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“We don’t (have) a guy that’s tossing the ball,” Finley said. “We have a guy throwing the ball like a baseball, so you have to focus hard.”

Finley did have three touchdowns in the Packers‘ Sept. 25 victory at Chicago, but he expects the Bears to adjust the way they cover him on Sunday.

“I would think they’ve seen film of guys putting their hands on me, getting manned up and getting me off my route,” Finley said. “I wouldn’t doubt they’ll do the same.”

Nelson, meanwhile, acknowledged that a pair of early interference calls changed the way he played Sunday.

“It affects you because you’re out there playing the game the way you’ve always played,” Nelson said. “So when you get two flags, especially as quickly as I did back-to-back like that, you kind of have to change something, because obviously what I was doing was incorrect. You have to adjust to the way the game is being officiated and move forward. I don’t think I was ever in the situation again with the back-shoulder throw the rest of the game. But it’s part of the game and you’ve got to adjust.”

And Nelson isn’t buying talk that the Chiefs’ defense provided some sort of blueprint for other teams to slow down the Packers‘ offense.

“What Kansas City did, I think teams have tried,” Nelson said. “We were a little undermanned, and we didn’t perform the way we needed to perform across the board. I don’t think there’s very many guys in here that were very happy with their play. When you don’t play well, a team at this level, especially on the road, is going to take advantage of that.”