The Green Bay Packers had a shocking performance against the New York Jets in Week 6.
They only scored ten points despite having reigning Most Valuable Player Aaron Rodgers.
Unfortunately, that game marked an all-time low for Packers head coach Matt LaFleur.
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FOX Sports NFL shared that it’s the first time LaFleur suffered two straight losses during his time in Green Bay.
They were on their way to a Week 5 victory against the New York Giants in London, England.
However, the Giants overhauled a ten-point deficit with a 14-2 fourth-quarter run to defeat the Packers, 27-22.
Those defeats led Green Bay to a 3-3 record, putting them in second place behind the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC North.
LaFleur joined the Packers in 2019 to replace interim head coach Joe Philbin, who took over from Mike McCarthy.
He helped Green Bay achieve 13-3, 13-3, and 13-4 records in his first three seasons.
The Packers reached consecutive NFC Championship Games but lost in both instances.
Meanwhile, the consecutive losses are alarming because they came against teams they would normally defeat.
In that case, is the championship window for the Packers officially closed?
Are The Packers Missing Davante Adams’ Services?
The Packers had a constant threat in the passing game when All-Pro wideout Davante Adams was still with the squad.
When the chips are down, they had someone who would constantly make plays for them.
Sadly, Sammy Watkins made Packers fans miss Adams more, especially now that he is on injured reserve.
Likewise, the Packers have been led by a different player in receiving yards in each of their first six games.
Unlike when Adams was the primary option, the consistency isn’t there, and that is giving the Packers some trouble.