Packers want to fix pre-snap penalty problem

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Packers want to fix pre-snap penalty problem
Packers want to fix pre-snap penalty problem

The Green Bay Packers have a pre-snap penalty problem, and coach Matt LaFleur wants to fix it coming out of the bye week. Speaking about areas of improvement identified during the team's self-scouting exercises this past week, LaFleur pointed to third down – and how all the pre-snap penalties have handcuffed the offense at times. “A lot of it has been self-inflicted,” LaFleur said Monday. “Too many penalties, just pre-snap penalties, discipline penalties that we've got to clean up in order for us to be the team we want to be.” The Packers have 16 false starts penalties and a league-high nine delay of game infractions. Of those 25 penalties, 14 have come at home – an unacceptable number for a

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