Bryan Bulaga, Randall Cobb questionable

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The Packers don’t have many players on their status report, but all four are important players.

Cornerback Kevin King will not play. The Packers ruled him out with a hamstring injury after he missed practice all week.

Offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga (knee), receiver Randall Cobb (hamstring) and linebacker Blake Martinez (ankle) are questionable. Bulaga appears to have the best chance of playing as he was estimated to have a full practice Friday.

The Packers don’t practice on Fridays.

Defensive lineman Mike Daniels (shoulder) and tight end Jimmy Graham (knee) appear on track to play as they were not listed on the status report.

18 responses to “Bryan Bulaga, Randall Cobb questionable

  1. Friday is recover day and Saturday is a practice day on a normal week, but McCarthy does change this up a bit at times due to injuries and other factors later in the season. There was some practice today. The team went very light on Wednesday of this week which is normally a padded practice day.

  2. It is embarrassing to us Vikings fans that are not just jealous haters like most Minnesota “fans” here, embarrassing to be associated with them.

    The Dolphins are 5-4 and the Packers are 3-4-1. The Packers are favored by 10 points for several reasons. Anyone picking Miami is obviously just one of these jealous haters.

  3. I’m wondering how many of those guys will sit just because of the short turnaround to the Seattle game.

  4. ninefingers9 says:
    November 9, 2018 at 6:58 pm
    What’s great is that we’re just witnessing the very beginning of the 5 to 10 year downward spiral.
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    ……said every Packer-hating Viking fan, every year, every season, for nearly three decades.

    It’s good to have hope, wishes, and prayers. Keep it up!

  5. Blake Martinez would be the biggest absence here.

    Bulaga being out makes Green Bay worse too, but even if he starts he’s unlikely to play a full game.

    I think Green Bay is better off if Cobb doesn’t play. They won’t be tempted to throw wr screens to him to see him dance left, dance right, then fall forward for a two yard gain.

  6. I am in favor of McCarthy losing his job. His offense is stale, they have him figured out, his play calling is extremely predictable, and he is pig headed when it comes to tailoring his offense to his players or changing up his game plan at half time. Thats my opinion.

  7. vikings111 says:
    November 9, 2018 at 6:42 pm
    It is embarrassing to us Vikings fans that are not just jealous haters like most Minnesota “fans” here, embarrassing to be associated with them.

    The Dolphins are 5-4 and the Packers are 3-4-1. The Packers are favored by 10 points for several reasons. Anyone picking Miami is obviously just one of these jealous haters.

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    Miami is actually good for a surprise win on the road in a cold weather city every year. I believe last year it was in Pittsburgh. The Packers have @Seattle, @Minn and @Chicago on the schedule, and they host the Falcons in a possible wild card tie breaker if the Pack gets that far. I’d say their season is almost curtains already though. A loss here and it’s a given. Miami knows the Patriots personnel well, and will have a good grasp on what they did that worked and why. If they can execute maybe they pull the mild upset. Hope not though.

  8. “I’m wondering how many of those guys will sit just because of the short turnaround to the Seattle game”

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    It’s one game at a time. You don’t sit players for one game just because you have 2 games in five days. You try to win the Miami game and then prepare for Seattle.

    Kevin King is for sure out.

    Bryan Bulaga will play

    Mike Daniels will play

    Jimmy Graham will play

    Blake Martinez 50/50

    Randall Cobb 50/50

    “Maybe they should start practicing on Fridays…just saying !”

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    There are rules on how often you can practice during a game week. Also rules on how many padded practices you can have. The Packers on a normal week have full practice Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday which is as often as possible under league rules.

    If they practiced Fridays they would have to not practice on Weds, Thurs, or Saturday.

  9. The whole team is questionable. Every opposing defense knows the McCarthy playbook as well or better than the packers offense does.

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