Packers in the playoffs: Green Bay gets the WIN vs. the Washington Redskins on the road 35-18

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MARYLAND -- The Green Bay Packers and Washington Redskins meet on the gridiron at FedEx Field on Sunday, January 10th.

This is the last game of the Wild Card round in the NFL playoffs -- a game you'll see only on FOX6.

Play got underway at FedEx Field in Maryland at 3:40 p.m.

The Packers won the coin toss and opted to take the ball as this game began.

For the Packers, it's win or go home this week.

During their first offensive drive this game, the Packers got just one first down.

The Redskins took over the ball at their own 33 yard line following the punt.

The Packers defense started with a three-and-out. A penalty on the punt return backed the Packers up to their own eight yard line as they began their next possession.

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers was sacked in the end zone for a safety for the Redskins -- getting Washington on the board early in the first half of this game.

Following that safety, there was 10:27 left to play in the first half.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers sacked for safety by Redskins

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers sacked for safety by Redskins

The Redskins scored a touchdown with a 15-yard pass from Redskins QB Kirk Cousins to wide receiver DeSean Jackson who then ran the ball into the end zone.

DeSean Jackson runs the ball into the end zone for a Redskins TD

DeSean Jackson runs the ball into the end zone for a Redskins TD

The play was reviewed, and it was determined that Jackson was out of bounds at the one-half yard line. It was ruled that this was NOT a touchdown -- and it was then first and goal for the Redskins.

The Green Bay Packers defense was able to stop the Redskins at the goal line -- forcing Washington to try for a field goal.

Redskins kicker Dustin Hopkins was good on a 25-yard field goal. The score was then Redskins 5, Packers 0 with 4:51 left to play in the first quarter.

The Redskins' offensive drive included 10 plays for 48 yards in 5:36.

Redskins FG during first quarter vs. Packers

Redskins FG during first quarter vs. Packers

The Packers offense went three-and-out during their next possession. The Redskins would take over on their own 32 yard line -- with under four minutes to play in the first quarter.

More pressure from the Packers defense led to a three-and-out for the D -- and the Redskins were again forced to punt. The punt went 60 yards and after a roll, ended up at the Green Bay 13 yard line with under three minutes to play in the first quarter.

Then came another three-and-out for the Packers offense.

A Redskins penalty on the punt return put the ball on the Redskins 36 yard line.

The Redskins led the Packers 5-0 as the first quarter came to an end at FedEx Field.

Packers vs. Redskins end of first quarter

Packers vs. Redskins end of first quarter

CLICK HERE for a first quarter recap via Packers.com.

The next Redskins touchdown came early in the second quarter with a 24-yard pass from QB Kirk Cousins TE Jordan Reed.

The extra point was unsuccessful -- bouncing off the right upright.

The score was then Redskins 11, Packers 0 with 13:02 left in the second quarter.

The Redskins scoring drive included seven plays for 64 yards in 3:22.

Redskins TD in second quarter with pass from QB Cousins to TE Reed

Redskins TD in second quarter with pass from QB Cousins to TE Reed

A Packers touchdown and the first green and gold score this game came with a 12-yard pass from QB Aaron Rodgers to WR Randall Cobb. A 34-yard pass from Rodgers to Packers WR James Jones (and his hoodie) helped set up this TD.

Mason Crosby's extra point was good -- bringing the score to Packers 7, Redskins 11 with 9:04 left to play in the second quarter.

Packers Randall Cobb catches pass for TD vs. Redskins in second quarter

Packers Randall Cobb catches pass for TD vs. Redskins in second quarter

The Packers scoring drive included nine plays for 80 yards in 3:58.

A sack and forced fumble for the Redskins came courtesy Packers OL Mike Neal. The Packers were able to recover the fumble.

A pass from Aaron Rodgers to James Jones was batted away -- and Mason Crosby came onto the field to try for a field goal.

Crosby was good on a 43-yard field goal to bring the score to Redskins 11, Packers 10 with 2:52 left in the second quarter.

The Packers announced that this field goal was Crosby's 17th straight playoff FG -- the second-longest streak in NFL playoff history.

Mason Crosby FG in second quarter makes this a one-point game: Redskins lead Packers 11-10

Mason Crosby FG in second quarter makes this a one-point game: Redskins lead Packers 11-10

Packers CB Quinten Rollins got a big hit on third down for the Packers defense -- for an incomplete pass for the Redskins.

It was a three-and-out for the Packers defense.

It was third and second for the Packers on the Washington 30 yard line with 45 seconds left to play in the half.

Packers WR Davante Adams was able to haul the ball in for 20 yards, and it was then first and goal for the Packers on the Washington 10 yard line.

A Packers TOUCHDOWN came after a 10-yard throw from Aaron Rodgers to Davante Adams.

