Although Green Bay readily handled the winless Rams on Sunday, the offense went stagnant in the second half and was unable to add to their lead.
"We didn’t do a very good job handling the football. We didn’t convert the third downs, we had a number of drops," Head Coach Mike McCarthy said.
The players recognize that their performance was not to their fullest capability.
"No one thinks that’s good enough," said offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga. "We just didn’t play well enough in the second half to move the ball…we need to be able to put drives together, keep our defense off the field and score points."
An ongoing point of concern for the Packers has been their inability to take the fight out of opposing offenses, something they did well last season. Sunday was the only game where Green Bay held their opponent to under two scores.