Dud: Packers defensive line
It seems unfair to single out one player on the defensive line as the reason for the Green Bay Packers' inability to stop the Pittsburgh Steelers' rushing attack - so let's just throw the entire defensive line under the bus.
The Steelers offensive line was shoving Kenny Clark, T.J. Slaton, and Devonte Wyatt around all day. Green Bay was gashed for 205 rushing yards with the Steelers averaging 5.7 yards per rush.
The Packers were also unable to get home and sack Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett. Outside of Preston Smith's one sack, the Packers' pass rush was nonexistent. Lukas Van Ness recorded one tackle for loss, but that was it.
The performance from the Packers defensive line was the exact opposite of what fans saw in Week 9 against the Rams. Green Bay kept the Rams ground attack, well, grounded. LA only rushed for 68 yards and averaged just 2.6 yards per attempt.
This is something that defensive coordinator Joe Barry must fix before the Packers return to Lambeau Field to do battle with the Los Angeles Chargers. Justin Herbert will be the focus on Green Bay's defense next week, but after watching the film from Sunday's loss, LA will surely hand the ball off as well.