Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
The good news for the Packers is that they employ the single best player in football, quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who is the maestro of Green Bay's offensive symphony.
The bad news for the Packers is that the group of signal-callers behind Rodgers could be the worst collection of backups in the entire league.
In Friday night's 17-0 preseason loss to Arizona, Green Bay's backup quarterbacks were absolutely atrocious. Presumed top backup Graham Harrell completed 12 of 19 passes for 76 yards, Vince Young connected on one of three passes for seven yards and B.J. Coleman was 2-of-7 passing for 15 yards.
That's 98 yards on 29 attempts. If you're asking yourself how that's even possible, you aren't alone.
Not exactly Dan Marino in 1984, eh?
While the Packers are a playoff-caliber team whenever Rodgers is on the field, there's no guarantee that he'll stay healthy for 16 games every season. Green Bay's backup quarterbacks must perform better over the remainder of the preseason.