The Green Bay Packers did not have a great time of things on Sunday, as they lost their second game of the season, against the Carolina Panthers.
The Packers defense imploded on the field, giving up 37 points to Cam Newton and the unbeaten Panthers, with Aaron Rodgers failing at everything he tried in the first half before finally coming alive in the third and fourth quarters to make the scoreline somewhat respectable.
It wasn't just on the field where the Pack's defense self-destructed, they managed it on the sidelines as well with several stars getting into a bit of a bust up.
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The Panthers had just sliced through the Packers defense on a five-play, 74-yard touchdown drive that ended up with Devin Funchess going in for his first NFL TD on a long play, where Ha Ha Clinton-Dix failed to stop the ball from getting to the receiver.
After the drive, Clinton-Dix approached defensive end Julius Peppers - who had reportedly been shouting at the secondary all game to turn their brains on - and the two got into a bit of a shouting match.
Defensive tackle B.J. Raji stepped between the teammates and told Clinton-Dix to go back to the defensive backs portion of the sideline, before also getting into with the former Alabama star and vigorously shoving him in the chest before more teammates stepped in.
The argument played out in front of the television cameras and you can see how things went down here. You can check out a brief clip of the scuffle below...
Whatever Peppers and Raji were saying, it was almost certainly justified. The Packers defense was a dumpster fire all game long, with former first round pick Clinton-Dix being especially poor in giving up multiple big plays to the Panthers notoriously weak receiving corps.
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