The Green Bay Packers continue to spiral downward.
After losing on Sunday Night Football to the Buffalo Bills, the Packers fell to 3-5.
Not only are they falling out of the NFC North race, but they might not be a playoff team.
Green Bay just looks lost on both sides of the ball, which is a reason for their four-game losing streak.
The season is slowly slipping away for the Packers.
But, here are three moves that could save their season.
1. Trade For A Wide Receiver
The front office in Green Bay has to make some moves, especially on offense.
Everyone that watches football knew the Packers should not have traded Davante Adams.
But, once they did, they certainly had to replace him.
They have failed to do that.
This has been a player Aaron Rodgers has been wanting to work with.
— NFL Rumors (@nflrums) October 26, 2022
Aaron Rodgers is playing with a group of inexperienced receivers who are struggling.
It remains unclear how many more seasons Rodgers will play.
So wasting a season with the weapons the Packers have is a terrible decision from their front office.
2. Add An Impact Defender
With the trade deadline on Tuesday at 4 p.m. Eastern, the Packers need a WR and impact defender.
The defense in Green Bay was supposed to be one of the best units in the NFL.
But, that has not been the case.
The Packers are giving up 21.6 points per game, and getting hammered on the ground.
#Packers Matt LaFleur said he's been having conversations with Brian Gutekunst for weeks now when asked about potentially acquiring a player or players by the trade deadline.
Said the right opportunity needs to present itself because they're "not going to just do a silly deal."
— Lily Zhao (@LilySZhao) October 31, 2022
Opposing teams are running right through them, as they allow 141.3 rushing yards per game.
Any type of impact defender can help this defense.
Someone who can help change the tone on defense and show some toughness.
3. Make A Coaching Change
Coaching changes are always tough in the NFL.
But, they are an unfortunate part of the game.
Matt LaFleur has won 13 games in each of his three years in Green Bay.
So with his job safe, one of the other assistant coaches could be on the way out.
We have seen coordinators fired mid-season before and that could be something the Packers consider.
The Packers players just seem to not be responding to the coaching they are receiving.
That is why they continue to struggle on both sides of the ball.
Letting go of a coach is never easy, but it is something they need to consider.