- The Green Bay Packers offense stalled again on Sunday against the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
They were outscored by their own turnovers, 9-7.
Unfortunately it seems that a struggling offense has become a theme in the early 2014 season.
"You look at the protection and you look at the pass," said Mike McCarthy, the Packers head coach. "When you get into a one dimensional game you are playing up hill so our inability to stay balanced was our biggest obstacle."
"We haven't been as sharp offensively with maybe the standard I've set," said Aaron Rodgers, the Packers quarterback. "We all got to do better. We've got to adjust better, we've got to throw it better, catch better, and we've got to score points"
Eddy Lacy believes they need to go back to the drawing board and knows the running Game comes back to him.
"We just have to find out better ways to run the ball," Lacy said. "I don't know if we have to be more patient or speed things up but, I have to be able, I mean I'm responsible for the run game."