The Green Bay Packers offense has become too predictable, if you ask guard Josh Sitton.
That’s what he offered up for the team’s offensive struggles on Monday.
“I think that our offense has become too predictable. Teams know exactly what we’re going to do every week. We need to show them some different things,” Sitton said. “We’re not intimidating the defense right now. We’re not making them think, so they can just play really fast. And obviously, we’ve just got to execute better. We’re way too talented to not be playing at a high level right now. We need to execute what we do, and then do it better.”
We don’t completely agree with that. The Packers have mixed things up in terms of play calling over the past couple weeks.
They still aren’t bothering to run the football, though. So that’s become predictable.
Sitton also said the team’s energy level was subpar, something Aaron Rodgers mentioned after the game.
“I could feel the energy, and it felt real low — even through warmups. … The energy did feel low, and it has for the past couple of weeks. And I’m not sure why. We’ve got to correct it, though,” Sitton said.
Got to correct a few things, from what we can see.
Hopefully, this is rock bottom and we’ll see a new team next week, although we certainly have our doubts.