In the Wild Card playoff edition of Behind Enemy Lines, Chris helps Amanda drum up some excitement for the Green Bay Packers road game against the Washington Redskins, but not much about the Packers’ end to the regular season can help that cause. They talk about being spoiled as fans, the “next man up” philosophy, and bemoan the current state of the injury report.
They then welcome in Michael Phillips from the Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch to talk about this Sunday’s tilt, including the Redskins’ impressive finish to the season, the emergence of Kirk Cousins and Jordan Reed, what the Washington defense can do to frustrate Aaron Rodgers, and what stability with Cousins and coach Jay Gruden has meant to the team this season.
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