The Green Bay Packers are 3-4-1 midway through the 2018 season, and those underwhelming results are beginning to wear on the team.
"We've lost games before here, but this just feels different," wide receiver Randall Cobb said, according to ESPN's Rob Demovsky. "And it doesn't feel good. It's not fun. But we've got to figure something out."
Aaron Rodgers and Co. have fought their way out of similar holes in the past - most notably in 2016 when the team won six straight games to end the regular season before making it to the NFC Championship game. But this year's Packers squad - currently trailing the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings in the NFC North - is in need of a boost.
"We definitely need some momentum, we need to get a win ... Very frustrating and it's tough," Cobb said. "Because I know what we're capable of and we're not there. I don't know what it is, but we've got to find a way to get it done."
Cobb has battled through injuries this season, catching just 26 passes for 258 yards and one touchdown in five games.
Green Bay has three divisional contests remaining on its schedule, presenting an opportunity for a late-season run. The Packers host the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.