Whether it was Aaron Rodgers calling the Packers' offensive performance in Week 1 "embarrassing" or Packers fans wringing their hands over the team just barely escaping Jacksonville with a win, there was a lot of negativity surrounding this week's performance. The question is, why? The Packers are 1-0 after playing a talented young team and are already showing improvement in areas that plagued them in 2015.
The Packers announced their final roster cuts on Saturday, trimming their roster down to 53 players and their practice squad down to 10.
Enough ink has been spilled on the Packers' decision to cut starting guard Josh Sitton with one year remaining on his contract, but what the Sitton situation does remind us is that, on the offensive line and elsewhere, depth already looks like it could become an issue on the Packers' roster.
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