GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — The Green Bay Packers are like a finicky old car that needs several hits to the ignition before finally making some progress.
That helps explain why the Packers (2-4) carry a three-game skid into Sunday's home matchup with the Minnesota Vikings (3-4).
But it’s tougher to pin down why the Packers struggle so much at the start of games.
“I think guys kind of take a breath and, as the game goes on, they just feel more comfortable and start executing better,” Stenavich said.
Love believes once the Packers get that “monkey off your back” by making a big play early, the first-half points might start coming in bunches.
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