NFL Week 6 Ranks: Accounts earn “A-” for surviving Chiefs; The Chargers get “C +” for OT’s bad win over the Broncos

Cheese usually improves with age, but somehow, the Packers’ offense has gotten worse with each passing week this season and likely bottomed out during Green Bay’s stunning 27-10 defeat to New York. Jets Sunday.

Aaron Rodgers may want to think about taking his offense at an ayahuasca retreat, because whatever this group is doing right now is not working.

Almost as soon as the game started, the Packers’ attack seemed lost almost every time he touched the ball. On his first possession, the Packers went out three and things only got worse afterwards. Here’s what happened to the next nine possessions after the three go-outs: punt, punt, basket blocked, punt, fumble, down, basket, punt, punt blocked TD.

It’s something you might expect to see from the old Jets, but certainly not the Packers. One problem for Green Bay is that Rodgers doesn’t seem to trust his receivers. Last season, Rodgers had Adams in front and whenever a game stopped, he just dumped it at Adams. This season, when the other team comes under pressure on Rodgers, the game is basically dead because he has nowhere to go and the Jets have certainly put some pressure on him in this match (they have sacked Rodgers four times).

It also doesn’t help that Rodgers hasn’t been as accurate as he has been for the past couple of years. Against the Jets, Rodgers missed the shots he normally took, including the pass below, which had been overrun by about 10 yards.

Overall, Rodgers completed only 26 of 41 passes against New York and also lost a fumble that led to a Jets’ basket.

One thing that may be contributing to his accuracy issues is that Rodgers appears to be dealing with an injured thumb. He slammed his finger last week and it still bothered him on Sunday.

If this is an injury that doesn’t heal quickly, it won’t be easy for the Packers to repair their attack.

When the Packers can’t throw the ball, their attack can usually still work thanks to Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon, but now the teams are expecting it. The Packers opponents seem to be well aware that the passing game is interrupted and, for this reason, they are ready to stop the race.

Here is Jones being hammered for a defeat by Quinnen Williams.

That contrast was Green Bay’s ground game in a nutshell on Sunday. The Packers averaged just 3 yards per transport against the Jets.

For once, the Packers could be in real trouble. At 3-3, the Packers have now scored 15 or fewer points in three of their six games and there is no easy way to repair the attack. If Green Bay fails to fix it soon, the team’s three-year reign at the top of NFC North is about to end.

Well, let’s go to the votes for every match of week 6. If you’re looking for a deeper dive into the Commanders’ 12-7 win over Chicago that was played on Thursday, be sure to click here.

LA Chargers 19-16 over Denver in OT (Monday)

John Breech’s Broncos-Chargers Degrees (Do you love vows? Hate vows? Let them know on Twitter.)

NY Jets 27-10 over Green Bay

John Breech’s Jets-Packers Vows (Do you love vows? Hate vows? Let them know on Twitter.)

Cincinnati 30-26 over New Orleans

Degrees Bengals-Saints by John Breech (Do you love vows? Do you hate vows? Let them know on Twitter.)

Atlanta 28-14 on San Francisco

49ers-Falcons vows by John Breech (Do you love vows? Do you hate vows? Let them know on Twitter.)

Indianapolis 34-27 over Jacksonville

John Breech’s Jaguars-Colts Grades (Do you love grades? Hate grades? Let them know on Twitter.)

NY Giants 24-20 over Baltimore

Ravens-Giants Vows by Jordan Dajani (Do you love vows? Do you hate vows? Let them know on Twitter.)

Pittsburgh 20-18 over Tampa Bay

Votes Buccaneers-Steelers by Bryan DeArdo (Do you love the vows? Do you hate the vows? Let them know on Twitter.)

New England 38-15 over Cleveland

Patriots-Browns Vows by Tyler Sullivan (Do you love vows? Hate vows? Let them know on Twitter.)

Minnesota 24-16 over Miami

Vikings-Dolphins Vows by Shanna McCarriston (Do you love vows? Hate vows? Let her know on Twitter.)

LA Rams 24-10 on Carolina

Vows Panthers-Rams by John Breech (Do you love vows? Do you hate vows? Let them know on Twitter.)

Seattle 19-9 over Arizona

John Breech’s Cardinals-Seahawks Vows (Do you love vows? Hate vows? Let them know on Twitter.)

Buffalo 24-20 over Kansas City

The Bills-Chiefs Vows by Cody Benjamin (Do you love vows? Hate vows? Let them know on Twitter.)

Philadelphia 26-17 over Dallas

Cowboys-Eagles Vows by John Breech (Do you love vows? Hate vows? Let them know on Twitter.)

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