Packers Offense Rounding into Form
The Packers offense averaged 35 points per game last season, so when the team experienced some missteps in their first 3 games before Sundays victory over the Saints it had many concerned.
Except for the Packers.
"We're all about making the most of our opportunities," said wide receiver James Jones. "Aaron [Rodgers] has a lot of weapons. If you ask receivers, everyone is open on every play, so he's always gonna get that. So when the ball comes your way we just have to make a play."
Stay the course and make the best of your chances is something Jordy Nelson said has not changed since the Pack's blistering 2011 pace.
"Aaron's back there going through his reads, that's what we did last year. Nothing special," Nelson said. "Everyone doing their jobs and making plays when the opportunity comes."
Even though the Green and Gold have not touched the 35 point threshold, all the talk of issues amongst the offense has not phased the ones actually between the white lines. An important factor as the Packers head towards 3 consecutive road games.
"We're gonna grow from this, learn from adversity so we're just gonna keep on grindin'," said Josh Sitton.
"We're gonna have to be a lot better at our visual and verbal communication, because we can't have a scenario like last week's first half [in Seattle]," said Rodgers.