The Green Bay Packers are hoping to snap a two-game losing streak and avoid going under .500 on Sunday when they play in our Nation's capital against the Washington Commanders.
The Packers were embarrassed on Sunday against their own fans as they offense sputtered for its second straight game in a 27-10 to the New York Jets. It marked the first losing streak of at least two games in the Matt LaFleur.
The Commanders have not been great either, despite winning their last game against the Chicago Bears 12-7. An injury to Carson Wentz will spring Taylor Heinicke into action, who rushed for almost 100 yards in a PFT loss to the Packers last season.
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.