Loser: Josh Myers
Josh Myers started at center and played the opening two possessions. However, the Packers still don't seem confident in Myers as their starter moving forward.
After the starters were pulled from the game, Green Bay notably had starting right guard Jon Runyan Jr. take snaps at center. They then brought Zach Tom back into the game -- he started at right tackle -- to rotate with Runyan.
Had the Packers already decided Myers would start in Week 1 against the Chicago Bears, it's hard to imagine Tom would have returned to the game. It very much felt like Matt LaFleur wanted to get a good look at possible alternatives at center.
Myers hasn't had a great camp. Tom has spent some time with the first-team offense at center, but he is more likely to start at right tackle. That leaves the Packers with an issue at center. Myers has been far too inconsistent, but there may not be many better options right now unless they bring in a free agent.
The fact Runyan and Tom were rotating at center is a notable takeaway from the preseason opener, and it is something to watch closely ahead of the second game next week.