Jim Owczarski Packers News Published 5:37 PM EDT Sep 13, 2019 GREEN BAY – Looking back on the Green Bay Packers’ 10-3 victory over the Chicago Bears last Thursday, all involved in the offensive output of 213 yards on 57 plays acknowledged a few things: » Inefficiency on first and second downs led to difficult third-down conversion distances. » The protection for Aaron Rodgers wobbled occasionally. » The run game was not effective and was abandoned too early. » The Bears have a good defense. Within all that, the Packers found some concepts that were executed well that can carry over to Sunday’s home opener against Minnesota. But stacking victories comes from what happens in the moment of play and not in the rear view. “That’s not how we operate around here,” Packers wide receiver Davante Adams said. “We like to see the results. But, if we want to look at the silver lining there were some things within the film that we liked but it’s about results so we’ve got to make sure we produce those.” In Week 1, Adams and the Packers’ receiving corps didn’t do that. Of the plays run against Chicago, Rodgers threw it 30 times (he was… Read full this story
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