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Notebook: McCarthy stands by defensive staff

10:41 PM, Nov. 25, 2013
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson finds some open space in the first quarter Sunday's game at Lambeau Field. Kyle Bursaw/Press-Gazette Media
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson finds some open space in the first quarter Sunday's game at Lambeau Field. Kyle Bursaw/Press-Gazette Media
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Although the Green Bay Packers defense has slipped to No. 18 in the NFL in points allowed and No. 20 in yards, coach Mike McCarthy defended his defensive staff Monday.

"I'm very comfortable with our coaching staff," McCarthy said. "I think it's definitely one of the strengths of our program."

The Packers gave up 447 total yards and 28 first downs Sunday against a Vikings offense that was ranked No. 26 in the league entering the game. ...

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