Former Green Bay Packers fullback John Kuhn knows a thing or two about championship caliber teams. After all, he won a Super Bowl with the Packers in 2010. Thanks to his many years of experience playing in the NFL, Kuhn has an insight into the game (and the team) that most analysts do not have. On his show, “Nine 2 Noon,” on 97.3 The Game, Kuhn identified the team’s biggest flaw throughout the 2022 season.
The Packers Biggest Flaw: Lack of Discipline
According to John Kuhn, the Packers’ biggest flaw in the 2022 season was the lack of discipline. On his show, the former full back said:
“There were too many flaws, and we saw it. The biggest flaw to me, that nobody talked about, and yeah, you look at Quay Walker. You look at the penalties. It was the discipline all year long! To me, it’s that. It’s not layers, all those things need to get better. Look, Sammy Watkins. You said at the beginning of the year that wasn’t going to be enough. That was true. We knew that. How they didn’t know that, I have no idea.”
In this statement, Kuhn addresses how the Quay Walker incident was indicative of an issue that plagued the Packers all year long. Dumb penalties. In addition, making Sammy Watkins their lone free agent attempt at replacing Davante Adams was not, in retrospect, the wisest idea. Packers fans all over social media begged for the team to do more than draft and develop rookie wide receivers and sign the oft-injured Watkins. The team, however, did not do that.
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