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Clay Matthews has had a front row seat for the last two games as he looked on from the sideline
As if Green Bay's remaining schedule wasn't tough enough, the Packers' injuries are starting to pile up.
Desmond Bishop has been missing all season, Clay Matthews has missed the last two games with an injured hammy, Greg Jennings has been dealing with all kinds of issues, Charles Woodson hasn't played for a majority of the season, and Sam Shields has been missing time in the Green Bay secondary.
Green Bay injuries have been tough on the Packers, but they have fought them well, as they did in 2010. Against New York, however, it seems that Green Bay couldn't keep up with the fight.
The numerous defensive injuries for Green Bay started to show as they allowed almost 400 yards of offense to the Giants.
Green Bay's defense looked awful and its offense showed holes without Cedric Benson in the backfield and Greg Jennings split wide.
If the Packers can't start getting some of their big playmakers back in the coming week, they might not have enough left in the tank to make a late season run at the Super Bowl.
As for updates on their injuries, check here.