Week 5 2018: Packers at Lions
The Green Bay coaching staff played rookies out of necessity this week and appear entirely unwilling to let their most explosive back loose.
From fresh faces got involved in the Packers offense on Sunday, while some familiar faces didn’t do so well. Join us to see whose stock is up and whose went down after a rough loss.
Despite Aaron Jones establishing himself as the Packers’ best option at running back, Mike McCarthy continues to bury him behind inferior players.
If this offense can’t find consistency, the scheme stays behind the modern game, and Green Bay can’t rally to be NFC contenders, it’s time for even more changes.
Green Bay’s 12 penalties proved to be a back-breaker against the Lions, continuing a disturbing trend of undisciplined errors.
30 minutes down, 30 to go from Ford Field.
Davante Adams will play, but Geronimo Allison is out today.
Rookie running back Kerryon Johnson will be a new challenge on the ground for the Packers’ as they head to Detroit
Aaron Rodgers is not among them, however.
We know Aaron Rodgers doesn’t want receivers playing if he doesn’t trust them. Week 5 could be a chance for these rookies to earn his trust.
Cobb hasn’t practiced since injuring a hamstring last week.
Chris Perfett of SB Nation’s Detroit Lions blog Pride of Detroit answers our questions about first-time head coach Matt Patricia, Detroit’s talented receiving corps, and what he expects from Packers versus Lions.
Although his receivers are still out, the Packers’ QB took a full workload today.
Despite the offense’s struggles recently, APC and Packers fans are pretty optimistic about this Sunday’s game against the Lions.
While the Bears are on a bye week, the NFC North action is limited to two games this week, but there are plenty of good plays to be made in fantasy this week.
Here’s how to tune in for this week’s NFC North matchup.