"We are all about getting in as many punches in as possible," Packers coach Mike McCarthy said. "We were a little disjointed, frankly, at the start. "We started in no-huddle and had some communication with the referees about the mechanics of our no-huddle and substitutions, and them standing over the ball much longer than we've experienced in the past. So we went back to standard huddle and that worked more effectively." In the second half, the Packers quit beating their heads against the hurry-up wall and put a body on a body, which is the foundation of their passing attack.
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