Baltimore Colts 17, Green Bay Packers (0-2-1) 3
PRE-SEASON - Saturday August 16th 1980 (at Milwaukee)
(MILWAUKEE) - Prized running back Joe Washington, playing only the first half, scored once and set up a second touchdown to lead the Baltimore Colts over the Packers. It was all Baltimore in the rainy 31st annual Midwest Shrine game. The Colts picked up twice as many yards as Green Bay, most of it on the ground, 271 to 113. Washington, who led the Colts in running and pass-catching last season, scooted 18 yards for the first score in the opening two minutes after the Colts had recovered a fumble by Mike McCoy on the kickoff at the Packer 29. 
BALTIMORE -  7  7  0  3 - 17
GREEN BAY -  3  0  0  0 -  3
                       BALTIMORE     GREEN BAY
First downs                   21             9
Rush-yards                52-233         22-44
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT  10-18-75-0-1  9-25-103-0-0
Yards sacked                  17            32
Total Passing Yards           58            71
Total yards                  291           115
Fumbles-lost                 1-1           3-2
Turnovers                      2             2
Yards penalized             7-45          8-70
SCORING
1st - BALT - Joe Washington, 18-yard run (Randy Bielski kick) BALTIMORE 7-0
1st - GB - Marcol, 30-yard field goal BALTIMORE 7-3
2nd - BALT - Cleveland Franklin, 1-yard run (Bielski kick) BALTIMORE 14-3
4th - BALT - Steve Mike Mayer, 39-yard field goal BALTIMORE 17-3
​RUSHING
GREEN BAY - Terdell Middleton 4-20, Bill Troup 3-10, Vickey Ray Anderson 4-6, Eddie Lee Ivery 2-5, Walt Landers 1-3, Harlan Huckleby 2-1, Randy Dean 1-0, Steve Atkins 5-(-1)
BALTIMORE - Joe Washington 11-73 1 TD, Curtis Dickey 18-72, Bailey 5-25, Cleveland Franklin 7-24 1 TD, Marvin Sims 4-17, Don McCauley 4-15, Ben Garry 1-6, Greg Landry 2-1
PASSING
GREEN BAY - Bill Troup 12-6-66, Randy Dean 13-3-37
BALTIMORE - Bert Jones 10-5-48 1 INT, Greg Landry 8-5-27
RECEIVING
GREEN BAY - James Lofton 2-31, Eddie Lee Ivery 2-13, Ron Cassidy 1-16, Fred Nixon 1-16, Walter Tullis 1-14, Walt Landers 1-7, Terdell Middleton 1-6
BALTIMORE - Curtis Dickey 3-14, Ray Butler 2-16, Ben Garry 1-19, Joe Washington 1-12, Don McCauley 1-7, Brian DeRoo 1-4, Reese McCall 1-3