Packers Plan to Pressure Ailing Ponder

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Christian Ponder didn't out-quarterback Aaron Rodgers last Sunday (who had 365 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions), but he played the type of smart game, with just enough clutch throws, after failing earlier in the season, when he threw two red-zone interceptions in a 24-13 loss to Green Bay.

Now, the Packers defense is trying to figure out how to force the sore-armed Ponder into making those poor decisions again.

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