The Pack is not back

Well, it was a fun three weeks but reality hit home last night in the Packers ugly loss to one of the worst teams in the NFL. The Packers actually lost to a team led by a quarterback who still lives with his parents. It’s painfully obvious that the last three weeks were just a mirage. The wins over the Chargers, Lions and Chiefs turned out to be wins over average teams at best.

It also might be time to pump the breaks on the Jordan Love contract extension. He was awful last night and that simply can’t happen if you want to be a franchise quarterback. You can’t be the reason the team loses and Love was a big part of the loss last night, resorting to his turnover prone self from early in the season.

The most shocking thing about this loss is it looked like the Packers were not ready to play in any way, shape or form. Love couldn’t hit the broad side of a barn with his passes and the idiotic penalties from earlier in the season came back with a vengeance. The Packers’ special teams continue to suck even though they have supposedly the greatest special teams coach of all time on the staff.

After seeing last night’s debacle I can’t see the Packers making the playoffs. They might be beat Tampa Bay and Carolina but at Minnesota is a loss and I can’t see them beating the Bears right now, either. Things change fast in the NFL. The Packers went from the penthouse to the outhouse in three hours. I saw it coming.

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