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    Fewell=Genius? His game plan was amazing!

    The GB WR Fewell was most concerned about was Jordy Nelson. Webster shut him down and forced Rodgers to hit a dinged up Jennings and an old Donald Driver. This lead to almost no YAC and allowed the D to make great open field tackles. Finley got open a bit but him and rodgers just weren't on the same page. So he was a non factor.

    Their Running game was non existent after they got behind. Thats when the giants front 4 started eating rodgers alive.

    I give it up to Fewell and the way he has got the D playing to the best of their abilities and strengths.

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    Re: Fewell=Genius? His game plan was amazing!

    He said he dumbed the schemes down, seems like it's working. 120 more perfect minutes of football please.

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    Re: Fewell=Genius? His game plan was amazing!

    He finally dropped all the confusing coverages and started plying his scheme to the personnel strengths... Finally.... He started letting these guys play some backyard dwfnse ... Plus it helps to get healthy

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    Re: Fewell=Genius? His game plan was amazing!

    Wouldn't go that far. You can't game plan for fumbles. His pass coverage was dependent on the line and you play the run on the way to the QB.

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    Re: Fewell=Genius? His game plan was amazing!

    this is a great example of why you have to hang onto these guys and not can them mid year.

    not alot of examples of where the firing saves a team, lots of examples of hanging onto a coach and what a difference it makes.

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    Re: Fewell=Genius? His game plan was amazing!

    [quote user="GiantsDynasty"]The GB WR Fewell was most concerned about was Jordy Nelson. Webster shut him down and forced Rodgers to hit a dinged up Jennings and an old Donald Driver. This lead to almost no YAC and allowed the D to make great open field tackles. Finley got open a bit but him and rodgers just weren't on the same page. So he was a non factor.

    Their Running game was non existent after they got behind. Thats when the giants front 4 started eating rodgers alive.

    I give it up to Fewell and the way he has got the D playing to the best of their abilities and strengths.[/quote]Fewell had nothing to do with the 8 dropped passes that could have been game changers. The receivers were wide open with no one near them. Great plan, right? Good think also that Osi got to Rodgers in time to knock the ball out or else that would have been a TD because the WR had smoked our corner. Or the fact that he had no answer for Rodgers gaining huge yards on the ground.

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