Green Bay Packers: Midseason Missteps – ‘Let’s Be Honest’

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Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy has had a tough first half of the season. Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports photograph

In the first part of my Green Bay Packers midseason report, I mentioned the accolades from the first eight games of the season.

There were several “silver linings” to the 5-3 start for the Green Bay Packers – some of which were:

Where there are other things going right for the Green Bay Packers (i.e: solid rookie play on the offensive line in center Corey Linsley, a solid 1-2 running back punch in Eddie Lacy and James Starks, and the overall good health of most star players), there is also a laundry list of things that the Packers need to shore up in order to be real contenders for the Lombardi trophy this year … or any other in the future.

I’m calling this, Green Bay Packers’ Citizen GM:

MIDSEASON MISSTEPS — a “let’s be honest” moment … Turn the pages for the scoop …