It’s hard not to love Mike McCarthy’s Keep Calm and Carry On motivational ploy this week. Given the concentration of injuries both on offense (wide receiver) and defense (linebacker), it would have been easy for the Packers to wonder if their seemingly endless injury problems may finally prove to be too much. Not that an old pre-World War II poster will mean much once the ball is kicked off, but the message was worthwhile: We’ve handled this sort of thing before, we can do it again. While this might have had all the trappings of a so-called “trap” game given how bad the Browns offense appears to be now that they’re back to starting Weeden, the injuries should take care of any looking-past-‘em-it is. While they may have trouble putting up big points without two of their top three receivers, the Packers should extend their nine-game home winning streak to 10 and win their 23rd regular-season game in their last 24 tries at Lambeau. Packers 23, Browns 13. (Season record: 5-0)

– Jason Wilde