Coaches and players with the Green Bay Packers are confident they will begin creating turnovers.
It just hasn’t happened yet. The Packer defense has only caused three turnovers in four games. It’s on a pace to come up with just half of the 25 turnovers created last season. Green Bay has had success in other areas and the offense still hasn’t turned the ball over once. Defensive coordinator Mike Pettine says his players have improved since last year and he’s seen a lot of near-turnovers. Can they take the ball away against a future Hall of Fame quarterback like Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? Maybe. He’s been intercepted four times, including two pick-sixes, and has fumbled four times, losing one.