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Packers vs. Washington second half game updates & discussion thread

The Packers lead 14-10 after 30 minutes of play.

NFL: Green Bay Packers at Washington Redskins Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

After 30 minutes of play, the Green Bay Packers lead Washington by the score of 14-10 in the teams’ second preseason game.

Aaron Rodgers got the game started with a touchdown drive for the Packers after a muffed punt by Trevor Davis led to a Washington field goal. Rodgers led a 15-play drive that culminated with a pass to Martellus Bennett for the tight end’s first touchdown as a member of the Packers.

After relieving Rodgers, Brett Hundley led an unsuccessful first series before driving the team down the field for their second touchdown of the game, a five-yard pass to Aaron Jones.

Kirk Cousins and the starting offense played the entire first half for Washington, however, but only broke through with a lengthy scoring drive at the very end of the first half. Cousins threw a short touchdown to Jamison Crowder just before halftime to make the score 14-10.

The Packers will likely bring Joe Callahan and Taysom Hill out to lead the offense in the second half

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