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I Would Think This Is Obvious To Anyone, Even Head Coaches [Updated]

When one receiver on the opposing team has 83.5% of that team's receiving yards through two and a half quarters, while at the same time being covered that entire time by the same member of the Packers secondary, maybe it's time to change the way you're covering that player.

For crying out loud, coach, either give Charles Woodson a chance to cover Burress or slide a safety over to give Al Harris some help, because he's clearly not up to doing the job solo today.

Let's just say that my level of optimism for a positive result (6:32 left in the 3rd quarter, Giants leading 13-10) is not high at this moment.

I hope to heck I'm wrong.

[UPDATE: The power of negative thinking cannot be denied. TD Donald Lee, 17-13 Green Bay!]