"I think that's easier said than done. But that's ultimately what we strive for each and every week," Matthews said about slowing down Atlanta's fifth-ranked rushing attack to create favorable pass-rushing situations. "It's about stopping the run and getting after the quarterback."
"Yeah I mean it can make it incredibly difficult," Packers linebacker Clay Matthews said about the Giants' recent rushing success. "Then, on top of that, (they) can do a lot of play-action out of that. ... We anticipate this being a much different game than the first time around. But it should be a good one."