The Packers opened Monday's game against the Lions with a 14-play, 58-yard drive that took over eight minutes off the clock. Unfortunately, the drive ended without any points as Mason Crosby's 38-yard field goal attempt was blocked. That fruitless drive was perhaps Green Bay's best in what was a disappointing 30-17 home loss to the Lions. The Packers offense has been unable to sustain drives since Brett Hundley stepped in after starter Aaron Rodgers was lost for the season with a broken right collarbone. The Packers have lost three straight, but Packers coach Mike McCarthy said following Monday's loss he believes in Hundley. "I have great faith in Brett Hundley. Brett Hundley is not our issue right now," McCarthy told reporters at Lambeau Field. "I believe in Brett, and that’s not just a press-conference statement.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy: 'Brett Hundley is not our issue right now'
Sporting News | Nov 7