There are a lot of metrics and statistics to tell whether a team is good or not, and one that can play a big part in success is the turnover differential.
The Packers remain one of the best teams in the NFL at holding on to the ball, as Aaron Rodgers holds the NFL record for lowest interception percentage for a career, and the ball carriers have held onto the ball, only fumbling three times through eight games.
The problem remains on defense, as last year's squad forced many turnovers (especially interceptions) yet this year's defense hasn't consistenly forced turnovers.
Do you have faith in the Packers defensive playmakers to force big turnovers this season?
Brian Baldinger, our Radio.com Sports NFL Insider, joined Bill on Tuesday to talk Packers defense, Aaron Rodgers and more:
- What did we learn in the NFC from last week’s action?
- Can the Packers win against a very banged up 49ers team be considered a good win?
- What is the Packers signature win this year?
- Does he think Aaron Rodgers has trust in his receivers now?
Listen to the full interview below!