Stock up, stock down for Packers after crushing Week 1 loss to Saints
Stock up, stock down for the Packers after their Week 1 loss.
Believe it or not, there were some positives to take away from the Green Bay Packers‘ opening-day defeat to the New Orleans Saints. Not many, but there were some.
Overall, a game the Packers will want to forget quickly, but one they must learn from. For a number of reasons, this team didn’t look ready for their regular-season opener. For a Super Bowl contender, that’s simply nowhere near good enough.
The Packers will have an additional day to prepare for their Week 2 home opener against the Detroit Lions, which will be played on Monday Night Football. Between now and then, head coach Matt LaFleur has a lot of work to do to get this team back on track and to learn from their mistakes in the opener.
The result may have made this Monday even worse than usual for many, but we’re going to take a look back at the 38-3 loss to the Saints and focus on what it means moving forward.
There were some good performances for the Packers, many poor ones too. Whose stock is rising and falling for the Packers after their loss to the Saints in the opener?