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Matt LaFleur speaks out on the Packers’ offense in big win over Raiders

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The Green Bay Packers put together quite an impressive offensive display against the Oakland Raiders in their 42-24 win in Week 7.

Led by Aaron Rodgers, the Packers had 481 total yards of offense with 421 being the result of their passing attack and no turnovers. All six of their touchdowns came through the air with one being a rushing score, but all were connected to Rodgers. Their franchise-quarterback even boasted the first-ever perfect passer rating in the team’s history.

After the game, Packers head coach Matt LeFleur shared his thoughts on his team’s offense.

“That’s how you want it to look,” LaFleur said, via the team’s official website. “This is the National Football League, it’s not going to be like that every week, but again, our guys, especially coming off six days, I thought they were locked in. I think we’re starting to learn our players a little bit better, what they do really well. I think the communication’s been on point between coaches and players. Today it came together.”

“I think we’re starting to learn our players a little bit better, what they do really well. I think the communication’s been on point between coaches and players. Today it came together.”

It is difficult to think about how the Packers’ offense could have performed better than they did against the Raiders. While they leaned heavily on their passing attack, they were so dominant that they didn’t need to move the chains much using their running game.

The Packers now have a 6-1 record heading into their Week 8 road matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs.

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