"Key to winning is dictating the action"

PFF's Steve Palazzolo explains!

Evan Heffelfinger
May 29, 2020 - 2:58 pm

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The Packers made it clear with their 2020 draft that they were shifting to a run heavy offense, not the pass heavy attack Packers fans have grown accustomed to over the last 20+ years. 

The Packers managed to win 14 games last season with the pass heavy attack, but felt that it was in the best of their interests to switch to a system Head Coach Matt LaFleur was more comfortable running.

In the end, will the Packers switching to a run heavy offense help them win more games?


Steve Palazzolo, Senior Analyst for Pro Football Focus, joined Bill on Friday to talk about the scheme change, where the NFC stands after the draft, and more:

- Can he see Aaron Rodgers having an MVP type season?

- What does he think of the way the Packers drafted?

- Where do the Packers stand in the NFC?

- Who is the frontrunner in the AFC East with Tom Brady gone now?

- How good can this Packers receiving corps be?

Listen to the full interview below!