While the Green Bay Packers likely expected some struggles out of their tight end position this season, they certainly didn’t expect to get zero production out of the spot.
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Alas, that’s essentially been the case and it doesn’t sound like it’s going to be improving anytime soon as Brandon Bostick, who some believed would be the starter out of training camp, has been struggling in practice. Given that, it’s not expected he’ll see much (if any) playing time until he corrects his sub-par practice play.
"From the way offensive coordinator Tom Clements made it sound on Monday, Bostick’s practice habits have not warranted playing time. When asked whether Bostick can elevate his play to match what it was in training camp, Clements said: “Sure, he can. It’s just a matter of being consistent and getting back into the groove.”"
Currently the Green Bay Packers have started Richard Rodgers though he’s essentially be non-existent while fellow tight end Andrew Quarless has been less than inspiring.
It’s just one of the current struggles the Green Bay Packers are dealing with as quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been iffy while running back Eddie Lacy has struggled severely through the first three weeks of the season. Some of those struggles can be attributed to Green Bay’s offensive line which has not played very well either.
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