Another week, another Green Bay Packers win that fans seemingly aren’t thrilled about.

Green Bay took down the New England Patriots on Sunday, winning 27-24 in overtime.

The fact that the Packers needed overtime to beat a team playing with their third-string quarterback is likely why fans aren’t overly excited about the win.

But it’s not like the Packers played terribly. Sure, they made some mistakes. But they got a win on an afternoon when they didn’t play their best. Winning those types of games should always be a good feeling.

The concern is that all of Green Bay’s wins have felt that way.

There’s a reason, however, why fans shouldn’t be too down after the narrow win against the Patriots.

That’s because the offense is showing signs of life. It’s something that The Packers Wire’s Zach Kruse pointed out on Monday morning.

Allen Lazard, Green Bay’s de facto No. 1 wide receiver, had six receptions for 116 yards against New England.

And rookie wide receiver Romeo Doubs had a couple of plays that should’ve resulted in touchdowns. The play designs worked, the execution just ended up being a little shaky.

I think fans are forgetting how many changes the Packers are dealing with this season.

Green Bay lost their best wide receiver, Davante Adams, in a trade with the Las Vegas Raiders (a move the Packers were essentially forced to make due to Adams’ desire to play in Vegas).

They’re also dealing with multiple coaching staff changes. The Packers have a new offensive coordinator and a new quarterbacks coach. While this is Matt LaFleur’s offense, that continuity is still important.

All things considered, it’s impressive that Green Bay is 3-1 after three weeks. And the offense is showing signs of life. Now it’s just about becoming more consistent, which I think we’ll see this team do in the coming weeks.

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