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While Packers coach Matt LaFleur didn’t especially enjoy questions about how his offense has struggled in the red zone in the first five games this season compared to last year — the unit has gone from a league-best 80% touchdown rate to 55% so far this season — those questions could easily have been focused on the defense’s problems in the same area of the field.

No one would be happier to see Pro Bowl left guard-turned-left tackle Elgton Jenkins back in action after missing the last three games than tight end Robert Tonyan (above), whose route-running opportunities have been impacted by needing to stay in and provide extra pass protection by chipping edge rushers to help out the offensive line before going out to catch passes.

Although frustrated fans would flood Twitter during games with the hashtag #FireCapers, they could always count on former Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers confusing and sometimes embarrassing young quarterbacks, including the Bears’ last first-round QB, Mitchell Trubisky. Now, it’s Justin Fields (above) at quarterback and Barry in charge of taking advantage of his inexperience.