Five Key Observations as the Packers Enter a Most Unusual Bye Week

The Green Bay Packers are off to a perfect 4-0 start as they enter the bye week. During this unusual year, the players are not allowed to leave Green Bay because of the Covid-19 protocols designed to keep the virus from spreading throughout the league. So, in this crazy year, even the bye week is different.

Here are five observations about the Packers 4-0 start to the 2020 NFL season as they head into the bye week:

1. Aaron Rodgers Is Elite Again

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is off to an outstanding start. Through four games, he is among a handful of players in the running for league MVP. That would be his third.

Rodgers said it best earlier this week on the Pat McAfee show: “I sometimes laugh when people talk about down years for me because a lot of times down years for me are career years for most quarterbacks.”

Through four games, Rodgers has not had a quarterback rating lower than 107.6. He has thrown for 13 touchdowns and no interceptions and the team has scored 30 or more points in all four games.

Most importantly, Rodgers seems extremely comfortable in the offense and has accomplished these impressive numbers without Davante Adams, Allen Lazard and Equanimeous St. Brown for various games and with an offensive line that has been hit my multiple injuries as well.

Still, Rodgers has been Aaron Freakin’ Rodgers again, using the hard count to draw opponents offsides, finding open receivers and managing the offense in virtuoso fashion.

If Rodgers keeps this up, the Packers must be considered true Super Bowl contenders.

2. Matt LaFleur Has Stepped Up His Game in Year Two

Matt LaFleur has done a great job in many areas so far this season. First, he deserves credit for keeping this team unified and together through some very tough obstacles. Covid-19 canceled OTAs, rookie camp and all four preseason games. Still, the team remained unified and prepared. He was also able to keep the team together and demonstrate his leadership after the tragic death of George Floyd and the concerns many players had in its aftermath.

On the field, LaFleur installed more of his offense this season and did so in a way where he and Rodgers remained on the same page and unified. The offense has been outstanding through the first four games.

Also outstanding was LaFleur’s game planning. Regardless of what the defense tried to take away or what injuries took away, he found a way to keep the team’s offense clicking. Each week, a different Packers player stepped up and had a great game whether it was Davante Adams in the season opener, Aaron Jones against Detroit, Allen Lazard in New Orleans or Robert Tonyan against the Falcons.

3. Some Young Players Have Stepped Up and Surprised

The Packers have had several young players step up and get the job done this season due to injuries. Most people questioned who would play at ILB opposite Christian Kirksey but few people predicted it would be undrafted rookie Krys Barnes. The former UCLA star is currently second on the team in tackles and has graded out very well against the run in the team’s first four contests.

Kingsley Keke has stepped up his game in his second season as has Rashan Gary before he got hurt. Both these players have helped the defense improve in 2020 while second-year man Ty Summers has filled in admirably while Kirksey has been out of the lineup due to an injury.

On offense, Jon Runyan has stepped up and played well when called upon despite a lack of preseason action and Josiah Deguara looked promising before an injury ended his season.

4. Injuries Have Been a Huge Issue

Because of the lack of offseason conditioning and practices due to Covid-19, injuries have been a bigger issue league wide and the Packers are no exception.

The Pack has already lost starting guard Lane Taylor and rookie tight end Josiah Deguara to season-ending injuries.

Meanwhile, three of the Pack’s top four wide receivers have missed time (Davante Adams, Allen Lazard and Equanimeous St. Brown) but the offense hasn’t missed a beat. Their best blocking tight end, Marcedes Lewis has also missed a game because of injuries.

In addition to Taylor, Billy Turner, Corey Linsley and Rick Wagner have all missed time due to injuries but the offensive line has found a way to keep playing well.

On defense, the Pack has been without their leading tackler for a game and a half (Kirksey) and their best defensive lineman, Kenny Clark, has only played in one game but the defense has still found ways to get the job done.

The secondary has seen injuries to Kevin King, Chandon Sullivan, Raven Greene and Will Redmond but continues to play well.

This is all a testament to the team’s depth and coaching.

