Obtuse Observer

December 15, 2011

Green Bay Packers and Interceptions

Lifted from a Bleacher Report article

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The Green Bay Packers have had no problems taking the ball from opposing quarterbacks. In 13 games, the Packers have collected 27 interceptions. Tied for second, the Detroit Lions, New England Patriots and San Francisco 49ers each have 18 picks.

Leading the pack, Charles Woodson has seven interceptions on his own. He has collected more interceptions than the whole Indianapolis Colts and Minnesota Vikings teams who have six each.

Individually, Woodson has single-handedly countered the Packers’ quarterbacks interceptions, a combined seven (Rodgers-six, Flynn-one). (Simply amazing)

Nine different players on the Packers roster have come up with interceptions this season. Five have come from linebackers, seven from safeties and 15 from cornerbacks.  

This with All-Pro safety Nick Collins on IR, several games without either starting inside linebacker etc… the Pack has not been as strong in terms of shutting town opposing teams this year but they do get the stops when they need them and that’s all that matters at the end of the day.

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4 Comments »

  1. I would be giddy at a SF-GB championship game. I think there is no stopping the Pack this year. A GB-NE or GB-Bal Superbowl would be fun. If I were you, I’d fear the Ravens. Then again, even with that passrush, nothing seems to get to Aaron. I suppose a shootout with Brady would be a greater fear.

    I honestly think the Niners are going to possibly get knocked down to #3 and then fall victim to the revenge of the Lions. NO is hot and shouldn’t lose again in the regular season.

    If the niners get to the NFC championship, the game with GB will be brutal. All of the niners strengths are countered by the awesomeness of the passing attack. What does GB care if the Niners haven’t allowed a rushing TD all year or a 100 yard rusher in 2 years (seriously, the TD thing if it holds is monumental, like history of professional football historic). The pass D is not the best and like the Pack relies on turnovers.

    Comment by JBS — December 15, 2011 @ 10:48 am

  2. A shoot out with Brady would not be a fear. See that bit about the Packers’ defense taking the ball away from other teams, the Packers’ PPG and the Patriots points allowed by opposing WRs. :-)

    Comment by Obtuse Observer — December 15, 2011 @ 9:53 pm

  3. The Observer jinx???

    Comment by JBS — December 22, 2011 @ 1:24 am

  4. I think that they were looking past KC to Chicago and Detroit and got hammered with a couple key injuries.

    Still, now they can focus on one goal…. winning all three post season games

    Comment by Obtuse Observer — December 22, 2011 @ 2:39 am

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