On Sunday, it seemed like it went on all night for McCarthy. He's been dealing with a quad injury. "I love to be in a rhythm", Dalton said. As long as the Packers are able to contain Green and don't let him take over the game in the way Jones can and has done before against the Packers, they should be able to stifle the Bengals offense and cruise to a victory. They also stand 3-0-1 ATS in their last 4 meetings with the Packers as well.
Also in the good news department: Right tackle Bryan Bulaga (ankle), who has missed both regular-season games so far after going down during an August 23 practice, also practiced fully. "I feel good. I felt good with my wind. I'm good going forward". On the offense, Left Tackle David Bakhtiari, who injured his hamstring in the Seahawks game after doing the splits has not practiced all week and is doubtful to play along with Receiver Randall Cobb (Chest). Getting points on the board early and often will be critical for the Packers if they want to make quick work of the the reeling Bengals. "You'd love to have 87 [Nelson] out there, but if he's not going we need Trevor and Jeff step up".
The Packers practice on Saturday, that lineup will "tell the story" according to McCarthy.
Still, the Packers' injury report this week resembled an All-Pro roster.
Injuries that could leave the Packers without several key players may help Cincinnati's chances of digging out from a 0-2 start.
"There's a ton of data that's collected throughout every individual's training each and every day", McCarthy said.
"I think I'm pretty comfortable", Campbell said. Behavior patterns are important in all aspects of training your football team and we're aware of it and, with that, we deal with it. "I hate talking like this because he's got a lot left and this is just a milestone that he's getting ready to jump over".