No panic, though Packers look to boost offense
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — There is no panic among the Green Bay Packers.
The Packers do say they’re unhappy with the offensive output after a 19-7 loss last week to Detroit. They’re determined to get better going into Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears.
Receiver Jordy Nelson said the Packers remain calm, and will keep trying to get more production. Green Bay had just 223 yards of total offense against the Lions.
The running game has sputtered. Running back Eddie Lacy said one of the things he’s working on is keeping his pads low when he’s carrying the ball.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers said the team has had slow starts in recent years. He’s confident the offense will improve.