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What You Might've Missed: Bakhtiari blocks the blind side

Posted Oct 30, 2013

Packers rookie LT David Bakhtiari went toe-to-toe with Vikings All-Pro DE Jared Allen last Sunday night at the Metrodome and held him without a tackle or a sack.

In this week's edition of "What You Might've Missed," I take a closer look at how Bakhtiari handled Allen's outside and inside rushes, and how he fared in the run game. A little frustration on the part of Allen starts to show through, too.

To see previous editions of "What You Might've Missed," click here.


 
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