Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said the team is sticking with PK Mason Crosby. "When results aren't what you want, you have to choose which way to go. Our choice is to stick with Crosby," McCarthy said.
Huddle Up: The Pack may be sticking with Crosby, who's missed 12 of 29 fieled-gal attempts, but fantasy teams outside of 32-team leagues shouldn't be.
Posted: 11/19/2012 12:11pm et
Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said following Week 11 he has no plans to release PK Mason Crosby despite his struggles. "We will continue with Mason," McCarthy said. "We will not blink as far as our commitment to him."
Huddle Up: Crosby has been a bit off this season, converting just 61 percent of his field goal attempts. But it sounds as if the Packers aren't looking to replace him, banking that he'll be more like the Crosby who made almost 80 percent of his kicks the previous five seasons. Between the misses and far more PATs than FGAs, Crosby has been a fantasy dud this year and his owners needn't be nearly as patient as the Packers.
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