GREEN BAY, Wis. -- As the Green Bay Packers' injury list has grown this season, I've been saving the panic button for two occasions. The first is so obvious that I don't think I need to mention it. (Follow this link if you must.) The second was a little more subjective: If one more offensive lineman, regardless of his identity, limped off the field. That moment came with 6 minutes, 42 seconds remaining in the second quarter Sunday at Lambeau Field. Right tackle T.J. Lang sprained his ankle, and the Packers were forced to break the emergency glass and insert one of the two undrafted rookies they are using as backup linemen these days. You would have been justified at that point to expect a jailbreak from the Minnesota Vikings' talented defensive line, but instead you saw one of the more impressive feats of the Packers' season...
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