By BOB McGINN
Just once in the last 84 seasons have the Green Bay Packers been shut out in successive games.
The Packers might be in jeopardy of doing it again Sunday night when they encounter the rugged defense of the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field.
“Absolutely,” an NFL executive in personnel said Tuesday. “It could happen. This is not the team you want to face if you want to avoid that statistic.”
The Packers (5-5) and backup quarterback Brett Hundley are a 14-point underdog against the Steelers (8-2), who have won five straight and are coming off their best offensive performance of ...
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