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Green Bay Packers: 5 Biggest Takeaways from Week 3 Loss

Well, week 3 has come and gone for the Green Bay Packers. Green Bay is probably wishing that it never even happened. The Packers’ time in Washington was very forgettable and they will look to quickly shift their view to week 4 at home against Buffalo.

There are many talking points that have emerged from this game. The game was a muddied mess both physically and in execution from the Packers. For a team that had been able to escape defeat in the first two weeks, obviously, this was not the case against Washington.

To save the meat of this article for the following pages, the overall feel of this game was one of disappointment. Green Bay beat themselves. They played terribly and regardless of that fact, still had the opportunity to win this football game. Ultimately, they were unable to. However, the point remains that this team kept themselves in this game for 55 of 60 minutes.

After going down by a substantial lead once again in the first half, Green Bay was looking to their savior, Aaron Rodgers, to lead them to victory once again. Ultimately, he was unable to. As I mentioned above, there’s much to talk about. So, let’s get started.

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