Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy sounded fed up with his offense and the media asking what is wrong with the unit.
The coach frustratingly expressed his feelings, stating they are moving the ball, being productive, but according to a NFL scout in the front office, the offense lacks big plays.
“We’re all trying to figure it out,” the scout said, via Packers News.
“I look at Green Bay and say, ‘They’re going to be better with Jordy Nelson (back), they’re going to be better with Randall Cobb (healthy).
“… I just don’t see those chunk plays. Any time you ever watched the Packers with Rodgers it was going to be the big play. He was going to hit a tight end, he was going to hit a screen, he was going to hit one of the receivers, throw the ball to Randall Cobb, who was going to tight-rope the sideline. I haven’t seen that from these guys.”
“You know, we had 400 yards of offense,” McCarthy retorted, “so I don’t know why they hell I’ve got to come in here and answer questions about the things you think that went wrong.”