"If the Packers are looking for miracles, they've chosen the wrong person," says I Lynn Dickey. "No one player can turn this or any other team around." He stops and smiles. "Not even me." Dickey served as Dan Pastorini's backup for four of his five years in Houston, but after throwing only four passes all last season he asked to be traded. "I could have stayed with the Oilers and held for extra points and field goals," he says, "but 10 years from now I would've kicked myself." Green Bay's quarterback coach, Zeke Bratkowski, touts Dickey as "a pure drop-back passer with perfect physical [6'4", 210 pounds] qualifications." Bart Starr, using his favorite word, describes Dickey as "coachable." Hmmm. Wasn't it just about 20 years ago that Vince Lombardi decided that Bart Starr was "coachable"?