Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Packers eager to erase memory of loss in Denver - Yahoo Sports

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Sunday can't come soon enough for the Green Bay Packers even with an undefeated Carolina Panthers team awaiting them.

Looking to bounce back from their first loss of the season and their worst performance in ages, the Packers returned to practice Wednesday, seeking to put their 29-10 loss to the Denver Broncos behind them and focus on a pivotal game against a fellow NFC contender.


''We went out there and we just laid an egg. We didn't do hardly anything right,'' safety Micah Hyde said. ''Immediately after the game, (and even) during the game, you just have that feeling like, you want to go out there and start the game over again. But, it's the NFL. You're not going to win every game, so you've got to move on. And it is a good thing that we have a quality opponent this week that's undefeated. We can go in there and have a big opportunity to make a splash win.'