Week 9 2018: Packers at Patriots
Zach and Ben break down yet another ugly loss and ask where the Packers go from here.
The Packers kept the snap counts much more even than a week prior, but issues on defense left Mike Pettine shuffling personnel again.
The Packers’ loss to the Patriots removes any lingering doubt that change will come to Green Bay this offseason.
One man took the blame for his mistakes while the other bailed after less than two minutes.
The Packers demonstrated that they’re good enough to hang around with great teams for a while, but not enough to actually pull off wins in close games.
Three starters are down on the defense tonight.
Green Bay squared up the game at 17 thanks to these two big pass plays.
Jason Spriggs is in the game at right tackle
Join us for the first half of Packers-Pats here.
While the Packers are down just one injured player, two huge contributors for the Patriots’ offense will sit out.
The injuries to the two key starters very well may keep them from suiting up on Sunday night.
The Packers need a win in Foxboro to get back over .500. Luckily, fans all across the country will be able to see the game on local TV.
Expect a close game on Sunday night, as Football Outsiders’ stats and projections say that the Packers and Patriots aren’t separated by very much.
The Packers will probably be missing a veteran wideout, which would leave more opportunities for their rookie receivers to impress once again.
Bernd Buchmasser of SB Nation’s New England Patriots blog Pats Pulpit answers our questions about Tom Brady’s battle with Father Time, Josh McDaniels’ curious offseason, and what he expects from Packers versus Patriots.
Jay Soderberg stops by to lend a Patriots fan perspective to our preview of Sunday night’s tilt.
Green Bay and New England have followed very different, yet strategic approaches to assembling a crew of receiving threats for Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady.
The Packers keep getting healthier, while a pair of starters on the Patriots’ offense failed to suit up today.
Both the writers and readers of APC are right down the middle on whether the Packers can pull off a win.