Packers lost last visit but won at Washington in playoffs after 2015 season.
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GREEN BAY (1-0-1) at WASHINGTON (1-1)Sunday [url=http://www.coltsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-customized]Womens Customized Indianapolis Colts Jerseys[/url] , 1 p.m. ET, FoxOPENING LINE — Packers by 1陆RECORD VS. SPREAD — Green Bay 0-1, Washington 1-1SERIES RECORD — Packers lead 20-15-1LAST MEETING — Redskins beat Packers 42-24, Nov. 20, 2016LAST WEEK — Packers tied Vikings 29-29; Redskins lost to Colts 24-9AP PRO32 RANKING — Packers No. 6, Redskins No. 22PACKERS OFFENSE — OVERALL (17), RUSH (25), PASS (11)PACKERS DEFENSE — OVERALL (24), RUSH (18), PASS (26)REDSKINS OFFENSE — OVERALL (12), RUSH (7), PASS (14)REDSKINS DEFENSE — OVERALL (1), RUSH (10), PASS (1)STREAKS [url=http://www.coltscheapshop.com]www.coltscheapshop.com[/url] , STATS AND NOTES — ... Packers QB Aaron Rodgers was taken 24th in 2005 draft after Redskins QB Alex Smith went first to San Francisco. ... Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy was 49ers offensive coordinator when Smith was rookie. ... Rodgers was 30 of 42 for 281 yards and touchdown on injured left knee last week vs. Minnesota. Rodgers has eight TDs and one interception in three games vs. Redskins. He set career high with 480 yards passing vs. Redskins in 2013. ... RB Aaron Jones could return after missing time with hamstring injury. ... RB Ty Montgomery averaged 6.2 yards per carry last week. ... WR Davante Adams had eight catches and TD last week. Adams has TD catch in four consecutive games. ... TE Jimmy Graham led team with 95 yards receiving vs. Vikings. ... DT Kenny Clark has three sacks in past four games. ... S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix intercepted former Redskins QB Kirk Cousins last week. ... LB Blake Martinez led team with nine tackles last week. ... Rookie CB Josh Jackson blocked punt and returned it for TD vs. Minnesota. ... Smith has averaged 243 yards passing in past three games vs. Packers. ... RB Adrian Peterson has 1,779 yards rushing and 13 rushing TDs in 17 games vs. Green Bay, mostly with Vikings. ... Peterson rushed for 20 yards on 11 carries vs. Indianapolis. ... RB Chris Thompson had career-high 13 catches for 92 yards last week. ... WR Jamison Crowder had 102 yards receiving and TD in last meeting. ... WR Maurice Harris expected to be available after missing first two weeks with concussion. ... TE Jordan Reed has TD in three of past four home games. ... LB Ryan Kerrigan has four sacks in past four games and three sacks in two games vs. Green Bay. ... S D.J. Swearinger intercepted Andrew Luck twice last week. ... LB Zach Brown's 291 tackles since 2016 are second most in NFL. ... CB Josh Norman's 58 passes defensed since 2014 are fifth most in NFL. ... Fantasy tip: Jamaal Williams and Montgomery set to split majority of carries even with Jones back.2018 Week 1: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Indianapolis Colts Open Thread The start of the 2018 NFL season for the Indianapolis Colts is officially here. For the second week in a row Frank Reich will lead his team against the Cincinnati Bengals but this time the outcome will actually count. As we prepare to kickoff today, we will take a look at some keys to the game.Colts Tight Ends vs. Bengals Linebackers and SecondaryPerhaps the most talented offensive position group on the team is tight end. Jack Doyle has become a reliable check-down option for Andrew Luck and finds a way to get into position to make plays. Eric Ebron has been scarcely utilized by Frank Reich during preseason action. This is almost certainly because he will have an active role in the offense in the regular season and there wasn’t a great deal of motivation to tip off regular season opponents any earlier than absolutely necessary. Even Erik Swoope showed signs of becoming a match-up nightmare as a pass-catcher when he was last healthy in 2016.While the Bengals are certainly talented in the trenches and showed off some chops at generating pressure on quarterbacks over the course of the preseason, one of their most glaring weaknesses could be found in the short-middle areas of the field. Last year, Indianapolis utilized Jack Doyle to abuse a weak group of linebackers and generate a considerable portion of the offense. If this group can get going early, it could help put the Bengals on their heels.Colts Offensive Line vs. Bengals Pass RushRookie Quenton Nelson is carrying a great deal of hype into his NFL debut and will immediately face a multifaceted and multi-talented defensive line. Anthony Castonzo, Denzelle Good, and Le’Raven Clark are all inactive and they may represent the top three tackles on the roster. Who steps up in their collective absence?This Bengals defensive line features power and quickness inside with Geno Atkins, to go along with speed on the edges. If the Colts are planning to put together