The Packers’ offense looked different on Sunday. Throughout the season, the offense has looked disjointed and lost. That changed on Sunday when the Packers had little trouble moving the ball on the ground and through the air. Packers offensive coordinator Adam Stenavich revealed the key to the offensive efficiency on Sunday.
Packers OC Reveals Key To Offensive Efficiency On Sunday
Sunday's game was the first time the Packers' preferred starting offensive line played every snap from start to finish and offensive coordinator Adam Stenavich said: "I think it really helped our offense perform efficiently."
— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) November 14, 2022
It is week 10 and this is the first time this season the Packers have had their preferred offensive line from start to finish. The Packers have been struggling with injuries on the offensive line. David Bakhtiari and Elgton Jenkins are coming off of major knee injuries. Others have dealt with issues here and there that have taken them out of games. This was the first week the Packers were able to have their preferred starters. This was the Packers’ key to offensive efficiency on Sunday according to Adam Stenavich.
Injuries Have Plagued The Packers This Season
While there has been a myriad of issues, injuries have been a big one for the Packers. Offensive line play is all about cohesion. If the line is constantly changing, blocking assignments are bound to be missed. Sacks are killers on drives and the Packers have taken way too many this season. The offensive line is not the only place where injuries have plagued the Packers. The wide receiver room has been dealing with injuries. Imagine if Allen Lazard, Randall Cobb, Christian Watson, and Romeo Doubs would have all been healthy this season. The offense might look completely different.
Hopefully, the Packers will be able to keep playing this offensive line. They looked great on Sunday against a tough Cowboys pass rush. If the offensive line is the Packers’ key to offensive efficiency, then the team better hope everyone can stay healthy.