Morning Buzz: Young Packers show resiliency

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Welcome to your Morning Buzz, rounding up news and views regarding the Green Bay Packers from around the web and here Grab a strong cup of coffee and get caught up on everything you need to know about the Packers.

We start with EricBaranczyk and Pete Doughertyquestioning the depth at outside pass rusher on the Packers roster.

From the guys:

Games are long and seasons are longer. You want your best rushers at their best in fourth quarters and late in the year, when games and titles are on the line. The more rest Matthews and Perry get, the better. But somebody has to play in their place, and you don’t want that costing you games, either.


The Packers drafted fourth-round pick Vince Biegel to possibly be that next guy. They also thought Kyler Fackrell or Jayrone Elliott could graduate to the role. But so far, no one has emerged.

The notebook leads with Mike McCarthy sending clips to the league on two questionable hits from Thursday night’s game:

Michael Cohen looks at Ty Montgomery putting his fumble against the Eagles behind him:

Michael Clark knew Taysom Hill was going to be looking his way:

Ryan Wood writes on Kevin King’s resiliency during his preseason debut:

Mike McCarthy told reporters Friday that of all three units, special teams played the best:

The Packers continue to expand their footprint. Rich Ryman has the latest:

Elsewhere, the Power Sweep offers up some good advice:

The Packers Wire looks at the play of Taysom Hill:

Martellus Bennett highlighted his first catch with the Green and Gold:

There was an incredible sunset in Green Bay on Friday:

The Lions blog Pride of Detroit is measuring their team against the Packers:

Fantasy Labs looks at the Packers roster from a fantasy football perspective:

Cory Jennerjohn puts his focus on the Packers' sub-standard tackling:

The Matthews family teamed up with ESPN CreativeWorks:

Fran Duffy has a series of Eagles-centric film breakdowns from Thursday night’s game:


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