WHEN: Today, Noon CT
WHERE: Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI
TV: FOX, Kenny Albert, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver
SERIES: 32nd meeting. Packers lead series, 17-13-1, including a 1-1 playoff split. The NFC rivals met just nine times in 41 years and not at all in Brett Favre's first nine years as Green Bay's QB before playing in 2001, 2002 and 2004 - all Packer victories. The most memorable game was Green Bay's 48-47 home victory in 1983, one of just three regular-season losses for Washington in its back-to-back Super Bowl seasons of 1982-83.
The Packers haven't lost to the Redskins since Oct. 23, 1988 - 20-17 at Milwaukee's County Stadium.
PREDICTION: Packers 23-21
KEYS TO THE GAME: Redskins QB Jason Campbell isn't being flashy -- his last seven touchdown passes have been to tight ends or running backs -- but he is leading an efficient attack that is set up by the ground game. Campbell should get WR Santana Moss back this week, but he'll still be careful working against CBs Al Harris and Charles Woodson. ... The Packers will certainly watch plenty of film of the Redskins using their front four to apply pressure and often dropping seven men in coverage against the Lions, who run a lot of spread looks like Green Bay. The difference is Packers QB Brett Favre uses more quick slants and screens to complement his unpredictable running game. The key for Green Bay is ball protection after it was doomed by five turnovers against Chicago.
KEY INJURIES: Redskins: WR Santana Moss (groin) appears more likely to play than WR Antwaan Randle El (hamstring); LB Marcus Washington (hamstring) and DE Phillips Daniels (separated right shoulder) are questionable. Packers: C Scott Wells (fractured eye socket) will be replaced by Jason Spitz, a former starter at guard; CB Al Harris (back spasms), CB Charles Woodson (foot, hip), WR Greg Jennings (hamstring) and RB Vernand Morency (knee) are expected to play.
FAST FACTS: Redskins CB Shawn Springs has four interceptions in two career games against the Packers. ... Charles Woodson needs 32 punt returns to surpass No. 5 Walter Stanley on the Packers' all-time list. Woodson has 56 since coming to Green Bay.