4. And this Justin should never play tackle again
Rodgers was sacked twice in the first half and both were attributable to Justin McCray, who continued to look lost at the tackle position.
On the first sack given up to Pernell McPhee, the 317-pound blocker was easily overpowered by his man.
McCray, in fact, had his hands slapped down before his opponent went on to to drive No. 12 into the ground.
Leonard Floyd was the next edge rusher to victimize the starting right tackle, who lacked the quickness to stay with No. 94, who ran down Rodgers who had escaped the pocket, but was unable to unload the ball in time.
One can only wonder how McCary has been able to hold on to roster spot this long considering how much of a liability he’s been up front.
He lacks quick hands or feet and possesses zero lateral movement to counter the athletic tools of many of the pass rushers he finds himslef matched up with.
Bryan Bulaga can’t come back soon enough.
It won’t be a matter of if, but when Rodgers will be forced to exit a game with some sort of injury in the upcoming weeks if McCray continues to see additional time at one of the tackle spots.