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Mike McCarthy calls Dom Capers “an outstanding football coach”

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While noting that no coaching-staff evaluations were currently ongoing, Packers head coach Mike McCarthy publicly praised defensive coordinator Dom Capers in his season-ending press conference on Wednesday.

McCarthy’s response came after being asked about Capers’ future with the club.

“I think Dom Capers is an outstanding football coach, and I’m glad he’s on our staff,” McCarthy said of Capers.

McCarthy indicated he wasn’t looking to make major changes to his coaching staff.

One Packers staffer who could be on the move is quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo, whose contract has reportedly expired. McAdoo is reportedly a candidate for the Browns’ head-coaching vacancy.

Capers, 63, has been the Packers’ defensive coordinator since 2009. The Packers were 28th in yards per play allowed and 25th in yards per game given up this season. However, injuries were a problem on defense, with outside linebacker Clay Matthews‘ absences because of a thumb injury an especially tough blow.

The Packers’ wild-card round loss Sunday to the 49ers was their fourth consecutive defeat to San Francisco. In the Niners’ last three victories against the Packers, quarterback Colin Kaepernick has vexed the Green Bay defense.

“That’s the one common thread that jumps out at you,” McCarthy said of Kaepernick when asked about the 49ers’ recent success against Green Bay.

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  1. thestrategyexpert says: Jan 8, 2014 1:27 PM

    If they had a great football GM, then this team would be in a much better position.

  2. squared80 says: Jan 8, 2014 1:30 PM

    The only reason Ted Thompson and Mike McCarthy still have jobs is because Aaron Rodgers fell in their laps. Let’s not forget that Mike McCarthy was instrumental in drafting Alex Smith over Rodgers when he was with the 49ers, folks.

    Look at Ted Thompson’s drafts. Besides Aaron Rodgers and a few hits, his drafts have been BRUTAL. Mike McCarthy has an awful home playoff record, and Dom Capers has been in charge of historically some of the worst defenses i nNFL history while he’s been with the Packers.

    Everyone in that entire organization owe their jobs to Aaron Rodgers, and Mike McCarthy standing by Dom Capers is just further proof of that.

    I dare any non-fanboy Packer fan to disagree with me.

  3. The Great Ted Thompson the Genius says: Jan 8, 2014 1:31 PM

    Compared to Mike McCarthy, Dom Capers is an outstanding football coach.

  4. lt1976 says: Jan 8, 2014 1:35 PM

    I have no idea why Dom Capers still has a job. He should have been fired even after their 15-1 season. Green Bays defense has been horrific since he took over.

  5. pillowporkers says: Jan 8, 2014 1:42 PM

    It would be sad to see Dom Capers go. He’s certainly my favorite coach in the NFC North.

  6. thepftpoet says: Jan 8, 2014 1:42 PM

    The Packers coaching staff is not as horrible as everybody thinks.

    Think if you were a head coach had to coach those terrible football players on the Packers and actually win games with that depleted roster.

    Face the facts: Without Rodgers covering up the mistakes, the Packers are worse than the Jacksonville Jaguars.

    How does it feel being the worst team in the NFL?

  7. farvite says: Jan 8, 2014 1:45 PM

    He is outstanding!!!… For Packers OPPONENTS!

  8. bassplucker says: Jan 8, 2014 1:46 PM

    Clay Matthews is the Aaron Rogers of their D. When he’s out, they can’t do anything. Well, except against the Bears.

  9. judsonjr says: Jan 8, 2014 1:47 PM

    I’ve been critical of Capers in the past, but he called a good game against the Niners. The players left 3 easy turnovers on the field, and did a good job containing Boldin, Gore, and Davis.

    I know, I know, Kaepernick ran all over and came through in the clutch. However, if you watch his key 3rd down conversion late, you’d see the players botch a good defensive call.

    The Packers brought a 7 man blitz and the Niners had 6 blockers with no safety valve. Either an ILB or Safety should have had a free run up the middle and buried Kaepernick on the play. However, a 3rd string LB ran into Mike Daniels on a stunt which let Joe Staley block both players and left a guard with an easy pickup on the free man (AJ Hawk).

    Holding the Niners to 23 points was a good effort considering they were out of OLB’s at game’s end. The two guys playing were a guy who was hurt/gimpy, and a nearly 300lb defensive lineman.

