Just when everyone was telling the Green Bay Packers how good they are, they went out and laid an egg, falling to the Los Angeles Chargers 26-11 on Sunday afternoon, bring to an end their four-game winning streak.
Packers fans out-numbered Chargers fans in a visiting stadium, but the Packers played their worst offensive game of the season and the defense and special teams weren’t much better.
The Packers had no answers for the Chargers defensive pressure and any adjustments came way too late to make a difference.
The Packers offense had been making steady progress and playing at a high level. Then they got their top receiver, Davante Adams, back from a turf toe injury that saw him miss four games.
The Packers only had three possessions in the first half and they stalled out for a number of reasons, including penalties. [Read more…]