Maurice Drayton may only be about a month into his new post as the Green Bay Packers‘ special teams coordinator, but he is no stranger to the struggles that have plagued the unit over the past several seasons — nor is he letting either of the Packers’ underperforming specialists off the hook heading into 2021.

Drayton made clear Tuesday during his first media availability that Packers punter JK Scott and long snapper Hunter Bradley both understand “their backs are against the wall” this offseason as they attempt to bounce back from inconsistent outings in 2020.

Aaron Rodgers threw more touchdown passes (48) than Scott ripped punts (46) during last year’s regular season, but the smaller sampling size made his numerous misfires more glaring despite him averaging a career-best 45.5 yards per punt. Bradley, too, was all over the place with some of his poor snaps proving costly for Green Bay.