The Washington Football Team dropped their third consecutive game of the season to the Green Bay Packers. Here are some positive and negative takeaways from the Week 7 blunder.
Week 7 for the Washington Football Team took place at historic Lambeau field, as lifelong Packers fan Taylor Heinicke played under the Wisconsin sun, a dream come true.
Washington came into Sunday’s game against the Packers as nearly 9-point underdogs, with just about nothing to lose. They face the “dungeon” of their schedule at the moment, playing Super Bowl contenders left and right from the Buffalo Bills to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, so for all intents and purposes, they aren’t looked at as anything more than hopeful underdogs.
While the upset looked to be a possibility after Washington entered Green Bay territory on just about every drive of the game on Sunday afternoon, poor execution and an inability to take advantage of favorable situations ultimately fried any chance of a victory.
It’s a shocking, yet stunning and moment of reality hitting this football team right in the face, as we know where this team stands. Like Jonathan Allen said after the game, “Losing teams find ways to lose games.” Once again, the Washington Football Team is a losing football team, and Sunday proved to be no different.
All is not lost, though, as Washington still has some favorable matchups on their schedule, like a potential Geno Smith battle on Monday Night Football and facing Sam Darnold and Co. back in Carolina. But before we look too far ahead in the future, let’s look at the positive and negative takeaways from yet another Washington defeat.