How the H did Cobb break his fibula instead of having any ligament damage in the knee. Dude hit him straight in the knee and it hyperextended. Not even mad though, I said we needed a miracle that he didn't blow out his knee ending his season and we got one. The Packers are so injury prone that we have 3 more starters injured and we're considering broken legs, broken feet, and sprained PCL's as dodged bullets. "He's only out for 2 months?? He'll play again this year? Woo hoo we'll be good then!" Hey NFC North, here's your chance. If the Packers win the division again this year I don't want to hear a single "Lions/Bears/Vikings could win the North this year" until the Packers actually lose the division.
I know injuries are apart of the game and that every team has to deal with them making it hard to be used as a justifiable excuse but I want to know at what point can we pull that card
(Once we don't win the division? Heh heh heh) Our defense has been heavily criticized and rightfully so, but its so easy to forget how much that has to do with Nick Collins having a career ending injury 2 games after we win the Super Bowl. Only the Packers would lose a top 3 safety forever
With all that said we will probably still win the division.