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Crosby's Struggles Could Kick Pack's Enthusiasm

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CHICAGO -- Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby has become a freak show, so unreliable that his coach now treats that side of the field like four-down territory. But don't tell that to Crosby, because he doesn't want to hear it. Won't acknowledge it. All but sticks his fingers in his ears and ...

 

Na-na-na-na ... I can't hear you.

 

That was Crosby's reaction, in various shapes and forms, to questions after the Packers overcame another of his brutal kicking days to beat the Bears 21-13 on Sunday for the NFC North title.

 

"I had a good week of work, just didn't make two kicks today," Crosby said. "But we won the game. We won the division. It's a team sport."

 

True, football is a team sport -- until it's not. Until it...

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