Green Bay Packers: 2018-19 season Studs and Duds

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The Green Bay Packers massively underachieved in the 2018-19 season. Despite those struggles, there were a few that exceeded the expectations of themselves.

The Green Bay Packers 2018-19 season officially came to an end with their 31-0 drubbing at the hands of the division rival Detroit Lions. At 6-9-1, this team fell far below the standards they had hoped to achieve when they started this year. Some had pegged this team as a Super Bowl contender, but, as the season wore on, it became more and more evident that this team needed a severe overhaul to make that true.

After their 20-17 loss at the hands of the Arizona Cardinals, who will be picking first in the upcoming draft, the team fired former head coach Mike McCarthy after nearly 13 seasons. The team went 2-2 in those final four games after his firing under interim head coach Joe Philbin including that beatdown by the Lions. With a new year upon us, the team is looking to make the necessary changes to end their brief two-year playoff drought.

With the year at its disappointing end, it’s time to learn the team’s absolute final studs and duds that got them here. Some players greatly outperformed their expectations while others underperformed and let the team down. The team will be evaluating their roster in the coming weeks, and we’re going to do the same thing right along with them.