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Webster on Packers WRs: We put our hands on them

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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The Packers had an unexpected six drops in the Divisional round of the playoffs against the Giants. Much of the blame was placed on poor concentration and the offense being uncharacteristically out of sync. The Giants say they forced the drops – specifically, with the aggressiveness of the safeties. “They completely took the wide receiver group for Green Bay out the game,” cornerback Corey Webster said. “Whether they want to call it dropped passes or not concentrating, I think they were looking for the safeties. “They were looking for those safeties and where they were coming from after they put a few nice tackles on them.” Webster said it was all part of the plan. Be more physical with the receivers than other teams had been. “We put our hands on them,” Webster said. “We noticed that a lot of teams let them run free and we didn’t want to do that. “We have five yards as a defensive back and we wanted to make the best of our opportunities.”

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