By MARK ECKEL
When the generally sure-handed Randall Cobb drops two passes and fumbles away another, it’s not a good day.
Same goes for drawing 11 penalties for 115 yards. And not getting a sack despite going against two backup offensive linemen.
Allowing plays of 46, 34, 41 and 55 yards all in the first half isn’t good, either.
The Green Bay Packers did all of that in a 31-17 loss to the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field, Sunday afternoon.
With the loss the Packers are 1-1-1. It’s the third time Green Bay has started the season with that unusual record. The first two times ...
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