The Green Bay Packers look to end their three-game skid in the nation’s capital as they take on the Washington Redskins on Sunday night football in week 11. Here is how you can watch.
Slotted for Sunday night primetime, the Washington Redskins will try to make it two straight as they host a desperate Green Bay Packers team. Kickoff from FedEx Field is set for 8:30 PM NBC will have the telecast, live stream option available through NFL game pass.
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The Packers come into sitting at third place in the NFC North. They are searching for answers on both sides of the ball as they come into this game with three straight losses. Green Bay got burned for five first-half touchdowns last week against the Titans, they will need to avoid lulls like this if they want to win Sunday.
Washington will look to avenge the playoff loss they suffered last season at the hands of the Packers. They are somehow right in the thick of things in a very competitive NFC East division. They sit in third place three games behind the division-leading Dallas Cowboys, with a 5-3-1 record. Kirk Cousins will need to continue to be dominating – 720-yards in the last two games – if they Redskins want any chance at knocking off the Packers.
This game can go either way. Despite the Packers subpar play, quarterback Aaron Rodgers is still firing on all cylinders. He is ranked sixth overall in quarterback rating, and will need to carry his team if they want to end this skid. This game has all the potential of being an all-out quarterback duel as it features two of the weaker defenses in the league.