No doubletake required. The Discount Doublecheck guy is coming to town.
After clinching the NFC East title last week the Washington Redskins' situation was clear except for one major point: The opponent. That's settled now as tthe Green Bay Packers, led by quarterback Aaron Rodgers, will face the Redskins Sunday at 4:40 p.m. in the Wild Card round of the NFL playoffs.
The Packers' 20-13 home loss Sunday night against the Minnesota Vikings automatically meant Green Bay (10-6) would face Washington as the No. 5 seed.
The Redskins, the fourth seed in the NFC, wrapped up the regular season with a 34-23 win Sunday afternoon over the Cowboys. Washington reached the playoffs for the first time since 2012.
Minnesota, the NFC North champions and No. 3 seed, will host the Seattle Seahawks. Carolina and Arizona, the top seeds, receive a first-round bye.
Green Bay trailed 20-3, but pulled within one score late. Then this happened...
Plenty more coverage to follow on Breaking Burgundy, but we start with a Redskins-Packers matchup from Breaking Burgundy senior writer Chris Russell.