The Green Bay Packers are 2-5 after Sunday’s 24-10 loss to the Minnesota Vikings at Lambeau Field. They have lost four games straight.

This is not fun to watch for anyone. The Packers didn’t even pick up a first down until their fifth possession on Sunday. It was deep into the second quarter. Remarkably, they were still in the game at 10-3.

We knew this was a transition year and that there would be growing pains. That doesn’t make it easier to watch when the Packers self-destruct with dropped passes and penalties. You could sense the frustration in the voices of Matt LaFleur and Jordan Love after the game.

It’s not like they want to lose. They’re putting in effort and not seeing results.

Anything I say here could be misinterpreted. I’m not making excuses for them. I’m not trying to deny reality.

This is not easy to go through.

Instead of contending for a division title or trying to make a Super Bowl, the Packers are just trying to win a game. Heck, a first down would be nice.

This awkward frustration won’t last forever. Just don’t ask me to put a timetable when it will be better. That would just be a wild guess.

I just know that, right now, it’s no fun to go through.