As mentioned on Wednesday's podcast, we're not ready to panic over Green Bay's slow start on offense.
To date, Green Bay's star quarterback has yet to unfurl the bevy of big plays we've come to expect from the annual MVP candidate.
On his 102 passes, Rodgers has just two completions of 25-plus yards, ranking him 31st in the NFL in that category. Rookie Teddy Bridgewater, meanwhile, has two of those long completions over just three quarters.
It's not just the quarterback. Runner Eddie Lacy has yet to top 43 yards in any game this season behind a scattershot offensive line. Jarrett Boykin has been a disappointment as the presumed No. 3 wideout, while Randall Cobb's bland usage in the scheme has led to Jordy Nelson accounting for 50.4 percent of the Green Bay's receiving yards.
If that's still the case after Sunday, the concern over Green Bay's offense will be tangible.