"It's just one game and we're not going to be held prisoner mentally by that poor performance," Aaron Rodgers said.
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Packers linebacker Za’Darius Smith played just 18 of the 62 defensive snaps in the 38-3 loss to the Saints in Jacksonville.
During their 38-3 drubbing at the hands of the New Orleans Saints last Sunday, one could argue on several plays Packers’ defenders weren’t even in the same library.
“I’m confident and happy and excited and love these guys," Aaron Rodgers said. "As a competitor, I’m frustrated about my performance, our performance. But this game is about how you respond to negativity usually more than how you're hailed for your successes."
The Saints' domination of the Packers on Sunday makes it reasonable to wonder if New Orleans has given future opponents a playbook for how to stymie Green Bay's previously high-powered offense.
“I still have the utmost confidence in our defense. We’re going to regroup and get better this week,” veteran safety Adrian Amos said.
Joe Barry’s energetic coaching style is on the tip of so many of his players’ tongues because it’s a departure from his predecessor, Mike Pettine, who was serious and stern but also intellectual and pragmatic during his three-year run as coordinator.
Four former team members describe their memories that followed the terrorist attack against the United States.
Coach Matt LaFleur says he would “absolutely” hold Smith out of the opener if necessary.
Second-rounder Josh Myers will start at center as expected and fourth-rounder Royce Newman won one of the guard jobs — likely on the right side.