3 things the Packers must do to beat the Broncos in Week 7

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The Green Bay Packers are fresh off the bye week, and they are ready to get back into the win column, as they will travel to Denver to take on the Broncos.

There are three areas the Packers need to focus on if they are going to come out victorious in Week 7 and get their first win in Denver in 16 years.

The Packers must do these three things to beat the Broncos.

1. A bounce-back performance from Jordan Love

Packers quarterback Jordan Love is coming off his worst outing as a starter. Love completed just 53.3% of his passes for 182 yards and three interceptions while being sacked twice.

These are unacceptable numbers from Love for two reasons. First, Love has shown he can play better than what he did in the Week 5 loss. Secondly, this was against a Raiders team that had given up an average of 28.3 points in their previous three matchups. This should have been an opportunity for the Packers to get a much-needed win before heading into their bye week, but instead, they fell flat.

If Green Bay is going to bounce back and come away with a win in Denver, they will need a significantly better performance from Love. Without that, it may be too much of an obstacle for the Packers to overcome on the road.