Green Bay has won six straight games following a 24-10 win over Washington on Sunday at Lambeau Field.
Offense: Aaron Rodgers
The offense wasn’t hitting on all cylinders, but Rodgers was still effective. He threw three more touchdowns, including one on a vintage effort to Davante Adams while on the run and throwing back across his body to hit his favorite target.
Since the season opener in which he did not throw a touchdown and threw two interceptions, Rodgers has 15 touchdowns and just one pick in Green Bay six-game winning streak.
Defense: Rashan Gary
The former first-round pick has been getting pressure much of the season, but the sacks were not there. They showed up Sunday, with Gary picking up two of the Packers four sacks on the day. He made one of the biggest plays of the game early in the second half, coming around tackle Charles Leno to strip quarterback Taylor Heinicke of the ball. Green Bay was able to recover and would score a touchdown a few plays later to take a 14-point lead and Washington would never get closer on the scoreboard the rest of the day.