a deep rotation of defensive linemen who they can keep fresh throughout the game, they could use how the Bengals have constructed their own defensive line for a proper blueprint. If the offensive line can keep this talented group at bay, it will bode well for the rest of the season.Backfield Answers?The Colts head into the regular season with more question-marks in their backfield than answers. Which running back will end up carrying much of the load in 2018? Robert Turbin is clearly the most proven player in the group but he will be unavailable until Week 5. Marlon Mack is the presumed starter when he is healthy but he has been battling a hamstring injury and will not play. Nyheim Hines was brought in to move all over the field and allow Frank Reich to run an up-tempo, no-huddle style of offense but he has yet to provide fans with a reason to feel confident that he can be a big factor early in his rookie season.Perhaps the most promising player in the backfield throughout the preseason was fifth round pick Jordan Wilkins. He consistently showed a knack for gaining positive yards, even after taking contact in the backfield [url=http://www.coltscheapshop.com/cheap-authentic-t-shirts]Indianapolis Colts T-Shirt[/url] , and showed excellent vision and patience as a runner. For many fans he is the obvious choice to take on the bulk of the backfield load until Mack is healthy and Turbin returns from suspension. Of course, all of these observations could be thrown out of the window because veteran Christine Michael is on the roster and may have the trust of coaches more than any of the youngsters. It will be interesting to see how Reich utilizes each of these players and how he intends to establish a rotation throughout the season.Can Matt Eberflus Manufacture Pressure on Andy Dalton?Indianapolis lacks a marquee pass rusher. Jabaal Sheard played excellent football in the second half of the 2017 season but was quiet this preseason. John Simon showed the ability to generate pressure but was cut because he is “not a scheme fit.” Ryan Delaire did more with less than any other player on the Colts preseason roster but still couldn’t stick around after waiver claims. Second round rookie Kemoko Turay was limited for much of training camp and preseason. Second-year pass rusher Tarell Basham failed to take the second-year leap fans hoped he would with a move back to his more natural 4-3 defensive end position. Al-Quadin Muhammad just joined the roster and could need time work into the rotation.Oh yeah, the best interior pass rusher this preseason, Hassan Ridgeway, is inactive.For those keeping score that means that last year’s best defensive end has been quiet, the best pass rushers in preseason have been cut or are inactive, and the young players are either unproven or have failed to show signs of development. Let’s hope Matt Eberflus has some voodoo in the game plan today to keep Dalton uncomfortable. Otherwise, A.J. Green could have a career day.Opportunism on DefenseIf you’ve been a fan of the Colts for awhile, at least through the Peyton Manning era, you will be entirely familiar with the bend but don’t break defensive mantra. Defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus has resurrected the Tampa 2 defense in Indianapolis and if preseason football is any indication, this group will give up yards between the twenties. It is likely that this unit will be soft up the middle against the run and that it will allow cushions on the outside for short passes. Expect to see the Bengals efficiently move the ball for much of the afternoon.This weakness tends to disappear in the red zone. This is due to shrinking zones and tighter windows making life far more difficult. It means that defenders are in a position to make plays on the ball and can create soul crushing turnovers just when it seems like there is no hope to stop an impending touchdown. This is where the Colts secondary, led by rangy ball-hawking safety Malik Hooker, will have to do their work. Winning the turnover battle means extra possessions for Andrew Luck. Extra possessions for Luck means a much better chance to win the game.Game Time1pm PM ET on Sunday September 8, 2018LocationLucas Oil Stadium [url=http://www.coltscheapshop.com/cheap-authentic-hats]Indianapolis Colts Hats[/url] , Indianapolis, IndianaTV ChannelCBS - Andrew Catalon (Play-By-Play),James Lofton (Color Commentator), and Jane Slater (Sideline)RadioWFNI (107.5FM/1070 The Fan) and WLHK (Country 97.1 Hank FM)Referee AssignmentPete MorelliEnemy BlogCincy JungleTwitterFollow @StampedeBlue for the complete Colts coverage on Twitter before, during, and after every game.FacebookLike Stampede Blue on Facebook!PodcastFor all your Colts-related talk and information, subscribe, download, and review the Stampede Blue Colts Cast on iTunes, Stitcher, or BlogTalkRadio. Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel!
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