The Redskins and the Packers may not sound like an interesting game, but it will be. Both teams are at the top of their divisions, both teams boast great quarterbacks and great defenses. The Redskins are coming off of a huge win in Philadelphia, where Donovan McNabb returned home and pulled off a big win against a division rival.
The Packers are coming off of a win against the Lions that was a lot closer than anyone expected it to be. Packers fans should not worry, they have a high powered offense and a defense that is outstanding.
The Redskins are led by quarterback Donovan McNabb, and they will also need good production from fill in running back Ryan Torrain. Santanna Moss and Devin Thomas will need to produce key receptions for the Redskins.
The Packers are led by quarterback Aaron Rodgers, and will need production from one of the running backs, either Brandon Jackson or John Kuhn. The Packers also have star tight end Jermichael Finley and receivers Donald Driver and Greg Jennings.
Whichever offense can produce more will win this important game in the NFC.
It should be an exciting one to watch.
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