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Following an off season of soul searching and a rocky regular season, a player named Andy Mulumba must be a player who closes the gap.
veins snaking down his long forearms nods his head.
So a power game awaits. And versed in the defense, Mulumba is playing with more strength. Early in the season, he admitted he was a bit too finesse. To sack the Bears' Jay Cutler, Mulumba bench pressed tight end Martellus Bennett into the backfield.
Michigan, he was a raw defensive end.
"It's a mind set," Mulumba said. "You have to go across from your guy and tell yourself you have to kick his (expletive) every play. That's how you do it or Soccer Cleats Without Socks else it's going to be over for you during the game."
And if facing Staley wasn't daunting enough, the threat of the read option looms. It forces hard charging pass rushers to think horizontally.
The last time the outside linebackers popped in film of the 49ers, Mulumba's head was on one, continuous spin. He can't say what he was thinking then. He was still in a blur, piecing Dom Capers' 3 4 defense together. Now, the rookie from Eastern Michigan says, "it's just repeating stuff." He's confident and has "the handle of it" going into the rematch.
Of course, the 49ers did the imposing in the playoffs last January to the tune of 323 rushing yards.
GREEN BAY, Wis. Inside the film room, Clay Matthews is explaining to the young linebacker what worked against San Francisco's Joe Staley. When to rush. When to contain. How to beat this mountain of a left tackle.
"We have to step our game up," Mulumba said. "Clay's a big part of this defense. We have to take over."
What Mulumba possessed all along are rare physical tools.
Holding a "No. 1" for effect, Mulumba recorded his first career sack last week at Chicago. That was the only time the Packers threatened the quarterback. Now, Green Bay needs more to escape Sunday's arctic cold with a win.
One late hit aside, Matthews' Week 1 performance at San Francisco was a "How To" manual for outside linebackers. On Sunday, the star of this Pro Bowl less Green Bay Packers defense will be powerless after breaking his thumb again two weeks ago.
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"For me to try to repeat that would really have an impact on this game," Mulumba said of Matthews' eight tackle, one sack opener. "I'm trying to watch everything he did and detail everything he did. I don't know if it'll work, but I'll try my best to make it work."
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"It's what Kevin Greene teaches us being physical all the time," Mulumba said. "San Francisco is a physical team. So we have to respond that way against them. We can't allow them to run us over and impose their will on us. It has to be the opposite. We have to impose our will on them by being physical all the time."
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Yet his semi choppy English is a reminder. Mulumba arrived in Green Bay an unpolished product. His family fled the Congo when he was 12. They moved to Canada. He first played organized football at age 17. At Eastern Football Cleats Cover
Mulumba may be that unlikely source of energy for the defense.
322 pounds, with three first round picks, the Packers have to be physical.
"We have a game plan against them," Mulumba said. "We'll know what they want to run. And that will tell us when we have to rush and when we have to play the read option. Depending on their formation, we'll be able to tell."
This game, the Packers linebackers are picking up more tendencies.
The kicking for Mulumba must come against Staley, one of the best tackles in the game. With Nick Perry still battling a foot injury, that's the matchup. In San Francisco this week, Staley said he's disappointed he won't get to face Matthews. The heavyweight rematch has been replaced with a David vs. Goliath card.
These 2013 Packers are looking for their version of Wayne Simmons, their Sam Shields. That player very well could be the guy replacing Matthews the 6 foot 3, 260 pound Mulumba.
"I think his maturation process and his ability to understand the defense will always give him a chance," Raji said. "He has the physical ability. But a lot of times with young guys, when you don't know what you're doing, a lot of times you're not doing it to the best of your ability because you're thinking a lot. Andy kind of overcame that thinking too much and now he's just able to play. His play on the field indicative of that."
So when Matthews speaks this week, Mulumba is listening.
Someone. Anyone. This Packers' defense needs a hero. Bland "bodies in a pile," as position coach Kevin Greene puts it, won't fly anymore. Not in the playoffs, not against San Francisco.
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He has 33 inch arms. And, eyes wide, fellow outside linebacker Nate Palmer guessed that the large Mulumba has 8 percent body fat. Green Bay figured this could all be put to use once he picked up the defense. Raji noticed the intellect in camp. In time, Mulumba has gotten comfortable in the defense.
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