If you’re impressed by the Green Bay Packers being undefeated through five games, linebacker Clay Matthews says you ain’t seen nothing yet.
“It’s nice to know that we’re not playing our best ball yet, we’re getting better and at the same time we’re still winning,” Matthews said after the Packers beat the Falcons, “so we’re 5-0, got a chance to go 6-0 and play better ball next week heading in to Week 7 and just continue to develop and progress as a football team. That’s what’s encouraging.”
After falling behind early in Atlanta, the Packers were sensational. The Falcons’ final seven offensive drives consisted of five punts and two interceptions, while the Packers scored on six of their last eight drives before taking a knee to end the game.
The thought of the Packers getting better has to be scary to the rest of the NFL.