In this week’s collaboration episode between Acme Packing Company and Pack-A-Day Podcast, APC’s Justis Mosqueda and Pack-A-Day’s Andy Herman discuss what went wrong with the Green Bay Packers’ offense in their loss to the Denver Broncos. Once again, the team failed to score enough points to make a solid defensive performance matter.
In the duo’s opinion, the real problem is the offense line, which featured all five members making mistakes during the game. With inconsistency up front comes inconsistency in both the air and on the ground.
So whose problem is this inconsistent offense? Is it Brian Gutekunst? Did he pick the wrong quarterback? Is it Matt LaFleur? Is he the wrong coach to lead the Packers into this post-Rodgers era? Green Bay’s internal narrative on why the Jordan Love offense isn’t working is going to paint the changes that will come, should Love continue to fail to produce.
With that being said, no, you shouldn’t tank football games. You still have a half-season left of play with a young roster that you need to get more out of. With two wins already under their belt, the Packers have probably already played themselves out of the Caleb Williams and Drake Maye races.
- 0:00: The Packers are a Russian roulette wheel of mistakes
- 17:00: Who is to blame?
- 30:30: The Jordan Love meter of confidence
- 35:15: Team Tank or not?
- 38:30: Liberate Dontayvion Wicks
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