The first came in the second quarter, and was forgivable. A 50-yard attempt is difficult for any kicker, but they were in a dome-- so it's less forgivable. The second, a 38-yarder in the forth quarter should be a given for most kickers, if you've seen Crosby kick in 2012, you know there are no givens.
Herein lies the problem: In 2012 the Packers' kicker has been atrocious. Since being drafted in 2007, Crosby has never finished a season worse than a 75 percent rating, and yet through 11 games Mason Crosby is trending for just a 61 percent year, with just eleven field goals in eighteen attempts.
Normally a constant for the Packers, he's now a wild card each week, and that's a problem for Green Bay, particularly if they get to the playoffs.