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gator writes: "from what I saw, there was always ONE guy making the right move on almost every play--the trouble is the other ten looked lost or like they were free-lancing ... "We saw what this group is capable of in the last three preseason games--but somewhere, somehow they managed to lose their focus...maybe they started to believe their press clippings, and now have seemed to lose confidence as well, playing soft and waiting for the play to come to them...but in the long haul, they should be OK--edwards is going to have to do an awful lot to impress me, though." Keep up the good work on Packer Report Fan Talk.
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