Well, it might have been if they weren't missing both starting tackles.
It's not an excuse, but it is a reality.
We now know the Packers are not as good as they were against Seattle. They beat up a team with a bad offensive line. They're getting their butts kicked here. But it's Week 2. There are a lot of things they need to do better, but don't make season judgments on one game.
Yes, I agree. He has not been as good as advertised. I'm actually surprised he has looked so sluggish. He looked better in camp.
Good question. I'd like to know that, too.
There's a lot of interpretation involved. I'm not sure what separated the three calls they made. The one on Bennett seemed questionable because of how close it was to the line of scrimmage.
Were you concerned before they went on their late season run last year? Of course, you were. But they broke out of it and there's evidence they can play that way. They're typically a slow team out of the gate. And they're changing their offense some with the addition of Bennett and departure of Cook.
Those are inexcusable. I don't think that was prevalent last week. Whatever the case, it's something they need to clean up. Some of it is facing a team as good as Atlanta. Their athletes are better than Green Bay's. The Packers have to find a way to outperform them.
Tight end drops are a big story here tonight. Rodgers knows he should have had that.
I believe so. I can't remember if there were any receiver drops.
They need to be frank about it. Then again, how do you sugar coat this?
Thanks, bro. See you next year.
No. Athleticism and ability are two different things. Jordy Nelson isn't the best athlete on the field but he's one of the best receivers.
Devante Adams with a diving catch for a TD. Hit the pylon, so it should be a TD.