  10. usdcoyotesfan says: Jan 8, 2014 1:48 PM

    squared80 says: Jan 8, 2014 1:30 PM

    The only reason Ted Thompson and Mike McCarthy still have jobs is because Aaron Rodgers fell in their laps. Let’s not forget that Mike McCarthy was instrumental in drafting Alex Smith over Rodgers when he was with the 49ers, folks.

    Look at Ted Thompson’s drafts. Besides Aaron Rodgers and a few hits, his drafts have been BRUTAL. Mike McCarthy has an awful home playoff record, and Dom Capers has been in charge of historically some of the worst defenses i nNFL history while he’s been with the Packers.

    Everyone in that entire organization owe their jobs to Aaron Rodgers, and Mike McCarthy standing by Dom Capers is just further proof of that.

    I dare any non-fanboy Packer fan to disagree with me.
    ———————————————————-
    Here are some notable draft picks the Packers have gotten since Rodgers came to town:
    2006: Greg Jennings, Johnny Jolly.
    2007: Brandon Jackson, James Jones, Desmond Bishop, Mason Crosby.
    2008: Jordy Nelson, Matt Flynn, Jermichael Finley.
    2009: B.J. Raji, Clay Matthews.
    2010: Bryan Bulaga, James Starks.
    2011: Derek Sherrod, Randall Cobb, Alex Green.
    2012: Nick Perry, Casey Heyward.
    2013: Eddie Lacy, David Bakhtiari, Johnathan Franklin.

    I’d say Thompson has done a pretty good job drafting and developing.

  11. rkelly13 says: Jan 8, 2014 1:51 PM

    While many teams deal with injuries, it seems the amount of injuries on the Packers over the last several years is higher than most other teams. I think they need to fire the Strength & Conditioning Coach over anybody else.

  12. bassplucker says: Jan 8, 2014 1:57 PM

    Imagine how bad the Packers D would be if their DBs weren’t allowed to hold on every other play?

  13. chris6523 says: Jan 8, 2014 1:59 PM

    This is what I’ve learned from this website regarding the Green Bay Packers:

    -Ted Thompson is a horrible GM who can’t draft his way out of a paper bag and the only good move he has ever made was drafting Aaron Rodgers.
    -Mike McCarthy is the stupidest coach in the nfl who is only in his job because Ted is too stupid to fire him and because Aaron Rodgers is his quarterback.
    -Aaron Rodgers is a system quarterback and only thrives because of the great receivers he has to throw to (this would to some extent seem to contradict points 1 and 2). That and he is soft and chokes under pressure.
    -The entirety of the packers roster is as bad as any in the league, except Aaron Rodgers.

    With all that said, how in the hell has this team managed to make the playoffs 5 years in a row with a Super Bowl win to boot?

  14. skittlesareyum says: Jan 8, 2014 2:04 PM

    They certainly have issues coaching players to “do your job”. Too many times during the season a linebacker or cornerback is supposed to set the edge or keep contain, only to crash inside because ???

    Easily visible with Jarrett Bush rushing inside of Kaepernick in the playoff game. Kaep then took off for a first down and nail in the coffin.

  15. fartweasel says: Jan 8, 2014 2:07 PM

    Here are some notable draft picks the Packers have gotten since Rodgers came to town:
    2006: Greg Jennings, Johnny Jolly.
    2007: Brandon Jackson, James Jones, Desmond Bishop, Mason Crosby.
    2008: Jordy Nelson, Matt Flynn, Jermichael Finley.
    2009: B.J. Raji, Clay Matthews.
    2010: Bryan Bulaga, James Starks.
    2011: Derek Sherrod, Randall Cobb, Alex Green.
    2012: Nick Perry, Casey Heyward.
    2013: Eddie Lacy, David Bakhtiari, Johnathan Franklin.

    I’d say Thompson has done a pretty good job drafting and developing.

    So… out of 8 years of drafting (56 possible draft pics) Ted Thompson has hit on 21 players? I’m not sure that would be considered a “pretty good job” by any GM that’s still employed.

