Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur was upset with his offense during the first half against the Detroit Lions. The Packers’ offense was ineffective against the Lions to start the game. They were trailing 27-3 late in the second quarter.
The only Packers points came from a Jared Goff interception that was returned into the red zone. The offense appeared to struggle without David Bakhtiari and Elgton Jenkins on the offensive line. At the two-minute warning in the second quarter, Love was 4/10 passing for 31 yards and one interception.
Green Bay Packers: Matt LaFleur is upset with the offense
According to Mike Garafolo with the NFL Network, after the fourth punt of the night, LaFleur “laid into” the offense. Running back AJ Dillon spoke to the offense when LaFleur was finished.
#Packers coach Matt LaFleur pulled the offense together and laid into them on the sideline after that series. AJ Dillon then spoke to the group after that.
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) September 29, 2023
The Packers’ offense looks out of sync against the Lions, at least in the first half. We’ll see if that changes after LaFleur coaches them up at the half.
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