Posted-November 12th, 2013 2:35 am
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy is more concerned with the way his defense is playing than he is about the revolving door he has at quarterback or the team's seemingly endless list of injuries.
With starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers set to miss his second straight game with a fractured left collarbone, McCarthy's focus Monday in the wake of the team's second straight loss wasn't on new starter Scott Tolzien, who played well against Philadelphia on Sunday after veteran backup Seneca Wallace suffered a groin injury on the opening series.
Rather, McCarthy's concern is with his defense, which allowed Eagles running back LeSean McCoy to run for 155 yards and had quarterback Nick Foles throw 55-, 45- and 32-yard touchdown passes in the Eagles' 27-13 victory at Lambeau Field.
(Copyright Associated Press)
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