  16. boyddowler says: Jan 8, 2014 2:09 PM

    Thompson drafts well and develops well, but he needs to spend a bit more in FA to get some veteran help on the defense (n.b., the role that Harris and Woodson played). I also would like to know how a broken thumb keeps an LB out of a game. Back in ’96, Antonio Freeman came back after three weeks with a broken arm and went through the playoffs with a cast.

    Regarding Capers, he called the right play on Kaepernick’s last long run that sealed the game, but Jarrett Bush made another bonehead mistake. More interesting to me about the SF game is the fact that McCarthy only had 4 wideouts in formation on about half a dozen plays, and the SF defense played their safeties two deep for most of the game. It’s as if McCarthy didn’t really trust Rodgers to be able to win the game, or the O-line to protect Rodgers, and wanted to put it all on Lacy. I think that was wrong, given that SF’s secondary was shorthanded. Give the SF defense props, though. They’re great. I was at the game and was just amazed at how fast they were and how well they tackled.

  17. greenbay954 says: Jan 8, 2014 2:12 PM

    fire him now please it would be the best off season move for the packers in 4 years

  18. shaggytoodle says: Jan 8, 2014 2:12 PM

    The Packers have always given up a lot of yards with Capers as DC even the Superbowl year.

    They got a lot more turnovers back then though. They need to get back to being fundamentally sound, and making tackles. Instead of swiping at the ball and having the ball carrier get loose.

  19. golforepar says: Jan 8, 2014 2:16 PM

    For all the trolls, do you want to see Capers SB ring??

  20. y2kfxdwg says: Jan 8, 2014 2:17 PM

    @squared80…. you said…
    squared80 says:
    Jan 8, 2014 1:30 PM
    The only reason Ted Thompson and Mike McCarthy still have jobs is because Aaron Rodgers fell in their laps. Let’s not forget that Mike McCarthy was instrumental in drafting Alex Smith over Rodgers when he was with the 49ers, folks.
    ————————————–
    This non-Fanboy Packers fan disagrees.
    McCarthy has coached Aaron Rodgers for what, 8 years? Maybe he gets a little credit for that and had Alex Smith been with McCarthy for roughly 8 years instead of a new offense annually maybe Smith would be much better than he is today.

    And since the Packers have been among the 4 youngest teams every year under McCarthy (including youngest 4 consecutive years) and during that stretch only missed the playoffs one year when Favre unretired and uprooted the locker room – the drafting can’t be that bad to keep getting to the playoffs with 10_ people on IR more than once.

    and @rkelly13 – I agree!
    The strength and conditioning coaches have issues. They swapped jobs being lead last year but neither can keep hammy’s healthy.

  21. kevinzeemail says: Jan 8, 2014 2:18 PM

    It appears that Capers coaches his defense to generate turnovers. When the breaks go for The Packers, he looks like a genius. When the breaks don’t, those risks taken to get the ball give up yards and he looks like a fool. I like this style defense and I’m aware that The Packers lack high-end veteran leadership on D since Nick Collins and Charles Woodson left the team. I see that sort of element as key to making Dom Capers look good again.

  22. phinagain says: Jan 8, 2014 2:22 PM

    “I think Dom Capers is an outstanding football coach, and I’m glad he’s on our staff,”

    Well that was a kiss of death if I’ve ever heard one. Almost word-for-word what the Dolphins coach said about Mike Sherman the week before Sherman got canned.

  23. gpack22 says: Jan 8, 2014 2:29 PM

    Last 4 of Teddy’s #1 draft picks have been busts, and yes I’m including Bulaga because he can’t stay on the field. Can’t help your team in the tub. From start of the 2011 season until today he’s only played in only 21 games out of a possible 48, not including playoffs. He misses much more next year and he’ll reach Justin Harrell status.

    Obviously Sherrod’s availability has been worse. Nick Perry can’t stay on the field and Jones did basically nothing all season ( I believe he only had 13 snaps against SF with that many guys injured and surpassed by a 5th round guy Boyd). Hard to have great depth and quality when you blow that many #1′s in a row.

  24. bigjim50010 says: Jan 8, 2014 2:30 PM

    still better than anything the Vikes ever get

  25. winninaintsinnin says: Jan 8, 2014 2:32 PM

    A dropped pick or it’s GB and their “crappy coaches” playing this weekend vs Seattle instead of NO.

  26. reggiewhitewasoverratedandoverweight says: Jan 8, 2014 2:33 PM

    He is a superbowl winning DEF Co. I say keep him.

