Week 11: Packers at Washington
APC writers try to find reasons why the Packers are so disappointing. There are many.
Two of the Packers’ starters found their way back on the field and took over major roles on opposite sides of the ball on Sunday.
Green Bay got a decent effort from its passing game after a rough first quarter, but the defense collapsed time after time as the Packers got shellacked in Washington.
Both of the Packers’ questionable players will suit up tonight as expected.
As expected, two Packer starters will have to sit out Sunday night’s game due to injury.
Alex Rowsey of SB Nation's Washington blog Hogs Haven answers our questions about Kirk Cousins, the state of the NFC East, and what he expects from Green Bay vs. Washington.
The Packers will attempt to get back to .500 and claw back into the playoff hunt on Sunday - here’s how and when to watch them.
The Packers’ newest addition is practicing with the team, as are a couple of players who have been sitting out due to injury in recent weeks.
Two teams dedicated to passing the ball and marginal at stopping it will line up at FedEx Field, where uninspiring running backs might take a backseat.