GREEN BAY - So, is it time to panic???
Are fans ready to pack it in for the season?
Or is this just another "bump in the road?"
When kicker Mason Crosby hooked the field goal attempt, Packers nation heaved a heavy sigh.
"Could've been a better outcome," said Rick Shannon, Packers fan.
"Terrible, the second half, they need to play better. If they don't I don't know what's going to happen," said Tom Garvey, Packers fan.
With the loss, the team drops to 2-3. It's the worst start since 2008. The Packers went 6-10, and missed the playoffs.
"I'm not panicking yet, said Denise Shannon, Packers fan.
Panic or not, the Packers find themselves in a possible predicament.
According to the Elias Sports Bureau, between 2007 and 2011, 76 teams started 2-3 or worse. In those five seasons, only 9 went to the playoffs.
Pat Jensen and her husband Lee are Vikings fans. They say the division will go right down to the wire.
"What's your prediction? We'll win at home and we'll lose here. That's the way it's going to be, 50-50. Who's going to win the division? Chicago," said Lee Jensen, Vikings fan.
"Chicago he says," said Pat Jensen, Vikings fan.
Packers fans say they aren't giving up yet.
"They can come around. It all depends on what happens the next few games," said Garvey.
"Oh we'll make the playoffs. Why? We're good enough to make the playoffs, just have to get the team together and start doing things the right way," said Rick Shannon.
Ellen Stevens says Packers fans can learn a little from the team she supports. After a dismal season, she says her Colts are getting better.
"Whether it's sports or whatever it is, everything's got ups and downs. You just got to stay with them. You got to hang in there," said Ellen Stevens, Colts fan.
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