The Green Bay Packers have won their past two against the Washington Commanders, but their recent road record isn’t as good.
Games on the road against the Washington Commanders are never easy. The Green Bay Packers must play well on Sunday to end their two-game losing run.
So, what is the Packers’ recent record against Sunday’s opponents?
Green Bay has won its previous two games against Washington, although both of those contests took place at Lambeau Field. It has been a while since the Packers’ last regular-season victory over the Commanders on the road.
Eighteen years, in fact.
The Packers have lost their past three road games against the Commanders in the regular season. Their last victory was a 28-14 win all the way back in 2004.
Green Bay does, however, have one playoff victory at FedExField in that time, which came in the 2015 season.
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Sunday would be a great time for Green Bay to finally pick up a road win at Washington in the regular season. A loss would be the team’s third in a row this year, and with a road game against the Buffalo Bills to come in primetime next week, a 3-5 start would be very possible.
History doesn’t make a difference in the upcoming games. The Packers have lost their past two at FedExField, but they were different teams in different situations.
The last time Green Bay played at FedExField? Preston Smith made seven tackles and a quarterback hit… for Washington. He finally gets to return to his old home stadium as a Packer.
Not only are the Packers aiming to end their losing run this season, but also a losing run at FedExField.