GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Five things to watch for in Sunday afternoon's Week 2 matchup between the Green Bay Packers and Washington Redskins:
1. Secondary improvement needed
Colin Kaepernick dominated the Packers' secondary with a 412-yard passing performance in Week 1. Facing another dual-threat quarterback in Robert Griffin III, Green Bay needs to show significant improvement in its pass defense in order to give the team a chance to win.
"You could make a case that we aren't a very good pass defense team right now based off of the first game," defensive coordinator Dom Capers said.
With Griffin having played only one game so far (no preseason action) after undergoing offseason knee surgery to repair a torn ACL and LCL, the rust seemed to come off by the second half of Washington's loss on Monday night. If that's all it took for Griffin to get back to normal, the Packers will be trying to stop a quarterback who led the NFL last season in passing yards per attempt (8.14) and was third...