Adams (28 receptions, 285 yards, three touchdowns), Allison (19 catches, 289 yards, two touchdowns) and Cobb (17 catches, 194 yards, one touchdown) represent 62.1 per cent of the completions, 64.8 per cent of the receiving yards and 85.7 per cent of the passing touchdowns for Green Bay through the first four games. In Sunday's game against the Lions, Green Bay's receivers never seemed to be on the same page with their quarterback, while Rodgers lost two fumbles in the first half alone.
"I think we've still got some progress to make before I think both sides would be comfortable", Cobb said. There's always been great communication between us.
What's most troubling about this isn't the 2-2-1 record or the fact that the team has looked vanilla, it's that Aaron Rodgers looks mortal. Because I feel extremely good this year with how I'm striking it.
"He's super competitive", McCarthy said Wednesday.
Detroit had success on defense, going after Rodgers with just four players and dropping seven into coverage. "You have to have the ability to get in and out of personnel groups".
"It's disappointing obviously: being inside, how I've been hitting the ball", Crosby said. I have three or four pairs broken-in every game, so it's not unusual for me to do that.More news: Denis Mukwege, Nadia Murad win 2018 Nobel Peace Prize
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The Lions are now 2-3 and will now enjoy a bye week off. Detroit's next outing will be a trip to Miami's Hard Rock Stadium to meet the Dolphins at 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21.
"Geronimo Allison is still in concussion protocol after taking a blow in Sunday's win over Buffalo".
Just as he's done all season, Kenny Golladay flashed his athleticism during Detroit's third offensive series and extended for a lovely 60-yard catch-and-run to put Detroit in the red zone.
"They're getting better", Rodgers said. "Those opportunities are going to come and it's all about just them being ready for them". He did not participate in practice on either Wednesday or Thursday as the Packers prepared for their game against the Lions.
King's return to the active roster comes after he sustained a groin injury against the Vikings in the second week of the season. Brown were expected to get most of the snaps with the first-team unit during Thursday's practice. Accomplishing those things should improve an offense that has been so-so on third down and very bad in the red zone. "I think that's something we had to do over time". "We'll take that and move forward with it".