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What You Might've Missed: No fear

Posted Oct 10, 2013

The landscape of last Sunday's Packers-Lions game was altered immeasurably when Detroit WR Calvin Johnson was declared inactive with a knee injury 90 minutes before kickoff. As a result, the Lions were left with only one major playmaker on offense, RB Reggie Bush.

In this week's "What You Might've Missed" video segment, I take a look at how the Packers were able to focus that much more attention defensively on containing Bush, without the fear of the Lions making big plays in the passing game.

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

 
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