Brett Hundley has had a rough beginning to his career as a starting quarterback.
That much is certain. In two-plus games since taking over for Aaron Rodgers, Hundley has a stat line of just 57-97 for 489 yards, one touchdown, and four picks. The big plays aren’t coming, and when he does throw a reasonably good deep ball, something unfortunate happens.
That was the case a couple of times on Monday night, as two notable deep attempts fell without success. However, Hundley’s pocket presence needs work as well, as we’ll see in today’s Curds.
Packers' offense continues its search for big plays | Packers.com
The offense actually had a chance at two big plays downfield against Detroit, but one went off Davante Adams' fingertips and the other was erased when Darius Slay mugged Jordy Nelson without a call.
Disaster against Lions offers sobering view of Packers | Packers Wire
One writer is taking the Packers' organization to task for the defensive performance, placing blame on both the GM and the coordinator.
Getting a line on Brett Hundley's chances for success | Packersnews.com
The protection in front of Hundley was actually pretty good on Monday, which makes some of his issues that much more frustrating. One analyst blames Hundley directly for two of the three sacks he took in the game, with the only other one coming on an unblocked blitz.
Chicago Bears favored over Green Bay Packers for first time in 9 years - ESPN
Not only are the Bears favored, but they're favored by five points. Hopefully the Packers defense will look vastly better against a Chicago offense that is 27th in scoring.
When offensive linemen get their hands on the football, magic happens - SBNation.com
Former Packers tackle Marshall Newhouse had a blooper for the ages on Sunday. He allowed a sack on Derek Carr, then scooped up the football and tried to run. It didn't go well.