Packers’ Offense Is On a Historic Pace With League’s Best All-Time Offenses
Green Bay Packers’ offense is on complete fire. They’re red hot. It is amazing to watch this offense right now. Honestly, I never feel like they’re going to punt the football. JK Scott has to be bored right now. Packers are a juggernaut right now. And they have the proper respect. It seems like people consider them the best team or one of the best teams in the NFC. It helps Green Bay that San Francisco has a bunch of injuries, Seattle’s defense is next-level bad, Dallas has disappointed thus far, but what Packers are doing on offense is historic. Peep this from Pro Football Focus’s Mike Renner.
To put into context how insane the Packers offense has been so far, here's how they'd stack up historically in points per drive:
3.73 Packers (2020)
3.19 Patriots (2007)
3.12 Chiefs (2018)
2.96 Saints (2011)
2.85 Packers (2011)
2.83 Broncos (2013)
— Mike Renner (@PFF_Mike) September 30, 2020
Look at those offenses that Green Bay is better than. 2007 Patriots were one of the best teams ever. The rest of the list features some of the best offenses in the last decade or so. Now, none of these teams won a Super Bowl which makes you cringe a little bit, but that’s another topic for another time. Still, this is pretty incredible stuff because they’re outpacing the 2007 Patriots by such a large margin.
Now, it’s early. Will this be sustainable all year? Who knows. Honestly, I cannot say ‘no’ because the way offenses are in the NFL, the Packers might shatter all the fucking records. “Fastest Show on Frozen Tundra” has a good ring to it and I swear if any of you clowns steal it, I’m calling you out. Playing Atlanta this week means there will be no signs of stopping this offense. Tampa will be a real test in a few weeks, but it’s been a lot of fun watching these guys.