5. Some Players Who Have Been Quietly Playing Well

While Aaron Rodgers, Jaire Alexander, Davante Adams, Za’Darius Smith and Aaron Jones get a lot of the attention, several Packers players have stepped up and had strong starts to the season without getting much fanfare.

Let’s start with Tyler Lancaster who has stepped up his game in the absence of Clark and played the run very well. The former Northwestern star has made some good tackles and has shown good hustle on several occasions.

Corey Linsley has been one of the league’s better centers but like most offensive linemen, you only hear about him when he commits penalties or gives up a sack. Linsley is playing for a contract and if you watch the film, has been one of the best centers in the league thus far with a consistent performance in both run blocking and pass blocking.

Left tackle David Bakhtiari continues to be one of the league’s elite at that position and deserves Pro Bowl consideration.

Rick Wagner has done a good job filling in when called upon and has been especially effective in pass protection although again, offensive linemen rarely get notice for their good work.

On defense, Barnes and Keke have surprised people with their strong play while Raven Greene played well in his first extended action of the season against Atlanta.

Overall, the Packers must be extremely pleased with their play through four games. There is still room for improvement but right now, this team looks like one of the league’s top contenders through the bye week.

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Lphill's picture

October 08, 2020 at 12:40 pm

The Tampa game will tell us who the Packers are Gil , they have a good defense, A running game and a QB .

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Leatherhead's picture

October 08, 2020 at 12:44 pm

So did New Orleans.

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JerseyCheese's picture

October 08, 2020 at 12:56 pm

That's right!

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GilMartin's picture

October 08, 2020 at 01:03 pm

Yes, Leatherhead and we beat them on the road. TB should make for an interesting game next week.

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jannes bjornson's picture

October 08, 2020 at 08:49 pm

Tampa has a better D.

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GilMartin's picture

October 08, 2020 at 01:02 pm

I am looking forward to that game and hope we are healthier by the time its played. Remember, the Saints game was also supposed to be the test and we passed it with a solid win. I know A-Rod can't wait to go up against Tom Brady and it should be a heck of a game. Thanks for the comment, Lphill.

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Stroh's picture

October 08, 2020 at 09:52 pm

As Rodgers himself has pointed out, he doesn't go up against Brady. He faces the TB D, while Brady faces the Packers D.

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PearlyBakerBest's picture

October 08, 2020 at 05:22 pm

I don’t think you find out who a team is until later in the season. Last year, after the Eagles game, EVERYBODY said the ‘girls were gonna smack us around and we went down to Dallas and laid the wood to them. Really looking forward to watching it. Love bye weeks for the team. Hate them for me!

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Coldworld's picture

October 09, 2020 at 10:27 am

Even more so this year.

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Rudedawg67's picture

October 08, 2020 at 12:43 pm

Yes the offense is playing really well even with all the injuries and the defense is been adequate but will get better when all the injured players return. I really can’t wait for Martin to get on the field. Www

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GilMartin's picture

October 08, 2020 at 01:04 pm

Looking forward to seeing Martin and right now enjoying Barnes' performance. Can't wait for the Bucs game. Thanks for the comment, Rudedawg67.

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Jonathan Spader's picture

October 08, 2020 at 12:57 pm

Do people remember when the media was making a big deal out of MLF and Rodger's "relationship problems"? Glad to see Rodgers embrace MLF's offense. He's not constantly waiting to snap the ball until there's 1 second on the play clock. He's checking the ball down and taking what's given to him along with the deep shots.

Most importantly he's having fun again. The most annoyed he looks is when MLF calls a timeout when he has a play going. People were questioning if Rodgers wouldn't listen to MM or if MM didn't evolve with the NFL. I think we have our answer Packer nation.

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GilMartin's picture

October 08, 2020 at 01:05 pm

Good observations JonathanSpader. Rodgers is totally having fun and he's really enjoying sending a message to those who thought he was in serious decline. Yeah, Rodgers certainly looks like he adjusted, early on, MM, not so much. Thanks for the comment.

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jannes bjornson's picture

October 08, 2020 at 08:08 pm

Rodgers has been running west coast his entire career dating to high school. Mc CArthy changed the rules of the game(scheme) and the three -ring circus glowed for a couple of years while ignoring the running game and TEs.
Rodgers is back in Walshland and he loves it.

