#PackersDaily: Houston, there's no problem

Aaron chats with Packers fans worldwide the day after the team's 35-20 victory over the Houston Texans.

Earlier this morning, I held my Packers chat over on our YouTube channel talking all things Green and Gold. 

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Lphill's picture

October 26, 2020 at 07:39 pm

I’m hearing Barnes is gone for the season and the Packers activated Burgess? any word

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Harold Drake's picture

October 27, 2020 at 02:34 am

Living in Denial should be the title of Mr Nagler's daily chats. While I agree with 95% of his observations and insights into the Packers, he seems to stubbornly insist that the current WR corps is adequate to the task. It is not! The Packers lack both depth and quality at the position and even the eventual return of Allen Lazard will not solve the problem.

The fact that the Packers can win (against most teams) without any true No. 2 receiver (God forbid we would trade for a true co-equal elite receiver to complement Davante Adam) does not mean that the team would not be considerably improved with the addition of an elite WR. The last game demonstrated (even to Mr Nagler) that MVS is not ready for prime time. In his chat with Andy Herman, he seemed comfortable with the idea that Malik Taylor could be the answer!!!???

The time has come for the Packers to face reality and pursue an elite wideout which now appears to be the case according to various writers following the team. But it is time for Mr Nagler and fellow diehard optimists to stop living in denial and admit that this team is highly unlikely to advance far into the playoffs much less the Super Bowl without a true No. 2 receiver. But I fear that Mr Nagler and Mr Herman will continue to insist that the current WR corps is adequate mainly because to admit that it is not would invite questions about the draft and the selection of Love and Dillon with our first and second picks instead of a WR and an ILB. The success of the Steelers' Claypool and this weekend's game where Denzel Mims made a standout performance (both second round picks) is further proof of the failure of Gutekunst to address glaring weaknesses on the roster. (Need I mention that Rodgers is playing at an elite level and looks as if he could continue playing this way for three or four more years...)

It also seems that the general concensus view of every serious NFL analyst that the Packers erred by not drafting a WR and that the current WR corps is absurdly thin is all the more reason that CHTV is doubling down on a losing argument. Time for a reality check.

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