The Packers are below average


Let’s face it.

4 Responses to “The Packers are below average”

  1. Kai Says:

    At this point I’m hoping for a 42-0 wake up call. This is clearly not just a “we really miss Jordy” issue. This is systemic. We’ve won several by pure luck…and MM is just happy with it and says we need to stop whining. Seriously think we need some changes at the top. I just don’t think he’s the guy to get us to the Promised Land any longer. His methods and play calling are tired.

  2. #12 the man Says:

    The lack of offense is print the defense in a bad position. McCarthy et al seem to have exhausted their creativity, and A-rod, has lost his confidence. It’s pretty clear that coach and QB are not on the same page – it’s easy to say replace McCarthy, but with who? Who’s impressive and available?

  3. Dave In Tucson Says:

    I would’t say below average (if you’re talking about the whole league). If you’re talking about the teams going into the playoffs, then yeah.

    Cardinals and Panthers are the two best teams in the NFC right now (and maybe the whole NFL) so it’s no shock to me the Packers are having an ugly game. It’s just more of what we’ve been seeing for most of the season.

  4. Kai Says:

    Cardinals are simply exploiting our numerous weaknesses. Anyone with game tape will do the same from here on out. Sad part is that it’s the same for every other team in the league, but we don’t make adjustments…we just act like nobody knows. As far as a replacement, lots of strong OCs. Granted MM is not the only issue, but when I see so many penalties, poor routes, uninspired play, that’s on the coaching staff.

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