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Video: '5 Questions' and 'X's and O's' with LeRoy Butler

Video: '5 Questions' and 'X's and O's' with LeRoy Butler

This week in 5 Questions, Green Bay Packers hall of famer LeRoy Butler and JS reporter Tom Silverstein discuss the roll Aaron Rodgers and the offense are on, the impact of Julius Peppers, and how the Packers might cover Saints tight end Jimmy Graham. In X's and O's, they look at Jordy Nelson's skillful route running on his 59-yard TD and diagram one of the exotic blitzes Rodgers might face Sunday against the Saints.
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John Idzik is right: The New York Jets scored a "potential coup" by acquiring Percy Harvin. No, the Jets' general manager is wrong. Harvin is an ineffective role player. It's easy to form two different opinions on the trade, especially if you study Harvin's first and last games with the Seattle Seahawks this season. In the season opener, he was heavily involved in the game plan, touching the ball on six of the first 15 plays from scrimmage. He was electric, totalling 61 yards rushing and receiving on those plays and making the Green Bay Packers look foolish at times.

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