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, Wis. (AP) — Aaron Rodgers wasn’t in much of a mood to celebrate his 35th birthday.Not after another loss for the sliding Green Bay Packers.The same problems keep popping up for the offense, most glaringly, empty third downs and a lack of explosive plays.But Sunday’s 20-17 home loss to the Arizona Cardinals was definitely a surprise. Coach Mike McCarthy was fired after Green Bay stumbled once again.“We’re just not executing well and it’s the same things over and over,” Rodgers said before the coaching change was announced.The loss to one of the NFL’s worst teams was another blow to the fading playoff hopes for the Packers (4-7-1). Offensive coordinator Joe Philbin was promoted to interim head coach.It’s still mathematically possible for Green Bay to catch NFC North-leading Chicago (8-4), which lost to the Giants.To do that though, a once-productive offense will have to find its way.“We didn’t play well today. I’m not going to sit up here and try to sugarcoat it,” McCarthy said right after the loss.Green Bay’s tough day helped the Cardinals shatter the image of Lambeau Field as an intimidating venue for a warm-weather team in wintry conditions. The temperature at kickoff was 34 degrees, but the wind chill made it feel like 23. Flurries fell on and off throughout the game.Instead, the Packers looked out of sorts.A couple of Rodgers’ throws were off, especially in the first half. There were too many drops by receivers. The offensive line lost its two starters on the right side when guard Byron Bell and tackle Bryan Bulaga left in the first half with knee injuries.Zane Gonzalez kicked a 44-yard field goal for Arizona with 1:41 left. Green Bay’s Mason Crosby missed a 49-yard attempt as time expired.Crosby pushed his kick wide right, with the flags atop Lambeau blowing in toward the field at the time of the play. In pregame warmups, Crosby said kicks were going right to left.“Both ends were fairly difficult. The wind was swirling,” Crosby said. The final attempt “wanted to go right, so I was pretty shocked about, and obviously disappointed.”The Packers won the Super Bowl under McCarthy in 2010. But this is a third straight year in which Green Bay has had extended struggles.In 2016, the Packers started 4-6 but won eight straight games to get to the NFC title game, losing to the Atlanta Falcons. Green Bay finished 7-9 and missed the playoffs in 2017, when Rodgers missed extensive time with a broken collarbone.This year, Rodgers hurt his left knee in the season opener, though he is feeling better now. Receivers Randall Cobb and Geronimo Allison have missed time with injuries.Cobb’s return on Sunday didn’t help, with the Packers just 3 of 14 on third down.“I hate to repeat myself, but it’s applicable. … We’re not executing the right way,” Rodgers said.“It’s poor throws, not on the same page with receivers, wrong depth, protection,” he added. “We all have a part in that and we’ve all picked our time to mess up a third down.”The opening play of the fourth quarter was a perfect example of Green Bay’s offensive struggles. Rodgers found Cobb for a 36-yard completion on third-and-11, but the play was wiped out by a holding penalty on right tackle Jason Spriggs.Rodgers said his focus was getting his teammates to “play with that pride” and focus on the next four games.“Yeah, I mean I’m not even thinking about that right now,” Rodgers said when asked if he would have any role after the season with general manager Brian Gutekunst or team president Mark Murphy about what direction they should go with the coaching staff.The offensive players, Rodgers said, bear blame for whatever happens in the future.“Yeah, a lot probably. We haven’t played very well,” he said. Fans of the Green Bay Packers are finally getting what they wanted: Aaron Jones is receiving the lion’s share of snaps at the running back position, and he even had 20 touches in the game on Sunday night against the Minnesota Vikings. However, the offense only had 53 plays in the game, and there were still issues with how head coach Mike McCarthy deployed his backs. He stuck to his typical script with Jones and Jamaal Williams, using a single running back for each offensive series and not substituting mid-drive. Perhaps he feels like this gets the backs in a better rhythm, but it fails to account for the fact that the two players have different strengths and can be swapped out on a play-by-play basis depending on the situation.A few weeks ago in Los Angeles, McCarthy had his offense backed up against their own goal line and elected to run Aaron Jones up the middle. A blown block led to Jones being tackled for a safety
, but that playcall would seem to be better suited for Williams, who is a much more powerful runner who can churn through tacklers with his physical running style rather than elusiveness. A similar playcall called for a physical player in Minnesota last night, with the Packers running the dive on fourth-and-inches in the third quarter. Instead of putting his bruising back in, McCarthy left Jones on the field to get stuffed on a run up the middle.This team continues to make baffling decisions in critical situations. Even when McCarthy makes an aggressive decision, maybe in an effort to avoid being overly conservative like he was on fourth down a week earlier, he seems to confound that with a questionable playcalls or by failing to utilize his personnel properly.Let’s look at that decision and more as we break down the Packers’ playing time from Sunday night’s 24-17 loss to the Vikings.Offense (53 plays)QuarterbackAaron Rodgers 53What else is there to say about Rodgers? After looking so good on the Packers’ two touchdown drives — particularly the second — he suddenly all of his mojo afterwards. After that 7-for-9 start that saw Rodgers put together 79 yards and a touchdown, he missed Jimmy Graham on a deep seam route and took a short sack on third down on the next drive and it was all over from