For the second straight week, the Washington Redskins failed to stop a high powered offense. Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers picked apart the Washington defense.
The score was 24-0 at halftime. Last week, the Redskins trailed the Philadelphia Eagles 26-7 at halftime. Washington made the final score look respectable against the Eagles. But, they could not do the same against the Packers. The final score was 38-20.
Washington’s offense struggled to get moving in the first half. Their only sustained drive in the first two quartered ended in an interception. Quarterback Robert Griffin III did improve in the second half. RG3 threw three second half touchdowns, but the game was essentially over by that time.
Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers finished the game with 480 passing yards and 4 touchdowns. Running back James Starks added 132 rushing yards and a touchdown. The Green Bay offense never turned the ball over.