Destruction In The Capital: Why Green Bay Packers lost to Washington
By Kenn Korb
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Another week, another blowout for the Green Bay Packers. This time, it was to Washington by a 42-24 margin.
Each week it appears the team cannot fall any lower than it previously had. Somehow, the team saw bar of expectations set so firmly underground, and managed to limbo beneath it anyway.
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There were of course factors which obviously made some level of difference here — injuries and swirling winds among them — but even with these factors in play, the opposition had to deal with them in their own way as well; due to that, I’m not going to give the team a break in my thinking for those.
They failed to perform, and it puts them at 4-6 and needing some miracles to even begin to hope for the playoffs at this point.
What areas of this shellacking were most notable?