The Green Bay Packers ended up losing to the Baltimore Ravens in their second preseason game by a final score of 26-13. It was a game that showed some flaws for the franchise, but there were also some bright spots as well.

Matt LaFleur has started his tenure as head coach of the Packers with a 1-1 preseason recorded. Green Bay defeated the Houston Texans 28-26 in their first preseason matchup. While the Packers are expecting to be a much better football team this year than they have been in the last couple of years, they still have a lot of work to do.

Aaron Rodgers was expected to play against the Ravens, at the back issue was but unfortunately he ended up getting scratched just before kickoff due to back tightness. Many believe the back injury was only an excuse for Rodgers to sit out one more meaningless game. Despite those beliefs, the team does need to see Rodgers on the field for some preseason action.

It has been fairly obvious that the Packers are not comfortable with each other in the new system. There have been flashes of the potential that many see in Green Bay, but that needs to turn into consistency.

All of that being said, let’s take a look at the three biggest performances for the Packers from their second preseason game.

3. Jake Kumerow, Wide Receiver

A lot of hype has surrounded Jake Kumerow this offseason. He has been a fan favorite during his time in Green Bay, but now he is actually looking like a legitimate threat within the offense. Kumerow may only end up being the No. 4 wide receiver, but he is going to get some opportunities this year.

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Against the Ravens, Kumerow ended up catching three passes for 52 yards. It was a solid performance and well worthy of making this list. The Packers are excited to see what the 2019 season holds for him.

2. Allen Lazard, Wide Receiver

Staying with the wide receiver position, Allen Lazard is another player who has been impressing this preseason. He had a solid game against the Ravens with three catches for 63 yards. Many don’t think Lazard will end up making the final roster, but Green Bay should do everything they can to keep him around on the practice squad.

Lazard stands in at 6-foot-5 and nearly 230 pounds. He is a massive target, which makes him a more intriguing weapon that a superstar quarterback like Aaron Rodgers could utilize well. The former Iowa State star has a lot of work to do to make the roster, but this game was a step in the right direction.

1. Curtis Bolton, Linebacker

Finally, rookie linebacker Curtis Bolton made a major impact on the game for the Packers’ defense. He ended up recording six total tackles, one tackle for loss, a defended pass, and an interception.

Green Bay needs some help at the linebacker position and Bolton is doing his best to earn his spot. There are a lot of other talents around him, but this was a big game for the first-year player. The Packers have to like what they’ve seen from him, but there is still more work for him to do over the next two weeks.