The last time the Green Bay Packers started a guard at the offensive tackle position, disaster unfolded.
In the final game of the 2015 regular season, the Packers started then-guard Josh Sitton at tackle due to injuries and he promptly allowed two sacks, including a fumble that was returned for a touchdown.
Fast forward to 2017 and again due to injuries, Green Bay again moved a guard to tackle and this time it was Lane Taylor.
The results however were very different. Taylor held his own and played very well. Rodgers was only sacked twice, and the Packers rolled to a victory.
It’s comforting to know the Packers have another versatile offensive lineman in the recently-extended Taylor. While Bryan Bulaga and David Bakhtiari continue to heal, Taylor will continue to be the anchor of the line.
Guess the Packers offense can stay in its “Lane” after all.
Read more on Taylor and other topics of interest in today’s Cheese Curds.
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