Brett Hundley knows the pressure is on him to improve this year after having an up-and-down 2017 campaign. Hundley was thrown into action in Week Six of the 2017 regular season after Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone. The UCLA alum was able to make some plays, but he made twice as many mistakes which led to the Packers finishing the year with a 7-9 record.

That led to the Packers trading for DeShone Kizer this offseason and he will be competing with Hundley for the No. 2 job. Hundley did not speak to the media during the offseason workouts, but he did speak with Jenny Vrentas of Sports Illustrated while he was on summer vacation. Hundley was recently in Peru to see Machu Picchu which is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Vrentas asked Hundley about his thoughts about the Packers adding Kizer to the roster and he's simply focused on getting "back to basics."

“In this game, everybody is always trying to compete for their job, whether it is Kizer or [Joe] Callahan,” Hundley says. “I don’t focus on anybody other than myself. We’ve all had to go through a lot of struggles to get where we have gotten. It’s not about the other person; it’s about pushing yourself to get better. You only get so many opportunities in this game, and you have to make the most of them.”

When comparing Hundley and Kizer, there isn't much of a difference in terms of production last year. Some would say that Kizer is a better fit to be the backup for Rodgers than Hundley despite Hundley having better numbers. Here's a look at 2017 stats for Hundley and Kizer.

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Hundley: 11 games, nine starts, 60.8 completion percentage, 1,836 yards, nine touchdowns, 12 interceptions, 70.6 passer rating

Kizer: 15 games, 15 starts 53.6 completion percentage, 2,894 yards, 11 touchdowns, 22 interceptions, 60.5 passer rating

When the season came to an end, Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said they could have done a better job preparing him for being the starting quarterback for a long period of time.

“We felt that he could’ve been better prepared, McCarthy said back in February at the Scouting Combine. We have to make sure that doesn’t happen again.”

In the 16-0 loss to the Minnesota Vikings last year, Hundley only completed 17 of his 40 pass attempts for 140 yards and two interceptions. After the game, Hundley was frustrated with his inconsistent play.

"It's frustrating because I know what I can do," Hundley said after the game per Rob Demovsky of ESPN. "My expectations of myself are higher than anybody ... To go out and not be consistent, that hurts."

Hundley will have a chance to win the No. 2 job once training camp beings on July 27. Odds are Kizer will be the backup QB, but Hundley does have the edge when it comes to experience and knowledge of the Packers offense.