Aaron Nagler takes to Facebook Live to talk the day after the Packers' loss to the Falcons and answers your questions.
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We’ll start with Eric and Pete writing on where the Packers are falling short when measuring them against the Falcons.
There’s a talent gap between the Atlanta Falcons and Green Bay Packers, and until the Packers close it they’re going to have a hard time winning the NFC.
The two teams have met three times in the last year, and the Falcons have won all three. The games all have been in Atlanta, so that's an advantage for coach Dan Quinn’s team.
But the greater advantage is at the skill positions on offense. In Julio Jones, the Falcons have the best receiver in the game. Their No. 2, Mohamed Sanu, might be as good as any of the Packers’ receivers.
And the Falcons also have the best running back on the field when these teams meet. Devonta Freeman is a creative and dynamic runner who’s also a good receiver. As fast as Ty Montgomery has developed for the Packers, Freeman is the better player.
As always, Pete’s weekly 4 Downs post is a must-read:
Ryan Wood writes on Kevin King and how his time may be now:
Ty Montgomery welcomed Jamaal Williams as his guest on Clubhouse Live last night:
The prices for a home on Shadow Lane are getting ridiculous:
Elsewhere, Ian Rapoport has a rundown on some injured Packers for NFL Network:
Deadspin wrote about the poor officiating and the Packers’ poor play Sunday night:
Interesting note from Pro Football Focus:
QB Wins are not a stat, but here you go:
Good Morning Football broke down Sunday night’s game:
Ben Fennell did some tape breakdown on Kevin King:
The Packers Wire touches on the Packers’ sluggish start on offense:
Ron Wolf Way is coming to Ashwaubenon:
Ty Montgomery is looking ahead:
Datone Jones worked out for the Patriots:
Colin Cohwerd talked Packers and Cowboys losses on his radio show:
The Packers worked out three offensive linemen: