Packers' Slow Start Woes Continue in Loss to Vikings


The Green Bay Packers showcased their ongoing struggle with slow starts, and this time, it lasted almost the entire game, resulting in a 24-10 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, marking their fourth consecutive defeat. Frustration loomed in the Packers' locker room as they faced the consequences of yet another lackluster performance. Quarterback Jordan Love expressed his exasperation, highlighting the team's string of losses despite believing they should be winning these games. The Packers (2-5) came into the matchup with the unenviable distinction of ranking at the bottom of the league in first-half scoring, averaging just 4.3 points per game. Remarkably, their second-half performance led the NFL, averaging 17.3 points per game. In their previous two games, the Packers had successfully rallied from halftime deficits to seize the lead, only to lose both times. However, in this game, they couldn't manage a comeback, even when opportunities presented themselves, especially after Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins left the field with a potential Achilles tendon injury.

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