there.After that point, Rodgers was pressured and took two more third-down sacks. Then, after a few great throws got the Packers back into field goal range down ten points late, Rodgers missed consecutive throws on second- and third-and-one — a short pass to Equanimeous St. Brown that he spiked into the turf and an overthrow of a wide-open Adams in the end zone.Like in past games, Rodgers made a handful of great plays, but his execution in big situations was lacking once again.Running BacksAaron Jones 40, Jamaal Williams 13This snap breakdown seems about reasonable for the two running backs, but their situational usage continues to baffle Packers fans. Why does Mike McCarthy refuse to substitute backs on a play-by-play basis depending on the situation? Why does he insist on giving Williams whole series rather than using him when the down and distance call for it?Running a halfback dive on that fourth down could be understandable and defensible if it were Williams, who runs with tremendous power and can push a pile. While Jones is the more complete and explosive back, he should not be the one trying to grind out a half-yard up the middle.All told, Jones ran relatively effectively, gaining 72 yards on 17 carries with a touchdown. He also added three receptions for 21 yards. Williams had a single carry for five yards.Wide ReceiversDavante Adams 53, Marquez Valdes-Scantling 44, Equanimeous St. Brown 36, J’Mon Moore 11Adams was targeted just eight times in the game, catching five balls for 69 yards and the Packers’ first score. However, he should have had a second touchdown if not for Rodgers’ overthrow, as he was consistently getting open on Xavier Rhodes before the excellent Vikings’ corner appeared to pop a hamstring in the fourth quarter.St. Brown was the better of the Packers’ rookies on Sunday night, catching three of five passes for 53 yards. MVS had just two targets and one catch for three yards.Tight EndsMarcedes Lewis 23, Lance Kendricks 22, Jimmy Graham 22, Robert Tonyan 1Early on, Lewis got the bulk of the snaps as the in-line tight end, but Graham got a few series including the final drive of the game. On that drive, he caught both of his two receptions for 34 yards, coming on consecutive plays to get things started. Expect a pretty even three-way split for these players moving forward. Perhaps the biggest disappointment was not seeing more work for Tonyan in this game with Graham limited.Offensive LinemenBryan Bulaga 53, Corey Linsley 53, Byron Bell 51, David Bakhtiari 43, Lane Taylor 32, Justin McCray 23, Jason Spriggs 10After weeks of steady, injury-free play on the offensive line, the bug finally hit the guys up front. Bell missed his two snaps because his shoe fell off
, so there’s nothing to see there. But almost immediately after that took place, Taylor tweaked an ankle and did not return to the game, leading to McCray taking over the rest of the way.Then Bakhtiari suffered two different injuries in the second half, missing some time in the third quarter before coming back briefly in the fourth. If he is determined to have any significant issues, look for Spriggs to take over on the left side.Defense (70 plays)Defensive LinemenKenny Clark 66, Dean Lowry 55, Tyler Lancaster 22, Montravius Adams 19Is it sustainable for a 325-pound lineman like Clark to play over 90% of a team’s defensive snaps game after game? That’s what he’s doing now as the lone week-one starter remaining. Clark and Lowry recorded the Packers’ two sacks on Sunday night, with Lowry and Lancaster each adding additional hits on the quarterback.However, that was the extent of the pass rush for the Packers for the entire game. They basically got nothing from the linebackers or secondary, perhaps due in part to a lack of ability to blitz due to the depth issues in the defensive backfield.Outside LinebackersClay Matthews 57, Kyler Fackrell 55, Reggie Gilbert 30Matthews had a hot-and-cold game. He totaled five tackles, including two for losses, but he was a non-factor rushing the passer and he was directly responsible for a Vikings touchdown due to losing contain on Kirk Cousins on a bootleg. Fackrell had a pair of tackles while Gilbert had one and a batted pass.Inside LinebackersBlake Martinez 70, Antonio Morrison 46, Oren Burks 7Martinez totaled 13 tackles on Sunday night, with six solo stops and seven assists. It seemed that there were quite a few combo tackles for the Packers on Sunday, as Morrison had three solos but four assists to his credit.SafetiesJosh Jones 57, Ibraheim Campbell 53, Kentrell Brice 24Brice aggravated his ankle injury early in the game, but was able to return for a time before leaving the game for concussion evaluation after dropping his head on a hit along the sideline. Given the Packers’ injury issues at cornerback, they primarily used Tramon Williams as a corner instead of a safety, so that meant that Jones and Campbell ended up with the bulk of the workload.Campbell acquitted himself well over his hefty snap total, racking up eight total tackles. Jones made two solo stops and was particularly hard on himself on Twitter after the game.CornerbacksJaire Alexander 70, Tramon Williams 70, Josh Jackson 60, Tony Brown 9As mentioned above, Williams had to play more cornerback than safety in this game since the Packers were missing Bashaud Breeland and Kevin King again. He, Alexander, and Jackson made up the team’s typical corner trio on the evening, and each had at least four tackles. However, there were no pass breakups by the secondary on the night, and they allowed a huge day for the Vikings’ receivers, as Adam Thielen, Stefon Diggs, and Kyle Rudolph consistently picked the Packers apart.Of course, it was Williams’ mistake on a punt return that will be one of the lasting images from this game. Instead of calling for a fair catch, he let the ball bounce directly in front of him and it caromed off his chest for the game’s only turnover in the fourth quarter.
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