Actually finding those weaknesses in this 7-0 team can prove to be challenging.
The obvious one is on the defensive side of the ball—the pass defense ranks second to last in the NFL, giving up almost 300 yards per game, and the run defense has given up over 100 yards in each of the last two games vs. St Louis and Minnesota.
Even more telling is the fact that Steven Jackson and Adrian Peterson each gouged the Packers at a clip of seven yards per carry.
The 2011 version of the Green Bay Packers is not without flaws. The warts are there as they are with every other team—but with the Packers, some of them are under the radar.
Here are five spots that opponents should take advantage of when facing Green Bay this year: