Week 3 2018: Packers at Washington
As Week 4 approaches, we take a look at which Packers players helped or hurt themselves in a rainy Week 3 matchup against Wasington.
Unfortunately, the spark wasn’t enough to ignite the offense in Green Bay’s loss to Washington.
Washington made the plays it needed to win, and Green Bay simply didn’t. It’s not hard to see which team deserved to win.
Once the hottest team in football to open games and halves, Green Bay has become too predictable and ineffective early in games.
The Packers’ most dynamic back got the fewest snaps of the three runners, but had the most success on the ground.
The NFL’s contact rules don’t only frustrate defenders. Referees admit they cannot consistently and fairly enforce them.
Clay Matthews thinks the NFL is "getting soft" while his head coach said he did everything right.
The Packers couldn’t stop making mistakes throughout the game, giving away yardage and possessions consistently in their first loss of the year.
Green Bay is down a starting lineman for the time being.
Wilkerson left the game after a hard hit by teammate Kentrell Brice.
For the second time in three weeks, the Packers are down big at halftime.
The Packers hit on a deep ball for their first touchdown in week three.
Green Bay travels to the nation's capital in week three.
The rookie finally will make his NFL debut today.
Matub looks back on the penalty-ridden Vikings takes and forward to the battle in Washington DC
The Packers’ secondary will be short at least one member on Sunday, with two more set to be game time decisions.
Ken Meringolo of SB Nation’s Washington blog Hogs Haven answers our questions about the transition from Kirk Cousins to Alex Smith, the new backfield rotation, and what he expects from Packers vs. Washington.
APC writers and readers, plus Hogs Haven readers all see a Packers win coming on Sunday.
Kevin King’s groin injury likely will keep him out of Week 3 against Washington. Where does Mike Pettine slot in his rookie playmaker?