A few thoughts af­ter Pack­ers’ loss to Vik­ings

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1. McCarthy: Why does it take un­til af­ter the game to ad­mit he should have ad­justed the play-call­ing? Should have ad­justed play-call­ing ASAP or at least at half- time when they were down only 14-10. Hund­ley’s big­gest strength is his ath­leti­cism. How may plays were called for him to roll out of the pocket by de­sign? None.

2. Hund­ley: Has 10 games to prove he de­serves to be a QB in this league, af­ter 3 years in the wings. If he fails, that is ma­jor con­dem­na­tion on Thomp­son’s abil­ity to draft a suc­ces­sor to Rodgers and McCarthy’s so-called abil­ity as QB guru.

3. Capers: Quit blindly pro­tect­ing him given the re­cent years’ re­sults. Be­sides not be­ing able to get off the field for 9 min­utes in the 4th quar­ter vs Dal­las, he had a healthy front 7 for this game and couldn’t put a finger on a third string QB in Keenum all game. No ex­cuses. Bill Cardiff Me­quon

Pro­tect­ing the quar ter­back?

A break­down in the of­fi­ci­at­ing pro­tect­ing the QB has de­vel­oped in the NFL. This was un­mis­tak­able at the Pack­ers-Vikes game when Aaron Rodgers was over a yard away from the de­fender, who made no ef­fort to re­strain him­self and pro­ceeded to jump and climb over him and vi­ciously crush him back­ward into the ground, break­ing his col­lar­bone. The of­fi­cial showed no con­cern about the ob­vi­ous fla­grant foul and our QB paid for it by prob­a­bly be­ing out for the sea­son. I am in­fu­ri­ated. The chief of­fi­cial should be ousted as a due and ex­em­plary penalty. An­to­nio N. Monaco Chicago Rodgers is the great­est

As a life­long Pack­ers fan, I have seen ev­ery quar­ter­back go­ing back to Bart Starr. I am con­vinced that Aaron Rodgers is the great­est Pack­ers quar­ter­back of them all. Tim Eli Tren­ton, N.J.

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