Publisher: World Heralds
Author: Eric M Turnbull
Green Bay Packers coach Matt LaFleur resigned after the team's blowout loss in Week 1.
The Packers had an average of 6.7 yards per attempt and didnt appear united in much of the game but LaFleur dismissed his performance as a play-caller.
Coach LaFleur explained that the team's losses weren't caused by wear and tear but rather a lack of preparation.
Rodgers originally appeared visibly upset on the sideline during the first half with his team struggling in the offense.
The Packers trailed the Vikings early in the game by a large margin, so it was understandable why they played passively on offense.
Rookie Christian Watson was the first to drop a pass that should have been intercepted for a 75-yard touchdown.
The Packers will host the Bears on September 18th, when they hope to record their first clean win in recent history and avoid falling behind early again.
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