During their 38-3 drubbing at the hands of the New Orleans Saints last Sunday, one could argue on several plays Packers’ defenders weren’t even in the same library.
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“I’m confident and happy and excited and love these guys," Aaron Rodgers said. "As a competitor, I’m frustrated about my performance, our performance. But this game is about how you respond to negativity usually more than how you're hailed for your successes."
From linebacker Zack Baun tallying a team-high number of tackles to running back Melvin Gordon ripping off a long touchdown run, here are some…
The Saints' domination of the Packers on Sunday makes it reasonable to wonder if New Orleans has given future opponents a playbook for how to stymie Green Bay's previously high-powered offense.
“I still have the utmost confidence in our defense. We’re going to regroup and get better this week,” veteran safety Adrian Amos said.
Name one thing from the colossal stinker that was the 2021 season opener that gave any indication the Packers are a contender, as advertised. Don't worry, we'll wait.
How bad were things for Green Bay's defense Sunday afternoon? The one time the unit did something right, even that went horribly wrong.
The reigning NFL MVP was right on the mark with his assessment of his performance in Green Bay’s 38-3 season-opening blowout loss to the Saints.
After signing a four-year, $112 million extension to stay in Pittsburgh, T.J. Watt went out and showed why he deserves to be the highest-paid defender in the NFL. Watt recorded two sacks against Buffalo, forcing a fumble with one of them, and had five quarterback hits on Josh Allen. Watt has 51½ sacks since being drafted in 2017.
The defense got pushed around while Aaron Rodgers and the offense had chances to get back in the game and failed miserably. Not a great way to kick things off.