    DeSean Jackson put the Packers in the playoffs in 2010 and they got hot. He was the DC so he had to help with winning right? Right?

    Signed all NFC North fans.

  27. dwarftosser says: Jan 8, 2014 2:36 PM

    judsonjr says:
    Jan 8, 2014 1:47 PM
    I’ve been critical of Capers in the past, but he called a good game against the Niners. The players left 3 easy turnovers on the field, and did a good job containing Boldin, Gore, and Davis.

    I know, I know, Kaepernick ran all over and came through in the clutch. However, if you watch his key 3rd down conversion late, you’d see the players botch a good defensive call.

    The Packers brought a 7 man blitz and the Niners had 6 blockers with no safety valve. Either an ILB or Safety should have had a free run up the middle and buried Kaepernick on the play. However, a 3rd string LB ran into Mike Daniels on a stunt which let Joe Staley block both players and left a guard with an easy pickup on the free man (AJ Hawk).

    Holding the Niners to 23 points was a good effort considering they were out of OLB’s at game’s end. The two guys playing were a guy who was hurt/gimpy, and a nearly 300lb defensive lineman.
    ————————————————–

    I agree, he did a good job against the 49ers last week. The problem is his performance in big games over his entire tenure with Green Bay. Looking over the past 4 years, I’ve got to say this last game was more of an exception. I don’t have faith that he can make our defense perform at a high level consistently. 3 years of being in the bottom of the NFL defense wise is enough for me. I want to see what someone else can do.

  28. southpaw0609 says: Jan 8, 2014 2:36 PM

    “I dare any non-fanboy Packer fan to disagree with me.”

    Okay, here goes:

    Ted Thompson’s W/L record since 2005 when he took over as GM:

    Seasons: 9
    Wins: 86
    Losses: 57
    Tie: 1

    Average W/L record per year: 9.6 – 6.4
    Pct (tie as 1/2): .600

    Playoffs: 6 of 9
    SuperBowl championships: 1

    As you know, the Packers participate in the free agent market less than any other team, with 47 of their 53 players never having played for any other team than GB.

    So, we may conclude his teams do amazingly well in spite of their motley crew of woeful draft picks.

    To reverse paraphrase Casey Stengel of the New York Mets: “I drafted bad, but boy did they play good.” he he.

  29. GenXJay says: Jan 8, 2014 2:42 PM

    Matthews is knuckless. & Capers is gutless.

  30. outdrsytype says: Jan 8, 2014 2:44 PM

    It’s very hard to win championships without a rock solid defense. Bears of 85 the best ever. Blaming it on injuries is such a bad excuse. It comes down to coaching and speed and creating turnovers. Pretty simple. 8 years of so called great draft choices and only one championship just is not acceptable. Need a better defensive scheme!!

  31. purpleguy says: Jan 8, 2014 2:52 PM

    All trolling aside, Capers sure has had to deal with a ton of defensive player injuries the last couple years, so it’s fairly hard to judge him. Well, other than his world-class comb-over and dye job.

  32. squared80 says: Jan 8, 2014 2:52 PM

    chris6523 says:

    With all that said, how in the hell has this team managed to make the playoffs 5 years in a row with a Super Bowl win to boot?
    ————————————–

    Have you seen the division they play in? Awful the last few years. They win by default, including this year.

  33. shaggytoodle says: Jan 8, 2014 2:53 PM

    squared80 says:
    Jan 8, 2014 1:30 PM

    The only reason Ted Thompson and Mike McCarthy
    _____________

    I am a big fan of the rule if you’re going to let someone go at their job you need to bring in someone better.

    When GB didn’t let Favre come back they had Rodgers, they prepped for Jennings to leave by having Cobb in the wings.

    Who is available that is better than TT and MM?

  34. justafanofitall says: Jan 8, 2014 2:58 PM

    McCarthy is 6-5 in post season during his 8 years in Green Bay. He is 1-1 with Brett and 5-4 with Aaaron…..4 of those 5 wins coming in SB year. Most coaches would have been fired by now since he had one good year with those 4 and the other 7 years (2-5). Something has to change…he has had so much talent on that team and still terrible post season record.

