Packers Play Complementery Football
Since the start of the season, the Packers have preached the importance of playing complementary football as a team. In other words, they didn’t want the offense to turn the ball over and put the defense in short-field situations, want penalties on special teams that make the offense have longer fields to drive, or the defense to give up huge plays that put the team down early.
It’s safe to say this has rarely happened this season, and it was far from perfect on Sunday. However, it was the most complementary game they’ve played this season.
The defense did their part, holding the Rams to just three points. There were a few special teams penalties, but nothing back-breaking. And the offense, despite having two turnovers to start the third quarter, did just enough to get the W.