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Monday Cheese Curds: High-flying Packers offense carrying the load in a 3-0 start

The Packers are rolling on offense, and it’s powered them to a 3-0 start.

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Three games, three wins, 122 points. Despite warts on defense and an offense that somehow — inexplicably — can still leave points on the field, that’s the story of the 2020 Packers so far. They’re winning, and they’re doing it with a well-executed offense leading the way in record-setting fashion.

And they’re doing it in a tantalizing variety of ways: Aaron Jones running, Aaron Jones catching the ball, Davante Adams dicing up secondaries in the midrange passing game, Allen Lazard and Marquez Valdes-Scantling going deep, tight ends popping wide open on schemed-up looks. The possibilities seem endless.

Of course, the aforementioned defensive warts could still be the Packers’ undoing. But for now, the Packers are rolling and it’s fun to watch.

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With Davante Adams out, the Packers needed everybody to step up in the passing game. The tight ends did their part, even the near-geriatric Marcedes Lewis.

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