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Stroh's picture

October 08, 2020 at 10:03 pm

The Packers offense is a far cry from what Walsh ran. The NFL has gotten to a point that they all run very similar concepts and route combinations. The real differences now are due to individual QB strength and weaknesses.

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Coldworld's picture

October 09, 2020 at 08:21 am

I think also a difference exists in roster formation and usage. To me this if where LaFleur is demonstrating the vision that convinced Murphy with Gute’s assistance in the draft and beyond. It’s pretty indisputable that the team is being built to a design that matches LaFleur’s purpose now.

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jannes bjornson's picture

October 09, 2020 at 08:54 pm

Paul Hackett ran the offense for Walsh and Nathaniel Hackett coordinates the Pack offense. He was on the sideline with Montana when he was five years old. How do you think they schemed Jerry Rice open when they put double and triple coverage on him? Fullback/TE interplay with Roger Craig/Rathman and Jones. Shifts and counter motion. Pick your poison doubling Rice and Taylor takes it to the house. Roll your QB away from coverage pass /rush and better still if he can throw precisely on the run like Steve Young and Aaron Rodgers. Read the D and release with accuracy....on and on, dude.

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Leatherhead's picture

October 08, 2020 at 01:08 pm

I think that the guys who run the Packers know that there is no path to the Super Bowl that doesn’t include a healthy Aaron Rodgers. We play bargains at the skill positions but we spend money and high picks on offensive linemen. We design plays that get the ball out of his hands quickly (I think he’s been sacked 3 times and hit about a dozen).

Back in the olden days, we called this “protecting your QB”. If you can protect Rodgers, you’re in business; if there are open holes in the run game that’s even better.

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I’m happy to see that at least one other guy notices Lancaster. He’s big, he’s durable, he’s smart, he plays hard and he’s cheap. He’s an ERFA, which means he’s cheap next year, too. What’s not to like?

Personally, Since Clark, Keke and Lowry are all under contract for next year, and Lancaster can be brought back cheap, if we get a good DL in the draft, this would be a pretty good group in 2021 and beyond..

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Coldworld's picture

October 08, 2020 at 02:20 pm

Lowry has been the weak link. Lancaster has got better. He suffers because he isn’t going to disrupt much and we didn’t show at DE. Keke will help if he continues to emerge. Adams and Winn have flashed. Lowry has consistently rated the worst and yet with Clark out has still had more playing time. Improve that and we are in a much better position.

Unfortunately, after a year or more of play below expectations, I have come to believe that this means others taking Lowry’s snaps.

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GilMartin's picture

October 08, 2020 at 02:36 pm

Lowry has not had a great start to the season, I hope he can turn it around. I think Adams is out of chances unless he steps up his game, this will likely be his last season in GB. Keke to me is a huge key and obviously Clark staying healthy. I agree, Lowry may lose snaps especially after Clark returns. Thanks for the comment, Coldworld.

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SevenMountains's picture

October 09, 2020 at 05:19 am

Lowry is playing the most snaps out of al the D-linemen (with KC injured). I think the coaching staff sees him doing something well, something we as fans miss. I really wonder what the coaches see, that i don't (probably A LOT).

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Coldworld's picture

October 09, 2020 at 08:37 am

That is always possible but there may be an alternative reason.

Keke needed to bulk up (and did) and is unproven, particularly with the run issues he had last year. Adams has been injured (still on a snap count). Winn wasn’t on the team to start the year (unless moved to the roster he isn’t available again). Those are our DEs (Adams can play there). Lancaster is a tackle only. Clark can move to DE, but he has very obviously not been available.

Lowry is experienced, healthy, in the above situation, he is likely to see the field more for that reason rather than any other. If so, necessity over merit is the cause.

As others emerge, return to health, this explanation would predict Lowry seeing less and less usage, potentially none, if you share PFF’s assessment. I’m not a huge believer in those ratings, but the huge negative differential does suggest something the eye test seems to corroborate.

