Earlier this offseason DeShone Kizer Jersey , Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said that he saw ways to “put my stamp on” the offense that head coach Matt LaFleur is installing and he revisited that idea as the team closes out the offseason program this week.Rodgers said he has been working to avoid any improvisations during practice because he’s “really trying to trust the progressions and my eyes and learn timing on different things.” Saying that he expects that to last until the first play of the team’s first game in September was a joke, but Rodgers does expect to go off script at some point.“I was teasing them about how every coach always says, ‘No, no, no. Oh, good play,'” Rodgers said, via Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. “It’s always a ‘No’ until, it’s ‘Oh yeah Tramon Williams Color Rush Jersey , good play.’ I said, ‘There’s going to be a couple of those, trust me. But they usually work out pretty good.'”It doesn’t sound like that idea is a bothersome one for LaFleur.“He’s played the game with a certain style for his whole career, and he’s done it at a pretty high level,” LaFleur said. “I think just some of the things that he’s been able to really enhance within our offense has been a lot of fun to watch. You saw that off-schedule play that he made down in the red zone. He made another one to Jake Kumerow where I didn’t anticipate the ball going where it went, but that’s where it went and it was a touchdown. We never want to take that playmaker away from him.”Rodgers and the Packers didn’t make enough plays last season, which is a big reason why LaFleur is in town and installing a brand new offense that is still a few months away from a full unveiling. The end of week one in the NFL’s 2019 season is here, and two games will put a bow on the opening weekend. The Green Bay Packers got the year started with a 10-3 victory over the Chicago Bears, but after NFL fans get a cross-conference matchup in the early Monday Night Football game https://www.thepackersfanshop.com/Marcedes-Lewis-Jersey , two AFC West teams will duke it out to finish up the first set of games around the league.First up should be an exciting offensive matchup, as two excellent quarterbacks at very different parts of their careers will face off. Deshaun Watson is emerging as a star player in the league as he begins his third year, while Drew Brees has been that for over a decade and will look to have another great season at the age of 40.Following that, we’ll get the Broncos and Raiders, two teams with interesting coach storylines. Vic Fangio finally gets his chance as a head coach this year in the Mile High City, while Jon Gruden returns for a second year in his second stint in Oakland after a disappointing 4-12 campaign in 2018. Tune in to see which of these teams finds their way to 1-0 to start the season.Houston Texans at New Orleans SaintsMercedes-Benz SuperdomeNew Orleans, LA6:10 PM CT (7:10 PM ET)ESPNDenver Broncos at Oakland RaidersOakland County ColiseumOakland, CA7:20 PM PT (10:20 PM ET)ESPN