I was in Wisconsin and got to see the Redskins take on the Packers at historic Lambeau. On the opening drive, Eddie Lacy suffered a concussion after a helmet-to helmet hit with a 49ers linebacker. The Packers drew first blood with a 28-yard field goal. They then followed it up with a 35-yard TD pass to Randall Cobb on 4th and 3 to take a 10-0 lead. The Packers took advantage of the limited mobility and distraught Robert Griffin III’s play and shut out the Redskins’ offense in the 1st half. The Packers continued to pile up yards and points, first with a 14-yard TD pass from Rodgers to Jordy Nelson and then with a 3-yard TD pass to Finley. By halftime, the Packers had a commanding 24-0 lead. Early in the 3rd quarter, Aaron Rodgers once again connected with Jordy Nelson for a 15-yard TD to take a 31-0 lead. Aaron Rodgers threw for 480 yards and 4 TD passes leading the packers to a 38-20 win. It was awesome to see all the Lambeau leaps after touchdowns and the Packers could have won by 40 but took the pedal off the gas after being up 24-0.