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Packers’ Finley fights to break free: Just about anywhere Finley went last week, he got double-covered. ”I think they did a little bit of everything,” Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin said. “I think they have a multiple defense and utilized some of those techniques. I’m sure some teams make it difficult to get off the line of scrimmage, get physical and slow him down. Some will give help over the top.” Of the 54 official plays in which Finley took part, on 21 of them he was lined up wide as a receiver and on eight he stood up in a slot position. In other words, more than half the plays he took part in were designed to help get him free.

Key Questions: What’s the Bills biggest weakness on offense? Offensive tackle. If Packers keep Bills in third and long, Clay Matthews and company should have a field day. What’s the Bills biggest weakness on defense? Outside linebacker. If the Bills are blitzing inside linebackers and defensive backs it’s because their outside guys aren’t bringing enough pressure. Plus they are liabilities in pass coverage (Brandon Jackson could catch 10 balls against these guys).
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