With Aaron Rodgers a late scratch against the Ravens, the Packers offense struggled on a sloppy night in Baltimore.
Dexter Williams and Ty Summers shined when given plenty of playing time in the midst of injuries at their positions.
With a booming punt of five seconds, another one close to it, and some nice placement inside the 20, Scott looked better on Thursday than he did through much of last season.
It was predictably sloppy for the first week of the preseason, but the Green Bay defense took the ball away, and the Packers offense got big plays from young WRs to win its first real game of 2019.
How the Packers employ their tight ends will be one of the notable items to watch during the team’s annual Family Night.
Green Bay reportedly feels that Daniels is no longer a three-down player. Given that evaluation, moving on from him was inevitable.