Every week, I do a report card of the previous performance of the Green Bay Packers. Every unit is graded based on production and difficulty.
Up until now, this has been reserved for my PackerChatters audience. You can see some of my work over there through that link to form a broader view of my analysis.
Every team follows their leadership, and the head of every team (both in authority and their role as its brain) is the coaching staff.
The Atlanta Falcons coaching staff came out with a great gameplan that enabled the team to get up 14-0 on the Packers through the early part of the second quarter. But the Packers coaching staff responded by making brilliant adjustments that led to the road team taking control the rest of the way.
Those adjustments would have been sufficient to give the coaches an A for their efforts. They are detailed throughout the slides that follow for the units they benefited...