For the Green Bay Packers to compete in the NFC in 2019, they must improve these three stats.
The Green Bay Packers were one of the biggest disappointments in the entire NFL last season, falling well short of expectations and not even getting close to playoff contention. It’s quite obvious that improvements are needed across the board for the Packers to not only win more games, but to compete in the NFC. But exactly where does this team need to get better?
Just reading the box score won’t give a good overview of how a team is performing, but there are certain statistics that, when reviewing at the end of the season, can give some insight as to how successful a team was in specific areas of the game.
New head coach Matt LaFleur will understand where this team needs to get better, and it’s exactly why general manager Brian Gutekunst was so active in free agency and willing to trade up early in the draft. The roster desperately needed upgrades at multiple positions, and it’s been a successful offseason for Green Bay.
But now it’s over to LaFleur and his coaches to best prepare the players for the new season, which is just over two months away.
With that in mind, here are three statistics the Packers need to improve this season.