  35. raiderlyfe510 says: Jan 8, 2014 3:12 PM

    I think the common thread is Harbaugh myself….but that’s just me.

  36. buckybadger says: Jan 8, 2014 3:20 PM

    Some fans are just too spoiled. If you are calling for changes in Green Bay because they didn’t win the Super Bowl you have now become like all the other spoiled fans. Cry baby fan who doesn’t understand that 31 other teams are trying to win too.

    Who has had more success then the Packers Green Bay since Ted Thompson has come to town? You could only argue the Giants as they are the only ones who have had more Super Bowl wins and they haven’t been as consistent. In the last 5 years no one has been better. They have made the post season 5x, 3x division champion and 1 Super Bowl. Quit your belly aching that something has to change, no one wins every year and few do as well as they do currently.

    The team will be improved next year. The O-line is starting to take shape with Buluga returning and if they can add one more weapon this off season they will be a top 3 offense no doubt. Some free agents will leave but the core is there and most of those guys will be replaceable. The defense still needs another playmaker up front opposite of Matthews. Hopefully Jones can improve and they will be drafting again. The cards are still laid out to be contenders for the next 5 years. If that isn’t good enough for Packer fans today I suggest they learn more about the sport they say they love.

  37. jerlee7 says: Jan 8, 2014 3:22 PM

    As a Packer fan, McCarthy and Capers drive me crazy. I am constantly calling for their heads.

    But i was thinking the other day, here is some perspective:

    What if we had one of those high profile coahces:
    Postseason Records:

    Tony Dungy: 9-10, 1 Superbowl
    Jon Gruden: 5-4, 1 Superbowl
    Bill Cower: 12-9, 1 Superbowl

    Yes, the offensive game plan against the 49ers wasted the whole 1st quarter.

    And what Dom Capers put together with tape and string (considering the talent on the field) was more than good enough to win that game. Yes these losses sting, but keep perspective. A Lombardi, Noll, Walsh, Belichick is hard to find. Winning is not easy in this league.

    I also pray we see more of the Tramon Williams that we saw the last 4-5 games than the guy who has been playing since 2011.

  38. gslumbers says: Jan 8, 2014 3:25 PM

    Most of you guys calling for Coach Capers head are probably more familiar w/ madden football than the real thing. Ultimately, football is about individuals performing-not the scheme. Too much blame has been attributed to coaching w/ this team. They held the 9ers to 23 points w/ Mulumba limping after opponents. They didn’t HAVE any one else to put in. The offense didn’t capitalize when it needed to, and that’s attributed to the players not making the plays. If Hyde had caught that ball for a piksix, All you’d hear is how Capers is a magician for shoring the most injured D in the league…And seriously- why do Minnesota fans troll so much?

  39. jwcarlson says: Jan 8, 2014 3:28 PM

    I’m a Packer fan, and I believe what you’re seeing when SF dominates the Packers is the NFL Draft doing it’s job.

    For players entering/in their primes in the NFL Draft between 2005-2011 the Packers have had seven first round picks at an average position of 19.3 (5,9,16,23,24,26,32). SF has had ten first round picks at an average position of 14.2 (1,6,7,10,11,11,17,22,28,29).

    The draft fixes bad teams with decently sound management just as it has helped to fix SF over the past decade… it has done it’s job to help even the talent of a top 10 picker vs. a team perienially picking in the bottom 8. In between the major swings the salary cap helps to move talent around. I’m sure when an entire defense of superstars (and a servicable QB who will demand at least Jay Cutler money) who are currently playing on the cheap want to get paid, that’s when the rubber really meets the road and the GM proves he’s worth his salt. The same goes for Seattle, it’s going to be tough to hold the team together when some of the players contracts come up and they’re forced to pay market value for them.

    And it’s a good thing, because it keeps football interesting instead of watching the same team play the same opponent year in and year out.

    I’m not saying TT is a God, but being able to field an entire team became a struggle at times over the past few seasons and the team remains competitive and in the playoffs.

  40. usdcoyotesfan says: Jan 8, 2014 3:42 PM

    So… out of 8 years of drafting (56 possible draft pics) Ted Thompson has hit on 21 players? I’m not sure that would be considered a “pretty good job” by any GM that’s still employed.
    ———————————————————–
    Well, some of the players who were on the Super Bowl winning team of 3 years ago had been around since before Rodgers.

