Mon, November 16, 2015
Packers lacking answers
To suggest the Packers should panic after falling at home to Detroit would be silly. There's nothing good that can come of that. But last week, in this very same space, I wrote about how little we could actually learn from this game against Detroit. Of course, that was before the Packers ACTUALLY LOST to the previously 1-7 Lions. In reality, we learned quite a bit about this group, and it's not good. They're in disarray on offense and everyone seems to be lacking answers. That includes Aaron Rodgers, who doesn't look close to the MVP player we've seen in recent years. On top of that, the receivers continue to have trouble getting open and the backs (i.e. James Starks with Eddie Lacy inactive) can't find daylight. All that makes for a pretty poor football team and will often result in what we saw Sunday. The unfortunate thing about all this I've seen little in the way of possible solutions. Green Bay seems convinced they'll snap out of it at some point and have made very few adjustments on the offensive side of the ball. The bottom line ... if that continues this week, Minnesota possesses plenty of talent to send the skid to four games.
When last we spoke on this blog, the Packers were reeling. Nothing was working offensively, nor had it for the…
To suggest the Packers should panic after falling at home to Detroit would be silly. There's nothing good that can…