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Video: Packers Goal-Line Stand Saves 24-16 Win Over the Panthers

With their backs against the wall, the final play of the game was the game-winner for the Packers, as they stuffed the Panthers at the goal line, holding on to a 24-16 win.

Here’s the highlights from Lambeau Field:

NFL Week 10 Inactives: Panthers vs Packers

Here’s today’s inactives for the Panthers and Packers at Lambeau Field.

Panthers:

CB James Bradberry
WR Greg Dortch
LB Jordan Kunaszyk
OT Greg Little
LB Christian Miller
OG Bryan Witzmann
WR Brandon Zylstra

Packers:

WR Ryan Grant
CB Ka’dar Hollman
CB Josh Jackson
OG Cole Madison
OT Adam Pankey
TE Robert Tonyan
RB Dexter Williams

Video: Packers Look to Get Back on Track in Sunday Affair with the Panthers

The Panthers and Packers will go at it in a big NFC showdown Sunday in Lambeau Field at 3:25pm. Here’s a preview from NFL Films:

Video: Packers Outplayed in Every Phase, Lose to Chargers 26-11

The Packers played awful Sunday, getting beat in every phase by the Chargers in Los Angeles 26-11. Here’s video highlights of the Loss:

Beat Up Packers WR Core Still Struggling to Find Healthy Bodies

It has not been an easy go this season if you are a Green Bay Packers wide receiver, as once again on Thursday the team was short-handed as they get set to take on the Oakland Raiders Sunday at Lambeau Field.

Sitting at 6-point favorites at novibet.co.uk, the Packers on Thursday were minus receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling, who missed the practice session because of ankle and knee injuries.

As a whole, the team ended their Monday night win over the Lions with a number of issues in the wide out department, a concern for this team moving forward.

Valdes-Scantling is not practicing and is still nowhere near 100 percent for Sunday, and also the Pack are without Davante Adams and Geronimo Allison as well as they get set for action.

Adams, a player the team really could use back in the lineup right now, has missed the last two games with a turf toe injury.

As for Allison, he suffered a concussion during the win over Detroit on Monday night, and there’s no word is he is going to be ready to go for Sunday’s game against Oakland.

With all the question marks about the receiver position for Sunday, the Packers and quarterback Aaron Rodgers might have to get creative.

One player that might pay off is newly acquired Ryan Grant. He’s a guy that could give some support coming out and making a few plays.

“I’m not sure what the status will be for a couple of those guys this week, but it is good having a guy in here who’s made plays before,” Rodgers said on Wednesday of the addition of Grant.

“But on the flip side, before last game, not many people knew who Allen Lazard was, and he burst onto the scene in the fourth quarter. So I’d love to get him, obviously, involved this week in a bigger way, and hopefully get Ryan up to speed.”

Jake Kumerow, Lazard and Darrius Shepherd are the other healthy wideouts in Green Bay, but truthfully it looks like a team that is going to have to figure some things out in terms of pass catchers before the kickoff in Lambeau Field.

Safety Darnell Savage (ankle), tight end Jimmy Graham (ankle) and defensive tackle Kenny Clark (calf) were also out of action at Thursday’s practice.

Veteran defensive back Tramon Williams (unknown) also did not practice while reporters were present. Those players efforts will be updated later on Friday before the final walk-through for the team.

Packers Wide Receiver Davante Adams Not Sure of When He Can Return

Davante Adams, technically, remains day-to-day as he recovers from a turf toe injury suffered against the Eagles on Sept. 26. But for the 26-year-old Packers wide receiver, there’s more to the injury than anything he has dealt with before, Jim Owczarski of Packersnews.com reports.

Namely, the pain involved.

Adams has suffered and played through his share of injuries, including a significant ankle injury in 2015, but he admitted the pain and the inability to even create a push off the ground was alarming. Calling it a “major injury,” he wasn’t about to speculate on a potential return date.

“We’re just really trying to pace it at this point,” Adams said. “I can’t really tell you when I’m going to play. It doesn’t feel how I want it to feel at the moment, but we definitely have time, so we’ll just kind of play this thing (out), and I know Mr. (Matt) LaFleur will definitely be able to take care of any other questions regarding that.”

Video: Prescott and Rodgers; A Preview of the Sunday’s Cowboys vs Packers Battle

Skip Bayless previews this weekend’s game between the Cowboys and the Packers, where Dak Prescott will take on Aaron Rodgers.

Video: Stephen A. Says the the First Four Games the Packers Will Reign in the NFC North

Stephen A. Smith takes Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers to win the NFC North, but Max Kellerman argues that the Detroit Lions have the most complete team in the division.