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What You Might've Missed: Best possible play

Posted Oct 24, 2013

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers repeatedly has earned praise from Mike McCarthy and the offensive coaches for getting the offense into the "best possible play" with his pre-snap checks and adjustments.

It's impossible to decipher all the X's and O's involved, but in this week's edition of "What You Might've Missed," I take a closer look at how some of those changes at the line of scrimmage produced positive results for the Packers against the Browns.

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


 
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