4. The Green Bay Packers offense will be just fine
Like the 49ers, the Packers started their season 1-2 but came away with a much-needed win in Week 4. They defeated the Chicago Bears, 38-17. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers returned to elite form as he completed 22-of-28 of his passes for 302 yards and four touchdowns. Running back Eddie Lacy had another forgettable performance with 48 yards on 17 carries, but he rushed for a touchdown.
Wide receivers Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb looked spectacular as they each finished with over 100 receiving yards and two touchdown catches. The Packers are often a team that starts slow, but they have consistently proven they can have a strong second half. They appear well on their way to re-establishing themselves as a contender, and their offense looks primed to be one of the top units in the NFL once again.