But they still can be. The talent and coaching are there. They just need to combine it with execution on the playing field.
New Orleans left tackle Terron Armstead describes the Saints as a good team that is playing like a bad one. This is the same player who during training camp suggested that the three-time defending NFC South champions would consider the 2020 season a failure if they fell short of the Super Bowl. Bad teams beat themselves and that's right now what we’re doing.
Green Bay (3-0) leads the NFL in points per game (40.7) and yards per play (6.9) after winning 37-30 at New Orleans on Sunday night without star receiver Davante Adams, who missed the game with an ankle injury. The explosiveness of the Packers’ attack had quarterback Aaron Rodgers fielding questions about how this unit compares to the best offenses he’s led in a Hall of Fame-caliber career. Rodgers started out by citing 2011 and 2014, the years he was named MVP.