Mason Crosby has extended the Packers lead to 10.
Aaron Rodgers earned three first downs on the Packers' first drive of the second half, but could not find the goal line. Reed Doughty broke up Rodgers' third down pass into the end zone just before Crosby notched his second field goal of the game.
On the Redskins' prior possession, Donovan McNabb was driving his team down the field to open up the second half. But the drive got bogged down at midfield, and a non-call on what should have been a clear pass interference penalty on Charles Woodson on third down killed the drive at the 50-yard line.