Washington Redskins vs. Green Bay Packers Preview / Win Adam Carriker’s Autograph

Washington Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker and Chuck Carroll preview the Week 2 game between the Redskins and the hosting Green Bay Packers.

The pair give the four 4th & Pain Keys to the Game:

Stop turning over the ball: Alfred Morris needs to get it together. Two uncharacteristic fumbles against the Philadelphia Eagles proved costly. So did a pair of RGIII interceptions.

RGIII needs to be RGIII: It’s time for RGIII to get out of his head and play football the way he knows how. He showed flashes of that during the Redskins rally on Monday, but needs to keep it up.

Stop the run: Carriker says the Packers need to be a one-dimensional team even though Aaron Rodgers is an elite quarterback.

Quarterback pressure: With the run stopped, the Redskins need to get into the backfield and put the Packers quarterback on his rear end.

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4th & Pain Week in Review

Monday: WWE vs. TNA: 5 Reasons Why One Is Better Than The Other

Tuesday: Not All Bad for Redskins Despite Loss / Carriker’s Pumping Iron Tip

Wednesday: Is Hulk Hogan Doing TNA More Harm Than Good?

Thursday: NFL Week 2 Picks and Adam Carriker Goes Big Time!

About 4th & Pain

Washington Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker teams with radio veteran Chuck Carroll to host 4th & Pain — the only football and pro wrestling show hosted by a NFL player and a former wrestling announcer turned weight loss champion.

The show is heard weekends on 106.7 The FAN in Washington, D.C. as well as online each weekday at 1 p.m. ET on 4thAndPain.com as well as the Layfield Report.

Check out the 4th & Pain pro wrestler interviews archive with Goldberg, Ryback, Jeff Hardy, Titus O’Neil, Miz, Kofi Kingston and more.