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Even though it was a great move by Pierre Paul, it was the third (I think) since last game that was knocked down or more at the line; is Tolzien's delivery too low? Also, no deliverability moving left? How's it going everybody? Thanks for staying up late here at JSOnline. Let's go. . Mike, right, Scott Tolzien does have a lower delivery it seems. Heard some Giant players were aware of this and knew to get their arms up more than usual to swat the ball. The Packers aren't going to totally change Tolzien's delivery in the middle of the season. They have their "quarterbacks school" in the spring to work on those fundamentals. Tolzien did refine mechanics with former pro Rob Johnson out west as we wrote this weekend. Johnson worked on tilting his arm up a bit. Overall, Tolzien does have a strong arm so something's working. But down the road, maybe that's something coaches try to tweak. Does this team not look similar to Colts when Peyton got hurt? Bill Polian was held accountable when they did not have a legitimate backup QB and a team well enough to win without Manning for us being Rodgers. I think TT has done a fine job but doesn't somebody need to be held acocuntable? Tim: Could be wrong. I didn't watch that Colts team too closely, but the Packers seem to have more talent than that Colts team did. They haven't gotten wiped out these past three weeks. All three were winnable games that turned on two, three very bad plays. But having a young team does catch up to you when you have Scott Tolzien instead of Aaron Rodgers as your quarterback.Des Moines, IA It's clear that without Rodgers, we're a decidedly average team. But, the same could be said about a lot of teams if they lost their starting quarterback. I realize the NFL is a quarterback driven league, but are teams who are lucky enough to have a Rodgers or a P Manning too dependent on that one position? They eat up an enormous amount of cap space, forcing their teams to jettison productive veteran players, and keep their GM's in a perpetual state of trying to find cheap players who hopefully can produce right away. That's today reality, but it sometimes seems a bit out of whack to me. Keven: Still believe most all teams would rather have Rodgers, Manning, Brees than the alternative. I hear you. With a flat salary cap it's especially difficult to build a team around a $100 Million Dollar Quarterback. But these are still the players who carry you to a Super Bowl. It's still worth the money. Now, would you do this with Jay Cutler, Colin Kaepernick or Andy Dalton coming up? I don't know. But still remember what Rich Gannon said to me this past off season. This is the "cost of doing business." It's on the Packers and other teams to develop young talent around that player. Not easy. Dean: Aaron Rodgers can still take this team to the playoffs if they're still in the playoff hunt when he returns. The Packers absolutely have to win against the Minnesota Vikings at home. The Vikings certainly have no sympathy for anything happening at quarterback in Green Bay. But if Green Bay can keep its head above water, Rodgers might be able to get on a roll again. Wouldn't be a surprise. He's the player who makes problems elsewhere disappear. Will Green Bay be in the hunt by the time he returns? I'm not so sure. Hi Tyler. Certainly it wasn't all the fault of the defense today; it was really an all around lackluster team performance. Is The Pack really as mediocre as they've looked the last three weeks, sans A Rod? Granted, when you lose playmakers like Rodgers, Matthews, Cobb and Finley for an extended period, the team is going to suffer. But with the depth they have at most positions, they shouldn't look as flat as they have on both sides of the ball, should they? Timm: The most disappointing development for the Packers has to be the defense. They were allegedly playing with a new attitude, a new toughness, etc. this season. And three straight weeks, they've been dominated in the trenches. With so many playmakers down on offense, the defense needed to keep shutting teams down and forcing turnovers. Instead, an interception today felt like a revelation. So I guess what we are seeing is the Jacksonville Packers. Without Favre and Rodgers MM looks like a below average coach. These games were winnable, yet this team is playing like the 32 team in the league. Everything is just sloppy from the "O" to the "D" and throw in special teams. So who's to blame? This team is a trainwreck! We should not be capitulating to mediocre teams, yet, we are what we are. I've been a Packer fan since 1960 and I haven't seen a colapse like this since Phil Bengston took over for Lombardi. So how does this get fixed? Steve: Phil Bengston? Now, now, Steve. Let's keep perspective. The discount ray bans aviators starting quarterback, the one who won the MVP award in 2011 has a broken collarbone. That does change things. How does it get fixed? Just me, but I'm not sure the Packers' current deficiencies can be fixed with Rodgers out. Instead, he has to be the player who makes those deficiencies invisible. It's been multiple weeks of the same problems. The Packers' defense isn't suddenly www.rbsunglassesdiscount.com going to become a juggernaut. Green Bay needs to get a win with the back up, get a little luck and hope Rodgers returns sooner rather than later. Tyler, please help me understand how opposing receivers can consistently beWIDE OPEN against our defense. I mean, much of the time (especially on third down) thet are uncontested. Come on, it's scheme or coaching Ted the 2x4 is picking guts who can't play. I am starting to lose my mind. , it's a mixture of everything. We're getting a lot of folks calling for Dom Capers' firing again in the questions today. Don't have anything new to say on that front. Don't count on anything in the middle of the season. Not going to happen. Maybe McCarthy and the Packers reassess after the season, but they wouldn't pull the plug right now. But there's also Micah Hyde getting turned around on Randle's touchdown. In the first half, Green Bay had trouble getting off the field. One turnover wasn't enough. It's coaching. It's the players. And on most days, the Packers should be able to beat a team if they hold the offense to 20 points.New Orleans, LA What are the chances Morgan Brunetts gets his contracted reconstructed during the offseason? Let's be honest, he hasn't lived up to that contract at all.