Riding a four-game winning streak, there’s not a lot the Green Bay Packers are doing wrong.
Averaging 438.9 yards and 30.3 points per game has the Packers ranked near the top in most offensive categories.
The defense is not far behind, ranking 11th overall and fourth against the rush this season.
All that success makes one statistic more glaring: the Packers are bad in the red zone.
The red zone offense is getting touchdowns 50 percent of the time, tied for 18th in the league. The defense, meanwhile, is dead last in the league, giving up touchdowns 72.7 percent of the time.
While red zone statistics may not directly correlate to wins and losses, it suggests something is not clicking with the offensive and defensive units.
The Packers’ offense finished the 2011 and 2012 seasons ranked third overall in the red zone, converting 66.2 and 68.1 percent of the time, respectively.