News now! Monday ‘healthy day’ for Packers offense

Posted by Vic Ketchman, editor on October 12, 2015 – 5:12 pm

151012-nn1-650GREEN BAY — Head Coach Mike McCarthy acknowledged a lackluster performance by the offense on Sunday, but remains buoyed by the team’s 5-0 record.

“Offensively, that was not our strength in the game. The part that’s exciting for us as a team … to turn the ball over and win, it tells you something about your team. We want to be a team that beats you a number of ways. This is an important stretch for us. We’re excited about the final score. We’re 5-0, we have a chance to be 6-0, and that’s exactly where we want to be,” McCarthy said on Monday.

He was questioned repeatedly about the offense’s failures in the Packers’ 24-10 win over the Rams.

“There’s nothing going on. It’s about matchups, it’s about scheme, flow and things that happen around you. This was a very healthy day for our offense to go through,” McCarthy said, referring to corrections the team made on Monday. “We’re not making any judgments after five games. Offensively, we weren’t as sharp mentally as we need to be.”

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