By BOB McGINN
Mike McCarthy says it takes four or five games for a team to declare its identity and “what path you’re on.”
If three games were the barometer his Green Bay Packers would be headed for the middle of the pack with an average offense, an average defense and average special teams.
They arrived at FedEx Field on Sunday with 21 of their preferred starters in the lineup for the first road game of the season. In reality, it was a neutral site with 22,000 empty seats and about one-third of the 59,827 in attendance cheering for the visiting team.
Coming off an overtime game la...
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