LOS ANGELES, September 15, 2013 — Welcome to The Washington Times Communities NFL chat for the Washington at Green Bay Packers game. Please feel free to chime in and have your voice heard. Today you will interact with Communities football analyst, Eric Golub, as well as the Communities sports editor, Kevin J. Wells.
Washington fell on the road to the high-octane Philadelphia Eagles. Robert Griffin III threw for 329 yards and two touchdown passes, but also threw two interceptions. Washington will again be on the road in Green Bay. Alfred Morris, who rushed for just 45 yards, will need to get back on track if Washington hopes to beat the Packers.
Aaron Rodgers threw for 333 yards and three touchdowns last week, but it was not enough to beat the San Francisco 49ers. Green Bay lost 34-28 in San Francisco. The Packer return home where they hope to regroup against Washington.
Projection: Green Bay is a 7 ½ point favorite. Packers win, but will fail to cover the spread.
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