Standout: Christian Watson
A breakout second season is on the way for Christian Watson. It's not even surprising anymore to hear about his dominance at practice. He was outstanding again on Tuesday.
"Speaking of good days, it was a really good one for Christian Watson. He caught a touchdown against Keisean Nixon in the red zone drill and was targeted over the middle on a few throws," writes Paul Bretl of Packers Wire.
Watson is going to be a regular target for Jordan Love, and he is always one play away from scoring a huge touchdown. He dominated in the second half of last season, and the sky is the limit for Watson in year two.
Dud: Anders Carlson
Windy conditions didn't help Anders Carlson, but he better get used to that if he plans to kick at Lambeau Field late in the season.
Carlson converted just two of six kicks during Tuesday's practice, per The Athletic's Matt Schneidman. His four misses came from 45, 51, 52, and 53 yards. Not easy by any means, but he needs to make those kicks to find success in Green Bay.
The Packers remain patient with their rookie kicker, but his inconsistent summer continued on Tuesday, and it is concerning.