The Green Bay Packers' new head coach continues to find his rhythm as a playcaller through two weeks of regular season games. The Packers' offense has had glimpses of brilliance in each of their two wins to start the year — one drive in Chicago and the first three against Minnesota — but the next challenge for Matt LaFleur is to help the unit find consistent, sustained success. Coming out of week two, LaFleur is getting more comfortable speaking to the media, but there are also more reports emerging that illustrate his overall communication style with his players. Based on these reports, LaFleur sounds like a great coach to work for: even-keeled for the most part, but with enough fire and vigor to deliver a strong message when it is warranted.
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