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Packers Look Ahead to Washington

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The Packers are on a three game losing skid following a 47-25 deflating loss to Tennessee on Sunday, leaving many looking for answers. 

"I’m a highly successful NFL head coach." Said Packers head coach Mike McCarthy while addressing the media on Monday. "With that, I’ve never looked at the ride to this point as smooth or whatever the words you used. To me, it’s always bumpy, and to me that’s the joy of it."

The Packers gave up 47 points and 446 yards of total offense to the Titans on their way to their fifth loss of the season.

 The Green Bay defense needs to improve. The packers have allowed 111 points and nearly 1,200 yards during this three game losing streak.

"Just continue to believe, just continue to have faith in each other, and continue to play as one and sticking together." Said Packers safety HaHa Clinton-Dix. "Not pointing the finger like you guys would like us to do. We just have to stay together as a whole, and continue working hard."

The road trip will roll on for Green Bay. They head to Washington this Sunday with a 7:30 CT kickoff.

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