|Team Offense||Overall||Run Offense||Pass Offense|
|Team Defense||Overall||Run Defense||Pass Defense|
It's probably not a surprise that the defense was great, but the offense wasn't that bad (No. 11 overall) either. Of course, the game isn't won on the box score, and offensive coordinator Joe Philbin was not happy with how it looked. From Mike Vandermause:
"It’s not the statistics I’m concerned about," said Philbin. "It’s the film I’m worried about because the film’s not very good. And when the film’s not very good, you open up a can of worms to how teams are going to attack you down the road."
Without mentioning RT Allen Barbre in particular, o-line coach James Campen knows his unit struggled. Hmm...maybe when Campen says "unit" he really means "Barbre". From Mike Vandermause:
From footwork, to hand placement, to body angles, you name it. "Put on the tape, it was flat fundamentals," Campen said "It wasn’t their guys are stronger than our guys, overpowering our guys, (or) we’re not athletic and all those types of things."
And finally, again from Football Outsiders, the analysis of QB Aaron Rodgers (16th best QB in week 1):
and WR Devin Hester (3rd best WR):