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Live blog from Lambeau Field

(In your best John Facenda voice rising over NFL Films music) Lambeau Field ... It soars into the air out of an otherwise ordinary residential neighborhood. It smells great around here because the folks really know how to tailgate.

And today, it could be the site of the Dolphins most impressive victory of the season so far.

Think about that. Let it marinate.

The Dolphins are treading water at 2-2. But as I wrote in the column I wrote in today's Herald, Miami has hope they can still be champions because, well, there are no great teams in the NFL this season. Please check out the column as it tells you in Brandon Marshall's and Yeremiah Bell's own words what they think of their chances.

For both players to be correct, today is a big day. The Dolphins have won on the road twice already but, let's be honest, this opponent offers a much greater challenge than either Buffalo (0-5) and Minnesota (1-3). The Packers are Super Bowl contenders, if you ask anyone around here, and they have won three times as many games already as Miami's previous two opponents combined.

And unlike Miami's previous opponents, these Packers have a complete passing game. That, in my opinion, is the greatest untapped weakness of the Miami defense. Yes, teams have run the ball with some success. But it's the pass defense that definitely worries me. We'll see today -- with Aaron Rodgers at QB for Green Bay -- how that defense holds up.

Jared Odrick is in the house, folks. I'll have an update on his game status along with the inactives as soon as they're available. And, of course, we'll have the live blog at kickoff.

[Update: Odrick and John Jerry are inactive. Randy Starks is starting at RE while Paul Soliai continues as the starting NT. Pat McQuistan will start at right guard ... The complete list of inactives is Marlon Moore, Thigpen as the No. 3 QB, Austin Spitler, Robert Rose, Patrick Brown, Jerry, Jeron Mastrud and Odrick.

For the Packers, the only inactive you need to care about is that Clay Matthews is on the list. He's out.]


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That was a ballsy throw by Henne...Marino would have tried that too.

nice 1st drive by Miami. so far so good

Where the crowd go Mando, it dropped like 100 decibels in there?

YEAH..................let's replace Henne. Right.

@ Miamitrini


a Wake sack, or Vontae INT would be nice here :)

No wildcat, consistently running ronnie. Henne still looks like a robot though. What sucks is that we all expected this. This is prototypical dolphins football. They almost always score on the first drive and then go cold.. not because the team sucks, but henning gets pretty with all the BS and shrivels up into fetal position

Let's not get ahead of ourselves. A simple special teams stop is all I want (and got).

Bell coulsd have made a huge play, but, missed...Good effort though

Packers para la Brady Poppinga!

He looks like what. He was 4 for 6 and about 60 yards. Nice robot. Idiot.

Richard3000, I'm with you brother. Don't trust Henning for nothin'!

Brady Poppinga looks similiar to Henne

Nice Benny!!!!!!

lol mando

Sapp making a play.

Bess looks like he's running in slow motion on returns...No straight-line speed

no link for game...What to watch Eagless vik vs Falcons or Patsies v Ravens?

Why dont the fins even try to go after the punter?

nice job D. i like this. my buddy just had his first child this morning and he is a huge packers fan so its such a special day for him he can take the loss. me not so much i need a win

There you go Benny!

I hope you don't get in trouble fo' that comment Armandito!

pats ravens.....go ravens.

i hate the eagles.

There have been several links posted above. some of which I have used in prior weeks.

lol dave, THAT'S A FAN!! Respect.

how many catches does marshall have now? 6-7?

you could not resist huh mando?? either could we?

B Marshy Marsh, on pace for 25 catches today! One man show!

things are looking good right now. we need to keep the hammer down and never look back.

Weez lookin' good boyz. As long as the ST's don't F it up!

did someone just say mcquistan with a nice block?

Tell Ricky not to fumble please...Thanks

It's amazing how good players can make coaches look!

its like theres 2 #19 out there

Awesome catch by hartline. Caught it on the ground.

It's amazing how good receivers can make bad throws look good...Nice snag Hartline

its a good thing hartline sucks. if he was good he may have dropped that ball.

Wait a minute Armandito, is this the same team we saw 2 weeks ago?

hartline saves the game........we gotta find a way to keep pressure on after good (great) 1st drive....consistency is the key

Another mid first quarter timeout...

hartinel nice on a bullet on the ground!

Looking good-on no-Randy Shannon called a time out-who let him do it?

what a catch!!!

Kinda funny that Fouts didn't see it that way Marc. You really got it in for Henne.

damn, I was behind with Tivo, no wonder you guys were calling plays before they happened

Thats our Henne.


Another Henne int!

He keeps throwing em!

doesn't tie go to offense

Henne, here we go! Incredible.

damn INT's killing us

Pass was placed the ONLY place the defender could get to it.

wow i knew it was too good to be true

all those who got so excited.....one drve does not a qb make.

Mandich: "earily reminiscent of Monday nite Pats game..........."



now when i refresh this page im going to have to read all the haters....

Man can we blow it or what........

On firstrow.net they got this bristish broadcaster talking american football...is that even legal ?


This is exactly what we didn't want. Go figure. This is disgusting.

Take a bow losers.

wow, that's the kind of QB we need!

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