The Green Bay Packers were supposed to bounce back on Sunday after coming off their bye week. The team had more than enough time to prepare for the Denver Broncos, who entered Sunday’s contest with just one win in six games this season.
Well, the Packers just handed Denver their second victory in 2023 thanks in large part to another disappointing outing for a struggling Green Bay side.
Matt LaFluer Has No Words After Green Bay Packers’ Stunning Loss to Denver Broncos
Head coach Matt LaFleur faced reporters after the game, and the Packers shot-caller clearly wasn’t in a very good mood after watching his team suffer a gutting 19-17 loss in Denver. When asked if he thought his team had made any significant progress in terms of fixing their slow starts to game during their bye week, LaFleur dropped a brutally honest two-word response:
“Obviously zero,” said LaFleur, via Freddie Boston of Fansided.
Not pleased with LaFleur’s response, the reported followed up his initial query by asking the Packers coach why this is the case. LaFleur did not give him much else:
“That’s a great question,” LaFleur said after a pause.
LaFleur seemed totally dumbfounded after being asked a couple of simple questions. It is clear that he’s extremely disappointed by his team’s performance in this one, especially considering how they (presumably) put in a lot of work and effort in their preparations for the Broncos game. That was all for nothing.
Matt LaFleur will be facing a lot more questions in the coming days as he will now have to prove that he’s still the right man for the job in Green Bay now that his team is down 2-4.
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