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Wilde writes K Crosby is upset for missing key kicks, the Packers have serious injuries, the team feels they let a game slip away that they should have won again, and LB Barnett may return in this season. Silverstein too writes about the growing problem of key injuries and how young rookies are taking big roles in games. Bedard talks about how Coach McCarthy is shockingly not happy with passing game. McGinn writes a fluff article claiming the Packer pass rush is great in spite injuries? Hunt says that K Crosby thought the 52 yard kick was going to be good. Who cares, K Crosby missed two key field goals, not just one at the end of regulation.
Polzin reports the obvious that the Packers are beat up, but the defense played tough. Oates reports Crosby is upset with himself after missing those two kicks. Polzin and Oates write an extensive injury report about the Packers. Dougherty writes that the Packers have another defeat with more key injuries. Vandermause correctly points out that blame is a team affair with plenty to go around. Copeland states after a good start, the offense turned anemic. Demovsky talks about the key players lost in the game to injuries. Dougherty and Demovsky write about K Crosby’s missed chances to win the game.