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Cobb: Guys Are Putting Too Much Pressure on Themselves

Randall Cobb

Well, we’ve got it all figured out now. What’s wrong with the Green Bay Packers offense?

Randall Cobb says guys are putting too much pressure on themselves.

“We’ve all looked ourselves in the mirror and asked what we needed to do more,” Cobb said. “I think we’re kind of putting more pressure on ourselves than we need to instead of just going out there and playing ball. The game hasn’t changed. We just need to settle in and play ball.”

We’ve heard this before.

We’ve heard it from Cobb as an individual. We’ve also heard him say he needs to make more plays, i.e. putting pressure on himself.

What does that tell us?

No one has a good answer and the players are probably tired of hearing the questions about what’s wrong with them.

Just this week, guard Josh Sitton was saying the offense is too predictable. Coach Mike McCarthy said the problem is fundamentals.

Clearly, no one is on the same page.

That right there sounds like a recipe for failure to us.

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3 Comments

  1. JD November 18, 2015

    Yes Monty, it sounds like a recipe for failure. Minnesota 35, Packers 17, AP will run for 130 yards, and Bridgewater for another 60 yards. Hope I’m wrong and Rodgers and company can play up to their potential.

  2. MMTTDCSUCK November 18, 2015

    TT and the Buffoon have laid out the groundwork for this debacle. Plain and simple. TT needed to “salt” in a few above average FA’s before the season started, and MM needed to make more needed adjustments to a very stale attitude and Offensive and Defensive schemes that Sitton so bravely stated were “PREDICTABLE” . . . Yeah! we will go back and look at the film and make the needed adjustments . . . WHEN? FUCKING WHEN??

    1. Savage57 November 18, 2015

      I can’t speak for McCarthy, but the smart money says Capers will be doing it on the plane ride back to Green Bay.