The Green Bay Packers may not always look like it, but they're a playoff team after knocking off the Oakland Raiders. In fact, thanks to the New York Giants, they were a playoff team before Wayne Larrivee even threw the dagger.
Despite the dagger and the playoff lock, the Packers look - and sound - more like a team fighting for their lives than one who is looking to lock up the division.
Larrivee joined the crew on Wisconsin's Morning News earlier this morning.
"Things can change pretty quickly in the NFL, but the win in Oakland I thought was great from the standpoint of the fact the Packers took a 14-nothing lead, fell behind in the third quarter and got right off the matt and got it done," Larrivee said.
"I think we've got to kind of temper our expectations about this Packers team and about this Packers offense. It's not the Juggernaut of last year that led the league in scoring. It's not the offense of 2011 and 2010. They got some issues that they have to deal with and it's been difficult."
Larrivee also said the defense did well in scoring defense and they are sixth in the league in area.
To listen to the full interview with Wayne Larrivee, please click on the above SoundCloud player.