Green Bay struggled in all phases in their 26-11 road loss to the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday afternoon. The Packers struggled to get over 200 yards of total offense in the loss.
The ground game was limited to just 45 yards, and Aaron Rodgers threw for only 161 yards in the game.
A late Packers score and two-point conversion got the Packers within two scores, but a late rally fell short.
Green Bay falls to 7-2 with the loss. With Minnesota losing to Kansas City earlier in the day, the Packers maintained their one-game lead in the NFC North.
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