Not too acidic, not too alkaline, a pH level of seven represents the perfect balance to achieve equilibrium.
In Week 7, the Green Bay Picker plays a balanced, complementary football on the way to a 42-24 victory over the Oakland Raiders.
Driven by MVP effort from Aaron Rodgers, the Packers have found ways to commit offense, even though they have disappeared Davane Adams, the team's most important target, for the third consecutive week.
On top of Adam's absence, the Packers limped on Sunday, quite literally. Marquez Valdez-Scantling was upgraded from doubtful to doubtful Saturday with a sprained ankle.
After all, it doesn't matter: Rogers was electrically behind Matt LaFleur's well-designed, well-executed game plan.
And that's where the story is really. Each week, the Packers offense has found ways to do so, despite the unique challenges each opponent presents. Poor Philadelphia secondary? Broadcast it. The weak inner front of Dallas? Switch to the inner zone. Detroit sponge with a strong top cover? Manufactured on-site to use transient concepts designed to impede the pursuit of surface protectors.
The constant behind all this, of course, is Aaron Rodgers.
Rogers is no longer an elite, analysts say. Statistics can show us many things, but they also do not have eyeballs. Rogers' ability to protect the ball, throw its receivers open (such as passing the touchdown to Aaron Jones today, in which Jones had to adjust to the gap of coverage), and managing the game to provide the Packers ̵
This week meant playing enough 21 staff, but moving Danny Vitale's quarterback to a bigger role. Vitale has many excellent skills that allow the team to create mismatches against a defense lacking quality depth in the line.
For seven weeks, LaFleur deliberately integrates its running backs into the passing game. The results speak for themselves: this team produces crime without one of their best players, and they continue to improve in various ways.
Anything that doesn't mean the Packers can take on that level of production every week without Adams, Performance and quality of opponents matters.
Nevertheless, the Packers are 6-1, they continue to improve, and against Patrick Mahomes, who is less than next week, there is a real possibility for the Packers to reach the 7-1 trade deadline .