For better or for worse, this season was always going to be defined by the Packers’ youngest players. I and other writers here have used that phrase in a variety of ways so far this year, and it’s still true. To the extent that the Packers would succeed this year, it would be either because or in spite of their young contributors.
Thankfully, it’s turned out to be the former. The Packers have gotten consistently solid performers from a number of young players, especially on offense. Jayden Reed, Dontayvion Wicks, and Tucker Kraft have been core players on the offense over the past few weeks, and Luke Musgrave, Christian Watson, and Romeo Doubs have each played their parts this season.
Of course, it’s only one season. Shoot, it’s really only part of one season. But it’s been promising enough to make the future seem bright and exciting rather than uncertain. And as 2023 draws to a close, both on the calendar and on the field, it makes 2024 look all that much more exciting.
Tired: third-round duds. Wired: third-round studs.
The Packers churned clock and put up points, a great combo for a game-winning drive.
There are more than a few youngsters who are putting up great performances this season.
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The Packers’ turned up the heat on defense and came up short. At least they’re trying something.
Just win, baby.
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12/31/23 works out to 1-2-3-1-2-3, which is as good a reason as any for some people to get married, it turns out.