The Green Bay Packers were unable to string together back-to-back victories after falling 23-19 in Week 10 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Packers weren't out of the game until the final whistle. A last-second heave into the end zone was picked off and Green Bay's comeback bid fell just short.
There were a few studs and, unfortunately, a handful of duds as well. Which Packers players had a prominent impact during Sunday's loss, and who was a major letdown?
Standout: Luke Musgrave
For two weeks in a row now, Luke Musgrave has shown why the Green Bay Packers selected him in the second round of the 2023 NFL Draft.
Musgrave hauled in three catches for 51 yards in last week's victory over the Los Angeles Rams, and showed himself as top-target for quarterback Jordan Love once again in Week 10.
It took a little while longer than most of the Green Bay faithful would have preferred, but Musgrave hauled in two very big catches during the Packers' game against the Steelers on Sunday afternoon. Musgrave made two catches for 64 yards with a long of 36.
That 36-yard catch from Musgrave was his longest of the season, and the Oregon State product is beginning to emerge from a security blanket for Love and turning into a big-play threat down the field.
Next week, let's hope that head coach Matt LaFleur designs more plays to get Luke Musgrave involved in the passing game before halftime. Both of Musgrave's catches came in the second half.