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jannes bjornson's picture

October 09, 2020 at 09:02 pm

With Lancaster in his true spot at Nose, Clark can go three tech and four in the pass rush. Lowry has to show, but I believe his strength is still five tech on the pass rush/hold edge.

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Guam's picture

October 09, 2020 at 08:27 am

I think Lancaster is a much better NT than DE and has been playing out of position at DE when Clark is healthy and available. We may see Lancaster's play decline again when Clark returns and resumes his spot at NT. Lowery has simply not played well this year.

The Packers need Keke to develop at one of the DE positions and quickly. I am still a sceptic about M. Adams despite some recent better play. Maybe the light bulb has come on, but I suspect not. I still believe the Packers need reinforcements at the DE position.

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Coldworld's picture

October 09, 2020 at 08:41 am

Probably won’t see much Lancaster on the field once Clark returns if Adams steps up or DEs against the run. I agree entirely: he is no DE. He is there to spell Clark, injury need and for certain heavy sets. Last year the poor performance of Adams/Keke/Lowry in run games forced him to go in at DE I believe. Hopefully our DEs are getting better.

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GilMartin's picture

October 08, 2020 at 02:34 pm

If Keke keeps developing, Clark stays healthy and Lancaster can help stuff the run, the group is more than adequate as you said, Leatherhead. An this is not an area Gute emphasizes as much as CB and edge. Thanks for the comment.

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LambeauPlain's picture

October 08, 2020 at 02:34 pm

Actually the highest draft pick on the O line is Jenks as a 2nd. Baht was a 4th, Linsley a 5th, Patrick an UDFA, and Turner & Wagner FAs.

Where the Pack has been rather good is finding very good O linemen in the mid to late rounds. It is quite a list.

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GilMartin's picture

October 08, 2020 at 02:38 pm

The Pack seems to select O--linemen every year on the third day of the draft and they seem to hit on a few of them. This year was no exception with 3 linemen selected in the late rounds. It's a plan and as you observed, it's working. Thanks for the comment, LambeauPlain.

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jannes bjornson's picture

October 09, 2020 at 09:09 pm

With 2.5-2.8 second releases they don't need Anthony Munoz. Bhaktiari still earns his pay keeping Rodgers in one piece when the opponents want to put him out. He is the # one guy to re-sign. As long as Rodgers feels safe on his backside he will expend ALL PRO performances. If they low-Ball Bhak, there could be repercussions from #12.

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Leatherhead's picture

October 08, 2020 at 02:48 pm

We spend money and high picks on the offensive line. Jenkins is a second rounder, but the rest of the starters are all second contract vets. Contrast that with all the Day 3 rookie contracts and UDFAs at our skill spots.

Priority: QB, Oline, skill positions.

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Stroh's picture

October 08, 2020 at 10:07 pm

Gutey emphasizes pass rush in his draft picks. I don't think it a matter of Edge over DL, just the better pass rush potential.

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Guam's picture

October 09, 2020 at 08:18 am

The Packers did get incredibly lucky with Bahktiari as a 4th rounder. The vast majority (21 of 32) starting left tackles in the league are first rounders. I think you can find great interior offensive linemen in later rounds and even right tackles (in a traditional TE offense) in later rounds, but LT's are usually found in the first round. That is what makes the decision on Bahk's contract so difficult.

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Coldworld's picture

October 09, 2020 at 10:38 am

Unless they really believe in Nijman. To be honest I saw him as a Prospective right tackle. He is already good in the run game. He has the physical traits to be a left tackle, but no technique. He simply physically overwhelmed in college without it. Moving him to exclusively left tackle suggests that he is coachable ( the question that caused him to go undrafted despite being physically freakishly gifted ).

If Nijman really is developing—a big if—we could be even more fortunate and may be barking up the wrong tree.

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jannes bjornson's picture

October 09, 2020 at 08:59 pm

Six man rotation. Le Fleur has set his voice, Pettine will follow or be moved. No more prevent D.

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Leatherhead's picture

October 08, 2020 at 01:10 pm

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jeremyjjbrown's picture

October 08, 2020 at 01:38 pm

The Packers have 'picked' a good time to have a Bye with all of the positive COVID tests starting to roll in around the NFL.

