The Washington Redskins Got Beat by the Green Bay Packers, Presented By BDO

As you know, BDO serves as the official accounting firm of asshole of the century Dan Snyder's football team.

Now, you might ask yourself, what would the exclusive provider of professional services of an asshole's professional football team actually do? Excellent question! The answer is: Stats-Pack presented by BDO.

What is that exactly? 

A list of notes and stats from the Washington Redskins' 38-20 defeat vs. the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field, presented by BDO by the Numbers, as compiled by Redskins Public Relations.

Since this is compilation it's important to remember that BDO has not performed any audit or review procedures on these stats and, therefore, does not express an opinion or provide any assurance about whether these stats are accurate in all material respects. It's also important to remember that the preparation and fair representation of these stats are the responsibility of the Washington Redskins and their asshole owner Dan Snyder.

Regardless of technicalities, the Redskins did get their ass kicked in all material respects.

[Redskins.com]

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