  41. deltaoracle says: Jan 8, 2014 3:48 PM

    Packers have enough talent to win the SB every year, but lousy coaches like McCarthy and Capers prevent it from happening.
    Or
    Thompson drafts poorly and so the Packers don’t have enough talent to compete.

    The “experts” need to decide which horse they want to ride.

    Of course Mini fans are exempt, since they say the Packers have no talent AND bad coaching, and have won the division three years in a row and the SB the season before that just through luck.

  42. glennsyank13 says: Jan 8, 2014 3:52 PM

    The Packers are horrible! Wait…. What does that say about the Vikings, Bears, and Lions when the Packers have won 3 straight divisions and the Superbowl before that?

  43. Jikky Jax says: Jan 8, 2014 3:55 PM

    Ted Thompson is Great

    Seriously man, take my advice, breathe, take a few weeks off and come back with a fresh attitude. Because as much as it pains me to say, when you compare Packer picks, to Vikes, I think Packers come out ahead.

    2006: CHAD GREENWAY (Good), CEDRIC GRIFFIN (BUST), RYAN COOK (BUST), TARVARIS JACKSON (BUST)
    2007: ADRIAN PETERSON (STUD, STUD, STUD), SIDNEY RICE (Ok as long as Favre is throwing the ball)
    2008: Traded the farm for Jared Allen (but well worth it; of course he’ll be gone in the offseason)
    2009: PERCY HARVIN (petulant crybaby); PHIL LOADHOLT (BUST), ASHER ALLEN (BUST)
    2010: CHRIS COOK (BUST); TOBY GERHART (Pretty good, but don’t need him and he’ll be gone at first chance)
    2011: CHRISTIAN PONDER (BUST); KYLE RUDOLPH (Average, but still has chance to develop)
    2012: MATT KALIL (BUST); HARRISON SMITH (Stud)
    2013 SHARRIF FLOYD (Average, but might develop); XAVIER RHODES (Situational player); CORDARRELLE PATTERSON (Lots of potential, exciting player)

  44. katejake says: Jan 8, 2014 3:56 PM

    As a Packer fan I hate McCarthy and here’s why. When you have one of the best quarterbacks in the league then use him. I’m not saying anything bad about the 49ers because they do have a very good team, but theirs no reason the Packers should have lost that game. McCarthy seemed like he had no trust in Rodgers. He needs to open it up spread guys out and let Rodgers do his thing. The running game would be that much better than it is now. As far as the defense goes I can’t fiqure what the problem is, is Capers that bad of a coach or is Thompsons players that bad? In my opinion it’s more Thompsons fault. Their is no real stars on that side of the ball? Raji has disappointed Jones is a backup at best,Burnett is awful and the rest of the defense is mediocre. As far as Matthews goes I used to be a real fan of his until this year with his little thumb problems, I’m sure he lost a lot of respect in that locker room too

  45. dahmergeinteam says: Jan 8, 2014 4:16 PM

    I like Dom Capers very much.
    On crackers.

  46. stellarperformance says: Jan 8, 2014 4:47 PM

    McCarthy should take the heat for this loss. Poor playcalling. Capers did OK in this game…considering the players he had to work with. Beyond that…he’s mediocre.
    Thompson has been getting burned on draft picks. Stop that trend and they’ll be OK.

    Despite everything..they’re still better than the Vikings. “They got that goin’ for ‘em.”

  47. rikker12 says: Jan 8, 2014 5:05 PM

    The Packers need a stud safety!! (Butler, Sharper & Collins)

  48. tangysizzl says: Jan 8, 2014 6:08 PM

    Dom Capers needs to go because he fits players into his scheme instead of tweaking his scheme to fit his players. Right now without a healthy Clay Matthews the Packers have better personel for a 4-3 defense(not really but) in the SF game we had no OLBs left so he moved a nearly 300 lb defensive lineman to OLB. That right there is the unexcuseable plain and simple.

    Oh and BTW Clay Matthews doesn’t just have a broken thumb, he broke the entire thumb off of his hand. Its called a Bennett Fracture, look it up. When they reattached the thumb with pins all he had left to reattach it was a small sliver of bone which makes the chance of re-injury very very high and of course that’s what happened against the Steelers in week 16. Get a clue people.

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