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For the second week in a row, a Packers' defense depleted by injuries turned in a turnover-driven performance to tame another potentially dangerous offense. This time it was the Washington Redskins led by offensive-minded head coach Steve Spurrier, and the result was a 30-9 victory for the Packers headed into the bye week.<p>

Redskins' rookie quarterback Patrick Ramsey fumbled six times in the game while the Redskins lost four fumbles as a team and failed to reach the end zone, leaving Spurrier with a long, frustrated look on his face for much of the game. "With Spurrier's offense, we were kind of expecting that he has all kinds of tricks up his sleeve," said safety Marques Anderson. "I think our defense... Recommended Stories

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