17 Jan Packers offensive line was an injury-riddled disaster from the start.
The Packers’ 6-0 start to the regular season masked a lot of issues with Green Bay’s offense. Jordy Nelson’s absence — he went down with an ACL injury in the preseason — wreaked havoc with the passing game as the Packers lacked a receiver who could consistently get open. Randall Cobb – fresh off signing a four-year, $40 million deal — proved he couldn’t get open against No. 1 cornerbacks, and others such as Davante Adams, James Jones, Jeff Janis and Jared Abbrederis were either too hurt, too old or too inexperienced to be relied upon. And the offensive line was an injury-riddled disaster from the start.
— NFL (@NFL) January 17, 2016