Five things we learned from the Green Bay Packers' 30-8 preseason loss to the Kansas City Chiefs:
1. No Aaron Rodgers, no offensive success
With Rodgers getting the night off, it was time for Vince Young and B.J. Coleman to show what they could do. Well, neither performed well in Kansas City. Not leading any touchdown drives and coming away with just six points, Green Bay's offense had no rhythm with Rodgers watching from the sideline.
In six of the Packers' offensive possessions, they gained only a combined total of 16 yards. That was on 19 plays, resulting in a 0.84 yards-per-play average in those drives. That was the first, third, seventh, 10th, 12th and 14th series.
Young started the game and played the entire second half. He completed 14 of 30 passes for 144 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions (61.0 passer rating). Young also fumbled twice, both times happening on a play in which offensive tackle Andrew Datko was beat.
Coleman wasn't on the field as much as Young, but...