3 bold predictions for Packers offense against Falcons in Week 2

What can we expect from the Jordan Love-led offense against the Falcons?
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2. Romeo Doubs finds the end zone again

The de facto number one receiver with Christian Watson out due to injury, Romeo Doubs, found his way to the end zone not once, but twice. Even though his overall production was limited (four receptions for 26 yards on five targets), being able to score twice helped the Packers' cause early and late in the contest.

While there is an increased chance that Watson could return from his hamstring injury this weekend in Atlanta, expect Doubs to see a good portion of work. Considering that teams need to be extremely careful with hamstring injuries, if Watson does return, he could be on a limited snap count, which points towards more chances to find the end zone for Doubs.

It is about understanding how the passing game under Matt LaFleur is constructed. It works on scheming players open, which allows the quarterback to make quick, smart decisions that prevent turnovers or drives stalling out. Stacking plays with similar concepts that lead to opportunities to score as the game progresses is the name of the game for LaFleur.

Love has already shown he is quite comfortable in this scheme and has already established an impressive rapport with the Nevada product after just one game. This trend should continue moving forward with another touchdown reception for the second-year receiver coming this Sunday in their Week 2 matchup with the Atlanta Falcons.