Denver Game Not Meaningless To Packers

The outcome tomorrow night’s exhibition game at Denver will not be meaningless to the Packers or their fans. Having let go of Brett Favre and pinned their hopes on quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the Packers lost the first two exhibition games and looked bad on Saturday against the 49’ers. What do the Packers need to do to inspire confidence in the fans? Wide receiver Donald Driver told the Milwaukee “Journal Sentinel”, “We need to lead the whole game, and we’ve got to win.” Driver acknowledged that the team is in the dungeon, but he said, “We’ve got two preseason games to take hold of business.”

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One Response to “Denver Game Not Meaningless To Packers”

  1. Eric says:

    I agree that the Packers need to play well tomorrow but I don’t think it is quite as important as some people think. If the Packers play poorly again, fans will definitely lose hope (this is why I hope we do well) but I don’t think it will affect the team a lot. As long as the team doesn’t lose faith in itself. I think it is much more important that everyone stays healthy and our two lines can actually show some life. If we have more injuries or neither line (offensive or defensive) shows up again I might actually have to start worrying and I am a very optimistic person.

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