Another Green Bay Packers training camp practice is in the books.
Unsurprisingly, Green Bay's defense has gotten the better of the offense through the opening week of camp. This is often the way, even with Aaron Rodgers, so a slow start from the offense was the expectation.
Tuesday's practice wasn't the most eventful for the Packers, but there were a few notable takeaways, including a potential change along the offensive line. More on that shortly.
Let's take a look back at the best and worst performances from Tuesday's practice.
Dud: The entire Packers offense
Defense has had its way for most of training camp, but Tuesday's practice was particularly disappointing from the offense.
"It sucks when we have days where we're just not putting it together and obviously there just wasn't a lot of juice out there from us," said Jordan Love after practice, according to The Athletic's Matt Schneidman.
It's not time to hit the panic button. The defense often wins the first week of training camp, and it's even less surprising considering the Packers have a new starting quarterback and an inexperienced receiving corps. The key is to see improvements as training camp goes on.
But it was a disappointing day from the offense, and one they will need to bounce back from this week.