Washington Redskins (3-1) 13, Green Bay Packers (1-3) 9
PRE-SEASON - Saturday August 27th 1977 (at Milwaukee)
(MILWAUKEE) - The Washington Redskins jumped off to an early 10-0 lead Saturday night and then held on to defeat the Green Bay Packers 13-9. The victory gave the Redskins a 3-1 exhibition mark. The Redskins' first score, a 50-yard field goal by Mark Moseley, was set up in the first quarter when Jake Scott recovered a fumble by Barty Smith on the Packer 45. Early in the second quarter, the Redskins added to their lead when 16-year veteran Billy Kilmer threw a 14-yard scoring pass to Larry Jones. That play, which came at the end of an 81-yard drive, gave the Redskins a lead.
WASHINGTON -  3  7  0  3 - 13
GREEN BAY  -  0  0  9  0 -  9
                      WASHINGTON     GREEN BAY
First downs                   14            12
Rush-yards                42-177         31-81
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT  10-24-97-1-1 12-26-100-1-1
Yards sacked                  87            41
Total Passing Yards           10            59
Total yards                  264           140
Fumbles-lost                 1-1           1-1
Turnovers                      2             2
Yards penalized            10-95          5-73
SCORING
1st - WASH - Mark Moseley, 50-yard field goal WASHINGTON 3-0
2nd - WASH - Larry Jones, 14-yd pass from Billy Kilmer (Moseley kick) WASHINGTON 10-0
3rd - GB - Marcol, 25-yard field goal WASHINGTON 10-3
3rd - GB - Green, 9-yard pass from Dickey (Kick failed) WASHINGTON 10-9
4th - WASH - Moseley, 22-yard field goal WASHINGTON 13-9
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Nate Simpson 7-38, Barty Smith 8-32, Terdell Middleton 3-10, Jim Culbreath 3-10, Willard Harrrell 5-(-3), John Brockington 5-(-6)
WASHINGTON - Bob Brunet 13-53, Clarence Harmon 14-53, John Riggins 9-37, Joe Theismann 1-22, Eddie Moss 4-10, Larry Jones 1-10
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Lynn Dickey 22-9-91 1 TD 1 INT, Randy Johnson 4-3-9
WASHINGTON - Joe Theismann 11-4-49 1 TD, Billy Kilmer 8-5-38 1 TD, Brian Dowling 5-1-10
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - Nate Simpson 3-9, Ollie Smith 2-34, Rich McGeorge 2-21, Jessie Green 2-19 1 TD, Jim Culbreath 1-19, Willard Harrell 1-3, Ken Payne 1-(-5)
WASHINGTON - Larry Jones 3-43 1 TD, Clarence Harmon 2-16, John Riggins 2-3, Danny Buggs 1-18, Jerry Smith 1-12, Bob Brunet 1-5