Over the course of four weeks, the Green Bay Packers offense could be described as boring but effective. They have won a game by scoring 14 points.
Their offensive success revolves around a strong ground game featuring Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has quietly led the charge.
Rodgers has had to show some patience while working with a young group of wide receivers. Packers are reaching there.
They lead 3-1 on their first visit to London, where Rodgers hopes to "put on a show" against the New York Giants on Sunday.
Not everyone on the Packers was excited to make the trip overseason, with Rodgers soaking it all in. He's excited for this time, calling it "special."
"We're excited to be here," Rodgers said. It's not just a normal road trip, even though coaches always say, 'Hey, we're here to win a game, yada yada yada,'. "It's definitely more special.
"It's one of those games that I think will be a special moment when you think back to the end of your career, to be able to play in front of the fans here."
Four-time MVP Rodgers hasn't lit it statistically so far this season, but the Packers have won three straight after an embarrassing loss to the Minnesota Vikings in the season opener.
"Our backs are two of our best players, so we have to get those guys in," said Packers head coach Matt LaFleur.