Defensively, the Packers must contain Donovan McNabb, a nemesis of theirs when he played for the Philadelphia Eagles. McNabb scrambled for some key runs last week and the Packers have allowed opposing quarterbacks to rush for 205 yards on 21 carries after four games. With Green Bay so intent on rushing the quarterback, they are leaving so much room underneath whenever they use only two defensive linemen. It’s a scheme problem because the Packers are using so many young secondary players. Charles Woodson has been gambling more, but it has been paying off. Woodson will line up against Redskins WR Santana Moss much of the game. RB Ryan Torain starts for Clinton Portis, who could miss as many as six games.
Defensively, the Packers must contain Donovan McNabb, a...
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