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|The Green Bay Packers are back in the examination chair following their loss to the Redskins.|
|Andrew Quarless couldn't haul in this fourth-down pass.|
How should we judge the Packers' pass defense Sunday? They sacked Redskins quarterback Donovan McNabb five times in 54 dropbacks and forced 23 incompletions in 49 attempts. But McNabb also racked up 357 total yards and his lone interception came on a Hail Mary pass on the final play of regulation. According to ESPN Stats & Information, the Packers sent at least five pass-rushers on 40 percent of their defensive snaps. But in the second half, McNabb had a 141.4 passer rating in those situations. Obviously he was harassed throughout the game, but the Redskins made enough adjustments after halftime to survive.