Few would have predicted this weekend's matchup of two of the last three Super Bowl winners would feature a combined record of 1-5, but that's what fans will see this Sunday at Lambeau Field, when the 1-2 Green Bay Packers host the 0-3 New Orleans Saints.
Both teams share plenty of question marks on both sides of the ball, but Green Bay's offensive struggles are particularly alarming for a team that was virtually unstoppable on that side of the ball last year.
But when you've lost two thirds of your games in a young season, you can hardly limit the question to one particular unit. Bad calls aside, Green Bay's defense didn't get it done when it counted Monday night. A sack, a batted ball or a dead-to-rights interception would have prevented a lot of heartache for Packer Nation.
What, then, needs to be done? Here are four things the Packers can do to get back on track for Week 4.