Playing on the road in front of a partisan crowd with a big lead over a team that was 2-14 a year ago Should have had the Packers comfortable on Sunday. Unfortunately, a second half collapse after leading 21-3 at halftime in Indianapolis leaves a round of questions. Green Bay is now 2-3 on the season and SB Nation's Acme Packing Company is doing some soul searching:
As I try to wrap my mind around what happened against the Colts, I keep coming back to one thing…the Packers just might not be as good as we thought this year. The reason I come to this conclusion is because each loss seems to have the similar reasons but different culprits. It's not just a couple players, like Jarrett Bush or M.D. Jennings or even the coaches because each week brings the similar story but from a new position group or one side of the ball. Sometimes it's the secondary. Other times the linebackers. Then it's the receivers. Next it's the offensive line. Today it was the field goal kicker, with a smattering of all the others as well.
Green Bay barely has time to catch its breath as they now have to go on the road and face another AFC South opponent. The Houston Texans are one of two teams still unbeaten before their Monday night contest against the new York Jets. They have been very impressive so far in those wins as well. Three of their victories have come by at least 20 points.