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Insider: 3 keys to Packers-Browns matchup

6:32 PM, Oct. 19, 2013
Dom Capers could roll out some version of the 4-3 defense today if injuries hit during the game.
Dom Capers could roll out some version of the 4-3 defense today if injuries hit during the game.
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The Packers might not have 46 healthy players to suit up. They have only three running backs capable of playing, and just three healthy receivers that know the offense. But things are getting particularly dire on defense, where coordinator Dom Capers is down to five healthy linebackers, which could make it difficult to run the 3-4 scheme if other players get hurt. "You always have a backup plan if you lose any one guy," Capers said. Such a plan could mean Capers will roll out some version of the 4-3, which he said he ran at Jacksonville. "Hey, that's the nature of our business," ...

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