Loser: Rich Bisaccia
Another week, another major failure on special teams for Green Bay. Last week, the field-goal unit took too long, the Packers didn't call timeout, and they lost five yards on a delay-of-game penalty. It was an inexcusable error in the NFL.
On Sunday, the Packers turned the clock back to 2021, allowing a 76-yard punt return touchdown to Rashid Shaheed.
Shaheed made a great play, but it was poor all around from the Packers. It started with an average punt, and the coverage wasn't good enough.
It falls on special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia. The Packers have made it a priority to add more special teams contributors to the roster, and it's up to Bisaccia to ensure they are in the best position to perform well. He helped turn the worst unit in the league into an OK unit a year ago, but there have been too many issues in the opening three games.
The good news is that Anders Carlson remains perfect on kicks, but that's one of the few bright spots for the Packers' special teams unit after Sunday's win over the New Orleans Saints. Green Bay can't afford to make more costly mistakes on fourth down next week against the Detroit Lions.