"I think they were trying to protect him because he was a young quarterback, but it didn't take me out of my game," he said.
"The referees... that's just like another big play. If they don't call certain plays or if they do call certain plays, it can be crucial to a game. You can't let that affect you, you just have to go out and play."
The Redskins went on to kick a field goal on the drive and opened the game's scoring on a first-quarter drive that was continued by an Anderson illegal contact foul that resulted in a first down on third-and-18.
The Redskins aided the Packers on their second touchdown drive of the game when they were flagged for four penalties in a two-play span. That resulted in 41 yards of a 73-yard drive.