Solidify the offensive line
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Sure he gave up the safety at the beginning of the game, but after that, his performance was so good that many Packers fans are now questioning whether Tretter should start again even if Bakhtiari is healthy.
Regardless, having the two healthy and ready will be huge this weekend.
You look at the score from the last game and you don’t really think about what happened during the game, only the result.
The Packers offense couldn’t do anything in that game and it was mainly because they were down three starters on the offensive line.
The Cardinals sacked Rodgers eight times that game and created four turnovers, including two fumbles that were returned for touchdowns.
That shouldn’t be the case the second time around.
The Packers offensive line is as healthy as it’s going to be (Lang and Sitton are playing through injuries) and the unit is one of the strengths of the team.
When the first five are together, they are among the best in the NFL.
Keeping them healthy and even having them this weekend should help the Packers win the turnover battle and hopefully win the game.
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