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GilMartin's picture

October 08, 2020 at 02:38 pm

Yeah and at least they didn't face the Titans yet. Ouch, tough situation. Thanks for the comment, jeremyjjbrown.

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Stroh's picture

October 08, 2020 at 10:10 pm

That's assuming the players are smart durytge bye week while in GB. With the surging covid cases in GB its essentially they don't make any poor decisions.

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ricky's picture

October 08, 2020 at 02:01 pm

Considering how happy Rodgers is with the new offensive schemes that actually get players open down the field, rather than hoping they can beat coverage, as happened under the increasingly stubborn MM, I have a "What if?" question: What if the Packers had dumped Thompson and McCarthy after the 2014 debacle in Seattle and hired a new GM and a coach who was more open to trying to help maximize Rodgers ability, rather than using it as a crutch? Yes, 2015 was a good year, but once Denver showed how to shut down the Packers offense, it was game over. MM refused to change, Rodgers was increasingly disillusioned with the predictable playcalling, and as teams like the Rams showed innovation and creativity (which Rodgers commented on), it was rinse/repeat as McCarthy refused to adapt to reality.

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LambeauPlain's picture

October 08, 2020 at 02:26 pm

2016 was a good year too and another trip to the NFCCG. But Atlanta just destroyed our pathetic pass D.

Interestingly, only 5 starters from that 2016 team remain....all O players: AR, DA, Baht, Linsley, and Taylor. All the D starters are gone.

I agree MM is very stubborn. And his most egregious multi year stubborn streak was keeping Capers as DC and his defenses kept the Packers out of Super Bowls in 2011, 2014, and 2016.

Last year Pettine’s run D kept the Packers out of another SB. If Pettine cannot fix the run D this year, he will be
“un-stubbornly“ fired by ML. Pettine was on the hot seat after last season, and it took ML several days to decide one more year for his DC.

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GilMartin's picture

October 08, 2020 at 02:42 pm

2016 still hurts. MM did not adapt and it cost him and the Packers big time later in his career. If he doesn't make changes in Dallas, he won't be there long. Thanks for commenting.

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Coldworld's picture

October 09, 2020 at 08:56 am

Interesting given the number lamenting that he wasn’t given the tools on DL, at ILB, Hybrid.

If you think the responsibility is the scheme then you must believe he has adequate resources. If you don’t think he had the tools, then your point perhaps doesn’t hold.

Personally, I think we are a pass and rush D and that our ILB and DL play will improve given health and more time. I would also favor adding DL depth and a stouter OLB better able to hold the edge than Garvin at this point In the event of injury or a cover type to free up P Smith (perhaps a harder task in season).

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GilMartin's picture

October 08, 2020 at 02:40 pm

It's a what-if we'll never know. LaFleur probably wouldn't be our coach now, but would the late 2010s have been better? Possibly. Thanks for the comment, ricky.

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jannes bjornson's picture

October 09, 2020 at 09:14 pm

Maybe Shanahan would be and Le Fleur calling the offense?

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Archie's picture

October 08, 2020 at 03:26 pm

Of course, MLF was not a heaD COACHING CANDIDATE THEN so we have no idea of whether we could have found a quality HC like MLF. Obviously latter do not grow on trees. :)

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Stroh's picture

October 08, 2020 at 10:13 pm

How about we dump you instead?!

Thompson and McCarthy have the same number of SB as Wolf and Holmgren did. Give them their due!

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Coldworld's picture

October 09, 2020 at 09:23 am

I’m going out on a limb.

TT was a great GM till he declined in health and delegated more and more to Russ Ball. Ball just isn’t a good roster builder.

MM was a really good coach until he started to believe he had the recipe and all around him just needed to fit it. He became increasingly unimaginative and divorced from the players’ strengths.

The decline in overall roster quality and depth magnified the disconnect between MM and what he asked if the players. He reacted by simplifying to the point of predictability. That in turn made it harder for players to a point where even a great QB couldn’t cover the cracks.

