Downing resident, recent Glenwood City High School graduate and current Marian University student and athlete, Marcus Kadinger received an answer on a question he posted on the online message board for Packers Insider.
Following the Packers-Vikings contest on Sunday, September 16, Kadinger posted the following question to Packers Insider:
Marcus (Kadinger) from Fond du Lac, WI:
“A game of missed opportunities on both sides, a game of perhaps questionable calls on both sides. While Crosby no doubt kept us in the game, I can’t help but feel frustrated with five FGs instead of five TDs. I know the Vikings’ defense is top notch, but what do you think the offense could’ve done better to come away with more points on the scoreboard?”
To which Packers Insider replied:
“The holding call on Taylor, which looked iffy at best, played a big part. A couple of short-yardage failures really hurt, too, but Minnesota is always tough in those situations. Williams got stuffed on third-and-2 from the 12, and then Rodgers/Williams couldn’t connect on the fake handoff on second-and-1 from the 37 in OT or Crosby gets another shot. The volume of missed chances for the Packers in this game was staggering, as I laid out in my postgame editorial.”