– Credit where credit is due, Yosh Nijman rebounded incredibly well after a rough showing against Houston. Over the final two games, which spanned 56 pass-blocking snaps for Nijman, according to PFF, he allowed only one pressure, and we rarely even noticed that he was on the field–which is a good thing for an offensive lineman. He absolutely played his way onto the roster those last two weeks, and once again, the Green Bay Packers’ patience with a player appears to be paying off.
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