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|The Packers step into the exam room after their victory against Carolina.|
I've expressed this sentiment before. Some of you might not be surprised. But I continue to be amazed at how often opponents fall for the Packers' well-executed but relatively hollow play-action passes. A team that is throwing on seven out of every 10 plays shouldn't be able to get so many big plays on play-action. Sunday, the Panthers bit on play fakes prior to Greg Jennings' 49-yard touchdown pass as well as Jordy Nelson's 84-yard score. More power to the Packers, I guess.