Packers' offense feels boxed in
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- No one inside the Don Hutson Center on Wednesday needed a JUGS radar gun to measure the difference between the passes Aaron Rodgers and Matt Flynn were throwing. One was an express train headed uptown and the other was a local falling behind schedule. If the Green Bay Packers are going to finish strong the final month of the season, they'll have to thrive on the velocity of Flynn's throw, starting with their first stop on a four-game odyssey -- a matchup with the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday at Lambeau Field. Though Rodgers' right arm looked to be in tip-top shape with some of the throws he made in practice, he's a long shot to play against the Falcons because his ...