Some interesting stuff coming from Green Bay today:
The tackles, with Barbre and Colledge both struggling, would seem to be a major source of concern Sunday. McCarthy discussed the offensive line today and his thoughts on keeping quarterback Aaron Rodgers upright Sunday against St. Louis, in order to give him the time he needs to spot receivers downfield.
"We're going to do some different things with our protections in addition to executing better," McCarthy said. "You might see us keep our backs in to help chip on the ends. And the tight end. And the receivers will be more of an emphasis in pass protection. In fact, we might hold everybody back there when Aaron drops back, in order to give him the 10 seconds he needs to distribute the football."