by Bruce Ciskie
Wednesday, you had a chance to read a brilliant piece by our own Michael David Smith. In this week's Every Play Counts, MDS ripped apart the underachieving failure that is the Packers' defense.
Among the primary issues of late has been the move of cornerback Charles Woodson to safety. As MDS pointed out, Woodson has played okay. He didn't make any spectacular plays, but he did his job adequately. The problem with the move is that it simply transferred the hole in the Packers' defense from safety to cornerback. Because the Packers have stubbornly refused to adjust their scheme, third cornerback Tramon Williams has been constantly left alone in situations that he's not good enough to handle by himself.
From the sounds of it, however, the Packers and their coaching staff didn't read Every Play Counts.
Packers Coaches Don't Read FanHouse, Insist on Continuing to Start Woodson at Safety originally appeared on NFL FanHouse on Thu, 11 Dec 2008 11:15:00 EST . Please see our terms for use of feeds.