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Packers don't look like the Packers we've seen all season...

I know it's semantics, BUT-- I read an article saying how today was the first time Rodgers took a snap under center in a game in 20 days..... another reason I don't agree with resting starters. The Packers lost with the starters in.... we GAVE UP on a perfect season. I STILL hurt over that. ANyways, I digress; the momentum and mojo is lost by resting starters IMO.

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