Green Bay Packers: Wins and losses from week two

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Aaron Rodgers’ protection wasn’t the greatest last Sunday against the Jets. Jim Oxley photograph


Yes, the Jets have a powerful front seven and are known for rushing the passer.

But our offensive line, especially early in the game, made it way too easy. Rodgers is most effective when he is standing upright. That’s just common sense.

And Lacy can’t clear the lanes for himself. Without a fluid, complete game by the offensive line (as beat up and battered as they already are), we have less of a chance to compete with the real powerhouses in the AFC and the NFC.