The Green Bay Packers try to throw the football more than any team but two. Seems like a sound strategy with a quarterback on a bum knee, huh?
They call it the 12. You're going to be seeing a lot of it from the Green Bay Packers this season. Two tight ends, two receivers and one running back.
The Green Bay Packers offense has been humming, but they've become overly reliant on one guy. They need to get more people involved to continue the success.
The Green Bay Packers' offense has a myriad of problems and it's clear that unit has now put the season in jeopardy. Let us review the many failures.
The Green Bay Packers' passing attack is heading toward a repeat of 2015. In fact, things have been even worse thus far because the speed is on the bench.
This is rich. The pass-first Green Bay Packers are now placing emphasis on the place they've always placed emphasis. The passing game. At least they know it's broke.
Many observers feel the Green Bay Packers' biggest problem on offense is a lack of creativity. Well, here are some ways Mike McCarthy could change that.
The Green Bay Packers didn't bother to stretch the field in their first preseason game, but the second one will be different, right? It better be.
The Green Bay Packers had the worst-coached offense in the NFL in 2015, according to this estimation. That's a bold statement, so we'll pick it apart.
The Green Bay Packers' running backs need to pick it up in the passing game in order for the offense to perform at its highest level in 2016.
There are plenty of reasons why the Green Bay Packers offense didn't perform well in 2015. There's one telling stat that, but numbers are down across the board.
Some people are idiots, such as the guy who is now telling us people weren't very impressed with the Green Bay Packers offense in 2015. You will love this!
The Green Bay Packers aren't just bad on third down this year. They're awful. It's just one more area where the offense is failing the Packers. Here are the stats.
Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Edgar Bennett knows the team has a problem at tight end. That may finally lead to more opportunities for Justin Perillo and Kennard Backman.
The Green Bay Packers have two options to fix their offense. They can either acquire a playmaker or they can change their scheme and plays they call.