Sunday, September 27, 2009
Early 'whoops' from Packers OL
By Kevin Seifert
Posted by ESPN.com’s Kevin Seifert
ST. LOUIS -- Oh boy. We’ve had our share of discussions this week about Green Bay’s struggling offensive line, and already St. Louis pass rusher Leonard Little has exploited it.
Little blew past right tackle Allen Barbre for a second-down sack of quarterback Aaron Rodgers here in the first quarter. The resulting loss left the Packers in a third-and-18 situation, and it took a 48-yard field goal from Mason Crosby to salvage the possession.
If there was tight end or running back help on Little, I didn’t see it.