Look. It was on TV news. It must be true! Aaron Rodgers is now the Green Bay Packers head coach according to Fox 6 in Milwaukee.
Thank god Mike McCarthy is finally out!
Obviously, this is not the case, but the Packers are 3-3-1. This team should be better than that and coaching is one of the major issues.
There’s talent on offense. The Packers have a generational quarterback. They have one of the best receivers and tight ends in the game. There’s young talent at receiver. They have a potential stud running back. There’s the best left tackle in the game. Defensively, you have a stout defensive line, a deep cornerback group with a rising star and one of the best inside linebackers in the game.
No team is stacked at every position, but this should be enough for the Packers to be better than a .500 team.
We remarked during Sunday’s game about Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay. In the second half, the Rams’ offense started to click. Guys were running across the field wide open on a regular basis. That’s because McVay is innovative and devises ways for his guys to get open. He obviously made some changes at halftime based on what the Packers were doing.
While McCarthy supposedly revamped his offense in the offseason, it doesn’t really look much different than in has in the past, does it?
The Rams have talent, but I would argue that other than Todd Gurley, it isn’t on par with the Packers offensively. It’s talent plus scheme.
The Packers are pretty much solely relying on talent.