The offseason is a great time to do things you normally don’t get to do during the season. This, for me, includes breaking down some old all-22 footage.

I came on to write for PTTF in July of 2017, breaking down game footage from that season on. However, there are so many great games that have taken place before I was writing here that I wish I could have broke down for all our faithful readers.

This offseason I thought I would do just that, and what better time to do it, especially with the lack of football. It’s always great to go back and revisit some of our favorite games and seasons. This week, it will be the 2014 matchup between the Packers and the Jets.

2014 is one of my favorite seasons to break down tape from. The offense was so multiple and the defense was trying to find their groove with personnel switch-ups and different looks up front.

On Sunday afternoon, I figured I would head over to Twitter and share some of these all-22 clips with our readers and break down this game amidst the monotony of the offseason.

For those of you who might have missed it, here is a full recap. Enjoy and make sure to follow along as I’ll be posting clips throughout the offseason.

The Packers went on to win this game after a sloppy start, finishing in a 31-24 win. It was the start of a string of wins for the team in the season. Each week of the 2014 campaign was fun to watch, and the team really started to look like a Super Bowl contender. Sadly, the results didn’t pan out as such.

If there’s ever a film study you would like to see featured this offseason, feel free to let me know. We here at PTTF are all about giving Packer fans the content they want and deserve.


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