The Green Bay offense has been able to pick up chunk plays in the passing game, with the help of a particular route concept.
Week 6 felt like a game that previewed more good things to come from the Packers’ offense. Going into the bye, there’s plenty of room for optimism.
On defense, it’s slow starts; on offense, it’s a bunch of things. But the fact is that the Packers need to improve all over to be a contender by the end of the year.
After starting the season 3-2-1, what do we make of the Packers?
The offense turned it on late once again, but a 40-minute log stretch of poor play nearly doomed the Packers
It’s déjà vu as another muddled performance has us again wondering if this Packers team is any good.
Green Bay’s improbable final drive against the 49ers kept the team in the thick of a tight division battle as a tough post-bye schedule awaits.
Green Bay’s kicker bounced back in a big way on Monday and got a league honor for his efforts.
It took almost a half, but once the Packers figured out how to line up against Kyle Shanahan’s offense, the chunk plays all but disappeared.
This is the second time this year that the Packers released their former fifth-round draft pick.
The nature of the Packers’ win over San Francisco did little to assuage concerns about the team’s outlook.Presented by
The Takeaway, 49ers vs. Packers: Aaron Rodgers overcomes injury-riddled roster to keep Packers afloat
The undermanned Packers dealt with even more injuries during Monday’s game against the 49ers, but Aaron Rodgers found a way to carry the team to victory. Still, even a two-time MVP quarterback can’t rescue Green Bay like this every week.
The Green Bay defense was much better in the second half than the first, though that wasn’t a high bar to clear.