At some point down the road, everyone will look back at this record-breaking
15-1 season and remember just how special it was. For now, 15-1 means nothing.
Packer Nation didn’t know how to act walking out of Lambeau Field after yesterday’s game. They just watched their team blow up in every facet of their game. The Packers turned it over 4 times. had a number of dropped passes, couldn’t stop the Giants passing game and gave up a Hail Mary touchdown at the end of the 1st half to go up 10 on the Packers.
The sad thing is the Packers didn’t just lose, they were beaten up across the board. Nothing went right for the team that went 15-1 in the regular season.
It’s hard to believe the Packers could have been this bad. The offense that has been there all season long, failed to produce when they needed it the most.
Packer fans are trying to figure out how their team, the one that finished 15-1 in the regular season, their best regular season finish in franchise history, could be done after just 1-playoff game.
Mike McCarthy said after the game that the Packers didn’t play to their identity. Maybe not in all facets, but the defense did play to its identity. They struggled just like they have all season.
There’s plenty of time for Ted Thompson and Mike McCarthy to analyze the roster and come up with a plan for next season. One thing is for sure, even after a 15-1 season, there’ll be plenty of room for improvement as the Packers look forward to next year.
Nothing went right yesterday. The Packers couldn’t tackle