Sherman Sez

Here's coach Mike Sherman's take on the Packers' 30-25 loss to the Minnesota Vikings Sunday at Lambeau Field:<p>

On Donald Driver's injury:

"It was pretty scary when he was down on the field, and everyone was just concerned for Donald. All the x-rays were negative and right now he has a very sore neck. He has full feeling and use of his limbs." On the Packers' problems:

Five turnovers, our inability to stop them on third down, those things are tough to overcome… Offense, defense, I'm sure everyone had a hand in it."

On the Packers' comeback:

"I'm proud we didn't fold our tent and that we had the character to fight back. It shows what we're made of. But there are no moral victories in Green Bay."

On opening refurbished Lambeau Field:

"We had a great fan base here today and I'm sorry we couldn't give them a better game. I guarantee there are better times ahead for the Green Bay Packers. We're still a very tough team to play at home, even though we lost today."


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