No quick hits today. I've held my tongue for the most part, noting how up and down the Packers have been this season. But it's clear right now, the Green Bay Packers are an average team at best.
I get that the Lions and the Bears are improved teams, but the Packers were supposed to have something special. The only thing special about the Packers right now is just how average they are.
The Packers are a team with a lot of talent. They are also a team with plenty of underachievers and no direction. The coaching is average, the discipline is average, the moves are average, the attitude is average, and thus the play on the field is all of that and more.
Charles Woodson is a shade of himself. The defense is terrible, and the adjustments on defense are even worse. There is no running game, and Mike McCarthy or Ted Thompson for that matter don't know what to do about it. The special teams are atrocious, their punter is a nut bag, and the offensive line isn't any better than last year.
The Packers were dominated today in all facets of the game, if it wasn't for the penalties it would have looked even worse. You can have all the talent in the world, but in order to have a shot at the title you have to have leaders on the sideline and in the front office.
It's pretty obvious that the Packers have neither. Enjoy this 3-1 start while it lasts, because unless some serious changes are made, it's going to be 4-4 in no time at all.
Like I said, average... at best.