Good News For Green Bay – Everyone in NFC Stinks
Everyone is real, real bad. A couple weeks ago, people crown Minnesota Vikings as the great team out of the National Football Conference. Vikings have a total of 13 points in their last two games and failed to have a two-game lead on Green Bay in the NFC North. They lost a pitiful game to the woeful Chicago Bears. Vikings’ offensive line is worse than any of Green Bay’s issues right now, and that’s a positive thing for Packers moving forward. This season is one of those that will not have a dominant, and it’s going to be a couple teams who get hot at the right time.
It could be Green Bay. They are going to get healthy as the season goes on, and Packers go on a run. This could be the time with Indianapolis and Tennessee in the next two weeks before heading on the road. There are winnable games sprinkled all over the schedule. Could Packers still find their way to a first round bye? Yes. There’s no second bye team right now. Dallas Cowboys are 6-1 with no signs of stopping any time soon. They have a great roster with a cake schedule. Other than that? Everyone is flawed as Donald Trump or Hilary Clinton in NFC.
Seattle has no offense, Packers are filled with injuries, Falcons can’t play defense, Vikings have no line and the rest of the NFC is full of pretenders. Even though Green Bay sits at 4-3, they should rest easy knowing the door is still wide open.
It begins on Sunday.