With the Green Bay Packers looking for more consistency in their punting game, they released veteran Jon Ryan and signed former Redskins punter Derrick Frost to start the season. So far, Frost hasn't delivered like the Packers would have liked and coach Mike McCarthy said Monday he's looking for more.
"He needs to do a better job," McCarthy said. "There is no doubt about that. You look at the net and the numbers are OK, but as far as ball placement inside the 20, we need to do a better job of that."
Frost punted five times against the Cowboys on Sunday night, finishing with a 49.0 average and a net of 42.4. None of the punts landed inside the 20-yard line and Frost's hangtime averaged 3.66 seconds.
Frost is a player that's known for angling the ball toward the sidelines and gettign a lot of hang time, but opponents have yet to fair catch one of his 14 pounts.