Putting aside for a moment the fact that a punter controversy is by all means the silliest position competition that could go down during training camp, the Packers sure do seem to have one on their hands.
This is the second offseason in a row that the Packers have been forced to bring in competition to push Tim Masthay for his job.
And while In 2015, Cody Mandell wasn't able to succeed Masthay, mainly for his poor holding for kicker Mason Crosby, Wisconsin native and rookie Peter Mortell is posing a much more serious threat to Masthay's future in Green Bay.
Ryan Grant was a weapon running the ball Sunday for the Packers, and Marshall Newhouse looked lost against Tamba Hali. But who else earned our weekly distinctions in the Packers' loss to the Chiefs on Sunday?
From Mason Crosby finally breaking the 80% field goal percentage barrier to Brett Goode having the first bad snap of his career, we take a look at the best and worst possible outcomes for the Packers specialists in 2011.
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