Everything is back on track.
They killed the AFC’s best team and convincingly beat a St. Louis Rams team that is now quite solid and played very well Sunday.
Aaron Rodgers is returning to his 2011 MVP form, James Jones and Randall Cobb have performed brilliantly in Greg Jennings’ absence, and the defense is now ranked 14th in yards allowed per game, a huge improvement over last year’s dead-last ranking.
But Green Bay is not without fault. Like any other team, weaknesses are evident and need to be fixed if a run to the Super Bowl is expected.
Here are the five biggest obstacles that could hold Green Bay back.