#PackersDaily: Well that sucked

Aaron chats with Packers fans worldwide after the team's embarrassing loss to the Buccaneers.

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OldPacker's picture

October 19, 2020 at 12:53 pm

Well. this game reminded me of a MM game plan and call playing.. I disagree with you Aaron . I don't think throwing the game in the dumpster .. It has to be kept all season ..A reminder of how easy it is to lose in the NFL!
Last thought ..RUN the Ball ... please stop running to the sideline ... it was very obvious from the get go that running in A & B gaps

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Hornungfan's picture

October 19, 2020 at 03:23 pm

I'm not really faulting the Packers' defense particularly. First, after the first quarter, the Packers offense couldn't keep the Bucs from getting possession so that is a very difficult situation for any defense. Second the touchdown and at least one other important sideline completion to Gronk were perfect throws that were impossible for any defender shorter than about 6'10" to defend. Other than that, the Packers defense was not bad. Considering the Packers offense kept giving the ball right back to the Bucs so I only credit the Bucs offense with about 24 points which isn't atrocious considering how much time the Bucs had the ball. Further, that 24 points should be reduced to 17 or 20 points when you consider Josh Jackson's ridiculously unnecessary interference penalty. Unless I'm mistaken, Jackson's coverage on that play was actually pretty good. I know all these things are happening so fast and these are world class athletes but when you see the receiver reacting to the ball coming to them, why wouldn't someone like Jackson turnaround? Are the DB's taught not to turn around or something like that? I'm not saying the Packers' defense was great, I know they had no pass rush for some reason, but Tampa's offense didn't march up and down the field by any stretch.

If Rodgers doesn't throw that first pick (which was an awful throw), I take 14 points off the board for the Bucs, the Bucs pass rush then is much more neutralized, and the Packers could have then made a game of it against a very good defense that was spending an awful lot of time on the field.

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ImaPayne's picture

October 19, 2020 at 09:31 pm

First, the bucs are a talented team. Second ariens knows how to defend Rodgers. His two worst days were against ariens teams. Three interceptions in the KC game before halftime.
PS let's blame Rogers. The replay showed his eyes focused on one guy, Adams. The dback saw it too and was prepared for the throw. Adams wasn't.

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