Packers are rolling into week fiveSubmitted: 10/05/2015
GREEN BAY - The Packers kept things rolling Sunday in San Francisco.

The team extended its record to 4-0.

The Green Bay offense fought hard to put up 17 points.

The Packers defense helped lead the team to victory.

But Coach Mike McCarthy said it was a week four type of game.

"This is week four of the NFL, this is how it goes," Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy said. "You've got to find ways to win these games. It's never as clean as you'd like but it's never as bad as you think either."

The Packers came out and scored on their first drive of the game Sunday.

They also scored quickly after halftime.

That's important on the road.

"We had two really, really good starts at home, weeks two and weeks three, now the challenge to go do that out on the road as was not the case in Chicago in week one," said McCarthy.

The Packers sacked Colin Kaepernick six times Sunday.

Currently Green Bay ranks second in the league with 17 sacks this season.

The Packers have 13 sacks in the past two games.

"We trying to establish that, it's not easy, we've got various guys getting to the quarterback," Packers Linebacker Mike Neal said. "It's not even sacks. We just look at how many guys getting back there personally pressuring the quarterback. That's big. We got guys missing sacks and cleaning up sacks. Just being able to create that pressure."

The Packers now come back to Lambeau Field to take on the St. Louis Rams on Sunday at noon.

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MADISON - The Badgers suffered a tough defeat to Iowa on Saturday, losing 10-6.

Many point to the Badgers ineffective running game as a major factor in the loss.

Wisconsin is without star tailback Corey Clement.

Now a sophomore fullback from Land O' Lakes has been called upon to help open the run game.

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GREEN BAY - Green Bay defeated the San Francisco 49ers 17-3 Sunday in Santa Clara.

The Packers are now 4-0.

The Packers ended the day with 166 more yards of offense than the 49ers.

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GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers and Randall Cobb were productive as the Green Bay Packers stayed unbeaten this season.

Rodgers threw three of his five touchdown passes to Cobb while the Packers were building a 38-14 lead by the fourth quarter of a 38-28 victory over the visiting Kansas City Chiefs.

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MADISON - The Wisconsin Football team will need to go a few weeks without running back Cory Clement.

It's after the team found out that Clement had a sports hernia.

Clement has missed the Badgers' last two games after playing sparingly against Alabama in the season opener

Clement told reporters that the area didn't feel like it did this summer following the Alabama Game.

He'll now get surgery to repair the hernia.

"Unfortunately, one day in practice, I took a fall, and at this stage I think I made it worse by trying to play on it throughout Alabama," says Clement. "And we did the ultra-sounds and everything, and the MRI showed there were two hernias."

Clement will miss around four to six weeks with the injury.

The badgers play Hawaii in Madison this weekend.

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GREEN BAY - The Packers will head into Week Three of the NFL season with Eddie Lacy tagged as questionable for Monday night's game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Lacy sprained his right ankle in the first quarter of Sunday's win over the Seattle Seahawks..

But Coach Mike McCarthy doesn't seem too concerned.

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MILWAUKEE - A 30-year-old will now head the Milwaukee Brewers baseball operations. The team announced its replacement for the outgoing Doug Melvin on Monday.

David Stearns will take over as the team's general manager. He was working as an assistant GM with Houston until today.

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Packers prepare for SeattleSubmitted: 09/17/2015

GREEN BAY - Packers fans won't have to wait much longer for a rematch with the Seattle Seahawks.

The two teams will play each other this week on Sunday night.

Fans don't need a reminder of how it went the last time these teams met but while the Packers won their 2015 season opener, the Seahawks lost theirs.

Their highly touted defense gave up 34 points, but Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy says he isn't fooled by their bad outing.

"It's a very talented defense," says McCarthy. "They still play with the same energy and activity. None of that has changed. One game doesn't make a season, let alone [it's] not going to change my opinion. So this is a big challenge for our offense."

Fans won't forget last year's NFC Championship game soon, but it seems like the players have.

"I think I've been a part of 30 some-odd losses as a quarterback so every one of those sticks with you," says Quarterback Aaron Rodgers. "It's frustrating when you put so much into it and you come up short, but it's a new season. We get back here in April, you start thinking about the 2015 team."

The Packers and the Seahawks will play Sunday at 7:30 p.m.

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GREEN BAY - Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will start promoting Adidas products under a multi-year partnership announced Thursday by the sneaker and sports apparel giant.

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ARLINGTON, TEXAS - The Paul Chryst Era got off to a losing start Saturday night.

But there were some bright spots.

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He looked composed throughout the game.

Stave Went 26-39 for 228 yards and two touchdowns.

He only had a little more than 1300 yards last year.

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The injury happened just six plays into the preseason game.

It was a simple pass to the right but Nelson fell to the ground after planting.

The Packers did not say exactly what happened to Nelson's knee, but it is a bad injury.

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