Did you enjoy the Green Bay Packers’ game on Sunday? Of course you didn’t, and neither did the players and coaches on the team. Another frustrating loss has this team on the verge of despair, and that is due at least in large part to the offense’s inability to move the ball consistently, particularly early in games.
There aren’t many answers right now for this team and it’s tough to find reasons for optimism. Mental mistakes abound, they lead to failed plays, and those failures lead to losses. Furthermore, youth can only be an excuse for so long, particularly when the same mistakes are coming up time and time again.
The Packers certainly aren’t the only team that looks lost right now, but it’s tough to think of a team that looks more lost than them at this point.
Rapid reaction: ‘True test’ of togetherness, resolve faces Packers now | Packers.com
If this team couldn't get it together over a bye week before facing a dismal Broncos team, will it ever happen?
Behind the Numbers: Packers offensive woes continue vs. Broncos | Packers Wire
The game was probably a fair amount worse than the statistics suggest it should have been, and a lack of success on deep passing continues to hamstring the offense as a whole.
Jordan Love, Matt LaFleur continue to disappoint as Packers fall to Broncos - The Athletic ($)
Whose seat is hotter right now? It's going to be a very interesting offseason if these two can't get the Packers turned around soon.
Referee Blows Up Steratore’s View of Doubs’ Touchdown vs. Surtain - Sports Illustrated
If you watched the game with the audio on, you probably heard CBS' officiating "expert" say that Romeo Doubs' score should have been a pick instead. But the referee in the game -- and the NFL's current VP of officiating -- both confirmed the call on the field and explained why it was correct.
Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce Fans Swarm Restaurant, Find Scarecrows Instead | Insider
This is getting a bit out of hand.