3 winners (and 2 losers) from Packers Family Night practice

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Loser: Josh Myers

Had it not been for the Packers' lack of tackle depth, Josh Myers may have already lost his starting job to Zach Tom.

Tom has spent most of his time at right tackle, but the Packers have also given him a look as the starting center.

Andy Herman noted that the Packers offense has botched five snaps this summer, including one at Family Night. The quarterbacks changed, but Myers was at center for all five. That's not to say Myers was at fault for them all, but it's a worrying pattern.

Communication between Myers and Jordan Love needs to improve.

"First rep of 2-minute drill. Josh Myers snaps the ball without Jordan Love even looking at him," writes Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette.

Matt LaFleur said this week that the Packers "need more consistency" from Myers. Inconsistent play has been an issue for Myers in his first two seasons in Green Bay, and he hasn't done enough this summer to show that it is going to change.

Green Bay may need Tom at right tackle, especially when David Bakhtiari is unavailable, as Yosh Nijman would step in on the left side to cover. But if Myers can't improve his consistency in the final few weeks of camp, the Packers need to consider their options at center.