The last time the Green Bay Packers and the Washington Redskins met, Kirk Cousins threw for nearly 400 yards and three touchdowns.
On Saturday, it took Cousins half a game to get anything going against the Packers’ defense.
Cousins and the Redskins’ first-team offense stayed on the field for the entire first half, settling for punts, a field goal and a turnover before finally finding the end zone.
The Packers had no such issues, scoring two first-half touchdowns in their 21-17 defeat of Washington in Week 2 of the preseason.
Aaron Rodgers looked sharp, orchestrating a lengthy scoring drive that ended in a touchdown for new tight end Martellus Bennett, before turning the offense over to backup Brett Hundley.