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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 at PackersNews.com. Grab a cup of coffee (or brew some tea, if that’s your thing) and get caught up on everything you need to know about the Packers.

We’ll start with Eric Baranczyk and Pete Dougherty's look at the quietly excellent play from Kenny Clark against the Seahawks.

From the guys:

Mike Daniels was without question the Green Bay Packers’ player of the game in their win over Seattle on Sunday.

But another big reason coordinator Dom Capers’ defense held the Seahawks to only three field goals was Daniels’ partner in the interior of the defensive line, second-year pro Kenny Clark.

The two provided the backbone for the Packers’ nitro package, where safety Morgan Burnett moves up to inside linebacker. For that smaller, faster lineup to work, the interior of the defensive line has to win against the run, and on Sunday both Daniels and Clark won consistently.

Ryan Wood wrote on the bad blood between Seattle and Green Bay:

Davon House was Ty Montgomery’s guest on our weekly Clubhouse Live show:

Pete writes on Eddie Lacy’s surprisingly lackluster play in his 4 Downs post:

Elsewhere, Mike Daniels appeared on NFL Network to talk about the Packers’ defense:

Brian Baldinger highlighted the play of Mike Daniels:

As did Ben Fennell:

As did Larry McCarren:

Zach Kruse looks at roster decisions facing the Packers heading into Week 2:

David Nicholson writes on the tone-setting performance of the defense on Sunday:

 

 

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