Mike Mayock: NFL Has Done As Much As It Can Do To Protect QBsThe NFL was right in eliminating gratuitous hits from the game, Mike Mayock says, but injury-free football is impossible
Packers Analyst: I Don't Know If Anybody In The NFC Is Worth A CrapAaron Rodgers may be out, but the Packers' season isn't over. Look around the NFC – and the NFL – Bill Huber says. There's not much there.
Hawk: Barr's Hit On Rodgers Wasn't Dirty, But It Was UnnecessaryA.J. Hawk doesn't blame Anthony Barr for hitting Aaron Rodgers, but he doesn't think it was necessary
NFL Analyst: I Think Packers Stick With Hundley; He Has A "Live Arm"Will the Packers sign Tony Romo or Colin Kaepernick? Nope. Green Bay already has its quarterback, Will Brinson says
Packers In A Tough Spot; Brett Hundley "Didn't Buy Himself Any Slack"With Aaron Rodgers potentially out for the year, Brett Hundley's three-interception day didn't inspire much confidence, Randy Cross said
Beuerlein: Rodgers Playing Better Right Now Than He Ever HasAaron Rodgers dazzled Sunday afternoon, while Deshaun Watson dazzled Sunday night. Steve Beuerlein discussed both on The DA Show

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