Plenty of young players and established offensive weapons showed promise in the Packers' second game, while the offensive line and the younger receivers have some work to do.
David Michalski of Cheesehead TV writes the weekly stock report on the Green Bay Packers, and here are his takeaways this week.
Stock up: Aaron Jones, Davante Adams, Kevin King, the defense in crunch time: Aaron Jones may have actually won the head to head matchup against Dalvin Cook... Whenever the Packers needed a first down, Davante Adams was there to make a play... Kevin King was able to step up in crunch time and make a hell of an interception in the endzone to secure the win for the Packers... The last two weeks have shown that this defense can make game-changing plays, turn the ball over, and close the game out in crunch time.
Stock down: Lane Taylor, young receivers: Lane needs to get his act together in the next three weeks or his job as the starting left guard will be in serious jeopardy... Despite contributions from Marques Valdez-Scantling and Geronimo Allison in each of the teams first two games, the Packers still have not been able to rely on either enough to call them a number 2 or 3 receiver.
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