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Packers' defensive futility summed up in one play

The Green Bay Packers have allowed 138 points in the last four games. Not surprisingly, they've lost every one of those contests and now teeter on the brink of irrelevance before Thanksgiving.

If you were looking for a symbol of the Packers' defensive futility right now, let's go ahead and nominate Kyler Fackrell. The rookie linebacker was late getting on the field for a first-and-goal play on Washington's final scoring drive Sunday night and early to the turf thanks to the strong-armed tactics of Redskins right tackle Moses Morgan.

If you need to find Fackrell today, he'll be the guy slumped in the corner during film review with the hoodie pulled over his head.

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