Murphy belatedly intervened. Murphy bought LaFleur's vision. Gute was sent out to first fill gaping roster holes and then start refilling the pipeline before working to shape the O to match the vision Murphy bought into. It’s likely not done yet, and I expect that some of the problems on D reflect unfinished business, the time taken for talent to develop and the reality that there will be substantial misses.

That we are where we are is in part due to some extraordinary FA and UDFA finds. Sullivan, Lazard, Barnes (so far), Greene. Maybe others not yet emerged. These aren’t just JAGs, they are or look like being good.

I think Murphy was negligent over the late teens, but thus far it looks like he saw and appointed a coach who looks like a keeper who has already changed the philosophy to one which is viable with the potential for much more.

He also chose Gute and I think Gute has done a remarkable job of rebuilding, giving us depth and a pipeline of players with upside while also being tasked with reshaping a roster on O and D considerably. That is despite probable busts in Burks, Moire and others.

Murphy looks like he may more than redeem himself. Rodgers looks to be enjoying the game more than I recall in years. The Packers O is exciting and I have some faith that we can roll through inevitable player turnover and have yet to finish strengthening.

Reason to be happy even were we not undefeated. We are now competitive. Did any think we truly were going into the playoffs last year? Did any have confidence that we would be a contender for the next few years? Remarkable turnaround. Enjoy.

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LambeauPlain's picture

October 08, 2020 at 02:01 pm

Good article, Gil!

I am hoping with the return of Kenny, the play of Keke, Khrys, Tyler, and even Ty at ILB can shut down the run and force teams to pass....into a Packer D strength.

If this can happen, the SB talk will be legitimate. Injuries are always the wildcard gremlin, but the run game, pass game, passing D, STs, coaching have been excellent. Improve the run D and look out!

ML seems to have built an excellent locker room and coaching staff that has the players buying in. ML is wise beyond his years. ML is Intelligent and seems to be a very good listener. He is Gutey’s best decision to date.

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GilMartin's picture

October 08, 2020 at 02:41 pm

Thanks for the kind words, LambeauPlain, glad you enjoyed the article. The potential is there for this to be a special team and season. Let's hope they stay healthy enough (and the league can keep playing long enough) to make it happen.

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October 08, 2020 at 05:08 pm

It will all come down to the D. We've had great offenses before, although this one seems to be truly special. But in the playoffs and SB you also have to stop great offenses; Seattle, San Fransisco, Baltimore, KC... or you're just spinning your wheels beating up on poor teams during the regular season before you get blown out. MLF won't be considered a great coach unless he learns from Lombardi and Belichick and realizes you have to stop the other team. I don't believe Pettine is the guy to do that, and I don't think he'll be here next year if we lose a shootout in the playoffs this year.

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Jonathan Spader's picture

October 08, 2020 at 05:04 pm

MLF wasn't Gute's decision he was Mark Murphy's hire. What forces our oppents to run isn't lur run defense and it doesn't have to be. Until defenses can stop the Packers from scoring 30+ points they will be forced to pass to keep pace.

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October 08, 2020 at 05:13 pm

Great piece this week, Gil!

PFF had Rodgers, Jaire, and Linsley as best at their postions at the quarter pole and Bak second best at his. Zadarious was mentioned in a capsule for the EDGE as being tied for the sack lead but was not ranked in the top 2 at his position (so it's hard to imagine anyone else in the league ranked 3rd). Jones was also snubbed a bit by not even being mentioned, and I thought Big Bob has put up numbers comparable to their top 2 rated TEs and is better in the TD department after the big outburst (and his numbers came with limited playing time or targets in the first two games).

It was a great week to get some young guys even more experience and nice to see some injured players come back and do well (especially Greene).

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jlazar283h3's picture

October 12, 2020 at 05:25 pm

excellent article Gil. wonder when covid is actually going to be a non issue

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GilMartin's picture

October 12, 2020 at 05:41 pm

Thanks for the kind words, jlazar283h3. I hope soon but I'm certainly no scientist/disease expert. Right now we're all taking it one day at a time. Stay safe and hopefully we'll all get through this. Thanks for commenting.

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