With the extra point, the score was then Packers 17, Redskins 11 with :28 left in the half.

Packers TD courtesy Davante Adams catch in the end zone vs. Redskins

Packers TD courtesy Davante Adams catch in the end zone vs. Redskins

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers celebrates Packers TD just before halftime vs. Redskins

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers celebrates Packers TD just before halftime vs. Redskins

Packers vs. Redskins halftime

Packers vs. Redskins halftime

CLICK HERE for a first half recap via Packers.com.

As play got underway in the second half at FedEx Field, the Packers announced CB Quinten Rollins was out of the game with a quad injury. His return is questionable.

A Redskins touchdown came early in the second half -- with a three-yard QB draw by Cousins.

With the extra point, this was again a one-point game, with the Redskins leading the Packers 18-17.

QB draw by Cousins means TD for Washington early in second half vs. Packers

QB draw by Cousins means TD for Washington early in second half vs. Packers

The Redskins' scoring drive included nine plays for 73 yards in 5:19.

Packers WR Davante Adams was down on the field and being attended to. He was able to limp off the field under his own power, and it was announced that he has a knee injury. Packers officials said his return was questionable.

Davante Adams down on the field with a knee injury vs. Redskins

Davante Adams down on the field with a knee injury vs. Redskins

The Packers had fourth and one at the Washington 45 yard line, and opted to go for it.

Packers RB Eddie Lacy was able to get a first down at the Washington 34 yard line with an 11-yard run.

A subsequent Eddie Lacy run made it first-and-goal for the Packers.

Packers RB James Starks then ran the ball for four yards for a Packers TOUCHDOWN!

James Starks runs the ball in for a TD vs. the Redskins

James Starks runs the ball in for a TD vs. the Redskins

Green Bay took the lead back from the Redskins. With the extra point, the score was then 24-18 with 4:12 left in the third quarter.

The Packers scoring drive included 11 plays for 80 yards in 5:29.

The Packers defense was then able to get a three-and-out vs. the Redskins offense after that scoring drive.

The Green Bay Packers were in the lead vs. the Redskins as the fourth quarter began.

Packers vs. Redskins end of third quarter

Packers vs. Redskins end of third quarter

CLICK HERE for a third quarter recap via Packers.com.

A Packers TOUCHDOWN came early in the fourth quarter -- as Eddie Lacy was able to get the ball into the end zone from two yards out after a run by James Starks. The Packers would then go for two.

Aaron Rodgers found Jared Abbrederis in the end zone for the two-point conversion.

The Packers pushed their lead to 32-18.

Aaron Rodgers finds Jared Abbrederis in the end zone for Packers two-point conversion after TD

Aaron Rodgers finds Jared Abbrederis in the end zone for Packers two-point conversion after TD

Aaron Rodgers celebrates after TD, two-point conversion vs. Redskins

Aaron Rodgers celebrates after TD, two-point conversion vs. Redskins

Aaron Rodgers celebrates after TD, two-point conversion vs. Redskins

Aaron Rodgers celebrates after TD, two-point conversion vs. Redskins

The Packers scoring drive included 10 plays for 76 yards in 5:39.

A sack of Washington Redskins QB Kirk Cousins came courtesy of Clay Matthews and Nick Perry -- and it was then fourth and 19 for the Redskins, who would line up to punt the ball.

During the Packers' next possession, Aaron Rodgers found Jared Abbrederis on third down -- but it was short.

Packers punter Tim Masthay then took to the field to punt for the Packers.

Packers cornerback LaDarius Gunter was able to break up a pass on third down for the Redskins, and Washington opted to go for it at fourth and 10.

Packers LB Nick Perry was able to sack Redskins QB Kirk Cousins -- and the Packers would take over at the Washington 17 yard line.

A Mason Crosby 29-yard field goal made the score 35-18 with 4:39 left to play in this game.

Mason Crosby FG in fourth quarter vs. Redskins

Mason Crosby FG in fourth quarter vs. Redskins

Packers OL Mike NEal was able to sack Redskins QB Kirk Cousins on fourth down at the Packers got the ball back with 2:46 left in this game.

Aaron Rodgers celebrates lead over Redskins in fourth quarter

Aaron Rodgers celebrates lead over Redskins in fourth quarter

A play was reviewed with less than two minutes to play in this game. It was determined that Packers RB Eddie Lacy fumbled, and the Redskins recovered that fumble. It was Redskins ball with 1:45 to play.

Another sack of Redskins QB Kirk Cousins came late in this game, courtesy Mike Daniels and Nick Perry.

Packers vs. Redskins end of game

Packers vs. Redskins end of game

CLICK HERE for a Packers, Redskins RECAP via Packers.com.

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